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A seemingly hungry bear chomped on a doorbell camera in Pine Grove, California, accidentally ringing it twice, video recorded on November 20 shows.Footage shared by Hunters Creek Farm shows the bear getting up close to the doorbell camera, first inspecting it before trying to take a bite.After being put off momentarily by the doorbell, the bear goes in for seconds, but the bell rings again and scares the bear off for good.Jason Keith Hunter, who runs the Hunters Creek Farm YouTube channel, told Storyful that he’s “had bears and mountain lions and other wildlife pass by in the past, but [none] have stopped to say hello.”“My kids laughed and said he just wants a seat at the Thanksgiving dinner table, he’s hungry too and getting ready for hibernation,” Hunter added. Credit: Hunters Creek Farm via Storyful
- Statesman Journal
A winter storm watch for heavy snow and high winds has been issued for Oregon mountain passes late this weekend.
Expect very poor pass travel, and folks headed to the Apple Cup should be aware that getting back from Pullman on Saturday night or all day Sunday could be very difficult indeed.
- USA TODAY
Heavy rain to blanket much of the southern U.S. on holiday weekend; New Mexico gets massive snowfall
Parts of Texas, Louisiana and Arkansas were blanketed with rain Thursday and another round of showers is anticipated tomorrow, forecasters say.
- The News-Press
A cold front is expected to move across the state Sunday and into Monday, bringing a chance for light rain to some locations.
- Miami Herald
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- The Daily Beast
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- Fox News
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- State College Centre Daily Times
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- Fox Weather
Thanksgiving weekend forecast 2022: Rounds of rain could make for soggy travel from South to Midwest to East
While Thanksgiving Day produced anything but frightful weather across the U.S., it could be a different story for Americans returning home as the FOX Forecast Center tracks a storm system that has the potential to cause some travel delays from the South to the Midwest and the East over the holiday weekend.
- CBS News
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- Associated Press Videos
A US Coast Guard helicopter rescued a man who was reported to have fallen overboard from a cruise ship into the Gulf of Mexico about 20 miles (32 kilometers) off Southwest Pass, Louisiana on Thanksgiving Day. (Nov. 26)
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- The Columbus Dispatch
The recent snow in Buffalo, N.Y., seems surreal, especially with winter a month away. But one Thanksgiving, Ohio had a legendary storm of its own.
- Erie Times News
The Pennsylvania Game Commission has inspected 2,465 bears killed by hunters this fall in a variety of seasons. An extended season opens Nov. 26
- NBC News
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