Catfish caught in Tuscarawas river, just over 500lbs
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Uhrichsville man fishing the Tuscarawas river just below the water treatment plant in Dover, got a big surprise Friday evening. While fishing with friends, the man thought he had a snag but to his surprise he hooked into a 502lb Catfish .. The man said "I just knew using a 20 lb of beef jerkey as bait, i wold have to catch something"!
Woman Slays Gator with Butter Knife The Ohio river is known for it's vast selection of weird fish and creatures in the water. People have seen everything from small fresh water sharks to Alligator Gar. Well now you can add Alligators to that list. On July 23rd 2017 Ben Shoemaker and his family were swimming in the Ohio river when they noticed something in the water. Ben told us "it was a hot humid day so we decided to take a dip". He said "at first I thought it was a log. That sucker must have been at least 9ft long, he was huge". Ellen Shoemaker, (wife of Ben Shoemaker) said. The next day; however, local woman, Lauri Dukes, was picnicking in River park when she spotted the behemoth Gator sunning on the park's shore. The only weapon, Ms. Duke, had was a butter knife, which she was using to spread mayonnaise on a sandwich. Realizing the Gator was a threat to the community, she stealthily creeped up on the Gator and killed it with a swift stab through the eye with her butter knife. Ms. Duke, added all her family would be receiving Gator skin boots for Christmas this year.
The amount of your fine will depend on the model of your vehicle beginning in 2018 If you are caught speeding, the amount of your fine will depend on the model of your vehicle. The more expensive the vehicle, the more expensive the fine will be. The photographs taken by radars will be able to determine the model of the car, motorcycle, or truck. The cheapest vehicles will be fined lightly, whereas high-end vehicles will face much heavier fines. This measure acknowledges the inequality between those “who can afford” to pay the fines and those who “suffer” under the repressive system. Thus, the wallets of the most well-to-do will be hit just as hard as those of the most humble. The measure promises to reduce delinquency on the road by the wealthy, thus eliminating the feeling of impunity shared among more and more drivers.
Donald Trump: "Anchor babies" aren't American citizens Donald Trump doesn't believe babies born in the United States to undocumented immigrant parents are American citizens. "I don't think they have American citizenship and if you speak to some very, very good lawyers -- and I know some will disagree, but many of them agree with me -- and you're going to find they do not have American citizenship," Trump said Tuesday in an interview with Fox News' Bill O'Reilly. "We have to start a process where we take back our country. Our country is going to hell." Trump claims that those born on U.S. soil to illegal immigrants don't have full citizens' rights. "What happens is they're in Mexico, they're going to have a baby, they move over here for a couple of days, they have the baby," he told O'Reilly. Trump asserted, "Many lawyers are saying that's not the way it is in terms of this," and went on to say, "They are saying it is not going to hold up in court. It will have to be tested but they say it will not hold up in court." The GOP presidential hopeful does not, however, support amending the Constitution to repeal birthright citizenship, saying it would be a "long process." "I think it would take too long," he told Fox News. "I'd much rather find out whether or not anchor babies are citizens because a lot of people don't think they are. We're going to test it out." Trump will begin the process to locate and deport illegal immigrants along with "Anchor Babies" as early as next week. Any immigrant who has illegally overstayed a visa or entered the country illegally, along with any children of illegal immigrants, no matter what age or how long they have resided in the United States, will be deported beginning as early as mid-February.
Two Great White Sharks found swimming in Mississippi River Near Saint Louis, Missouri. While it is not entirely impossible, it is incredibly uncommon for salt water dwelling creatures to stay for lengthy periods of time in fresh water. However, two Great White Sharks have managed to survive the trip and make their way up the Mississippi River somehow. Believed to have started as a mating couple, the two are assumed to have swam the 920 mile journey from the mouth of the Mississippi River that is connected to the Gulf Of Mexico. Officials in Saint Louis have contacted the Missouri Conservation Department and will likely have a team in the river soon to capture the two lost sharks.
Rio grande valley will see snow for the 3rd time in history The rio grande valley is expecting heavy snow this winter says chief meteorologist ******** as the radars pick up what looks like a huge storm "make sure your ready"