ARIZONA: Kiss it and make it better, or in this case, lick it. A 43-year-old man was arrested for assault after he walked a woman to her car and the asked to see here knee. Yes, earlier the knee came in conversation. She had scraped it. He bent down and licked the wound.
FLORIDA; Police went on a chase recently in Miami with a person who was clocked, at one time, driving 120 mph. After all things settled down, it turns out the person that was speeding was late getting to his job as a security guard. Oh, that is his part time gig. his regular job is a police officer. Officer Fausto Lopez was arrested at gunpoint after the high speed chase.
IOWA: It was a bunch of crap, this was. Environmental officials estimated that a recent fish kill was due to a manure spill into a creak, not some global warming, chemical runoff from some big business farmer, like many believed. Iowans didn't think that, others who were nowhere around did.
OREGON: In Eugene, go ahead and sit on those walls in downtown parks. Law enforcement officials has said they will stop issuing tickets, which they started doing in August.
PENNSYLVANIA: The Supreme Court in this state will start using Twitter for those who want to follow its actions. God help us if this spreads.
GEORGIA: They have issued an alert in Macon about the spinymussel. It is being added to the endangered species list.
NEBRASKA: The Grand Island at this airport houses many aviation related item and aircraft. Soon, though shrooms will take over as a tech building will house a booming mushroom industry owned by Gorden and Corey Cline. OK, I threw in booming but I'm not sure.
NEVADA: In what we all hope is not a growing trend because of the economy comes this one. Officials are reported items being stolen from stores and then sold on the Internet. And we are not talkiing about candy bars and such. Many are electronic in nature, but no nature items. Huh?
WASHINGTON D.C.: Over the last three years, gang membership has risen up to 40 percent. The total, they says, is now 1.4 million members. This list includes what FBI uses as street, prison and outlaw motorcycle gangs across the United States.
Many headlines and stories were written about the lonely tree used in "The Shawshank Redemption" after it fell, but this one hardly a breath. The oak tree where Lt. Gen Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson led his troops in prayer in 1862 was brought down by high winds recently.