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Key West Seeks To Ban Vehicle Sleeping

KEY WEST, Fla., (UPI) — Residents of Key West, Fla., who live in their vehicles are objecting to officials seeking to ban “lodging” in vehicles. The Key West City Commission approved the new rules June 5, but the law must still pass a second public hearing and approval before it takes effect, KeysNet.com reported Thursday. […]

Homeless Man To Keep Cash From River

BASTROP, Texas, (UPI) — Officials in Bastrop, Texas, said a homeless man jailed on public intoxication and criminal trespassing charges will receive the $77,000 he found in January. The Bastrop City Council voted 6-0 to return the money to Timothy Yost, 47, who discovered the 70 $100 bills and 40 South African Krugerrand gold coins […]

No Greenwood, Bieber For Kindergarten

NEW YORK, (UPI) — A New York principal criticized for cutting Lee Greenwood’s “God Bless the USA” from a kindergarten graduation has also cut Justin Bieber’s “Baby.” PS 90 Principal Greta Hawkins, who received sharp criticism from parents and other locals when it emerged she decided not to have the kindergarten students sing Greenwood’s patriotic […]

School Offers 'Gender Blind' Dorm Rooms

BUFFALO, N.Y., (UPI) — A New York state university said this fall will see the first time the school has allowed students of different genders to share dorm rooms. University at Buffalo officials said students have been shown to do better academically while living on campus, and they are hoping the move will encourage more […]

Man Pours Gas On Car, Can't Get A Light

HIGH SPRINGS, Fla., (UPI) — Police in Florida said a former gas station employee poured gas on himself and his car at the facility but was unable to obtain a lighter to ignite the fuel. The High Springs Police Department said Kalpeshkumar Patel, 40, of High Springs arrived at the High Springs Chevron gas station […]

Steep Fines, Jail For Lawn Neglect

MASSAPEQUA PARK, N.Y., (UPI) — A New York state village has passed new rules regarding lawn and home cleanliness that could result in fines of up to $10,000 or even jail time. Massapequa Park Mayor James Altadonna Jr. said the new penalties for having unkempt lawns or messy home exteriors are mainly aimed at banks […]

Imposter Crashes Braves Alumni Event

ATLANTA, (UPI) — Former Atlanta Braves players attending the annual alumni reunion said an imposter who attended the event “did not look like he ever played the game.” The former players said the man apparently received an invitation meant for former Braves bullpen coach John Sullivan, who was with the team in 1980 and 1981, […]

Vancouver's $450 Pizza Not A Big Seller

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, (UPI) — The owner of a Vancouver specialty pizzeria offering a delicacy-laden version says at $450 a pop, he’s only sold one, but scaled down $120 versions are moving. The founder of the Steveston Pizza Co., Nader Hatami, told The (Vancouver) Province the simply named C6 pizza is topped with black Alaskan […]

Banned Council Candidate Runs For VP

SOMERTON, Ariz., (UPI) — A woman removed from a city council ballot in Arizona for not speaking English well enough said she is now seeking the U.S. vice presidency. Alejandrina Cabrera, who was banned from running for San Luis City Council due to her poor English skills, was announced Friday as the running mate for […]

Bacon Isn't Just For Breakfast Anymore

MIAMI, (UPI) — U.S. fast-food giant Burger King, banking on an unusual taste combo to bolster its summertime revenues, announced Tuesday the availability of bacon sundaes. Burger King said in a release the decision was made to offer the pork-enhanced soft-serve dessert nationwide for a limited time after it “took Nashville by storm earlier this […]

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