ROCHESTER, N.H. – A New Hampshire woman who was fighting the state Department of Motor Vehicles over her 15-year-old vanity license plate showing a common parental phrase got the green light to keep her plates.
Wendy Auger, of Rochester, was asked to surrender the plate, which reads “PB4WEGO,” a common phrase used by parents before hitting the road with their kids. The state says phrases related to excretory acts aren’t permitted.
On Wednesday, however, after Auger’s story had gone viral, N.H. Governor Chris Sununu reached out to her, telling her she’s been authorized to keep “PB4WEGO”.
EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: The suspect in a triple homicide in Pittsylvania County, 19-year-old Matthew Bernard, ran toward @KyleMWilcoxTV & @humphreyWSET while they were at a staging area — he also strangled the church's caretaker.https://t.co/4OVjvg9kkQ pic.twitter.com/cg23z2KIEX— ABC 13 News – WSET (@ABC13News) August 27, 2019
PITTSYLVANIA CO., Va. (CBS Local) — A naked man wanted in connection with a triple homicide that left the wife, child and mother-in-law of pitcher Blake Bivens in the Tampa Bay Rays organization was arrested Tuesday, according to authorities in rural Virginia.
Matthew Thomas Bernard, 19, was taken into custody on three counts of first-degree murder following a three-hour manhunt that shut down schools and roads on Tuesday, Pittsylvania County Sheriff’s Office investigator Devin Taylor said in a statement.
Before he was arrested, Bernard ran naked from behind a house past reporters in a media staging area, all captured on camera by Virginia TV station WSET-TV.
The video showed him attacking a church groundskeeper by putting his hands around his neck as police tried to take him into custody.
WASHINGTON — Scientists with the Smithsonian have discovered a new blood-sucker in the D.C. area — a previously unknown species of leech that has three jaws with up to 59 teeth.
The scientists with the Smithsonian recently published a paper in the Journal of Parasitology documenting their discovery of the leech, or Macrobdella mimicus. They said the leech is the first to be discovered on the content in over 40 years.
There’s more than 300,000 people who live in the town, but if you can prove it’s all a hoax, you’ll be $1.1 million richer.
Despite the fact that more than 300,000 German citizens live in this city — which includes a university and an iconic castle — a tongue-in-cheek conspiracy theory posits that Bielefeld is not an actual place. In fact, the theory has been going around for decades, alleging that the town is fake and was created by the CIA. Because some people won’t let this thing go, German officials have decided to play the same game and offer up $1.1 million to whoever can prove that Bielefeld really, truly does not exist.
Rabbits love getting stroked on their nose pic.twitter.com/aYOZGAY6kP— Dan Quintana 🐰 (@dsquintana) August 18, 2019
We asked experts to weigh in. Even they aren’t sure.
We’re still not done fighting over math problems and optimal sleeping temperatures, but today brings yet another tweet that’s specifically designed to stoke fierce debate. In the video below, a hand is seen affectionately petting a rabbit. Or, uh, wait: Is that a raven? No, no. It’s definitely a rabbit.
PLATTSBURGH, N.Y. — A woman out on a fishing trip reeled in more than she bargained for. The trout she caught had not one, but two mouths. The unique catch happened out on Lake Champlain in Plattsburg, New York. It’s probably not related to the “Loch Ness Monster” but it sure isn’t your typical fish.