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Amazing footage of rare shark walking

sharks in the waterPhoto by Ibrahim Rifath (Unsplash) When you think of sharks, you probably think of great white sharks or maybe a tiger shark from a movie. Or maybe you went on vacation and even saw a small shark at a fishing pier. But there is a completely different kind of shark out there: some incredible footage of a walking shark has surfaced.

Rep. Herrera Beutler, who voted to impeach Trump, concedes

OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) — Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler, one of two Republican members of Washington state’s congressional delegation who voted to impeach Donald Trump, has conceded her reelection bid after being overtaken in late vote tallies by a GOP challenger endorsed by the former president. Trump had targeted the six-term incumbent and endorsed Joe Kent, a former Green Beret, in the 3rd Congressional District contest. The district is in southwest Washington, across the border from Portland, Oregon. Herrera Beutler, who was first elected to the U.S. House in 2010, led Kent by about 4,700 votes on election night but her lead shrunk throughout last week, and updated returns put Kent ahead and into the No. 2 spot on Monday night. Once Clark County, the district’s largest, and Thurston Counties updated their tallies Tuesday, Kent led by 928 votes and 22.7% of the vote, and Herrera Beutler was in third place with 22.3% of the vote.

Mizzou football: Brady Cook named Tigers starting QB, Eli Drinkwitz announces

Mizzou has a new starting quarterback for 2022. Tigers coach Eli Drinkwitz named Brady Cook the starting quarterback Tuesday. Missouri released a highlight video of Cook to announce he won the quarterback battle. The sophomore quarterback beat out three other contenders. Tyler Macon, Jack Abraham and Sam Horn were in competition for the starting gig at Mizzou. Cook had the leg up though, filling in for a struggling Connor Bazelak late last season. Bazelak ended up transferring to Indiana this offseason.

Vince Gilligan's Next Show "Couldn't Be More Different" Than Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul

"All Bad things must come to an end." That was the tagline for the final season of creator Vince Gilligan's Breaking Bad, which concluded with 2013's "Felina" after 62 episodes and five seasons on AMC. But the acclaimed and addictive drama, about high school chemistry teacher turned amateur meth cook and drug kingpin Walter White (Bryan Cranston), spawned two spinoffs. There is El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie, which Gilligan wrote and directed to wrap up the story of Heisenberg's criminal accomplice Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul), and the Breaking Bad prequel/sequel Better Call Saul, centered on criminal lawyer Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk).
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Driver, 2 Pedestrians Injured After Collision in San Jose

A driver and two pedestrians were taken to the hospital Tuesday following a collision in San Jose, police said. The collision happened at about 4 p.m. in the area of West Reed Street and Almaden Avenue, according to police. The two pedestrians suffered non-life threatening injuries, police said. The driver...
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Local Coast Guard rescues man in Olympic National Park

PORT ANGELES — The Coast Guard rescued an injured hiker from the beach near Cape Johnson in Olympic National Park Monday afternoon. At 1:50 p.m., Coast Guard watchstanders got a call from the Air Force Rescue Coordination Center relaying a park rangers’ request for assistance in rescuing a 73-year-old man with an apparent leg injury.

Jurors Acquit Man Accused in Motorcycle Crash That Killed 7, Including Former Haverhill Man

A jury Tuesday acquitted a man accused of crashing into and killing seven motorcyclists, including a former Haverhill man, in 2019 on a road in Randolph, N.H. Jurors cleared 26-year-old Volodymyr Zhukovskyy of seven counts each of manslaughter and negligent homicide and reckless conduct after his lawyers made the surprising claim former Haverhill resident and Jarheads Motorcycle Club leader Albert “Woody” Mazza Jr. was himself intoxicated.

Parents still in search of baby formula as shortage continues

EVANSVILLE, Ind. (WFIE) - Parents are still struggling to find baby formula seven months after Abbott Nutrition recalled their formula. According to a report from the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, Abbott, Reckitt Mead Johnson, Nestle and Perrigo control 90% of the market. The United States relies on those manufacturers to provide the baby formula supply.