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    Altoona, PA (May 6, 2019) — Today Sheetz, one of America’s fastest growing family-owned and operated convenience store chains for over 65 years, in partnership….

  • Indiana police warn public after 2 people injured in ‘goose attack’

    FISHERS, Ind. – Police are warning residents of an Indiana city to give geese space after two people suffered minor injuries in a “goose attack.” Fishers police said the incident happened Tuesday afternoon in the parking lot of the city’s Walmart. April is in the midst of nesting season for Canada geese, which are common throughout central Indiana. During this time, from March through June, the geese are particularly aggressive, according to the Indiana Department of Natural Resources. Police say it’s best […]

  • USA Special Olympics basketball player nails 80-foot buzzer-beater at World Games

    This is a new opening paragraph. ABU DHABI – Team USA made a big splash at the Special Olympics World Games Tuesday. The American basketball team ended its win over Canada with a three-quarter heave at the buzzer. Half court buzzer beater to end the game by @specialolyUSA's Matt Millett! #SCTop10 #SCTop10 #SCTop10 #SCTop10 #SCTop10 #SCTop10 #SCTop10 #SCTop10 #SCTop10 #SCTop10 #SCTop10 #SCTop10 #SCTop10 #SCTop10 #SCTop10 #SCTop10 #SCTop10 #SCTop10 #SCTop10 #SCTop10 #SCTop10 pic.twitter.com/h3MQJJJsAQ — Special Olympics (@SpecialOlympics) March 19, 2019 40-year-old […]

  • Tribune Broadcasting, Charter Communications reach deal to restore programming

    CHICAGO — Tribune Broadcasting and Charter Communications reached a deal early Friday morning, restoring programming to millions of Spectrum subscribers. The contract between Tribune Broadcasting and Spectrum had expired on Jan 2, in a dispute over “retransmission fees” — a fee providers (cable, satellite, etc.) pay to television broadcasters to include channels in their broadcast lineup. The agreement reached on Friday restores the signal of 24 of Tribune Broadcasting’s local television stations and carriage of the company’s cable entertainment network, […]

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  • Testing live blog

    It’s election day across the nation. VIEW LIVE RESULTS HERE. Both candidates vying to become California’s next governor — Republican candidate John Cox and Democratic candidate and Lt. Governor Gavin Newsom —  made their final appeals Monday afternoon. In addition to choosing California’s next governor,  voters also got to decide on 11 initiatives (a 12th proposition, which would have asked Californians whether or not they want to split the state into three, was blocked by the California Supreme Court in July). For information on […]

  • Ticket sold in South Carolina wins record $1.6 billion Mega Millions jackpot

    The Mega Millions winning numbers are out and a single lucky ticket holder in South Carolina can claim the largest jackpot ever offered — an estimated $1.6 billion with a one-time cash option of $913 million. The magic numbers drawn Tuesday night were 5, 28, 62, 65, 70, and the Mega Ball was 5. Mega Millions announced the historic win in a statement early Wednesday. “The moment we’ve been waiting for finally arrived, and we couldn’t be more excited,” said […]

  • Could this beer thief look more like Ross from ‘Friends’?

    BLACKPOOL, England – When the Blackpool Police posted a surveillance picture of a man wanted for stealing beer from a restaurant, people immediately thought of Ross from ‘Friends’. In less than 24-hours, the post by the English police department had more than 97,000 comments. Most made references to the iconic sitcom that starred David Schwimmer as “Ross.” “I don’t think it’s been this guy’s day, his week, his month or even his year,” one man wrote — making reference to the […]

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