Law of the Land - pastors win challenge to political involvement
Is There a Doctor in the House? - lizard found in hospital sandwich
Armed and Dangerous - waffle shop waitress shoots customer in food dispute
On this day in history: May 13, 1985 - After attempting to serve arrest warrants at 6221 Osage Avenue, police in West Philadelphia are sucked into a 90-minute gunfight with members of the MOVE organization. Later, police drop a bomb on the house from a helicopter. The bomb misses its target and ignites a fire which consumes the entire city block. 61 houses are destroyed in the conflagration, killing 11 MOVE members -- including five children -- and leaving hundreds of neighbors homeless.
Born on this day in history: May 13, 1950 - Stevie Wonder (1950– ) Born in Saginaw, MI, musician superstar Stevie Wonder, a premature baby, was blinded by receiving too much oxygen in the incubator. In 1963, at 12, his single, "Fingertips - Pt. 2" became his first million seller. On his 21st birthday, Wonder renegotiated his contract to gain artistic control. In the 1970s, he released a series of innovative, commercially successful albums that fused progressive rock and soul, social commentary and ballads. Wonder was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 1989.
Scripture of the Day: "You are the light of the world. A city on a hill cannot be hidden." — Matthew 5:14
Video of the Day: Police Car Challenge Part 1 - submitted by Darin
Imagine my surprise when I encountered this scene while driving to my office this morning!
The Red Bluff Car Show will take place this Sunday at the River Park in Red Bluff. This is traditionally a great show in a beautiful venue.
Here are some more images from last Saturday's May Madness, Corning Car Show. Click to enlarge.