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  • Coming Soon: The Sunday Sports Frenzy on FOX43

    Coming soon: Sunday Sports Frenzy: — FOX43 Sports (@FOX43Sports) August 30, 2019 The Sunday Sports Frenzy on FOX43. Local sports every week. Debuting on Sunday, September 8 at 8:00 p.m.

  • You can ask for yourself to possibly be arrested if you gamble

    HARRISBURG, PA – The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board announced August 8th people can ban themselves from participating in gambling at Video Gaming Terminals, also know as “VGTs”. The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board news release says if a person violates the terms of that ban or “self-exclusion” they may be subject to arrest. The VGT Self-Exclusion Program allows people to voluntarily choose 1-year, 5-year, or lifetime bans from playing VGTs.  The Self-Exclusion ban is part of the Commonwealth’s effort to stop […]

  • VIDEO: Kingsnake tries to eat itself

    ELM, PA – A Kingsnake being cared for at the Forgotten Friends Reptile Sanctuary was spotted trying to eat itself. The people from the sanctuary say they routinely observe Kingsnakes biting themselves.  This was a lot more than normal. Workers there say this was first time in their 15 year history that one of the Kingsnakes was caught trying to fully swallow himself. They shared the video on Facebook of them saving the snake from itself.  Jesse Rothacker, the Founder […]

  • NYPD officers pay for groceries of woman accused of shoplifting at Whole Foods

    NEW YORK — A group of NYPD officers from the Strategic Response Group jumped into action to help a woman accused of shoplifting at a Whole Foods on Thursday. The woman was being held by security because she had food in her bag she hadn’t paid for, according to a New Yorker who captured the moment and shared it on Twitter. The distraught woman can be seen at checkout surrounded by three officers. “When the NYPD showed up, they paid for […]

  • 3 stabbed, several trampled outside Chicago’s Navy Pier after 4th of July fireworks show

    CHICAGO — Several people were injured Thursday following the July Fourth fireworks show at Navy Pier in Chicago, according to WGN. The incident happened around 10 p.m. outside the secured area of Navy Pier. Chicago police said a fight broke out among a group of young men after the flashing of gang signs. A 14-year-old boy and 15-year-old boy were stabbed in the upper body. A 30-year-old man, who was not involved, was stabbed in the face and arm. The […]

  • New 5.4 magnitude earthquake shakes southern California

    A magnitude 5.4 earthquake rattled the Mojave Desert and was felt throughout Southern California early Friday morning. The quake struck at about 4:07 a.m. and centered about 9.7 miles west of Searles Valley, roughly 10.8 miles north-northeast of Ridgecrest, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. The Los Angeles Fire Department said all 106 fire station districts are out conducting strategic surveys, but there were no immediate reports of damage or injury in the city of L.A. This quake comes less than […]

  • He’s 100, she’s about to turn 103, and they just got married

    Newlyweds John and Phyllis Cook are celebrating their new lives together at their Ohio senior living facility. John is a World War II veteran who just turned 100, and Phyllis will turn 103 on August 8. Longevity runs in Phyllis Cook’s family; her mother lived to be 106. The couple went to the courthouse to get their marriage license last week and found out they could get married on the spot. “It wasn’t the plan, but we got here and […]

  • Ford will sell a $1.2 million supercar that won’t be street-legal

    Ford will sell an even faster, even more powerful version of its Ford GT supercar for $1.2 million. But only 45 will be built, the automaker announced Thursday, and it won’t be legal to drive them on public roads. The 700 horsepower Ford GT Mk II is intended for track use only. It was also not designed to comply with the regulations of any particular racing series, giving engineers free reign to maximize the car’s performance potential, Ford said. That means the 3.5-liter turbocharged […]

  • Colorado firefighters use YouTube duck calls to rescue ducklings from storm drain

    LITTLETON, Colo. – Firefighters from South Metro Fire Rescue used some unconventional methods to recuse ducklings stuck in a storm drain Thursday. According to a tweet from their public information officer, fire engines are not equipped with duck calls, but a cell phone with a YouTube video will do just fine in a pinch. Firefighters used audio from the video to encourage four frightened ducklings to let the men help them out of the drain. In the video, a man […]

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