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Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s iconic style is going to change. Word from Buckingham Palace says the Queen’s new threads are going to remove what?
The palace said Wednesday the decision does not mean the queen will dispose of all the fur outfits she already has. The palace statement says "the queen will continue to re-wear existing outfits in her wardrobe." The decision pleased animal rights activists, who have sometimes criticized the monarch for the fur pieces in her collection of designer clothes. Claire Bass, director of the Humane Society International/UK, says "we are thrilled Her Majesty has officially gone fur-free." She says the queen's decision will send a positive message that fur is no longer considered fashionable.
A student in Minnesota has come back into the good graces of a major food brand that is allowing him to make the trip into Iowa to collect what item to bring back and resell?
Jayson Gonzalez, 21, of Champlin, Minnesota, would drive 270 miles (430 kilometers) to a Krispy Kreme store in Clive, Iowa, pack his car with up to 100 boxes, each carrying 12 doughnuts, then drive back up north to deliver them to customers in Minneapolis-St. Paul. He charged $17 to $20 per box. He said some of his customers spent nearly $100 each time. Gonzalez said he did not receive a discount from the store in Iowa where he bought the doughnuts.
More than 36-hundred of what has been captured in Florida under an effort to control the invasive species in the Everglades.
Gov. Ron DeSantis said Monday the Python Action Team had removed 1,000 pythons from the wild. That's on top of the 2,600 removed by the state's python elimination program, which recruits hunters from around the state.
Christmas time comes with lots of seasonal smells, chestnuts roasting on open fires, the fresh scent of pine cones, peppermint, and hot cocoa. One company is hoping to add their signature smell under your Christmas tree with a wrapping paper that smells like what?
In order to score the sausage scented paper, you’ll have to participate in Jimmy Dean’s recipe exchange program.
Anyone with unpaid parking fines at the University of Alaska Anchorage campus has the option to reduce or cover the cost of their tickets with:
The University is saying that people can use PB&J payments to cover up to 2 citations in the last 45 days. One jar gets you a $10 credit, 3 jars covers $35 and 5 jars offer a $60 credit.
- Trump designates elite Iranian military force as a terrorist organization
- Scientists just captured a record 17-foot-long python in Florida
- Prosecutor plans diversion program for low-level suspects
- Homeland Security Sec. Nielsen resigns amid border turmoil
- Hill Air Force Base cited as most at risk in climate change rankings