Wednesday, August 27 2014 12:44 PM EDT2014-08-27 16:44:37 GMT
A military aircraft has crashed in a rural area of Augusta County, according to the Augusta County Sheriff's Office. The crash happened around 9 a.m. near Deerfield Valley Road. It is believed to be anFull Story >
A National guard F-15 fighter based out of Massachusetts has crashed in a rural area of Augusta County, according to the Augusta County Sheriff's Office. Full Story >
Wednesday, August 27 2014 11:21 AM EDT2014-08-27 15:21:12 GMT
Authorities in northwest Arizona said the recoil on an automatic Uzi while in the hands of a 9-year-old girl led to a weapon instructor's fatal shooting. Full Story >
Authorities in northwest Arizona said the recoil on an automatic Uzi while in the hands of a 9-year-old girl led to a weapon instructor's fatal shooting.Full Story >
While you were sleeping, the Internet never stopped. And it's amazing what the Internet comes up with.
Check out what people are tweeting, sharing and talking about.
"Miracle Machine" turns water into wine
Reflecting on the Bible passage of when Jesus turned water into wine, two men wondered how they could do the same with modern day technology. And thus, "The Miracle Machine" was born. Kevin Boyer and Philip James are behind "the world's first affordable winemaking device for the home." You can make the wine in just three days with the help of an iPhone app and Bluetooth connections. While the appliance is $499, the cost to make a bottle comes out to be just $2. They're currently in the funding stages of this product.
Types you can make: Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa Valley, Pinot Noir, Tuscan blend from Italy, Sauvignon Blanc, and a delicate red and a steely white from Burgundy.
Here's how it works:
-Choose a recipe from the app.
-Purchase the yeast, grape concentrate and finishing powder ingredients from The Miracle Machine website or Amazon.
-Add water, yeast and grape concentrates and turn the machine on.
-Let the fermentation chamber make miracles.
-Get updates on your phone about the progress of your wine.
-Add the sachet of finishing powder to impart oak and other flavors that will allow your wine to taste as if it has been aging for several months to a year.
-Wait for the smart phone alert in about three days that your wine is done and ready for drinking.
Last week, a 19-year-old California student was reported missing after she stopped responding to Snapchats and texts messages. It turned out that was fine. The student has simply turned off her phone for a while. The expectation of constant, instant communication has become the norm. We're "always on," if you will.
Friday marks the start of the fifth annual National Day of Unplugging, which is an initiative launched by the national nonprofit group Reboot to help people take a break from their always-on lifestyles. Participants are encouraged to put away their phones, tablets, laptops and other Internet-connected devices from sunset Friday to sundown Saturday for a digital sabbath. Participants are also encouraged to sign a pledge on the event's website and post a photo of themselves saying why they unplug.
Note: Before you drop off the grid, be sure to give people a heads up to friends, family and perhaps your boss who may expect instant responses.
High School Hysteria : North voting begins Friday
Moving on from the EAST bracket: Turpin, Madeira, Milford, Glen Este, McNicholas, Moeller, St. Bernard, St. Ursula. Voting for the NORTH bracket beings Friday!
Show your high school spirit by voting on our Facebook page or tweeting us (@FOX19). You must use the hashtag #19HShysteria for your vote to be counted.
Wednesday, August 27 2014 11:15 AM EDT2014-08-27 15:15:47 GMT
Glen Galemmo, the man behind one of the largest Ponzi schemes in Ohio history, is set to learn his punishment Wednesday. The former Cincinnati money manager is expected to appear in Federal Court whereFull Story >
Glen Galemmo, the man behind one of the largest Ponzi schemes in Ohio history, is set to learn his punishment Wednesday.Full Story >
Wednesday, August 27 2014 8:30 AM EDT2014-08-27 12:30:32 GMT
The Federal Aviation Administration and National Transportation Safety Board are in the Cleveland area after a deadly plane crash that killed four Case Western University students. Full Story >
The Federal Aviation Administration and National Transportation Safety Board are in the Cleveland area after a deadly plane crash that killed four Case Western University students. According to NTSB investigators, the plane never got very far off the ground Monday night.Full Story >
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