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Owen Weldon

Digital Journalist based in massachusetts, United States. Joined on Jan 23, 2007
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UFC 192: Daniel Cormier defeats Alexander Gustafsson

UFC 192 took place on Satuday night, and the main event was Daniel Cormier defending the light heavyweight title against Alexander Gustafsson.

Robot Taxi planning self-driving car service by 2020

There is a new challenger in the self-driving industry, and it is Robot Taxi. The company has some major plans that could shake up the industry.

Drug lord with 45 arrest warrants killed in Colombia

Victor Navarro, alias Megateo, has long dominated the region of Catatumbo, but the drug lord ended up being killed by Colombian troops.

Scientists look at panda poo for biofuel clues

Researchers in Belgium are looking at excrement of giant pandas in hopes to find clues on how to develop new generations of biofuel.

Digicel wants Google to pay up or it will block its ads

A mobile carrier in Jamaica wants Google, Facebook and Yahoo to pay money or they will block their ads from being shown to its customers.

Teamsters' members charged with reality TV show extortion bid

Boston - On Wednesday, four members of the Teamsters union were arrested and charged with trying to extort a company filming a reality TV show in Boston last year. The company was not part of the union.

Noise in woman's ear was caused by a spider weaving a web

Xiamen - A woman ended up seeking out medical attention for noises that only she could hear. When doctors examined her, they found a live spider in her ear canal.

Gene-edited micropigs are going to be sold as pets

Shenzhen - Cutting-edge gene-editing techniques have products a byproduct, micropigs that a Chinese genomics institute will sell as pets.

Taxman thinks woman is having affair with the post office

Glasgow - A single mother in Scotland has had her benefits stopped because the taxman thinks she's in a relationship with the post office.

Following recent attacks, Australia wants to track sharks

Sydney - Shark experts have gathered in Australia to discuss new technologies that could help prevent shark attacks on swimmers. This follows a spate of recent shark attacks along the coast of Australia.

UFC fighter Jon Jones avoids jail time by pleading guilty

Albuquerque - On Tuesday, Ex-UFC Light Heavyweight champion Jon 'Bones' Jones pleaded guilty to a felony charge of leaving the scene of an accident.

Ralph Lauren steps down as CEO of fashion empire he founded

On Tuesday, Ralph Lauren stepped down as the CEO of the fashion empire he founded. He will be replaced by Stefan Larsson, the former global president of Old Navy.

Why Oregon is expunging pot records

Oregon is expunging marijuana violations from its citizens' records. Expungement clinics are being run by Portland's Metropolitan Public Defender’s office.

Passengers stop train and walk along tracks

Bristol - Authorities in Bristol are trying to identify train riders who decided to leave a crowded train and walk along the tracks.

George Zimmerman retweets photo of Trayvon Martin

George Zimmerman retweeted an image of Trayvon Martin's dead body. Martin was fatally shot by Zimmerman in 2012, but Zimmerman was acquitted of murder charges.

Woman rides sea turtle, gets arrested after photo goes viral

Melbourne - In July, photographs of two women sitting on sea turtles surfaced and went viral. One of the women was recently arrested.

Online challenge sees teens snorting coke on camera

A new trend has emerged online, and it imitates the Ice Bucket Challenge. However, this challenge is dangerous and apparently it involves cocaine.

Taco Bell fires employee after being caught with hand down pants

Sandusky - Taco Bell sacked an employee after a photo of them went viral on social media. The employee was shown with his hand down the back of his pants.

Tarantula causes Delta flight to be delayed for three hours

Baltimore - Recently, a handler's tarantula escaped from its carrier, and this resulted in a Delta Air Lines flight delayed for three hours.

Teen develops hepatitis after drinking too much green tea

A teenage girl from Britain attempted to lose weight by drinking green teen. However, she drank too much of it and she ended up developing acute hepatitis.
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