The legendary Bigfoot and others like it have reportedly been spotted near a Northern California lake, according to a paranormal investigator.
Source: ‘Bigfoot’ reportedly sighted in Northern California, pictures go viral | Fox News
‘BIGFOOT’ REPORTEDLY SPOTTED IN NORTH CAROLINA FOREST
The burger chain has unleashed an advertisement that compares high school bullying to smashed hamburgers.
Source: Burger King goes after bullying in strange new ad | Fox News
Richard Spencer defiantly speaks over a crowd of protesters chanting “Nazis are not welcome here”.
Source: Richard Spencer speech at Florida campus sparks mass protest – BBC News
Police said the boy lost his balance while sitting on a railing so his mother could take a picture.
Source: Boy survives 100ft Niagara Falls tumble in photo op mishap – BBC News
The white nationalist leader plans to speak at the University of Florida on Thursday.
Source: Florida governor declares state of emergency in advance of Richard Spencer event
The Airbus A320, carrying 151 people, landed safely at Perth Airport.
AirAsia said the flight experienced a “technical issue”. Australian media said it had appeared to lose altitude.
“We were all pretty much saying goodbye to each other. It was really upsetting,” one passenger told the local Nine network.
Source: AirAsia flight returns to Perth after mid-air scare – BBC News
Ames High School has the unfortunate distinction of having one of the most un-American marching bands in the nation.
Source: Shame! Iowa marching band walks off field during national anthem | Fox News
It’s a good thing Jimmie Smith checked the shirt hanging in his closet. Because had he waited two days longer, he’d have lost out on $24.1 million.
Source: A man finds a $24 million lottery ticket in an old shirt — just in the nick of time – CNN
Girl Scouts of the USA criticizes initiative, saying it strains century-old bond between two organizations
Source: Boy Scouts: Girls can join Cub Scouts starting next year
San Diego opened its first city-sanctioned homeless camp on Monday in a public works yard near Balboa Park.
San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer announced the opening of the site last week in response to a hepatitis A outbreak that has disproportionately affecting the homeless, leaving 17 dead and hundreds hospitalized.
Source: Homeless women see hope moving into city-sanctioned campsite – The San Diego Union-Tribune
Just below the Phipps Conservatory in Oakland stands a statue of Christopher Columbus, and on Columbus Day, it stood defaced with red paint.
Source: Christopher Columbus Statue In Oakland Vandalized « CBS Pittsburgh
A jolt-and-roll felt around the Bay Area Monday afternoon jangled nerves in an area notorious for seismic restlessness. The 4.1 earthquake struck at 5:53 p.m. about 12 miles east of San Jose in Jos…
Source: Earthquake, magnitude 4.1, rattles South Bay – The Mercury News
Two woman were filmed involved in a violent confrontation at a Texas McDonald’s last week.
Source: McDonald’s employee attacks customer after being verbally assaulted | Fox News
Workers describe a “powder keg” as a result of staffing shortages and service cuts.
Source: Assaults on mental health staff up 25% in four years – BBC News
Officers found a 20-year-old woman unresponsive at the second floor of the residence.
Source: 20-year-old woman found dead in Oakland
Events mark the 1767 completion by English surveyors Mason and Dixon of the border of Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware and then-Virginia.
Mason and Dixon placed their last marker atop Brown’s Hill in what’s now Mason-Dixon Historical Park, which sits on both sides of of the line — Pennsylvania’s border with what’s now West Virginia.
That park is where the Mason-Dixon 250 anniversary will be celebrated Oct. 13-15, with re-enactors and guides in period costumes; speakers and guests including, from England, Jeremiah Dixon’s great-grandnephew John Dixon and other descendants; astronomy and surveying demonstrations (the two used to go hand-in-hand); politicians and proclamations; a quilt show and other arts and crafts; plus music, food and souvenirs.
Source: The Mason-Dixon Line turns 250 | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
A Minnesota man defended his choice to live with the decomposing bodies of his elderly mother and twin brother for more than a year.
Source: Minn. man was too ‘traumatized’ to report mom, brother’s deaths – NY Daily News
Most of West Seventh Avenue in the borough was closed as firefighters battled the blaze in the large multi-unit building at 251 and 253 W. Seventh Ave.
Source: Afternoon heat a hazard as firefighters battle Tarentum blaze | TribLIVE
Channel 11 is getting new details on a doctor accused of running a “pill mill” in the North Hills.
Yesterday, Channel 11 brought you the breaking news — that Dr. Andrzej Zielke’s Richland Township office and Allison Park home were raided by the FBI.
Source: Local doctor arrested on felony drug charges after raid | WPXI