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Video Shows Walk Through Atlanta Airport During Power Outage20m32s

Video Shows Walk Through Atlanta Airport During Power Outage

A power outage occurred at the Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in Atlanta on Sunday, December 17, stranding passengers, after a fire damaged an underground electrical facility. More than 1,100 flights to and from Atlanta were canceled, with many diverted to nearby airports. Passengers used flashlights on their phones to navigate in the dark, and one person told CNN that the situation “felt totally apocalyptic”. Power was restored to one concourse at around 7:45 pm, more than six hours after the outage occurred in the afternoon. Georgia Power said they were working with the airport and expected to have power reinstated by midnight. A local news outlet reported that Delta Airlines, which uses Atlanta as its busiest hub, had also canceled 300 flights on Monday due to the outage. Credit: YouTube/Michelle Holton via Storyful

Church Breaks Ground on New Worship Center41s

Church Breaks Ground on New Worship Center

Church Episcopal Leaders, Lee County officials, community ministers, congregants, family and friends will gather as Mt. Olive breaks ground on a new $3M facility. Mt. Olive will celebrate 122 years of existence in the community on December 17th and following the 11am service, there will be a celebration and Ground Breaking for a multi-million worship center. This will be the first of its kind for a church in the Dunbar Community Mt. Olive is excited for the opportunity to begin at this new location after 88 years in its present location. The construction will begin in early 2018 and is expectant to take 18 months.

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Published: December 17, 2017
Coast Guard Seizes Nearly 7 Tons of Cocaine26s

Coast Guard Seizes Nearly 7 Tons of Cocaine

The U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Thetis recovered over 1,800 pounds of cocaine and rescued an entangled sea turtle. The crew seized the cocaine valued at over $53 million dollars while on a 68-day Eastern pacific drug control. Coast Guard Ens. Mark Krebs, the pursuit mission commander, said that as his team arrived on scene with the jettison field, they immediately noticed the entangled sea turtle. They saw significant chaffing from the lines on his neck and flippers. They briefed the commanding officer and went to work, carefully cutting the lines wrapped around the sea turtle and then eventually freeing him.

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Published: December 17, 2017
Man Accused of Leading Deputies on Chase29s

Man Accused of Leading Deputies on Chase

A traffic stop turns into a high speed chase on I-75, Saturday afternoon. While attempting to conduct a traffic stop on Collier Blvd against a motorcyclist not equipped with tag lights, Collier County Deputies say the driver failed to stop and increased in speed. The motorcyclist is said to have passed through the toll booth at approximately 90 MPH, turned onto MM 80 and began traveling south on SR 29.

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Published: December 17, 2017
High Speed Chase Ends in Crash27s

High Speed Chase Ends in Crash

22-year-old Estero man was arrested afters leading deputies on a high speed chase and crashing into a fence, according to Collier County Sheriff's Office reports. Benjamin Borchmann was caught driving recklessly Friday night on Collier Blvd South. Deputies say Benjamin made a right turn off Pine Ridge Road and was caught fishtailing. He then continued down Collier Boulevard at a high rate of speed. Deputies say they activated their lights and followed Benjamin traveling at 106 mph. The car continued fueling until it went off the road and crashes into a fence. A deputy held Benjamin at gunpoint until backup arrived on scene. He was transported to Physicians Regional Medical Center and treated for his injures. After being released he was arrested and charged with Fleeing and Eluding.

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Published: December 17, 2017
Woman Admits to Killing Wife, Trying to Hide Body2m27s

Woman Admits to Killing Wife, Trying to Hide Body

A 48-year-old Englewood woman was arrested for allegedly murdering her wife and tampering with the evidence, Sarasota County Sheriff's Office said. The investigation began on Saturday at approximately 3:58 p.m. whe Jessica Winkler called 9-1-1 to report that she murdered her wife. When Deputies arrived on scene they found 51-year-old Rhiannon Layendecker, in the bed of her own truck wrapped in a blanket. Winkler murdered Layendecker during an argument and attempted to dispose her body and other evidence, SCSO said in a report.

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Published: December 17, 2017
Thousands March for Cleaner Air in Southern Taiwan1m48s

Thousands March for Cleaner Air in Southern Taiwan

More than 3,000 protesters took to the streets of Kaohsiung in southern Taiwan on Sunday, December 17, to call for cleaner air and regulation of air quality. This livestreamed footage from the rally shows the participants marching along Kaohsiung’s Bo’ai 2nd Road, waving banners and chanting slogans. According to Taipei Times, ralliers specifically demanded a ban on coal burning and that state-run companies, including Taiwan Power Company, CPC Corporation and China Steel Corporation, reduce pollution emissions by 50 percent within three years. Credit: Facebook/TaiwanAirClear via Storyful

Toddler Hilariously Chants For Dad's Rival Baseball Team49s

Toddler Hilariously Chants For Dad's Rival Baseball Team

Despite his dad’s preference, this toddler knows which baseball team he wants to support! This is what the wife and mother of the two boys told Storyful about the hilarious video: "My husband is a huge Red Sox fan. I grew up in NYC, and my whole family supports the Yankees. We agreed when we started our family in NYC that they would be Boston fans (sort of a compromise) so my son wears a Boston Red Sox hat all the time. One day in the elevator my husband and I heard my 1.8-year-old son singing something under his breath. We finally realized he was saying “Lets Go Yankees.” (It) turned out the doorman in our building had been teaching him to say that as a prank because he always wears his Red Sox hat! My husband quickly tried to rectify the problem as you see in the video, but now my whole family is in on it and determined to make him a Yankees fan!" Credit: Bsnyc1407 via Storyful

Atlanta Airport Power Outage Strands Thousands of Passengers16s

Atlanta Airport Power Outage Strands Thousands of Passengers

A power outage occurred at the Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in Atlanta on Sunday, December 17, stranding passengers for hours, after a fire damaged an underground electrical facility. More than 1,000 flights to and from Atlanta were canceled, with many diverted to nearby airports. Passengers used flashlights on their phones to navigate in the dark, and one person told CNN that the situation “felt totally apocalyptic”. Power was restored to one concourse at around 7:45 pm, more than six hours after the outage occurred in the afternoon. Georgia Power said they were working with the airport and expect to have power reinstated by midnight. Credit: Instagram/newsy_mehtap via Storyful

Angry Cyclist Creatively Downs Scooter1m37s

Angry Cyclist Creatively Downs Scooter

Occurred on December 14, 2017 / Rimini, Italy Info from Licensor: "Luca Motetta is the guy with his bike, Marco poziello and marco Goretti are the guys on the scooter, they hurt the biker and after a verbal insults the cyclist shot them with fireworks. This happened 14 December 2017 in Rimini, Italy"

Travelers Walk Up Stopped Escalator During Atlanta Airport Power Outage14s

Travelers Walk Up Stopped Escalator During Atlanta Airport Power Outage

A power outage occurred at the Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in Atlanta on Sunday, December 17, stranding passengers after a fire apparently damaged an underground electrical facility. Nearly 1,000 flights to and from Atlanta were canceled, with many diverted to nearby airports. Passengers used flashlights on their phones to navigate in the dark, and one person told CNN that the situation “felt totally apocalyptic”. The video shows passengers walking up stopped escalators. Power was restored to one concourse at around 7:45 pm, more than six hours after the outage occurred. Georgia Power said they were working with the airport and expected to have power restored by midnight. Credit: Instagram/sarahmanleyy via Storyful

Indianapolis This Week: December 17, 201721m14s

Indianapolis This Week: December 17, 2017

Governor Holcomb talks about the drug epidemic in Indiana, the insiders discuss Doug Jones' victory over Roy Moore, and the latest on Net Neutrality and how it will impact you.

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Published: December 17, 2017