八月 14 2012

Monster Snake, 17-foot long Python

Monster 17-foot python found in Fla. Everglades -- with 87 eggs. Los Angeles Times 

A giant Burmese python found in the Florida Everglades has set a record for its size, spanning 17 feet 7 inches, and weighing almost 165 pounds. But it wasn't just the outside that set records: Scientists discovered the python was carrying 87 eggs.

Previous records for Burmese pythons captured in the area were 16.8 feet long and 85 eggs, according to the University of Florida.

The snake is just the latest evidence of Florida's growing problem with the exotic, highly adaptable species that has a  foothold in Everglades National Park and increasingly threatens native wildlife. Florida is believed to have the world's worst invasive reptile and amphibian problem. (Last year, a python made headlines when it was found to have devoured a 76-pound whitetail deer.)

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八月 14 2012

Male Model Search for 'The Price is RIght'

'The Price is Right' launches first search for a male model. CNN 

Maybe Scott could be the first male model for 'The Price is Right.'

Have you always wanted to show off flashy cars and cozy new living room sets on national television? "The Price is Right" may be famous for Bob Barker (and now Drew Carey)'s lovely ladies, but now "The Price is Right" is holding a contest to find its first male model.

In the game show's nearly 40-year history, the prizes have almost always been displayed by female models, but now one guy will get to try out the gig for a week on the CBS show, which is currently hosted by Drew Carey.

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八月 14 2012

Backyard Decks Collapse

Rosen Reports: Many backyard decks collapse, experts warn. TODAY 

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Decks are great. You barbecue, invite people over, let the kids play, and we never think twice about it; we assume it’s safe. But experts say people get hurt, even killed, because many decks aren’t built right — in danger of falling apart right under your feet. (Read more)

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Ellie Kay talks on bargaining for purchases and establishing credit
May 19 2011

Ellie Kay talks on bargaining for purchases and establishing credit

Our guest, Ellie Kay is America's Family Financial Expert (www.elliekay.com) and she answered a question on how to bargain for purchases as well as how to establish credit without going into debt. Got a question for Ellie Kay about your finances? Share it here or email scottandkelli@klove.com.

Listen to Ellie Kay here:

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5/19/2011 6:48:10 PM
Tonya Nichols United States
Tonya Nichols
I have a student who is graduating high school and is recieving financial grants & state tops funding, I also would like to return to school to recieve my batchelors. My questions for Ellie is can both my son & myself recieve federal grants for the same household? Sincerely
Tonya Nichols of new orleans La.
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