BREAKING: Stabbing Reported at Morgan State University, 3 Football Players Injured

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Justin George and Justin Fenton Three Morgan State University football players were stabbed on campus Tuesday afternoon, one of whom was seriously injured, according to Baltimore Police Commissioner Anthony W. Batts.

The incident happened in the area of a football field and residence halls, around 2:05 p.m. A police spokesman said a male was stabbed in the chest and taken to a hospital in very serious condition. Two other people were also injured.

Batts, who visited the scene, confirmed the victims were campus football players. He said a fourth person was involved and could be a suspect or person of interest.

He said police were assessing the situation and working with Morgan State University police. Read the rest of this entry »


[VIDEO] KABC Gets Pranked!

From our Los Angeles Bureau, ABC7 reporter Robert Holguin sends us this link: ABC 7 gets pranked during coverage of a water main break in UCLA.  Find out what DWP Spokesman “Louis Slungpue” had to say!

VIDEO: KABC Gets Pranked! | Tim Conway Jr on KFI AM 640


The Oldest Working Infrastructure in America

Pop-Mech has a great slide show featuring America’s industrial-age backbone, an illustrated display of assorted historic engineering feats. Here’s one example. Go here to see the rest…

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Water System: Philadelphia Water Department

The City of Brotherly Love has one of the oldest water systems in the United States. While the pipe that broke two weeks ago was built in 1895, the average age of a Philly water line is 78 years, and the wastewater lines average 100 years old, according to the city\’s water department. Eighty-seven percent of the more than 3000 miles of water mains are made of cast iron, which was the preferred building material until the 1960s. Drawing water from the Schuylkill and Delaware rivers, the system supplies 1.5 million Philadelphia residents. The mains are supposed to function properly for 100 to 120 years. The Philadelphia Water Department is still investigating what caused the most recent break…

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