A Minnesota woman caught an ice-shattering spectacle known to some as "chandeliering" on camera. Chandeliering happens when the ice on top of a lake starts to melt, breaks into shards, and accumulates on shore.
I've always been a thrill seeker. While I'll go on any thrill ride you put in front of me, there are still many things I want to do like skydiving and para-sailing. But here's one I need to add to the list
The weather has been strange over the past few months, and it looks like it's about to get a whole lot stranger. Many rivers in Genesee County are finally getting back to normal after reaching flood stage or higher last week. Brace yourself for high winds, dangerous lightning and possible tornadoes on top of more flooding.
It's February in Michigan and there is a winter storm watch in effect from Tuesday afternoon through Wednesday. If we get the snow that the weather people are calling for people will be digging out and the big yellow road commission trucks will be out in full force. Hopefully, none of the drivers act like this jerk!
This story got my attention fast because the dog involved is a rat terrier. Four loyal, loving, fun, playful, curious, clever beloved rat terriers live at my house. I would be frantic if one of the dogs pulled a stunt like this.
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