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An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 5.2 rocked Southern California, getting people out of bed at about 1am this morning. The quake was centered about 13 miles northwest near Borrego Springs in the desert east of Los Angeles. On the west side of Los Angeles, the earthquake produced a long shaking motion lasting about 30 seconds.
Goodbye to ‘The Greatest.’ Memorial services for heavyweight champion Muhammad Ali conclude in his hometown of Louisville this morning. Ali insisted that his funeral be accessible to his fans, and thousands of free tickets were handed out in just over an hour Wednesday.
As amusement park season gets into full swing, SeaWorld’s new Mako roller coaster — Orlando’s tallest and fastest — opens to the public today. reaches heights of 200 feet and speeds of 75 mph. It’s the centerpiece of SeaWorld’s new Shark Wreck Reef realm, which also features interactive educational zones about sharks and the environmental pressures they are facing.
Seattle man finds more possible debris believed to be from Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. He hopes the debris will give some clues about the plane’s final moments.
World War II vets take flight in a B-17 over Seattle, you can too–-The Boeing B-17, with its distinctive gun turrets and bombardier seat in the bubble up front, was a wartime workhorse.