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Biologist Planning To Eat Dolphins He Found Washed Up On a Beach

A pensioner who has earlier dined on roadkill is now planning to eat two dolphins in his Christmas lunch. The two dolphins washed up on a beach, he said. Mr. Arthur Boyt has spent years dining on dead animals.

Mr. Boyt has dinned on a variety of things including weasels, hedgehogs,... read more

APRA: Kananaskis rifle-and-shotgun range will be closed at end of 2015

According to an announcement made on the Alberta Provincial Rifle Association (APRA) website, a public gun range at Sibbald Flats in Kananaskis Country will be closed at the end of this year.

About the imminent closure of the popular Kananaskis rifle-and-shotgun range in 2015-end, the... read more

Mysterious chunk of ice smashes through roof of California home

A mysterious chunk of ice the size of a basketball fell from the sky and smashed through the roof of a California home Wednesday morning, leaving people inside startled and shocked.

Monica Savath said she along with other members of her family was in the living room of their home in... read more

USS George Washington departs San Diego

The aircraft carrier USS George Washington on Tuesday pulled away from North Island Naval Air Station in Coronado, California, for a notable deployment, authorities confirmed.

The massive war ship left San Diego yesterday after a nearly month-long visit that it made to participate in a... read more

Amtrak train hits moving van in San Diego

An Amtrak Surfliner Train hit a moving van in San Diego in the morning hours of Friday, prompting authorities to temporarily close the area and divert traffic.

The accident occurred at around 9:30 a. m. local time at Pacific Highway and Washington Street in the Mission Hills neighborhood... read more

Pool accident claims life of Billy Graham's son-in-law

Bill Graham's son in law has died after swimming pool accident. He was found unresponsive in the pool of the Raleigh home he shared with the evangelist Anne Graham Lotz.

Rex Hospital confirmed the death of Danny Lotz at 78. Life support was removed from him two day after he was taken to... read more

Heavy tree limb kills two Orange County teens at Yosemite National park

The two boys, who lost their lives last Friday after a heavy tree branch fell on their tent at a campground in Yosemite National Park, have been identified as teenage friends from Orange County.

Dragon Kim and his friend Justin Lee were camping at Upper Pines Campground in Yosemite Valley... read more

Construction worker dies after being stung by hundreds of bees

A construction worker lost his life on Monday after being stung by hundreds of angry bees at a construction site in Southern California, authorities confirmed.

Chaos broke out as the bees swarmed after the victim and his co-workers unintentionally disturbed a massive underground beehive... read more

The 2014 Marine jet crash in Southern California was caused by oil leak: report

The Marine fighter jet crash that set several homes on fire in a Southern California neighborhood last year was caused by an oil leak, a newly published investigative report revealed.

According to the Marine investigative report, the AV-8B Harrier fighter jet crashed on 4th of June, 2014... read more

Small plane crashes into California home backyard, pilot dies

A small single-engine plane crashed into the backyard of house in Southern California and caught fire on Sunday, leaving the pilot dead, officials confirmed.

The Beechcraft BE35 plane tumbled at around 5 p.m. roughly half a mile east of Riverside Municipal Airport. The pilot of the plane... read more

Bowe Bergdahl had no connection to pot farm where he was seen last weekend

U.S. Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, who was held by the Taliban for nearly five years in Afghanistan, was present at a Northern California marijuana farm when it was raided by deputies last weekend, Mendocino County sheriff's Capt. Greg Van Patten confirmed.

Capt. Pattern, however, added that... read more

California ranks 38th in overall child well-being

California may be No. 1 in efforts to cope with climate change but its rank in term's overall child well-being is quite bad, according to the Annie E. Casey Foundation's latest survey report.

The recently released 2015 Kids Count Profile ranked the Golden State at the 38th spot in the... read more

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