Dinosaur Remains Mistaken For Dragon

EDMONTON, Alta. — Some Chinese farmers thought they’d discovered the remains of a dragon, but it turned out to be a 50-foot dinosaur. That’s what paleontologists are saying. The fossils were first found nine years ago, by farmers digging a fish pond. Researchers are just now publishing their findings. They’ve named the dinosaur “Quijianglong” That … Continue reading »

Man Climbs Frozen Niagara Falls

NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y. — There was once a time when daredevils would ride in a barrel over Niagara Falls. Now, because of freezing cold temperatures, one daredevil is climbing up the falls. The winter deep-freeze froze portions of the falls. That’s why Will Gadd scaled nearly 150 feet up frozen cliffs, next to the still-flowing … Continue reading »

Goodell Gives “State of the NFL” Address

PHOENIX, Ariz. — During a Roger Goodell press conference, he made it clear that the NFL is conducting a “thorough and objective” investigation into whether the New England Patriots deliberately deflated their play balls in the ACF Championship. He did say that the league has not yet reached a decision on whether they think the team did … Continue reading »

Telemarketer Saves Oregon Woman’s Life

LAS VEGAS, Nev. — A routine sales call took a different turn when a Nevada telemarketer heard a woman hundreds of miles away being attacked. The call by a Nevada health and nutrition company may have saved the life of an Oregon woman. The woman making the call says the woman on the other end … Continue reading »

Opening Statements for Hernandez Trial

FALL RIVER, Mass. — Opening statements in the Aaron Hernandez trial have legal teams trying to show a jury why he is a killer, and why he isn’t. As the trial moves in to day two, the mother and girlfriend of the man Hernandez is accused of killing will take the stand. The case has … Continue reading »

Possible Ebola Case in California

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — A California hospital is treating a patient who may have the Ebola virus. Workers wore protective clothing as an ambulance brought the patient to the emergency department of UC Davis Medical Center. Health officials say the patient was at low risk for Ebola, but did meet the government guidelines for being tested. … Continue reading »

Final Preparations for the Big Game

GLENDALE, Ariz. — The final preparations are underway in Arizona for super bowl XLIX. Players from both the Seattle Seahawks and New England Patriots say they are ready to take the field. The Patriots have been tight-lipped about accusations the team deflated their footballs in the AFC championship. It’s not clear whether NFL commissioner Roger … Continue reading »

Romney Not Running in 2016

WASHINGTON D.C. (CNN) — Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney will not make a third run for president, CNN has confirmed, and will tell supporters in a teleconference he believes it’s “best to give other leaders in the party the opportunity” to become the nominee. The call comes as Romney has faced deep skepticism from some quarters … Continue reading »

Rare Red Fox Spotted in Yosemite NP

YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK — A creature not seen often in the animal kingdom has now been spotted twice for the first time in a century. Researchers at Yosemite National Park discovered two images of the extremely rare Sierra Nevada Red Fox on remote cameras. Official say the elusive species lives in remote, rugged areas of … Continue reading »

Patient Being Tested for Ebola in CA

(CNN) — A California hospital is treating a patient suspected of having the deadly Ebola virus. Hospital staff were wearing protective clothing when an ambulance brought the patient to the emergency department of UC Davis Medical Center in Sacramento. Health officials said the patient was at low risk for the deadly virus, but did meet … Continue reading »

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