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If there's a Cloud Nine in the Seventh Heaven of a Minnesotan's Happy Place, Vikings fans are there, right now, just hours after a nail-biter victory that sent the team to the NFC Championship game vs. the Eagles. Some of the reaction making the rounds on social media caught that incredible moment:
Fifty-eight people across the United States and Canada have likely become ill from a strain of E. coli bacteria and Canadian officials are advising people to refrain from eating the leafy green until further notice, an article on the Consumer Reports website says. On Thursday, Dec. 28, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said that 17 illnesses from E. coli infection had been reported in 13 different states: California, Connecticut, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Vermont and Washington.
When the thermometer hits a dangerous 20 below zero, it’s probably easiest (and safest) to curl up on the couch with a blanket and a good TV show to binge. No one would blame you if you did. But, if you’re the adventurous type, or just bored out of your wits, you should know that this frigid weather offers up an opportunity for some nifty cold-weather stunts.
Images and video from the latest widespread wildfires in California paint the picture of a flaming hellscape where all hope is lost. One small act of compassion would suggest otherwise. An ABC News crew shooting footage of the flames managed to capture an unidentified young man catching a small, wild rabbit in danger of getting hurt. A tweet with the footage has been retweeted over 23,000 times by early Thursday morning, Dec. 7.
Yesterday's winter storm certainly did enough to disrupt life in the region with its sharp winds and icy roads, but it didn't amount to much snow-wise in the Red River Valley. Some areas in northern Minnesota did receive snow totals as high as 11 inches, however. Here are a selection of snowfall totals from across the region as reported Tuesday morning, Dec. 5, by the National Weather Service in Grand Forks . Totals will likely be updated as the day goes on.
Did you lose this bag of pot near a Cenex convenience store southeast of Bismarck? The Lincoln, N.D., cops will gladly reunite you with it. A Facebook post by the Lincoln Police Department is giving lots of people the giggles — except, maybe, for one sober lawbreaker.
In response to several tweets on the issue over the weekend from President Donald Trump, a lot of people--famous and not--took to Twitter voicing their opinion on whether professional athletes are right in kneeling during the national anthem as a form of protest.
On Tuesday, March 28, the U.S. House of Representatives passed a bill that repeals rules regulating the usage of your data by the companies that provide your internet (Midco, CableOne, etc.). The U.S. Senate voted to repeal these rules last week, and President Donald Trump has signalled that he will sign the bill. What are the rules?