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As a local journalist, walking through the doors of your employer is typically the only certainty you're guaranteed of on any given day. Once you walk through those doors, you never know what lies ahead. This was especially the case for FOX 26-TV Houston reporter John Donnelly on Wednesday, March 1. In a "man on the street" interview, Peterson can be heard responding to a question that was previously asked by Donnelly. Donnelly, in typical reporter fashion, then wraps up the interview saying, "your name?" "Adrian Peterson," Peterson replied.
***Editor's note: you can watch the video of the game-winning shot by clicking the blue file link above*** LANGDON, N.D. -- It was the kind of shot you would take just for fun before or after practice, or maybe even at the end of your own driveway playing a friendly game of P-I-G with the old man. But on a cold, Monday night in Langdon, N.D., Kyler McGillis' 3/4-court, game-winning shot had much more on the line: Perfection.
The Minnesota Department of Public Safety released a dashcam video Tuesday showing a semitruck narrowly avoiding a collision with two different state troopers in Inver Grove Heights, Minn. The video shows the semitruck slamming on the brakes while driving in snowy, icy conditions, causing the semitruck to spin off the road. Dashcam audio can be heard from the trooper inside the vehicle paging the trooper in front of him saying: "Look out! Look out! Look out!" Thankfully, the semitruck came to a stop in between the two state trooper vehicles and no one was hurt.