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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.
Lately, Josh Duhamel has been taking a back seat to MVP-in-training Carson Wentz and Miss America Cara Mund in the Most Famous North Dakotan Category. Perk up your ears though, Joshies (I assume that’s what his fans call themselves?), because Duhamel has a starring role in one of the biggest blockbuster releases of the year. The hunky 45-year-old Minot native plays a starring role in “Call of Duty: WWII,” the latest in the mammoth Activision video game franchise that spans 14 titles dating back to 2003.
PORTLAND, Tex. - Actor Lou Diamond Phillips, best known for his role in the movie “La Bamba,” was arrested, early Friday morning, Nov. 3, on suspicion of driving while intoxicated, the San Antonio Express-News reported. At around 1:35 a.m., Phillips approached an officer who was conducting an unrelated traffic stop and asked for directions, Portland Police Chief Mark Cory told the news outlet. Phillips then failed a field sobriety test and was taken into custody, where a breathalyzer test showed his blood alcohol content was 0.20, more than twice the legal limit. La bummer.
LUBBOCK, Texas -- Twenty-nine Dairy Queen locations across Texas will be liquidated as one of the state’s largest franchise holders files for bankruptcy.
Relax. It’s not an alien probe droid or anything that could potentially slam into Planet Earth. Even so, NASA scientists are over the moon about the recent discovery of A/2017 U1, an asteroid or comet discovered on Oct. 19 by scientists at the University of Hawaii’s Pan-STARRS 1 telescope.
LuLaRoe, a California company that has racked up billions of dollars in sales behind promises of an income stream for women who sell the company’s brightly patterned clothing, is facing a new class-action lawsuit seeking $1 billion in damages while leveling accusations of operating a pyramid scheme, The Press-Enterprise of Riverside, Calif., reported.
ORLANDO, Fla. - We’re all concerned about the fate of the packages we order online. Will the order be correct? Will it be safe on my doorstep until I get home from work? But a Florida couple’s experience adds a new wrinkle to those anxieties. After ordering some plastic totes to help them with storage around their Orlando home, the couple reportedly got way more than they bargained for: 65 pounds of marijuana.
The common wisdom goes a little something like this: A herd is only as fast as its slowest members, which would be the first to get eaten if they’re chased by a predator. It’s an easy comparison to make to the newest rollout of venison sandwiches by the meatmongers at Arby’s, where they appear to see their tagline – “We have the meats” – as a rallying cry in the chase for hungry customers.
Remember those painted lady butterflies that were showing up in gardens across the upper Midwest just a few weeks ago? In their move back south, they made their presence known in a big way. On Tuesday, Oct. 3, the National Weather Service in Boulder, Colo., shared a radar image on Twitter that they initially identified as a possible flock of birds, asking bird experts in the area with help identifying them:
In a video now viewed over 13 million times, a California man simply gets out of bed. That might not seem too incredible, but the circumstances of it are. Thomas Gunderson was shot in the leg while attending the Route 91 Harvest Festival on Sunday, Sept. 30 when a gunman sprayed bullets from a hotel window overlooking the crowd of thousands. He was in his hospital bed when a couple of visitors stopped by, namely President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump.