Though raised 8 inches last year, the 11foot8 bridge is still eating trucks. In the 158th incident filmed at the legendary underpass, it gobbles up the protruding AC units of a large recreational vehicle.
In this footage, a waterlogged bridge collapses on-air during a news report. "I am SO #thankful me and my @FOX46News#photojournalist, @JonMonteFOX46 are okay," wrote reporter Amber Roberts on Twitter after the incident. "I'm sending #prayers up to the people of #Alexander#County impacted by today's #flooding." Wild post-traumatic hashtagging there! READ THE REST
Instagram, the social media platform owned by Facebook, is telling some users today that the election is tomorrow [Bloomberg News]. The election is today. Facebook Inc.'s Instagram said some users may still be seeing a notice saying Election Day is tomorrow, not today. The company said it's a technical issue having to do with caching,… READ THE REST
Police in Aberdeen, Scotland, scrambled to intercept someone reportedly wielding a machete in the street. Upon approach, however, they found that they were carrying a bag of leeks. Police Scotland said it had been established no crime took place and no further action was needed. A spokeswoman confirmed: "A witness reported a man wearing a… READ THE REST
We know that more and more companies and organizations have been moving their operations to cloud-based systems for a while now. And, even if you suspected the COVID-19 pandemic might have fueled that rush to get even more of those home-based employees working in the cloud, you might still be surprised at the overall growth… READ THE REST
There are a handful of gift items that are guaranteed crowd-pleasers. No one has ever turned up their nose at a gift card, for example. And trust us– with the insatiable power needs of the devices each of us tote around daily, quick, easy, lightweight power banks always go over well, too. Before all the… READ THE REST
For hot items, you can already feel the engines revving for Black Friday. Sure, this year, we will probably see a decided lack of retail warriors on the ground charging through Target and Walmart, but don't fool yourself. The online sprees will be just as hot, if not hotter, than ever. Thankfully, there are ways… READ THE REST