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The weekend is finally here.
In a busy news week, we reported on an Oregon man trapped in the snowThe and a monument that was unveiled honoring abolitionists .
Also,For the first time since 1987, we recommend sleep Will arrive this weekend (don’t forget to spring them ), and mourn the loss of the world And From “Queer Eye”.
But that’s not nearly all.
Below is our weekly Saturday Six, half-dozen news recaps — in no particular order — from the heartwarming to the weird to the tragic, and everything in between.
if youA few things to know before the April 18 deadline. From the story: With six weeks to go before the April 18 federal deadline, and millions of taxpayers who have yet to send their annual returns to the IRS, the tax season clock is ticking. Early returns filed with the IRS so far provide some insight into what to expect this year, from processing times to the size of your refund. Watch the video above.A From the story: Fresh off the theatrical release of “Cocaine Bear,” news of Serval’s drug test quickly led to “cocaine cat” trending on Twitter. The big cat’s name is Amiri. NASA is making an observation . From the story: The asteroid, known as 2023 DW, was only first discovered on February 26, according to the European Space Agency. It’s now been added to the agency’s hazard list, a catalog of space objects that could potentially have some kind of impact on Earth, and because of what scientists have seen so far — it’s currently ranked No. 1 on the list. From the story: A one-on-one slapping contest where opponents hit each other in the face until someone submits or is knocked out. Although competitors have held unregulated matches in smaller venues for years, the contests got a big stamp of approval when the Nevada Athletic Commission sanctioned it as a sport in October. The To increase recruitment efforts during recessions. From the story: Last year, the Army fell nearly 25% short of its recruiting targets since the all-volunteer force began in what its leaders called the most challenging recruiting environment. Army leaders have blamed the shortfall on a lack of knowledge about the military among young Americans and its exposure to it. Finally, a California. From the story: Lee’s Noodle House has been open for 20 years. But financial problems began in 2017 when the deadly Tubbs Fire — then the largest wildfire in California history — ravaged Santa Rosa. Watch the video below.
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