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Driver Makes Every Kid on Her Route Feel Special, Hand-making Each a Toy

Driver Makes Every Kid on Her Route Feel Special, Hand-making Each a Toy

This dedicated bus driver has quite a knack for making her passengers feel special. 43-year-old Trudy Serres is a bus driver for Summit Elementary School in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin. Her second job – which she does for free – is crocheting special toys for every single one of the children on her bus route. style=”display:inline-block;width:300px;height:250px” data-ad-client=”ca-pub-8420654331411867″ […]

How to keep other people off your Wi-Fi network

How to keep other people off your Wi-Fi network

Give digital trespassers the boot. Make sure only welcome guests have access to your Wi-Fi. Stux/Pixabay You don’t want neighbors or passers-by stealing your Wi-Fi any more than you want them stealing your water, electricity, or carefully curated collection of Blu-ray movies. In fact it’s more serious than that—if someone can hook on to the […]

500 men challenged to be Peacemakers at Oxnard Teleios Men’s Mega Summit

500 men challenged to be Peacemakers at Oxnard Teleios Men’s Mega Summit

By Michael Hernandez Pastor Larry Titus, founder and president of Kingdom Global Ministries (established in 1992 as a missions and mentoring organization) brought his Teleios Men’s Mega Summit to New Life Community Church, 1251 N. Rice Ave., (July 7-8) and more than 500 men from Southern California and other states were challenged to become “Peacemakers.” […]

Puppy Abandoned in Airport Bathroom With ‘No Other Option’ is Inundated With Love

Puppy Abandoned in Airport Bathroom With ‘No Other Option’ is Inundated With Love

The owner of Chewy the dog was not happy about abandoning him in the airport bathroom – but she didn’t think she had any other choice. The Chihuahua puppy was left in one of the restrooms of McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas, Nevada with a note that read: “Hi! I’m Chewy! My owner was […]

Monday NASA’s Juno Spacecraft Will Fly Over Jupiter’s Great Red Spot (Video)

Monday NASA’s Juno Spacecraft Will Fly Over Jupiter’s Great Red Spot (Video)

Just days after celebrating its first anniversary in Jupiter orbit, NASA’s Juno spacecraft will fly directly over Jupiter’s Great Red Spot, the gas giant’s iconic, 10,000-mile-wide (16,000-kilometer-wide) storm. This will be humanity’s first up-close and personal view of the gigantic feature – a storm monitored since 1830 and possibly existing for more than 350 years. […]

Baldwin Park pastor whose son was killed by gang violence challenges Teleios Men to love “the city”; be “peacemakers” and “forgive”

Baldwin Park pastor whose son was killed by gang violence challenges Teleios Men to love “the city”; be “peacemakers” and “forgive”

By Michael Hernandez Pastor David Diaz challenged the 500 men in attendance at the Teleios Men’s Summit (sponsored by Pastor Larry Titus of the Texas based Kingdom Global Ministries) at New Life Community Church, 1251 N. Rice Avenue to “love”; be “peacemakers” and “forgive” and “claim their city” for the Lord.” Pastor Diaz, shared how […]

Summer Moments — A Pictorial

Summer Moments — A Pictorial

With the season advancing with sultry nights after sizzling days we can dream of the ocean, the cool wash of our coastal seashores.  Blessed with sandy beaches and one heck of a talented photographer, we invite you to grab an icy lemonade, crank up the air conditioning and dream of those summer moments.  Welcome to […]

Baby Tragically Dies From Sleeping With A Blanket

Baby Tragically Dies From Sleeping With A Blanket

A Washington mother used Facebook to warn other parents why it’s dangerous to let babies sleep with blankets. Jordan DeRosier’s seven-month-old son Sloan was found dead with a blanket wrapped around his head earlier this week. DeRosier has used the social networking site to document her grief and share her experience with others. Blankets are […]

History of Catalina Bison: Hollywood, Tourism and Ecology

History of Catalina Bison: Hollywood, Tourism and Ecology

Countless visitors to Santa Catalina Island off the coast of California take a rough, bumpy ride into the island’s interior in hopes of finding a piece of Hollywood history. “In 1924, approximately 14 bison were brought to the island for the filming of a movie, and they did not end up being in the movie, […]

NASA’s Juno spacecraft is about to peer into the depths of Jupiter’s Great Red Spot

NASA’s Juno spacecraft is about to peer into the depths of Jupiter’s Great Red Spot

We’re getting our closest view ever of the 10,000-mile-wide storm. On July 10, the Juno spacecraft will get close enough to peer beneath the veneer of Jupiter’s Great Red Spot. NASA Humankind has been ogling Jupiter’s Great Red Spot through our telescopes for more than 300 years. The Voyager and Galileo missions brought us closer […]