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Missing Plane : ‘Pulse signal’ detected in Indian Ocean search

Missing Plane : 'Pulse signal' detected in Indian Ocean search

A Chinese ship involved in the search for the missing Malaysian Airlines plane has detected a pulse signal in the southern Indian Ocean, the Xinhua state news agency reported Saturday. The pulse signal discovered by the Haixun 01 ship had a frequency of 37.5 kHz, the report said. State broadcaster CCTV reported that it was still unclear whether the signal ... Read More »

Deer in the Headlights of a UFO? (Video)

Deer in the Headlights of a UFO?

What some are calling a UFO has perplexed the experts looking at video taken by a Mississippi couple. They were using an infrared camera to capture nighttime images of wildlife on their wooded property. Mysterious lights were caught on camera in February, WLOX TV reported. Friday The lights that appeared in the sky over the 150 acres that Rainer and ... Read More »

Missing Arizona mom Remains Found in 1988 Identified by DNA

Missing Arizona Mom Remains Identified

Through DNA technology, skeletal remains discovered in a remote field in Pinal County in 1988 have been positively identified as an Arizona woman who disappeared more than 25 years ago. Julie Grubaugh, 25, was reported missing by her out-of-state family on Nov. 27, 1986. Grubaugh had recently moved from Michigan to Arizona with her two small children and her ex-husband. Read More »

Nathan Trapuzzano : Man slain outside Indy tire shop was married a year ago

Nathan Trapuzzano

Nathan Trapuzzano, a 24-year-old computer programmer, was married less than a year ago and expecting a baby with his wife, Jennifer, but he was gunned down for no apparent reason early Tuesday on the Westside. Indianapolis police concentrated forces on the neighborhood, merging the southwest and northwest districts and urging the public to scrutinize a security video that shows the ... Read More »

E-Cigarette Poisoning On The Rise, CDC Reports

E-Cigarette Poisoning On The Rise

The number of calls to poison centers involving e-cigarette liquids containing nicotine rose from one per month in September 2010 to 215 per month in February 2014, according to a CDC study published in today’s Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report. The number of calls per month involving conventional cigarettes did not show a similar increase during the same time period. Read More »