Police take wanted fugitive into custody, discover ‘multiple’ guns during arrest

Jessica Wong

A wanted parole fugitive was captured Saturday night and found with multiple guns according to police.

Michael Jonathan Collins, 34, was taken into custody after police spiked his his car tires and stopped his vehicle according to Sgt. Melody Cutler with Unified Police Department. In a search of his vehicle, “multiple” guns firearms were found though police did not specify how many or what kind.

Collins has previous convictions for illegal possession of weapons and isn’t legally allowed to possess them. Culter said the guns are being checked to see if they were stolen.

Unified PD had previously

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Polish scientists discover pregnant Egyptian mummy

Jessica Wong

CAIRO — A Polish archaeological research team says it has discovered a pregnant Egyptian mummy dating to the first century B.C. The findings were published in the Journal of Archaeological Science April 28. The research is part of the Warsaw Mummy Project, which began in 2015, that uses technology to examine human and animal mummies housed in the National Museum in Warsaw. In this case, a radiological examination showed the mummified woman had been pregnant.

The Polish scientists said the discovery is the first of its kind. The body is believed to have belonged to a high-status woman of

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Falcons fans re-discover their confidence after the NFL Draft

Jessica Wong

Welcome to SB Nation Reacts, a survey of fans across the NFL. Each week, we send out questions to the most plugged-in Atlanta Falcons fans and fans across the country. Sign up here to join Reacts.

According to the most recent SB Nation Reacts survey, more than three-fourths of responding Falcons fans are confident the team is headed in the right direction. After a long, miserable season and a long, uncertain offseason, it appears the combination of freea gency, the draft, new coaching and front office hires, and the passing of time have made a majority of fans happy

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How Will Life on Earth End?

Jessica Wong

Life is resilient. The first living things on Earth appeared as far back as 4 billion years ago, according to some scientists. At the time, our planet was still being pummeled by huge space rocks. But life persisted anyway. And throughout Earth’s history, it’s seen all manner of cataclysms. Disparate doomsdays — from supernovae blasts and asteroid strikes to huge volcanic eruptions and sudden climate shifts — have killed countless lifeforms. And at times, those mass extinctions have even eliminated most species on Earth. 

Yet, life has always rebounded. New species emerge. The cycle repeats.

So, what would it take

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Discover Something New on Long Island This Summer

Jessica Wong
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If 2020 taught us nothing else, it’s that we are lucky to live on Long Island. When borders closed and the world shut down, we realized that the beaches, parks and quaint villages that define Long Island provide a wonderful place to live, work, and visit.

We were reminded how much we love our local restaurants, our farmers’ markets, local theaters and museums, heritage and history sites, and boutiques that offer unique finds and personal service that can’t be duplicated on

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