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  1. Four Snakes An An Iguana Seized In House In MelakaRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | Malaysian National News Agency

    The Wildlife and National Parks Department seized five wild animals kept without special permits and licence, at a house in Taman Melaka Baru, here. Melaka Wildlife Department director, Noorzakiahanum Mohd Noh said the seizure was conducted by an enforcement team yesterday based on intelligence and information from the public.


  2. Daily Bucket - Berkshire Adventures Part 2Read the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Daily Kos

    The Daily Bucket is a regular series from the Backyard Science group. Here we talk about Mother Nature in all her glory, especially the parts that live nearby.


  3. ShareRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Daily Star

    Mia Bloom, a professor at the centre for terrorism and security studies at the University of Massachusetts, Lowell, said: "They are targeting these young girls in a very predatory way - the way child sex abusers target young children." Some of the girls, according to a report in The Times, are lured through social media and al-Shamikha, a glossy magazine dubbed the "Jihad Cosmo".


  4. A Summer On The Appalachian TrailRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | The Newtown Bee

    A joyous Alex Neufeld hugs the sign at the top of Mount Washington in New Hampshire, a demanding section of the Appalachian Trail. Summiting Mount Katahdin in Maine, September 1, the end of his long journey on the Appalachian Trail, Alex "Frodo" Neufeld celebrates with seven friends from the University of New Hampshire.


  5. Wall Street guy's path to joy: Less banking, more beerRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Business News

    Former investment banker Michael Kane followed his real passion - for beer . Now, Kane Brewing Co.


  6. Necrophilia and Gross-Out Realism Abound in James Franco's Child of GodRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Miami New Times

    If director/co-writer James Franco had retitled his adaptation of Cormac McCarthy's 1973 novel Child of God to A Man's Love for a Corpse , he'd have a more honest film on his hands - not to mention a purposefully campy one. Even if he'd aimed a little higher, to keep in line with McCarthy's unendingly portentous prose, and come up with something like A Yowling Man Didst Defile Her , there'd still be a twinkle of humor in the project.


  7. Day 4: Ohio to Erie TrailRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | The Columbus Dispatch

    You learn a lot on a bike trip, and it's not always about the geography you cover. So, here's a little bit of what I've learned so fara *The Ohio to Erie Trail is still a work in progress.


  8. 50th Anniversary of the Wilderness ActRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | Big Bend National Park

    A variety of Big Bend National Park activities will commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Wilderness Act during the remainder of 2014. President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the Wilderness Act on September 3, 1964.


  9. Enjoy these Fall-tastic festivals in TennesseeRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | PRWeb

    With cooler temperatures come a plethora of festivals in Tennessee that will pack any fall calendar. World-renown food festivals, lots of concerts, and a new museum honoring the Queen of Rock 'n' Roll are just some of the things happening in the Volunteer State during the autumnal months.


  10. Trump International Hotela Las Vegas Launches TrumpA Kids 'Glamping' Package For Family TravelersRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Sys-Con Media

    The year-round package includes two nights in a penthouse suite, and all of the amenities needed to create an unforgettable indoor camping experience. Children will snuggle up in luxurious TrumpA Kids monogrammed sleeping bags and tents provided by Marmot, the maker of high-end outdoor clothing and gear, while enjoying delicious s'mores personally-delivered by a hotel chef.


  11. Cardiff Half Marathon: 10 restaurants to get a plate of pasta in the night before the big raceRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | IcNetwork

    Looking for a place to have your last supper before the Cardiff Half Marathon? Well pasta is a good option for Carbo loading and we have 10 suggestions in the capital city As you train for the marathon you should increase the amount of carbohydrates, which is the best fuel for your body. "In the last few weeks before the race, you should make sure that you are eating carbohydrate rich foods such as rice, pasta and potatoes every day," says Graeme Hilditch, a personal trainer with more than 15 years of experience .


  12. Captain has boating concernsRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Castanet.net

    Since 1998 Al Cotton has been operating 'Go with the Wind Cruises' from the Kelowna Yacht Club, taking clients from around the world out onto Okanagan Lake "We are the longest running cruise on the lake," says the captain, who has witnessed a lot of action out on the water over the years. However, this year he says boating safety has became a concern to him, worried that there were one too many issues on the water that could have been real hazards.


  13. Karine Polwart: I ended my marriage to create a healthier, happier...Read the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Sunday Herald

    That micro-scale process of separation took me into bewildering, distressing territory last year, hopping with a carry-on case between the spare rooms of pals for a couple of months, waking to remember that my kids were rising from sleep somewhere else, and moving initially into a depressing wee corner of a house with little more than a camping mat, a sleeping bag, a kettle and a sunflower-yellow deckchair.


  14. Spoon-feed those bass as fall approaches and fish key in on shadRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | North Carolina Sportsman

    A Johnson spoon fitted with a soft-plastic trailer is an overlooked lure that will catch bass in the fall when they're keying on threadfin shad. We're approaching the fall fishing season, and many largemouth bass anglers await its coming with great anticipation.


  15. Hunters looking to use rifles for deer hunting locallyRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | The Batavian

    A group of local hunters packed into the committee room of the Old Courthouse on Monday to back a proposal to allow hunting of big game in Genesee County with rifles. All but a handful of counties in New York have amended their laws to allow rifles for big game hunting.


  16. Northrop Grumman Supports Community, Airmen through US Air Force MarathonRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | GlobeNewswire

    Sept. 16, 2014 - Ask Northrop Grumman Corporation why it remains the longest running presenting sponsor of the U.S. Air Force Marathon, and it will give you 15,000 reasons and then some. That's the number of runners who will take part in the 18th annual Air Force Marathon events - 5K, 10K, half marathon and full marathon - planned for Sept.


  17. Missing man may have visited DungannonRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Tyrone Times

    He is described as being 5ft 7in tall, of slim, athletic build with short, dark, greying hair. He was wearing black shorts, a dark coloured t-shirt, woollen socks and brown hiking boots.


  18. Convicted killer accused of fatally stabbing ex-girlfriend, then eating her brainsRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | The Raw Story

    A convicted killer from Indiana is accused of fatally stabbing his ex-girlfriend and eating portions of her brain after she bailed him out of jail. Joseph Oberhansley was charged with murder, abuse of a corpse, and breaking and entering in the gruesome slaying of 46-year-old Tammy Jo Blanton at her Jeffersonville home.


  19. Kids can draw a bisonRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | The Morning Call

    Bison, the native animals characterized by their long, shaggy brown coats, once roamed all across North America. The animals were nearly driven to extinction in the late 1800's which motivated General Harry C. Trexler to create what is now Trexler Nature Preserve to help protect them.


  20. Ga. firefighter battling flesh-eating bacteria after river rescueRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | EMS1

    While hiking with friends at Savannah Bluff Heritage Preserve in North Augusta on Aug. 31, Ian Buckley saw what appeared to be a head in the water. He quickly realized it was a woman standing waist-deep in the Savannah River, close to the Georgia bank.