The delivery service is investigating a photo posted online this week of a topless woman posing in a UPS shirt with the caption “look at my naughty time from yesterday.”
He had to because the dog was getting big and he was worried for his youngest child. But the story had a happy ending.
New video appears to show the extremely large and deadly EF-5 tornado from El Reno, Oklahoma on May 31, 2013. It measured 2.6 miles at its widest point.
Updated: A violent storm formed west of Oklahoma City late Friday afternoon and produced several tornadoes that left at least eighteen people dead, officials said. A Weather Channel employee is among the injured.
UPDATE: The Oklahoma City medical examiner’s office confirmed 24 deaths on Tuesday morning, a sharp decline from what had been previously been reported.
National Weather Services reports that today’s tornado near Oklahoma City sustained winds topping 200 mph.
A mile-wide tornado touched down in suburbs of Oklahoma City Monday afternoon, tearing through homes and businesses.
“No one’s backing down, that’s for sure,” one organizer said.
James Harden happily played a sixth-man role in Oklahoma City for three years, and left through no fault of his own. But in his first game back, OKC acted like a drunk ex-boyfriend.
“I have a great idea. Let’s make a T-shirt for Oklahoma City Thunder fans that reminds them of one of the few painful moments in franchise history.” (This is something someone must have said in a real-life business meeting.)
With the series tied at one game apiece, anything can happen. Let these totally scientific charts break it down for you.
Get an increasingly close glimpse of Pat Riley and Alonzo Mourning looking mad as hell as the Heat fall further behind.
Some people’s basketball cards are just more valuable than others.
A strange new claim from one of the newsletters that have dogged the libertarian’s bid. The reporter who dug up the newsletters, special to BuzzFeed.
Fred’s Food Mart in Oklahoma City was robbed by a man wearing a Spider-Man mask. Not cool, Spidey. (via.)
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Stunning footage from a news team caught in one of the tornadoes near Oklahoma City. Power poles dance in midair as their vehicle is swept off the road. The crew from KFOR miraculously survived without injury. Others across the region weren’t so lucky. This twister was one of more than 30 that struck Oklahoma, Kansas and Arkansas last night. At least 13 people are dead.
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