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Northern Lights (Aurora Borealis) from Around the US & Canada
Northern Lights (Aurora Borealis) from Around the US & Canada
The Northern Lights -- also know as, aurora borealis -- made a rare appearance last night (October 24th,) reaching as far south as Georgia. The reason the lights made their appearance so far south was due to the solar wind that reached much farther south than usual. There were reported sightings coming in from Kentucky, Georgia, Indiana, Oklahoma, Mississippi, Arkansas as well as other places. Che
‘Mass Casualty’ Air Race Crash in Reno, Nevada
‘Mass Casualty’ Air Race Crash in Reno, Nevada
A World War II fighter plane crashed at a popular Air Race in Reno, Nevada, reports the Chicago Tribune -- injuring more than 75 people and at least three were killed. The plane crashed into the stands at the National Championship Air Races at about 4:30 p.m. According to the Chicago Tribune; the plane involved in the crash was Galloping Ghost, No. 177, flown by Jimmy Leeward, a real estate develo
Reebok’s Custom Made 9/11 Cleats and Gloves Could Cost NFL Players
Reebok’s Custom Made 9/11 Cleats and Gloves Could Cost NFL Players
According to Yahoo! Sports, Reebok made NFL players custom gloves and shoes to be worn on the 10th anniversary of 9/11, but this could be a fineable offense by the NFL if players choose to wear the gear. The NFL once fined Peyton Manning when he chose to break the NFL's strict uniform code -- if they adhere to this strict code, there could be multiple fines in the league.
9/11 Ten Year Anniversary – Where We Were
9/11 Ten Year Anniversary – Where We Were
This year is the 10th anniversary of the attacks on the United States and the World Trade center, the staff of WFNT and Townsquare Media Flint got together to share where they were and what they were doing during this tragedy. The Townsquare Media Flint as a whole is a close knit group of family and friends — we came together as a company to share our personal experiences on the day of September 1
Man Jailed For Mailing Tarantulas
Man Jailed For Mailing Tarantulas
Snail mail isn't for everyone. According to The Los Angeles Times, a German man has been sentenced to six months in prison after he pleaded guilty to shipping nearly 250 tarantulas by mail to the United States. A federal prosecutor said 37-year-old Sven Koppler, who must also pay a $4,000 fine, is one of the "largest illegal importers of tarantulas."

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