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Man killed while trying to get his SUV unstuck from a snowbank

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Officers responded to a call on Wednesday about a vehicle that was stuck in a snowed over parking lot near Losen Stole Creek Park. Upon arriving, the officers found a 62-year-old man repeatedly driving forward and reversing to extract his car from the snow.

After a brief conversation with the man, the officers went to call a tow truck and head back to their vehicles. Not long after, they heard a popping sound and saw smoke coming from the SUV. One officer tried to extinguish the fire while the other repeatedly tried to break into the windows and remove the driver.

Eventually, the officers were able to smash the rear passenger window. However, by that point, the inside of the SUV was fully engulfed in flames. The driver was pronounced dead at the scene. 


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Stock futures rose ahead of Friday’s open, as investors anticipated the latest economic data from the government. This morning at 8:30 a.m., the Labor Department will report how many jobs were added last month. Though that number reflected massive loss in December, economists believe that January will reflect 50,000 new payrolls.

Already this week, investors received better-than-expected initial jobless claims for the previous week.

“The rally’s three pillars actually got stronger,” said Vital Knowledge Founder Adam Crisafulli. “Q4 earnings continue to dramatically exceed expectations, more stimulus is being poured into the economy, and the vaccination pace is accelerating.”

So far this week, each of the three major indexes are tracking for massive gains not seen since November. 


What you need to know about walking for weight loss

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If you’re eating right, drinking plenty of water, and exercising regularly, but the weight just isn’t coming off, you might be making a few exercise mistakes that are stalling your weight loss.

One of those mistakes is you’re not sweating enough. Yes, some activity is better than no activity, but some of your workout routines really need to push you to your limit. When you challenge your body, mind, and muscles, you can kick fat burning into overdrive. So if just walking every day isn’t cutting it, mix in a moderate to high-intensity workout a few times a week to see if you notice a difference.

Another mistake is not fueling your body properly prior to a workout. Some people think it’s best to exercise on an empty stomach, but research shows otherwise. Eating a carb-rich meal approximately 60 minutes prior to your workout can actually enhance your workout performance and boost fat-burning. What are some other exercise mistakes that could be holding you back?


Learning something new comes naturally for many people, while others struggle with retaining new information. If you’re one of the latter, don’t worry! Science is here to help.

There’s been a lot of research into how our brains learn new concepts and process information we wish to remember. And depending on what you’re trying to learn, there are a few techniques that can help you learn it faster and better.

It may come as a surprise, but simple meditation can help you learn. By adopting a mindfulness meditation routine, you’ll retrain your brain to focus on the details around you. It’s a great way to help you realign your perspective when trying to learn.

No surprise, but getting plenty of sleep is also a great way to boost your ability to learn. Everyone is different, so be sure to figure out how many hours of sleep you need to feel fully rested and aim to hit that number at least every weekday.

And there’s plenty of other science-backed hacks to help you learn something new at a faster rate. Try them all out and see which ones work for you!


The first Marvel superhero made it on the big screen

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In our lifetimes, it’s hard to imagine a time where Marvel wasn’t dominating the Big Screen.

But it was real – until this day back in 1944, a Marvel movie had never been filmed.

And that big premier was for Captain America on this day in 1944.

Here’s a brief overview of what viewers of this first Marvel movie were expecting:

“Superhero Captain America battles the evil forces of the archvillain called The Scarab, who poisons his enemies and steals a secret device capable of destroying buildings by sound vibrations.”

Now, compare that to the modern Captain America…

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