When 9-year-old Nicholas Aarsvold found some discarded firewood, he decided it would be perfect to build a fort with. On his mother's instruction, he built the structure in front of their Austin, Texas, home, but in a spot that was mostly obstructed from the road. However that wasn't enough for the Summerwood Homeowners Association, who voted to fine Ramona Aarsvold unless she dismantled her son's handiwork down in the next 10 days.
Josh Sundquist wears a lot of hats. He's a motivational speaker, a best-selling author, a vlogger, former member of the paralympic ski team and US amputee soccer team and the founder of a social networking website for persons with amputations.
He's also a cancer survivor, and it was that disease which took his leg at age 10.
As you have surely heard, Disney bought Lucasfilm yesterday and promptly announced there would be three more Star Wars movies, with 'Episode VII' coming out in 2015.
The latest trilogy is going to pick up where 'Return of The Jedi' left off, meaning Luke, Han and Leia will all (presumably) be back. Of course the actors who played those roles will be 32 years older than they were when 'Return of the Jedi' came out so we don't think they will be cast again, outside of possible flashforward scenes.
When former Marine Shaun Duling met Bolt, a stray Labrador-shepherd mix, the little fella was skittish and hungry. Duling was doing contract work in Afghanistan with a German military unit, and while the Germans had adopted Bolt's sister as their mascot, the less-outgoing Bolt was mostly ignored.
If you've spent time in New York City, you've seen your share of rats. The most common place to spot the unpopular rodents is in the city's subways. Thanks to Hurricane Sandy, many of the subway tunnels are currently flooded, leaving the rats nowhere to go but up.
And according to experts, they will have no problem doing so.
Hurricane Sandy is being called the storm of the century. Being that it is such an unique weather event, nobody is really sure the extent to which its high winds and flooding will damage the East Coast of the United States.
But we may have gotten some insight into the changes to come from a Washington, DC news broadcast. As you can see, NBC 4's cameras captured images of a shirtless horse-headed man jogging through the streets of our nation's capital.
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