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  • Kathryn Patterson

Freaky Friday News: February 19, 2016


Justice Antonin Gregory Scalia Died This Week

A 5-Year-Old Saves Her Blind Grandmother from a House FireThis past Wednesday morning, Chloe Woods and her grandmother, 76 year-old Claudia Arceneaux,

Time for Yosemite's Firefall


Every year during the middle to end of February, Horseshoe Falls in Yosemite look as though the water has turned to lava during sunset.   This phenomena is the result of the angle of the sun, though there needs to be enough water and clear skies for firefall to occur. If the weather is too cold for the snow to melt, or the sky is cloudy, then the waterfalls just looks like a waterfall.

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