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Mom Missing 11 Years Jailed In Florida

Mom Missing 11 Years Jailed

A Pennsylvania mom missing 11 years, has been jailed in Florida. Brenda Heist, age 53, recently emerged from hiding after her disappearance in 2002. Her husband and daughters thought she was dead. Heist was arrested, and is currently being held in the Santa Rosa County jail without bond. She is accused of violating a probation… Read more »

National Aquarium Closing In September

National Aquarium Closing

The National Aquarium closing has been announced for September 30 in Washington, D. C. The US Commerce Department headquarters, which houses the aquarium, is in the process of renovations, which will include the removal of the first floor aquarium. The Herbert C. Hoover Building was constructed in the 1930s. The US Commerce Department and the… Read more »

Bangladesh Survivor Pulled From Rubble After 17 Days

bangladesh survivor

Miraculously in Bangladesh, a survivor of the fire that killed more than 1,000 people in Dhaka has been pulled from the rubble largely unharmed. While rescuers have long assumed no more living people were in the rubble, the Bangladesh survivor was found amid the debris from the eight story building collapse 17 days ago. The… Read more »

Prince Harry Joins Michelle Obama For Mother’s Day Tea [Video]

The prince made a surprise visit to the White House on his U.S. Tour.

Michelle Obama had a surprise visit from a British royal on Thursday as Prince Harry made an appearance at the first lady’s Mother’s Day Tea event. Michelle Obama hosted the event with Jill Biden, the wife of Vice President Joe Biden. The event was held in the State Dining Room in the White House as… Read more »

Chicken-Killing Art By Student Gets Teacher Fired

chicken-killing art

A chicken-killing art performance piece has resulted in an announcement this week from the Alberta College of Art and Design that they have fired the student’s instructor Gordon Ferguson. Veteran art instructor Ferguson, who has taught in the ACAD’s sculpture department for 32 years, has confirmed the firing and said that he has retained legal… Read more »

Wrigley Pulls Gum Containing Caffeine

Wrigley Pulls Gum Containing Caffeine

Wrigley has pulled gum containing caffeine from store shelves following pressure from the FDA. Alert Energy Caffeine Gum is included in a broad FDA investigation into the safety of products infused with caffeine. Casey Keller, president of Wrigley, made the decision to discontinue sales and marketing of the caffeine gum product after meeting with the… Read more »

AT&T No Contract Service Launched

AT&T Launches No Contract Plan

AT&T’s no contract service has launched, offering wireless customers data, talk, and text without the constraints of a lengthy contract. The service, called Aio Wireless, is a subsidiary of AT&T. Aio wireless is currently offering no contract plans in Tampa, Houston, and Orlando. AT&T plans to expand the offer to more states throughout the year…. Read more »

Suspect Attacked By Alligator While Running From Police In Florida

Florida Alligator Attack

St. Petersburg, FL – A suspect was recently attacked by an alligator while on the run from police. Authorities explained that 20-year-old Bryan Zuniga received multiple injuries when he was attacked by an alligator during a pursuit on Thursday morning. The man reportedly ran from deputies after he was pulled over for failing to signal… Read more »