- San Diego lifeguards pulled a woman’s body from Lake Murray yesterday afternoon. Police discovered the body after someone reported seeing a body in the lake. Immediately, people started speculating that it could possibly be the missing mother from Chula Vista Maya Millette. However, the Chula Vista Police Department said that there is no indication the remains belong to the missing mom. Meanwhile, the family of the missing mother held two rallies over the weekend demanding answers.
- If you’re trying to get a vaccination, but it’s not your turn yet here is a way you can get one. Vaccination super sites are looking for volunteers. Volunteers don’t need a medical background and will help with registration and be observers or runners on site. There is only one requirement: a good attitude. And if you volunteer you are eligible to get a vaccine. You must commit to at least three shifts in order to qualify. If you’re interested you can get more info at the “Sharp Lends a Hand” program.
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- Tampa Bay Buccaneers won the Superbowl defeating the Kansas City Chiefs 31-9. This is the Bucs second championship title in franchise history. This is Tom Brady's 7th championship title. Tom Brady holds the title of the most Super Bowls won by a single player. He also holds the records for most Super Bowl appearances, 10, and the record for the oldest starting quarterback in a Super Bowl. He’s 43 years old. And during the game, Tom Brady also set a new record with teammate Rob Gronkowski for most playoff touchdowns by a QB-receiver combo. Brady was named the MVP of the game. What everyone is talking about is the streaker towards the end of the game. A guy ran out in a pink thong bathing suit streaking. It turns out he has ties to the infamous YouTuber known for pulling outrageous stunts ... Vitaly Zdorovetskiy. The streaker’s bathing suit was plugging Vitaly Uncensored which is this dudes adult film company.
- New survey asked people what lessons they’ve learned in the past year of the pandemic. 68% said they’re going to have a totally new attitude going forward, and 70% said they plan to live each day to the fullest after COVID. 71% said they value the little things in life more than ever now. And speaking of the pandemic, book sales are way up! And it’s not necessarily because people want to read them, but because they want to fill up the bookshelves behind themin their Zoom calls.