School’s favorite cookie banned from cafeteria

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Sign warns drivers to slow down for turtles
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Sign warns drivers to slow down for turtles
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How can a bright yellow cat be worth $400 million?
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How can a bright yellow cat be worth $400 million?
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Who wouldn't play baseball for $25 million a year!
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Would you grow a beard if you could?
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What is that thing? It's a popular pet in Cuba
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Would you pay to put your music on the moon?
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Ballet survives in war-torn Iraq
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Ballet survives in war-torn Iraq
Getting animals to dazzle on screen is a wild job For animal trainers on film sets, the job can be wild. Getting snakes on a plane takes a bit of heat or light, but cajoling a bear to perform for the camera can require buckets of fried chicken. Casey the bear, seen in "Evan Almighty" and other movies, had that demand writt... - Posted on September 22, 2014
China creates sidewalk for people who walk and text The Chinese city of Chongqing has created a smartphone sidewalk lane. It's a path for those who are messaging and tweeting to watch where they're going. The property manager says it's intended to remind people that it's dangerous to tweet while walking the street. "Th... - Posted on September 19, 2014
Why do songs get stuck in our heads? Ah, yes, the evil ear worm, which sometimes has our hearing seemingly sticking on the same song, over and over. Polls show that a stunning 90% of us have experienced these hearing parasites and nine out of 10 report having them at least weekly. Who remembers these classic ... - Posted on September 16, 2014
How do you fix a panda’s tooth? Very carefully The San Diego Zoo's giant female panda has been known to chew on bamboo up to 12 hours a day. So when Bai Yun chipped a lower tooth, veterinarians had to fix it. The 23-year-old panda went to the dentist Wednesday. She got a shot to make her numb and got the chip repaired, a... - Posted on September 15, 2014
Everybody used to wear jeans. But not anymore. Americans' obsession with jeans is beginning to wear thin. Jeans long have been a go-to staple in closets across the country. Not many pieces of clothing are so comfortable they can be worn daily, yet versatile enough to be dressed up or down. But sales of the iconic ... - Posted on September 11, 2014
Are you ready to speak up against bullying? Cartoon Network is challenging the public to tell the world "I speak up" in a chorus of 1 million videos. Participants are invited to say those three words into their mobile devices. Then share their videos at www.StopBullyingSpeakUp.com, as well as to their own social media platfo... - Posted on September 9, 2014
Is a bigger iPhone coming next week? Apple's latest product launch will be in a setting that holds a special place in its history. It may be a sign of how big this event is for the company. The Sept. 9 launch is expected to feature a larger iPhone and possibly a computerized watch. It will be in the Silicon Val... - Posted on September 4, 2014
Abercrombie & Fitch decides to lose the logo The Abercrombie & Fitch logo has lost the power it once wielded. Abercrombie & Fitch Co. reported weak sales this week. More teens are shopping elsewhere. The company is trying to stock trendier clothing and that means stripping off the once-prized Abercrombie... - Posted on September 3, 2014
Teen reveals designs at New York Fashion Week At the age of 9, Isabella Rose Taylor — a painter since she was 3 — took a weeklong sewing class. She was especially interested in incorporating textiles into her artwork. She quickly discovered a love for fashion design as well so she took the class twice more that summer. Now... - Posted on September 1, 2014
Little Leaguers meet Big Leaguers in Phila. The 13-year-old star female pitcher, Mo'ne Davis, and her Taney Dragons teammates who thrilled Philadelphians — and many others — at the Little League World Series got to meet their favorite major league team Wednesday night. The Philadelphia Phillies hosted a tribute to... - Posted on August 29, 2014
What turned a lobster blue? A Maine lobsterman says he and his 14-year-old daughter caught a one-in-two-million crustacean: a blue lobster. WCSH-TV reports Jay LaPlante of the Miss Meghan Lobster Catch company caught the creature in Scarborough on Saturday morning. LaPlante and daughter Meghan were hau... - Posted on August 29, 2014
Would you pay $3,200,000 for a comic book? A rare, nearly flawless copy of the first edition of a Superman comic book has sold for a super-powered price, $3.2 million. New York comics dealers Stephen Fishler and Vincent Zurzolo said they submitted Sunday's record-setting bid in the eBay auction. Action Comics No. 1 ... - Posted on August 28, 2014
Watching others play video games the next big thing Video games have been a spectator sport since teenagers crowded around arcade machines to watch friends play "Pac-Man." And for decades, kids have gathered in living rooms to marvel at how others master games like "Street Fighter II" and "Super Mario Bros." But today there's... - Posted on August 28, 2014
Ever wonder why school starts so early? (Hint: $$$) Pediatricians have a new prescription for schools: later start times for teens. Delaying the start of the school day until at least 8:30 a.m. would help curb their lack of sleep, which has been linked with poor health, bad grades, car crashes and other problems. That's what ... - Posted on August 27, 2014
School’s favorite cookie banned from cafeteria A favorite, and locally famous, cafeteria treat is off the menu forever in one northeast Ohio school system because of new federal nutritional guidelines. The government's edict to provide healthier foods and cut fats and cholesterol will put an end to the sale of the Elyria... - Posted on August 26, 2014