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Nitwit News – January 17
Nitwit News – January 17

A trio of would-be Massachusetts car thieves had to hit the brakes on their plan because none of them knew how to drive a stick. Police in Springfield say the men pulled a knife on a food delivery driver Tuesday night and demanded the grub and his keys. But then they noticed the car had a manual transmission.

A thief in Chicago managed to break halfway into a bar before he was stopped by his own stupidity: Instead of pushing, as the door’s sign instructed, he spent several minutes pulling, eventually giving up and fleeing the scene.

Residents of Fairborn, Ohio, say it’s no laughing matter after an anti-social gang of chickens decided to set up roost in their community The birds have turned the front yards on Montgomery Avenue into barn yards since they mysteriously arrived. Causing damage to property, residents are urging local authorities to take action because no one has claimed ownership for them.

Interviews & Bits

Unit 4

Unit 4’s Judy Wiegand Visits HoCo

Unit 4 Superintendent Judy Wiegand stopped by Holstein & Co.

gina

A woman finds a breakup letter

…after 10 years. Should she let her husband out of the marriage?

Dustin Lynch

Why did you need stitches?

Dustin Lynch was hit in the face with a can of beer mid-concert and needed stitches. What happened that you…