Most of us have experienced flight delays, but probably none like this! Flights were temporarily halted at New York's John F. Kennedy Airport on Wednesday morning after about 150 turtles ambled onto a runway. JetBlue first tweeted news of the slowdown: "JFK is experiencing delays as the airport clears turtles off the runway."
Port Authority spokesman Ron Marsico said flights were delayed only about 15 minutes.
“We had about 150 turtles coming out of the bay this morning," said Marsico. "They crossed the runway to a sandy beach area to lay their eggs."
A Rochester, NY woman has opened a firestorm after she was arrested while videotaping a traffic stop by a Rochester Police officer.
As you will see in the video a person was pulled over for an unknown traffic offense. This woman was on her own property filming what was going on. When the officer noticed her there he asked her to please go inside her house. The woman refuses after multiple request to do so.
In game 4 of the NBA finals, Dirk Nowitzki led his Dallas Mavericks team to victory over the Miami Heat, despite suffering from a 101-degree fever and looking visibly sick at times.
It was the kind of performance that sports writers love to wax poetic about. But that didn't impress Heat superstars Dwyane Wade and LeBron James. In fact, right before game 5, a camera caught the duo making fun of Nowitzki's illness by fake coughing and sneezing.
Shaquille O'Neal, one of the most dominating and entertaining centers in NBA history, has announced his retirement. Never one to shy from the limelight, the star broke the news in a short video he made.
But despite complaints from her mother and sisters (mostly her mother), Braxton stayed true to her inner-diva, telling the table, "I'm Toni Braxton, b****. I don't care what other people think. It's about what I think about myself."
In his upcoming autobiography, 'The Big Fight: My Life In and Out of the Ring,' boxer Sugar Ray Leonard, who won titles in five different weight divisions during his storied career, reveals that he was sexually abused as a teenager by a "prominent Olympic boxing coach."
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