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A Southern California college professor who received wide media attention when she claimed that racists had vandalized and defaced her car with ethnic slurs was charged with filing a false police report and insurance fraud.
Someone claiming to represent the Red Cross has been calling people, telling them they may have been exposed to HIV, but the Red Cross says whoever's making the calls is not in any way affiliated with the organization.
The California state highway patrol, hoping to avoid another epic traffic jam caused by a suicide jumper on a major bridge, wants inventors to design and build a gun that can capture would-be jumpers in a spider-like web.
Doris Gilbert remembers like it was yesterday that day in 1946 when Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower shook her hand, grinned and said: "Go home little girl, and come back when you grow up. We need soldiers like you."
Federal health officials have seized several dangerous pests called Giant African Land Snails from Wisconsin classrooms and have started a national search for the creatures, which reproduce rapidly, destroy plants and can transmit meningitis.