Arkansas women says brother fed her a “meth sandwich” following arrest
Arkansas siblings Elizabeth Catlett, 29, and Don Furr, 33, face drug-related charges following the former’s accusation that her brother fed her a “meth sandwich.”
Just in the nick of time: Thanksgiving to be accompanied by Hunter’s Moon
While the Harvest Moon often appears in the sky as a deep blood red colour, the Hunter’s Moon appears in a mellow yellow orange colour, much like the falling Autumn leaves.
Linda O’Leary will not face jail time after fatal boat crash that left two dead
Despite prosecutors initially believing that Linda O’Leary would face a maximum penalty of 18 months imprisonment and $1-million fine, following a brief legal bout, she will only be receiving a $10,000 fine and no jail time.
B.C. drivers with out-of-province licenses face huge insurance rate increases
In response to new data form the Insurance Corp. of B.C. (ICBC) which showed that people from outside B.C. tend to have more collisions while in the province, safe driving discounts will no longer transfer over.
Ontario woman drives herself 7 km to hospital following stabbing in Costco parking lot
A 31-year-old man has been charged with Attempted Murder of a woman in the parking lot of a local Costco.
Green Party candidate announces hunger strike to promote environmentalism
On Tuesday, Richard Zurawski, a Green Party candidate for the federal riding of Halifax West, announced his hunger strike leading up to the election.
Eco-radicals disrupt and occupy major U.K. airport
Among those arrested included an Ex Met Detective who had glued himself to the pavement to prevent his removal, while he repeated various alarmist slogans.
WATCH: Eco-radicals superglue themselves to government building
When threatened with arrests, one activist said, “They came round and told us that we should be moving on. I don’t think we are going to move on. It’s not a risk if you know you’re going to be arrested. It’s something I’ll do if I need to.”
South Park episode ‘Band in China’ gets South Park banned in China
South Park now joins the likes of Winnie the Pooh, who was featured in the episode. Pooh Bear was also banned in China because the lovable children’s character was used as a facial comparison to mock Chinese President Xi Jinping. Pooh Bear, first seen in a Chinese prison, is assassinated later in the episode by Randy Marsh at the behest of China, after a student makes the comparison.
Basketball fans removed game in America for waving pro-Hong Kong signs
Two pro-Hong Kong, 76ers fans say they were kicked out of a basketball game on Tuesday for waving signs and shouting support for the pro-democracy movement in Hong Kong.