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  • Search for Stranded Climbers Hampered by Colo. Flooding

    Search for Stranded Climbers Hampered by Colo. Flooding

    (NEW YORK) — Two Maine women who texted for help during a snow storm on a Colorado mountain haven’t been heard from in more than a day, according to a relative, who said extreme weather conditions are hampering the search effort. Suzanne Turell and Connie Yang, of York, Maine, sent a string of frantic text messages Thursday morning letting relatives know they were trapped at 13,400 feet on Longs Peak in Rocky Mountain National Park and needed help. Yang’s sister, Winnie, said the Thursday morning exchange of text messages was the last time she heard from the couple. “We need… Read more

  • California Teen Dies Mysteriously in Locked Car

    California Teen Dies Mysteriously in Locked Car

    (MADERA, Calif.) — Police in California are investigating the mysterious death of a 14-year-old girl, who appears to have died after becoming trapped inside a car parked at her high school, unable to unlock the car’s doors. Graciela Martinez, 14, was found dead in her brother’s BMW, parked in a lot at Madera South High School after school on Wednesday, police said. Graciela is believed to have fallen asleep in the car early that morning and then became trapped inside. Found at the end of the school day, Graciela was slumped in the car’s back seat and drenched in sweat…. Read more

  • New Jersey Boardwalk Fire Eyed 'Suspicious' by Officials

    New Jersey Boardwalk Fire Eyed 'Suspicious' by Officials

    (SEASIDE PARK, N.J.) — The massive fire that engulfed the iconic Jersey shore boardwalk is considered “suspicious” and being investigated by the Ocean County Prosecutors Office, sources told ABC News. Officials said they are looking into all possibilities for the cause of the fire and have not been able to investigate it yet while the boardwalk continues to smolder, but that the circumstances around the fire seem “suspicious.” Investigators are suspicious of the fire’s origin for the following reasons: it was a midday fire with no bad weather to speak of or obvious cause, there were no injuries, the structure… Read more

  • Brad Paisley Wants to See You at the CMA Awards this November

    Brad Paisley Wants to See You at the CMA Awards this November

    Brad Paisley has signed on to co-host the 47th Annual CMA Awards with Carrie Underwood November 6, and he wants to see you in the audience. Brad has launched a new contest offering tickets to the big show as a tie-in with his new single, “I Can’t Change the World.” To enter, post a photo of the person who “changed [your] world” to Twitter or Instagram with the hashtag #ChangedYourWorld. One lucky winner will get tickets to the CMAs, and the photos could also be used in videos or advertisements for Brad’s new song. Go to BradPaisley.com for more details…. Read more

  • New Jersey Boardwalk Fire Eyed 'Suspicious' by Officials

    New Jersey Boardwalk Fire Eyed 'Suspicious' by Officials

    (SEASIDE PARK, N.J.) — The massive fire that engulfed the iconic Jersey shore boardwalk is considered “suspicious” and being investigated by the Ocean County Prosecutors Office, sources told ABC News. Officials said they are looking into all possibilities for the cause of the fire and have not been able to investigate it yet while the boardwalk continues to smolder, but that the circumstances around the fire seem “suspicious.” Investigators are suspicious of the fire’s origin for the following reasons: it was a midday fire with no bad weather to speak of or obvious cause, there were no injuries, the structure… Read more

  • Two Survive Plane Crash in Alaska Wilderness

    Two Survive Plane Crash in Alaska Wilderness

    (NEW YORK) — Two men spent three days in the Alaska wilderness, living on water, a pack of canned salmon and some trail mix after surviving a plane crash that they managed to catch on camera. Larry Minton, 65, of Wilkesboro, N.C., travelled to Alaska last week for a moose hunt. He was in a small plane with Patrick Williams, 53, when they experienced engine failure. Minton’s camera was rolling as the plane began to descend. “I knew that we’d be going down,” Minton told ABC’s Good Morning America. “The only thing I just said to the good Lord was,… Read more

  • New Jersey Boardwalk Fire Eyed 'Suspicious' by Officials

    New Jersey Boardwalk Fire Eyed 'Suspicious' by Officials

    (SEASIDE PARK, N.J.) — The massive fire that engulfed the iconic Jersey shore boardwalk is considered “suspicious” and being investigated by the Ocean County Prosecutors Office, sources told ABC News. Officials said they are looking into all possibilities for the cause of the fire and have not been able to investigate it yet while the boardwalk continues to smolder, but that the circumstances around the fire seem “suspicious.” Investigators are suspicious of the fire’s origin for the following reasons: it was a midday fire with no bad weather to speak of or obvious cause, there were no injuries, the structure… Read more

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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