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‘Star Trek’ Icon Nichelle Nichols Receives NASA Honor at LA Comic-Con

Nichelle Nichols, best known as Nyota Uhura on the original Star Trek series, made her final convention appearance at L.A. Comic-Con over the weekend. LIKE US ON FACEBOOK. FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM & TWITTER. SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE. As reported by PEOPLE, the “iconic actress, singer and dancer signed autographs, posed for photos and attended an early birthday celebration,” the outlet writes, as she turns 89 on Dec. 28. Per the report, several panels paid tribute to Nichols, who did not make any public statements. Nichols was diagnosed with dementia in 2018 and has since been at the center of a conservatorship battle with her son, Kyle…

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Maryland Homeowner Tries To Smoke Out Snakes & Burns Down House

POOLESVILLE, Md. (AP) — A Maryland home was accidentally burned to the ground by an owner trying to get rid of a snake infestation, officials said. LIKE US ON FACEBOOK. FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM & TWITTER. SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE. The homeowner in Poolesville, a town about 25 miles (about 40 kilometers) outside of Washington D.C., was attempting to use smoke to purge the snakes from the house, according to Montgomery County Fire Department officials. In the process, the homeowner caught the house on fire, causing about $1 million in damage, The Washington Post reported. The fire broke out around 10 p.m. on Nov. 23, officials…

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