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Owen Weldon

Digital Journalist based in massachusetts, United States. Joined on Jan 23, 2007
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Campbell Soup recalls over 4,000 pounds of mislabeled soup

Campbell Soup has issued a recall of one of their soup products due to mislabeling. They are recalling nearly 4,185 pounds of soup.

Man arrested after setting stranger on fire at Denny's

Happy Valley - Police in Oregon arrested a man they say walked in Denny's, poured gasoline on a 69-year-old stranger and then lit him on fire.

Women brawl over parking space, fight ends with double stabbing

Detroit - Police in Detroit are looking over Facebook videos that show a fight between two women that ended with a double stabbing.

78 arrested in human trafficking probe in Ontario

London - In southwestern Ontario, 78 people were arrested in connection with a human trafficking investigation, which started in October 2016.

United Airlines overbooks flight, has man dragged off plane

Chicago - On Sunday evening, a video posted on Facebook showed a man being dragged off an overbooked flight surfaced. The clip has since gone viral.

Jewelry store employee ordered to pay thousands over fake review

Quincy - An employee at a jewelry store in Massachusetts has been ordered to pay $34,500 to a rival jewelry merchant after posting a review that the jury decided was fake.

Man gets fined $190 for snake without leash

Sioux Falls - Jerry Kimball was recently at a park with his pet snakes. While there, he let them roam freely, but this led to a $190 fine.

Adidas will sell 3D-printed shoes

Adidas has unveiled a new sneaker that features a 3D-printed sole. The sneaker is expected to hit the market in the coming year.

YouTube blocks ads on channels with less than 10,000 views

In an effort to weed out bad actors, such as people uploading copyrighted content, YouTube will no longer allow creators to make money until their channel reaches 10,000 views.

Illegal timber was used to build world's biggest sailing yacht

A shipyard in Germany used illegally-logged timber from Myanmar when it was building a super-yacht for a Russian billionaire.

Bernie Sanders and others introduce the 'College For All' act

Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, Keith Ellison (D-Minnesota) and Pramila Jaypal (D- Washington) have jointly introduced the 'College for All' Bill.

McDonald's Canada: over 90K job-seekers' info hacked

On Friday, McDonald's Canada announced that about 95,000 job applicants' information was compromised in a cyber attack on its jobs website.

Penis seat installed to raise sexual harassment awareness

Mexico - Mexico City surprised commuters by installing a molded 'penis seat' on the subway. It was for a good cause, to raise sexual harassment awareness.

Robots in Germany to start delivering pizza for Domino's

Hamburg - Domino's announced that it has partnered with Starship Technologies and it will start using robots to deliver pizza in Hamburg, Germany.

Man uses AR-15 to kill three would-be burglars

Broken Arrow - Three would-be robbers attempted to break into a home on Monday, but the homeowner's son used an AR-15 to open fire on them.

Coca-Cola contacts police after human waste found in cans

Lisburn - Production in a Northern Ireland factory came to a halt after a machine became clogged with feces. However, no contaminated drinks reached consumers.

Couple arrested after trying to sell baby on Craigslist

Elizabethton - A couple in Tennessee was arrested after they tried to sell their 5-month-old baby on Craigslist. They are now facing charges.

Teens barred from flight for wearing leggings

Denver - Two teenage girls tried to board a United Airlines flight from Denver to Minneapolis. However, a gate agent denied them boarding because they were wearing leggings.

U.S. agents seize thousands of fake condoms in Puerto Rico

San Juan - U.S. federal agents in Puerto Rico seized 40,000 counterfeit condoms. The fake condoms were seized in San Juan, according to officials.

Cadbury says chocolate may become smaller after Brexit

Cadbury announced that the prices of their products may increase or shrink after Brexit. However, the company is committed to remaining in the United Kingdom.
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