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Getty Images, photo by Joe Raedle
Getty Images, photo by Joe Raedle

Man Falls Out of Small Plane at 2,000 Feet Over Ocean Near Miami

A call came into the Federal Aviation Administration in Miami about 1:30pm on Thursday from the pilot of small Piper PA 46 aircraft yelling "Mayday, Mayday, Mayday!" The reason for the panic was he had a passenger fall out of his plane at about 2,000 feet over the ocean.

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Getty Images, photo by Scott Cunningham
Getty Images, photo by Scott Cunningham

Randy’s College Football Wrap UP, Week 12

It’s already week 12 in college football and the upsets keep coming meaning the BCS standing will be juggled around again this week. It’s a year when you say ‘wow, they played so good last week, what happened this week?’

#1 Alabama beat Mississippi State 20-7 but didn’t look like the #1 team in the nation as they have the past few weeks. ‘Bama had four turnovers in the game that

Getty Images, photo by George Frey
Getty Images, photo by George Frey

The Number of Women Hunters on the Rise

The number of women hunters has gone up in the last 6 years by 25% since 2006. More and more women in the U.S. are spending time in the deer stand and tree blind. Many outdoor companies are stocking more and more women’s apparel and accessories to meet the demand.

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Getty Images, photo by Gregory Shamus
Getty Images, photo by Gregory Shamus

Randy’s College Football Wrap Up, Week 10

It is week 10 in College Football and #1 Alabama had the week off. On October 5th the Michigan Wolverines beat Minnesota to win the oldest division rival trophy, ‘The Little Brown Jug’, but this Saturday they lost to Michigan State and the Spartans won the second oldest division rival trophy ‘The Paul Bunyan Trophy’. State won 29-6.

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William Thomas Cain, Getty Images
William Thomas Cain, Getty Images

Getting The House Ready For Winter

I took advantage of this sunny and warm November day to get my mobile home ready for old man winter. People who know me, know that I am far from being handy with any sort of manual labor. However, there were a few easy things I could do to get my mobile home ready for winter. You can too!

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Deer B & W
Photo by Rick Turcotte

Maine Deer Hunting Season Starts Nov. 2!

You've been waiting all year for this! This week, you've been cleaning your gun, finding your heat packets for your boots and hands, siting your rifle, heading to Hussey's to buy ammunition, dousing things with 'deer in heat' scents...

You're a hunter.

And proud of it!

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Getty Images, photo by David Becker
Getty Images, photo by David Becker

National Parks in Need of Repair but Money is Being Wasted

We were all upset during the government shutdown that the National Parks were closed and it was right to be upset. But a new report from Oklahoma Senator Tom Coburn on National Parks wasting money is even more upsetting.  Many parks are in need of repair with a maintenance backlog of $2 billion.

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Getty Images, photo by John Gress
Getty Images, photo by John Gress

Randy’s College Football Wrap Up

Alabama at #1 had a slow start to the year but lately they have been playing like a number one team. They had no trouble with Tennessee in a 45-10 win. Both offensively and defensively the Crimson Tide looks good. Florida State jumped to Number 2 after last week’s impressive win on the road against Clemson and they look like a number two beating North Carolina State 40-17.

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Getty Images,photo by Tim Boyle
Getty Images,photo by Tim Boyle

Cable Repairman Saves Two Lives in One Week

Vincent Ceniseroz works for Comcast Cable in Capitola, California, fixing internet systems and television cable. But lately he has been in the business of saving lives, not once, but twice. The 53 year old works around the Santa Cruz County area and a week ago saved a man who had a diabetic attack and within the same week he saved a woman who crashed her car.

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Getty Images, photo by Kansas City Star
Getty Images, photo by Kansas City Star

14 Year Old Girl Finds 3.85-Caret Canary Diamond

The Crater of Diamonds State Park is in Murfreesboro, Arkansas. It’s a place where you can look for diamonds, the only place of its kind in the world. If you’re lucky you might find something like 14 year old Tana Clymer did.

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