SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Kidnappings, too many studies and cheerleaders were what people clicked on in March. Find out what drew the most eyeballs in the third month of 2015.
A bizarre kidnapping case took a turn in March as the Vallejo Police Department vehemently declared the case was a hoax after days of investigations. But months later, the case would take an even more bizarre turn with the arrest of a suspect in an “Oceans 11” scheme.
Investigators previously indicated Green and Justice were the only ones in the car, and that she was likely not the victim of an attack.
The conclusion states that due to the exponential growth of publications, scholars “forget” papers more easily now than in the past, sometimes making it harder to isolate the most relevant information.
This one’s pretty self-explanatory.
Personalized live stream video available on Meerkat and Twitter’s Periscope app allow users to immediately broadcast themselves directly to social media. Live video produced by individuals on smartphones is expected to enable more “video aggregation” from citizen journalists and allow unfiltered content to directly reach streaming users.
Remember Meerkat? Nobody remembers Meerkat.
Headlines like these are what happens when a team is in transition after the front office pushes out a successful coach, and half the team follows him out the door.
A truck that crashed into a utility pole created a power surge that left thousands without power.
In case you were looking for new ways for the world to end, this might be for you. Just remember, “imminent” on a universal scale is long after you’ll be gone. And your children. And your grandchildren. And your great-grandchildren …
In a year when concussions and attrition went hand-in-hand, the San Francisco 49ers lost a promising replacement for Patrick Willis when Chris Borland decided the risk wasn’t worth it to continue playing.