Author Archive for: ‘Tanya Rice’

Four Legless Lizard Species Discovered in California

They look like snakes, but they are actually a new species of lizards discovered in California. Until now, California boasted the only known legless lizard species in the United States, but now four new species have been unearthed. It is very hard to for the everyday individual to differentiate these lizards from snakes but unlike snakes, many legless lizards have …

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Pippa Middleton Engagement: False Alarm

While she might not be the Duchess of Cambridge, Pippa Middleton is still a “hot topic”. Unfortunately, rumors that she and boyfriend Nico Jackson are engaged have turned out to be false. The two have been dating for six months and reports surfaced that Jackson had proposed in June but that the couple kept it quiet because they didn’t want …

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Lamar Odom “Not Missing” According to Agent

Lamar Odom, the 6’10 veteran forward of the NBA and husband to Khloe Kardashian, was rumored to be missing for over 72 hours on Sunday. The main cause of concern for his family and friends was suspected drug use. Over the past two years Odom’s drug addiction has only escalated. Last year he entered a rehab facility in San Diego …

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222 Golden Retrievers: New Record at Guisachan Gathering

Pictured at Guisachan House in Tomich, Invernessshire, was a record breaking number for the Highland gathering of the gentle canines. The festival was to celebrate the breed and its history but there was fun to be had. The festival included talent contests, tug of war and hurling competitions. The Guisachan Gathering started in 2006 when a very large group of …

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Mystery Angel Priest Finally Revealed

Until today, the identity of the “mysterious” priest on the scene of a threatening car accident in Missouri was unknown. Father Patrick Dowling of the Diocese of Jefferson City, prayed with Katie Lentz who was pinned between the steering wheel and the seat of her vehicle. Dowling, who has been a priest since 1982, commented on the National Catholic Register …

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Baby Monitor Hacked in Toddler’s Room

Baby monitors are used by parents to do exactly as their name suggests, monitor the baby. We don’t imagine that we are possibly inviting strangers into the safety and security of our homes. Imagine putting your toddler to bed, and using a baby monitor to ensure her safety, only to hear profanities being screamed at her through her monitor while …

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Sliders are Targeting Women at Gas Stations

“Sliders” the latest name given to low life thieves. Sliders have become a big problem nationwide. Incidents have been reported across the country in cities including Houston, Miami, Memphis and Washington DC. The definition of a slider, according to law enforcement, is a thief that drives up next to a car at the gas pump, slides over to the car …

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Captain Kangaroo Character Dies at 86

Captain Kangaroo may not be a name recognizable to many, but for those familiar with children’s television show, the Captain and his cast of characters were beloved by children all over the United States. Two of these beloved characters were Grandfather Clock and Dancing Bear. The actor who lent his voice to these characters was Cosmo Allegretti. Allegretti was first …

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Fire Shuts Down San Fransisco Bay Bridge

San Francisco, California, firefighters were on scene when a tractor trailer truck caught fire on Interstate 80 and tied up traffic on the West Bay Bridge for over 2 hours this morning. “The truck driver pulled to the side of the road with a flat tire at 5:45 a.m. and realized that his engine was on fire,” said California Highway …

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Sally Struthers Trial Date Set For DUI

Shortly after midnight on September 12, 2012, Sally Struthers was charged with operating a vehicle under the influence. The actress was stopped in the downtown square of Ogunquit, Main, where she was performing in “9 to 5”. Sally Struthers, a two time Emmy winner, is most recognized as Gloria from the 1970’s long running series, “All in the Family” The …

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Warrensburn Murder Suspect Set Free

“Foreign student arrested for murder without sufficient evidence”. This is the headline you would expect to see or hear about another country or nation but not from the United States and not in 2013. Ziyad Abid, a twenty-four year old Saudi National, was arrested and charged with murder. At the time of the murder, Abid was attending college in Warrensburg …

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FDA Gluten: Releasing New Guidelines

After years of investigation, the FDA released new regulations on the labeling of gluten free foods aimed at assisting consumers with Celiac disease on Friday. Celiac is an inherited autoimmune disease in which proper diet is crucial. According to the FDA over 3 million Americans are affected by Celiac disease. Gluten directly affects the health of the Celiac patient. It …

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