Tuesday, September 04, 2012

In the News Today
  • Fighting Back - 92-year-old Verona man shoots intruder at home
  • Emergency! - Teen arrested after calling 911 about his odd dream
  • Sleep Tight - Bedbugs an increasing concern at DNC hotels

    Technology in the News Today
  • Epix Deal Adds New Releases to Amazon Prime Instant Library
  • Anonymous Dumps 1 Million Apple IDs After Alleged FBI Hack
  • HBO Updates 'Go' App, Now Supports Jelly Bean on Android

    Born on this Day in History: September 4, 1949 - American golfer Tom Watson was one of the sport's dominant figures in the 1970s and '80s. Watson competed on Stanford University's golf team while earning his B.A. in psychology. After graduating, he joined the Professional Golfers' Association of America, winning his first PGA event in 1974. He won the Maters twice and was a six-time PGA Player of the Year. He has written several books on golf.

    On this Day in History: September 4, 1886 - Apache chief Geronimo surrenders to U.S. government troops. For 30 years, the mighty Native American warrior had battled to protect his tribe's homeland; however, by 1886 the Apaches were exhausted and hopelessly outnumbered. General Nelson Miles accepted Geronimo's surrender, making him the last Indian warrior to formally give in to U.S. forces and signaling the end of the Indian Wars in the Southwest.

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