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$241 million jackpot goes to ‘Shipping 20′ CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa, June 20 (UPI) — Twenty co-workers at the Quaker Oats Co. plant in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, who call themselves “The Shipping 20,” claimed a $241 million Powerball jackpot Wednesday.
Cat-loving robin returns to wild OTSEGO, Mich., June 20 (UPI) — A Michigan woman whose cats took a liking to a wounded robin she found in her yard said the bird had returned to the wild.
Principal dresses as Lady Gaga, milks cow for bet DORCHESTER, Mass., June 20 (UPI) — The principal of a Massachusetts elementary school said he dressed as Lady Gaga to make good on a deal with students to read a total of 10,000 books.
Free beer promotion becomes $1 beer ANCHORAGE, Alaska, June 20 (UPI) — An Alaska airline’s “free beer” promotion ran afoul of state laws and the company will now charge $1 a glass, officials said.
Man’s new wife is perfect kidney match DALLAS, June 20 (UPI) — A Dallas man said it was a “miracle” when his new wife turned out to be a perfect match for the kidney transplant he needs to survive.
Woman blames GPS for golf course driving NORTHBRIDGE, Mass., June 20 (UPI) — A Massachusetts woman accused of drunken driving blamed her GPS device for leading her into a golf course sand trap.
Boy carries ‘homeless’ sign as punishment WALDORF, Md., June 20 (UPI) — A Maryland man said he made his 12-year-old son carry a sign proclaiming him to be “homeless” because he failed to call home as instructed.
Reporter mistakes sex toy for mushroom LIUCUNBU, China, June 20 (UPI) — A Chinese news station said a strange object reported to be a rare double-headed mushroom turned out to be a discarded sex toy.
Michelle Obama makes surprise cafe visit LAS VEGAS, June 20 (UPI) — The manager of a Las Vegas coffee shop said she expects an uptick in business following a surprise visit from first lady Michelle Obama.
Corpse flower blooms in Boston BOSTON, June 20 (UPI) — Boston’s Franklin Park Zoo said its corpse flower, named for the odor its flower gives off, bloomed overnight to welcome the first day of summer.