This quiet, relaxing video was filmed earlier this week at Black Creek Park in Copperopolis, California. The scenery proves that Spring is the one time of the year, where even Copperopolis is naturally green!
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Yesterday’s stormy weather brought a solid looking funnel cloud over the Waterford area yesterday. The cloud is not known to have touched the ground.
The number one killer of teens in America is distracted and reckless driving. Amanda Clark of Oakdale, California believed she was able to text and drive like a pro until she rolled her car and walked away.
She wrote in her diary she would never text and drive again. She told her family, her boyfriend and her best friend that she would be a better driver and put her cell phone away.
Only one year and a day after her first crash, she drove off a freeway embankment in Manteca while texting. This is her story.
A Norwegian news report showcases a twenty year old woman named Nano. Nano says she is a cat. She feels like a cat. She wears a fuzzy tail, doesn’t like dogs and claims to speak “cat”. Thankfully, she managed to find a friend who knows how to speak cat language. This woman is said to be tran-species. It means that she believes she is actually an animal (in this case, a cat) born in a human body.
A social experiment in Los Angeles seems to suggest that a man is much more likely to be assaulted by holding a Trump sign than a Bernie sign.
A Chihuahua led police on a wild dog chase across the Oakland-San Francisco Bay Bridge on Sunday. Footage from a police car’s dash cam shows officers closing monitoring the canine’s progress as it scampered across the five-lane road bridge that had to be partially closed.
The pooch was detained and placed in animal custody before being transferred to a San Francisco animal shelter. The animal shelter staff members have since named him ‘Ponch’ in reference to CHiPs, a television show that highlighted the jobs that the California Highway Patrol has to undertake.
After Brussels was linked to terror plots, the international media supposedly portrayed the city as a warzone. visit.brussels wanted to change that perception with an “honest” answer. They gave people in Brussels the opportunity to tell how life really is in the city.
From January 7th – 11th 2016, 12,688 phone calls were made from 154 countries. The campaign was exported to the entire world: from neighbouring countries to The United States, Japan, Brazil and even Australia. 74% were international phone calls.
The action was also widely followed on social media. The hashtag #CallBrussels was used all over the world and became the most popular hashtag in Belgium at its launch. Over 9,317,000 people had seen the hashtag.
Last weekend, a very large motorized shopping cart was one of the many entries during the Murphy’s Irish Day Parade.
This morning as KTVU reporter Alex Savidge was covering the Monday night train derailment in Alameda County, a car crashed and careened toward him and his photographer. This all happened in Fremont. Viewers of channel 2 could only hear the sudden commotion as footage of the train was being shown on the screen. At first no one knew what happened as audio was immediately cut off after the loud crashes and near profanity. The anchors at the desk told their viewers that they didn’t know what had occurred. The producers could hear that everyone was okay and the anchors relayed the message to the viewers. Shortly after, this follow-up footage was shown to the Bay Area audience: