Friday, April 6, 2012
The Virginia Pilot reported that the Navy confirmed that both pilots were safely ejected from the jet. Both officers were taken to the hospital, according to reports on the scene.
A spokesperson from the Virginia Beach Fire Department said that fires in two buildings near the crash site have been contained. The Navy confirmed that five civilians and both pilots were taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
The film began appearing in a limited release on March 30 without a rating, and the company had to yield some ground to earn the MPAA’s PG-13 stamp, removing three uses of the F-word from the final cut. The film has already won several positive reviews for it dark portrayal of students who are targeted by their peers.
TMZ reports that Amanda got pulled over after "attempting to pass a cop car" and ending up "sideswiping the vehicle" instead. She was reportedly arrested around 3AM and her bail has been set at $5000.
TMZ also provides paparazzi footage of an apparently drunk, wobbly Bynes getting into the driver's seat of a car outside a club on St. Patrick's Day.
The waitress, Stacy Knutson, said the money was a tip from a customer who knew she was broke and needed the money to help provide for her husband and five children. But the authorities think otherwise and say it is drug money, therefore she can't have it, even though the 90 days have expired, leaving it rightfully hers. But Moorhead's department changed their tune when the 90 days was over and pulled back on the claim she could make.
"I do know that the person gave me what was in that to-go bag," Stacy Knutson, a mother of five who works at the Fry'n Pan restaurant, wrote in the lawsuit filed in March. "Thus as I understand it, it is mine."Since the police went back on their word, the waitress is suing the city of Moorhead for taking the money that should be rightfully hers. It is not just a little pocket change either, this waitress was handed a bag full of money counting out to well over $12,000.
For $900,000, he became the owner of Buford, Wyoming, with a population of one. The buyer, who attended the auction on his first trip to the US, now owns such spoils as a gas station, a convenience store, a 100 year-old- schoolhouse, and a three bedroom home at an altitude of 8,000 feet. The town originally came into existence when the Transcontinental Railroad was built, and once had a couple thousand inhabitants before the train changed paths.
The previous owner plans to write a book about his 20-year reign as “mayor” of Buford.
[Washington Post/Video via: CNN]
Both the best and worst part of going to a baseball game is the concession stand. The game just isn’t the same without beer, popcorn, and hot dogs, but standing in line for hours really ruins the experience.
Well, like almost everything these days, there is now an app for that. ByPassLane is a simple app that allows you to choose and pay for your concessions while at your seats during the game. When your food is ready, you simply get a txt message and pick it up.