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Garbage truck collects couple sleeping in dumpster

Spokane - Dumpster diving for a discarded lamp or chair is one thing, but sleeping in a dumpster with your dog can be downright dangerous, a Spokane couple learned Tuesday morning.
In the Media by Larry Clifton - 4 comments

Op-Ed: Gambling sites should be taxed says Bahamian pastor

A Methodist pastor in the Bahamas, Rev. Dr. J. Emmett Weir, is urging the government to tax and regulate "web shops" within the Bahamas in an attempt to increase revenue.
In the Media by Jeffrey Nelson

Op-Ed: Hiroo Onoda — The last Samurai

Tokyo - The Second World War was and will remain one of the darkest periods of our history, but it produced some astounding heroes; one of the last of whom died yesterday.
In the Media by Alexander Baron

'Tobacco Body' website shows graphically awful results of smoking

A new website from Finland is a reminder to us all of what smoking can do to our bodies and our health. Created by the Cancer Society of Finland, it gives the viewer both visuals and text on how each part of the body is affected by smoking.
In the Media by Marcus Hondro - 3 comments

Op-Ed: Obama again demonstrates his peacemaking expertise

Geneva - Twice in one year, as the winds of war blew, President Obama has avoided conflict. Some would say he has earned the Nobel Peace Prize awarded to him in 2009.
In the Media by Robert Weller - 6 comments

Scuba divers pitted against lionfish in a eco-gladiator battle

Gladiators had lions to contend with during the “blood sport” games in Ancient Rome. And when you think scuba divers, a sort of modern-day gladiator, you probably think of them contending with sharks, the “Jaws” that rule the ocean waters.
In the Media by W. Mark Dendy - 1 comment

Costa Concordia shipwreck to be rotated and raised up Monday

The tragedy of the Costa Concordia, the Italian cruise ship that listed over on Jan. 13 of 2012, is finally set to begin it's final chapter. The 114,000 ton ship, 300 metres off of the island of Giglio, will be rotated and sat upright on Monday.
In the Media by Marcus Hondro - 5 comments

Health watchdog charges dementia patient's face bitten by mice

A group in the Canadian province of Alberta is claiming that the wounds on a dementia patient's face at a care home in Lethbridge, Alta. are a result of being bitten by mice. The owners of the St. Therese Villa claim the wounds are from a virus.
In the Media by Marcus Hondro

Nudism numbers in America drop, younger nudists going it alone

A spokesman for the American Assoc. for Nude Recreation, Tom Mulhall, told media last week the AANR's numbers are shrinking. The association once had 50,000 plus but in recent years have dropped to 35,000.
In the Media by Marcus Hondro - 3 comments

Python escapes Canadian pet store, strangles two young boys

A python escaped a New Brunswick, Canada, pet store and killed two boys in the night, strangling them. The brothers were on a sleepover in an apartment above the store and the snake got up to them through the ventilation, the RCMP said.
In the Media by Marcus Hondro - 7 comments

Kate Middleton heads to delivery room via helicopter

London - The Internet buzzing as Kate Middleton reportedly heads to the hospital for the delivery of the newest addition to the Royal Family.
In the Media by Micki Hogan

Bowen Island artists community launches book of prose, poetry Special

Vancouver - With some 3200 people Bowen Island, on the Canadian west coast and a 20-minute ferry ride from West Vancouver, is hardly a major metropolis. But it is a major player in the arts and many artists have sought the connection to nature it affords.
Digital Journal Report by Marcus Hondro - 1 comment

Danish driver Allan Simonsen killed at 24hrs of Le Mans road race

Tragedy struck the 24 hrs. Le Mans road race on Saturday as Danish driver Allan Simonsen has become the first fatality at the famous race since 1997. The veteran, and successful driver, crashed but 10 minutes after the start.
In the Media by Marcus Hondro - 2 comments

Newly planned dolphin-swim facility in Bahamas vehemently opposed

Nassau - Forty-five non-governmental organizations (NGOs) are opposing a proposed marine mammal facility at Blackbeards Cay in the Bahamas. One group says the planned facility was never made public, nor was public consultation ever invited.
In the Media by Elizabeth Batt - 1 comment

U.K. woman says she's too good looking to work, lives off parents

We can't show you a picture of Laura Fernee because we do not have one and nor do we have permission to use existing photos of her. So we will link you to one. But let us begin by saying she is a good looking, dark-and-wavy-haired woman.
In the Media by Marcus Hondro - 9 comments

Op-Ed: Facing the fear of flight Special

Digital Journalist Micki Hogan takes to the air as she faces her fears and lives a life-long dream of flying while sitting front seat in a helicopter.
Digital Journal Report by Micki Hogan - 5 comments

UPDATE Boston area remains locked down

Boston - UPDATE Boston and surrounding areas remain in lock down after one bombing suspect has been killed, the other still at large. One suspect was in custody while being transported to a hospital but later died from multiple gunshot wounds.
In the Media by Micki Hogan

Review: OZ, the movie, is great and powerful but what's with that makeup?

Oz The Great and Powerful has taken over box offices around the globe by storm. But after the transformations am I the only one thinking what's with Mila Kunis's makeup?
In the Media by Micki Hogan - 2 comments

Op-Ed: Captive cetacean attacks — How common are they?

Much has been made in the media over the eight-year-old girl recently bitten by a dolphin participating in a feeding program at SeaWorld. But how common are cetacean attacks committed by mammals kept in captivity?
In the Media by Elizabeth Batt - 2 comments

Hurricane Sandy's Caribbean trip — devastation in Haiti and Cuba

As the world concentrates on the latest devastation in the US, Sandy has already done some serious damage to other countries, including Haiti and Cuba. Sandy took the lives of 54 people in Haiti and 11 in Cuba.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 5 comments
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