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Author Archive for: ‘Sarah Parrott’

Batman Mask And Violent Drawing Found in Colorado Shooter’s Apartment

Many of the readers here at WebProNews have memories of the awful tragedy that took place in Aurora, Colorado in July of last year. During a midnight viewing of Christopher Nolan’s “Batman: The Dark Knight Rises,” a young man named James Holmes, aged twenty four, burst into the feature, about thirty minutes in, and commenced with a fifteen-minute-long reign of …

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Idaho Hiker Body Found In National Park

Dr. Jo Elliott-Blakeslee, aged 63, went hiking with her friend, Amelia Linkert, about a month ago in Idaho’s national Craters of The Moon park. The two were last seen on September 19th, in a campground on the park’s grounds. The two were declared missing on September 24th, and a hunt began to find them. Linkert was found a few days …

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Dmitry Medvedev Visits China, Strikes Oil Agreement

Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has been on an official trip to China since tuesday, when he arrived in Beijing after an official invite from the Chinese Premier, Li Keqiang. On the table for Medvedev’s visit are such activites as visiting the Anhui province of China, an online chat with some Chinese “netizens” on the popular news website, Xinhuanet.com, and …

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Pauly D From Jersey Shore Is A Father

Anyone familiar with reality television in the last few years is sure to have at least heard of The Jersey Shore, a reality show that followed the lives of some friends from… well, the Jersey shoreline. The show was infamous for the insanity, debauchery, and general kookiness that the group of friends managed to get themselves into. The show ended …

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Jerky Treats Recall Leaves 600 Pets Dead

Dogs and their owners have been in for a shock for about a year, now, on account of a terrifying string of deaths, illnesses, and injuries relating to the recall of three major brand’s jerky treats for dogs. Though the treats suspected of causing the harm to pets span across multiple brands, they hold one thing in common; all were …

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Mirrorless Cameras By Sony Have Full-Frame Sensors

Being on a college campus three days out of the week gives this writer plenty of opportunity to witness photographers in action, and has even given her the chance to speak with a few. For a long while, DSLR cameras have been the bread and butter of almost any photographer worth their salt, and while the pictures captured by these …

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Laos Plane Crash Kills All Passengers On Board

Tragedy hit Laos airlines and numerous families today as a flight from Vientiane to the southern town of Pakse crashed, killing all the passengers and employees aboard the airplane. There were 44 confirmed deaths, according to the Thai foreign ministry. According to various reports from many foreign ministries and representatives, among those killed were five Thai people, three South Korean …

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Qatar Teacher Arrests: British Teacher Killed, Suspects Brought Into Custody

Lauren Patterson was a 24-year-old primary school teacher from the UK, who was teaching in the Gulf state of Qatar. The young woman was last seen in the early morning hours on October 12th, after she had been out on the town, hanging out in a five star hotel’s nightclub, where she was seen in the company of two unidentified …

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Dry Ice Bombs Found In Restricted Areas In LAX

The LAX airport in Los Angeles was wracked from Sunday on by a series of dry ice bombs, which were placed in restricted areas throughout the airport. There were four bombs total, two of which eventually exploded. No injuries have been reported, and the airport claimed that most airport activities have continued relatively normally throughout the investigation. The first bomb …

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Moscow Riot Ensues After Stabbing of Ethnic Russian Man

Yegor Shcherbakov was an ethnic Russian man who was returning to his home in Moscow on Sunday night who, after a dispute with a North Caucasus man over Shcherbakov’s girlfriend, was stabbed to death. Shcherbakov’s death sparked a race-related riot, with hundreds of protesters invading Biryulyovo, a working-class area of southern Moscow, targeting a fruit warehouse where the suspected killer …

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Flipboard Is Gaining Popularity, And For Good Reason

Staying on top of the news can be hard, and it can be even harder to keep track of news and stories that one is genuinely interested in. Topics of interest often get lost and muddled beneath the weight of news, gossip, and social media feeds that are of little to no interest to the user. Flipboard aims to change …

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Google Drive Slides Make Presentations Easy

Many people probably find themselves frustrated by the recent struggle with PowerPoint and other Office programs, which now require a paid subscription for services that were once free and included on most computers. Students, like this writer, find particular stress and anxiety associated with this issue; nothing is quite so stressful and infuriating as tying to open a PowerPoint presentation …

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