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SAN FRANCISCO (AP) â€” A man has been arrested on suspicion of drunken driving after authorities say he drove his car into the pedestrian walkway on the Golden Gate Bridge and got it struck there.
Bridge spokeswoman Priya David Clemens told KTVU that the crash at 5:30 a.m. Tuesday wasn't directly related to the heavy rain in the San Francisco Bay Area.
The bridge walkway was empty when the wreck occurred. The motorist suffered minor injuries, but no one else was hurt.
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The Community Dinner Table (CDT) needs hams and turkeys.
"We are about 50 turkeys short this year and any assistance would be appreciated," said Ronda Cheatham, chair of the Christmas Box distribution.
"This is the first year, in the seven years she has been involved in the Christmas Box distribution, that we have needed to make a last minute plea for hams and turkeys," she said. "We are planning for 350 Christmas and have over 300 pre-registered."
Three hundred fifty is the normal number of boxes distributed each year.
There are several ways to help.
GALLOWAY, New Jersey (AP) â€” Police say a deer burst through the front doors of a New Jersey home, darted through the residence and ransacked the master bathroom.
Galloway police received a 911 call at around 3:30 p.m. Saturday from a woman reporting that a deer ran through her house while she was putting sweet potatoes in the oven. The woman said she followed the deer into the back of the house and locked it in a bathroom.
Student leaders at Blackfoot High School (BHS) spent part of Monday afternoon purchasing toys that will be distributed through the Children's Community Christmas Project.
"I like to help the community," said Kate Wheeler, president of the Blackfoot Student Council.
The student leaders said they had a good time working with this project.
"We filled five carts with toys," said Jaren Evans.
Blackfoot students purchased and contributed about $2,000 worth of toys.
The toys are for a variety of ages, from teen to babies.
JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) â€” Trout numbers on the Snake River below Palisades Reservoir declined an estimated 32 percent during the past year.
Below Palisades, where the Snake is known as the South Fork, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department estimated the number of trout per river mile at 3,671 this year.
But Idaho Fish and Game Department regional fisheries biologist Brett High says the downward trout trend on the Snake's South Fork isn't as grim as it appears,
High told the Jackson Hole News & Guide that trout numbers were at record highs last year in that area of the river.
LOS ANGELES (AP) â€” Some silken-haired beauties are eager sidekicks to motorcycle riders, wind whipping their thick locks as passers-by watch the wild ride with envy. That is until the slobber starts.
These passengers are pooches â€” mastiffs, Labradors and Chihuahuas often clad in goggles and tiny leather jackets that fly along in blimp-shaped buckets attached to the side of motorcycles. They are set apart from other pets by speed instead of breed.
When Dave Phillips, CEO of Blackfoot's Nonpareil, called Mountain View Middle School to say he had some science equipment to donate, he wasn't kidding.
Principal Wes Jensen and school's four science teachers (Randy Hickman, Eileen Huestis, Dennis Hansen and Alan Southern) have not been able to quit smiling over the boxes of test tubes, flasks, thermometers, funnels, beakers, cylinders wash bottles (and more) delivered to the school on Thursday.
The Idaho Education Association (IEA) has filed a civil lawsuit against the Snake River School District and Superintendent Mark Gabrylczyk on behalf of former teacher Elaine Asmus.
Until last summer, Asmus was a science teacher in the Snake River School District where she taught almost 30 years.
The suit was filed in Federal District Court on Wednesday and will be heard before U.S. District Court Judge B. Lynn Winmill.
The school district has 30 days to "answer to the complaint" after it is served, said IEA Region Director Maggie Calica.