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Pooh Bear Unchained: Nashville Volunteers Build Fences for Tethered Dogs

Pooh Bear Unchained: Nashville Volunteers Build Fences for Tethered Dogs

Every dog, as the saying goes, has its day. Pooh Bear is no exception. Pooh Bear, a corgi-shepherd mix, is no longer restricted by the nefarious tether apparatuses that have…

Newtown to Install Bicycle Safety Signs Along Local Roads

Newtown to Install Bicycle Safety Signs Along Local Roads

In 2008, the state of Connecticut issued a law requiring all motorists to provide at least three feet of separation space when passing another motorist or cyclist. However, few drivers…

Shooting of Darrien Hunt Not Racially Motivated, According to Attorney

Shooting of Darrien Hunt Not Racially Motivated, According to Attorney

Family members of a 22-year-old Utah man have sued over what they and their lawyer call an unconstitutional shooting death by police officers. On Sept. 10, Darrien Hunt was walking…

Rick Springfield Wins Court Case Against Fan Who Claims She was Injured by his Butt

Rick Springfield Wins Court Case Against Fan Who Claims She was Injured by his Butt

A bizarre personal injury case against rocker Rick Springfield’s butt finally came to an end last month after almost a decade. Former fan Vicky Calcagno filed a case against Springfield…

Winter Storms Trigger Warnings Over Risks of Shoveling Snow

Winter Storms Trigger Warnings Over Risks of Shoveling Snow

A chain of winter storms sweeping through the Midwest and Northeast in late January and early February triggered a host of warnings from healthcare providers and public officials regarding the…

FAA Fines United Airlines $1.3 M for 120 Safety Violations, Cites the Transportation of Hazardous Goods

FAA Fines United Airlines $1.3 M for 120 Safety Violations, Cites the Transportation of Hazardous Goods

According to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), domestic airline United Airlines is facing a $1.3 million penalty for violating FAA rules about shipping hazardous material. The FAA claims that safety inspectors…

Snapchat Discover Ushers in New Era of SEO Content

Snapchat Discover Ushers in New Era of SEO Content

On January 27th, social media app Snapchat released a new feature called “Discover,” which delivers short, snap-like news stories to users directly on the app. Large media outlets like CNN,…

Design and Construction Week Reveals New Home Design Trends and Statistics

Design and Construction Week Reveals New Home Design Trends and Statistics

Every year, people across the United States eagerly seek out the latest in new home designs and decorating ideas, hoping for inspiration or simple enjoyment. When it comes to finding…

Oldest Pearl Harbor Survivor Passes Away, Will be Interred in USS Arizona

Oldest Pearl Harbor Survivor Passes Away, Will be Interred in USS Arizona

On Dec. 7, 1941, Japanese aircraft attacked Pearl Harbor in Oahu. The USS Arizona exploded and sank to the bottom of the harbor, bringing the ship’s 1,177 crewmen with it.…

Man Arrested on Suspicion of DUI During High School Girls’ Hockey Game While Driving Zamboni

Man Arrested on Suspicion of DUI During High School Girls’ Hockey Game While Driving Zamboni

Spectators at a Fargo, ND high school girls’ hockey game last week probably expected to see body checks, goals, and even maybe a couple of tumbles on the ice, but…

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