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    Defense Commissary Agency awards Team nLogic and Harris Network infrastructure services contract

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – nLogic was awarded a small-business set-aside contract by the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) to provide the Defense Commissary Agency (DeCA) with network infrastructure services. nLogic, with teammate Harris IT Services, will provide network infrastructure support for 245 globally dispersed commissaries and 7 central distribution centers that support the Department of Defense (DoD) military forces and retirees. The integrity and reliability of this infrastructure will help fulfill DeCA’s mission objectives. nLogic and Harris IT Services are longstanding partners […]

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    Texas police release terrifying video of woman forced into trunk at gunpoint

    ARLINGTON, Tx. — This terrifying video of a woman at a drive-up ATM who was confronted at gunpoint and forced into the trunk of her own car has now been released by police in the hope of catching the armed robber. Police in Arlington, Tx. said a woman called 911 early in the morning on Jan. 14, reporting that she had just escaped after being kidnapped. The woman told police she had arrived at an ATM and was making a withdrawal […]

  • Two great events coming to downtown Huntsville Jan. 24

    There are some great pop-up events in Downtown Huntsville this Saturday, Jan, 24! The Pop-Up Shoppe will feature several Clinton Row businesses and will be held at The Vibe Downtown. This will be a great event to network, shop and hangout with friends. This event will last from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. There is also a free Vertical Records House Party from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Downtown Huntsville Inc. office, which is located at 127 Washington St. NE […]

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    Florida daycare worker charged after video shows her kicking toddler in head

    PASCO COUNTY, Fla. — A daycare worker in Florida has been accused of intentionally kicking a toddler while the child was sleeping. The 15-month-old girl was in the care of Linda Klem, 49, at Kids Stop and Play Daycare when the incident happened on Saturday, WFLA reported. The child’s mother told police that when she picked up her child, the toddler had an abrasion under her eye and on the side of her face.  Surveillance video obtained by police showed […]

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    Vietnam veteran enabled the rescue of downed fighter pilot

    Retired U.S. Air Force Major Joseph L. Viviano, Jr. entered service from Louisiana and served on active duty for twenty-one years. Major Vivanio is the recipient of two awards of the Distinguished Flying Cross. On August 23 and again on September 2, 1968, he distinguished himself by performing acts of heroism while participating in aerial flight in the Republic of Vietnam. On August 23, he flew his unarmed helicopter into an extremely hostile area from which he had just received […]

  • Ridgecrest Elementary students honor local heroes

    Parents and teachers were thrilled to watch  students at Ridgecrest Elementary School honor local heroes. Seventy-five fifth graders received their certificate of completion from a 10 week civic, character, and social studies program that insists, “when you honor a hero, you become a hero.” The Super Citizen Program allowed students to nominate, vote for, and honor people with character traits they learned about. Some of those honored were: volunteer teacher and travel nurse Catherine Chambers, cafeteria worker Ruth Brown ,and Manna […]

  • U.S. Space & Rocket Center opens National Geographic Theater

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – You may have noticed the new sign in front of the Space & Rocket Center — it officially opened its very own National Geographic Theater. This theater is under the Saturn V Hall and separate from the Imax. The new theater will show different National Geographic films throughout the year.

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    Video: What are McDonald’s french fries really made of?

    Do they use real potatoes? Are they mashed and formed in a mold? They’re world-famous, but what are they made of? McDonald’s has pulled back the curtain to give you an inside look at how its signature fires are made. *Watch how McDonald’s french fires are made in the video above* Video: What are McDonald’s Chicken McNuggets really made of?

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    Animal workers save cat shot through head with arrow

    FAYETTEVILLE, Arkansas – Workers with Fayetteville Animal Services saved a male cat on Wednesday morning who had been shot through the head with an arrow. The cat is being cared for by a veterinarian, according to Anthony Rankin, manager of the Animal Services Program for the city of Fayetteville.  The cat came in around 9 a.m. and was out of surgery and in recovery an hour later, KFSM reports. Most of the damage to the cat is in its sinus […]

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    Vacuum salesman invited to birthday for a child with autism, moves room to tears

    CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, Va. — Since Dylan Johnson was 2 years old, he has had a passion for vacuum cleaners. Dylan, who has autism, was never into “normal” toys, his mother Jodie told WTVR. The middle school student turned 14 over the weekend and celebrated his birthday with a party that included close friends, family and a vacuum salesman. In an effort to help make her son’s birthday special, Dylan’s mother sent an email to the Kirby Company, the Cleveland-based makers […]

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    Rice University student transforms dorm room into ball pit

    HOUSTON, Texas (WGN) — A Rice University Student in Houston remodeled his dorm room, but not for studying. He’s filled it with balls– thousands of plastic balls. David Nichol’s room looks more like a ball pit, like the ones you see at an arcade. He says he spent $500 on about 13,000 colorful, plastic balls. “A lot of people are like why but then you think about it for a second, wait, no that just sounds awesome,” said Nichol. But […]

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    81-year-old Texas man cashes in 500 pounds of pennies

    SLATON, Texas — One man from Texas took that old Benjamin Franklin saying “a penny saved is a penny earned” to heart. 81-year-old Ira Keys started collecting pennies when he was 17-years-old. It was a collection his dad encouraged. After 65 years of saving, he collected 500-pounds worth. He finally cashed in his collection. It took the bank employees an hour to count it all. The grand total: $816 Keys says he’ll start all over again.


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