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Bee swarm attack kills Arizona man and injures five people

(CNN) — A man is dead and at least five people were injured after a bee swarm attack in an Arizona neighborhood on Thursday. The man, whose identity has not been released, died after he was among three people "believed to have been stung hundreds of times" by the bee swarm in Marana, the Northwest Fire District said on Facebook.
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Woman charged for teasing grizzlies in Yellowstone in viral encounter

An Illinois woman filmed being bluff charged in May by a Yellowstone National Park grizzly bear while snapping photos is now facing charges. Samantha Dehring has been charged with feeding, touching, teasing, frightening or intentionally disturbing wildlife and violating closures use limits, the Billings Gazette reported Wednesday. Dehring is set...

Royal Family News: The Clown Prince Is Back Again, With “Proof”

Royal Family news reveals Mr. Simon Dorante-Day is known for one thing: trying to show the world that his claims of relation to the royal family are absolutely not absurd. Apart from providing picture comparison as evidence, the 55-year-old Australian has also endeavored to explain how his birth was contrived and hidden.
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Four-star edge Derrick Brown commits to Texas over Baylor

Pass rushers were a serious concern on Texas’ roster going forward. Just to compensate for this season, three transfers were brought in, highlighted by LSU’s Ray Thornton. Pete Kwiatkowski desperately needed to find somebody to get to the quarterback. Three-star Anthony Jones was the first to be locked down. On...
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Fatal early morning stabbing reported in southwest Modesto; police seek information

A man was fatally stabbing at a gathering in southwest Modesto early Saturday morning, according to Modesto police. At around 2:30 a.m. Saturday morning, officers were dispatched to the 2400 block of Crocker Lane in southwest Modesto for reports of a subject who had been stabbed. Officers arrived and found an injured adult male, according to a post on the department’s Facebook page. Through their investigation they learned he had been injured after an altercation at a gathering.

Native News Weekly: Our Top Stories

Welcome to our first edition of Native News Weekly, where we round up the biggest stories published on Native News Online at the end of each and every week. As always, there’s a lot happening throughout Indian Country—an Indigenous icon walked on; the White House met with Native leaders on voting rights; a Native Hawaiian surfer claimed Olympic gold in Tokyo; and say hello to the Cleveland Guardians. All that and much more.
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PHOTOS: New Walt Disney World Logo Apparel Arrives at the Magic Kingdom

This post may contain affiliate links; please read the disclosure for more information. If you’re looking to show off your love of Walt Disney World with your wardrobe, you’re in luck as three new items featuring the resort’s logo have arrived. We found the new clothing at the Emporium in the Magic Kingdom.

Screw The Olympics, Turn On The Lumberjack World Championships

If you need a break from the unpatriotic Olympic mess in Tokyo, click over to ESPN3 for the Lumberjack World Championship finals this Saturday. The Olympics—a time to showcase our national strength and unite as Americans. One might think this fraught and polarized moment would make the Olympics a perfect opportunity for us to come together, sit back, and enjoy watching Americans whoop some ass.