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Thursday December 20, 2018
IS IT A GOLF COURSE... OR IS IT A REHAB CENTER!
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Netflix announced that its most streamed show of the year was “BodyGuard.” The Haunting Of Hill House came in second. (https://nyp.st/2Gbdt6E)
Kathy Lee Gifford is leaving “The Today Show” after eleven years.
Caitlyn Jenner says that Kris Jenner is the best gift giver ever. (http://goo.gl/3VpjsG)
A study by the University of Chicago found that 40% of Americans refuse to get the flu shot. (https://bit.ly/2rHetoE)
A new survey found that 1 in 3 people have done something they regret at a holiday office party. (https://bit.ly/2Exkn4l)
California officials decided the outcome of a tied election by rolling a Dungeons and Dragons die. (https://nyp.st/2rDoDqu)
A New Jersey Hospital has taken Harvey Weinstein’s name off of the building he founded. It was a center for heart and lung transplants. (https://pge.sx/2Eyz7jx)
Utah announced plans to impose the nation’s strictest DUI limit. (https://bit.ly/2UMF94Q)
Egypt announced the finding of “an exceptionally well preserved tomb” that’s never been looted. (https://nyp.st/2SRSiHX)
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Christopher Simpson of Wauwatosa, Wisconsin pleaded not guilty to a charge of misdemeanor theft in connection with an incident at a Walmart. According to the criminal complaint, an officer responded to the Walmart and “found an individual holding down “Simpson.” The 39-year-old Simpson told officers “he tried to leave the store with 10-15 video games, but was body slammed by a ‘random guy.’” That good Samaritan held Simpson down until police arrived on the scene. The incident was captured on camera. The loss prevention officer on the scene told police Simpson “covered the video games with his clothing and attempted to leave, but was detaine” by the Good Samaritan. The total value of the video games is estimated to be approximately $275. Simpson entered his not guilty plea in court on Monday, Dec. 10th. (https://bit.ly/2UBRQzs)
Five kids were taken home by their parents after police found them on the roof of Bettendorf High School in Iowa. Bettendorf Police responded to the high school just after 9:00 p.m. on Saturday night when a caller alerted them of the disturbance. Six police cars and a fire truck were dispatched, and soon after arrival, five kids came down. Police say they used a ladder to get up to the roof and search for more kids, but none were found. Police say there was no graffiti or damage to the building. No arrests were made. Police notified the kids' parents and a guardian came to pick each one of them up.
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