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Five Acrobats Fall From High Wire After Botched Rehearsal

If you’ve ever been to the circus, or even if you haven’t, odds are that you’re familiar with what acrobats do. They jump around and do all these unlikely stunts under precarious circumstances. Acrobatics, I guess is what we call this gimmick. It’s pretty amazing stuff. If you’re anything like me, you may have at some […]

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The Amicable Divorce: 5 Tips For Successful Mediation

As anybody with any experience in divorce law will tell you, uncontested divorces are preferable to contested divorces — that is, it’s better to figure all the details of a divorce without resorting to litigation. Of course, if you’re the one getting divorced, there’s a good chance that this advice is easier said than done. […]

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Top 10 Divorce FAQ’s

Depending on who you are and your circumstances, the prospect of divorce could be either refreshing or ominous. Either way, unless you’ve had the legal training or experience, it’s likely that divorce is something that you don’t entirely understand. And if you aren’t a lawyer or planning to become one, why should you know? As […]

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Milk Producers Owe A Lot Of People Money… Including You?

Got milk? Or rather, bought milk? How about half and half, yogurt, or pretty much any kind of cream? In the past fourteen years? I’m willing to bet that you have, and if this is the case, then you could very well be eligible to receive a cut of a milk-related $52 million settlement. If […]

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Kamiyah Mobley: Kidnapped At Birth, Found 18 Years Later

In 1998, Jacksonville resident Shanara Mobley gave birth to her first child. The baby was kidnapped hours later, taken from her arms by a woman posing as a hospital employee. With no photos and few leads, the trail went cold quickly and stayed that way… until now. Eighteen years after her kidnapping, Kamiyah Mobley has […]

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Holiday Visitation: 5 Ways To Prepare

The holiday season is a time of celebration, but it also has the tendency to get a bit stressful. It depends on what your life is like. For some people, the early darkness of winter is a depressing factor — after all, there are those of us who get off work after the sun has […]

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Lions and other jungle cats rescued from some house in Nevada

Humans love their pets. We keep all kinds. Cats, dogs, birds, mice, snakes, rabbits, I could go on. If you want a list of acceptable pets, look no further than the internet. Key word though: acceptable. Because there is certainly a difference between a ‘pet’ and an ‘animal’. Some creatures, great and small, are simply […]

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Shadowed by Trump, marijuana legalization scores Big Time

On Tuesday, November 8, the world as we know it changed. An overdrawn and largely insane election season came to an end. We now have closure on many big things, and while parts of this closure are clearly ominous for many Americans, other parts provided a sense of excitement, anticipation. I’m not talking about Donald […]

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Assassins And Presidential Candidates (Trump Doesn’t Count)

Tomorrow, Americans will decide who’s going to be the next president. We’ve had election news shoved forcefully down our throats for about a year now, so it’s about time. Things are contentious, as I’m sure you’ve noticed. A lot of people hate Donald Trump with a passion and fear the prospect of his presidency. A […]

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Todd Kohlhepp: Realtor, Pilot, Kidnapping Serial Killer

Todd Christopher Kohlhepp was well-respected in his line of work. The 45-year-old real estate agent, also a licensed pilot, managed his own business: Todd Kohlhepp & Associates. He had two offices and several agents under his management. One of his employees, Cherry Laurens, met Kohlhepp in college. They studied statistics together and went on to […]

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