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CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) – Duran Duran will play a concert at the Kennedy
Space Center to mark the 50th anniversary of the moon landing. They will perform
with a drone light show in the Rocket Garden on July 16. Keyboardist Nick Rhodes
recalls his amazement as a kid watching the lunar landing on TV. He says he ran
outside to look up at the night sky, trying to picture what it was like for the
astronauts. He says the moon landing continues to be a source of inspiration to
them, and he points out Duran Duran’s first single was “Planet Earth.”
LAS VEGAS (AP) – Nevada Highway Patrol says passengers must be alive in order to be counted as occupants in cars using the high occupancy vehicle lane. The reminder was prompted by a traffic stop Monday involving a hearse traveling on the carpool lane on Interstate 15 in Las Vegas.A trooper pulled over the hearse that was transporting a dead body. The agency says the hearse driver assumed the body in the back counted toward
the two or more occupant requirement for the lane.The trooper let the driver off with a warning and advised him to move out of the lane. The agency says only living, breathing people can be counted for the HOV lane.
NATCHEZ, Miss. (AP) – Merchants in Natchez, Mississippi are being warned about people flashing around $100 bills.It seems a movie called “Breaking News in Yuba County” is being shot in and around the town. And during filming the other day, actors threw dozens of bills out of a window, and some of the locals snatched them up. You wouldn’t have to have a degree in crime-fighting to spot the bogus bills. The back of each one has the phrase, “It’s not the money, it’s the joke.”The movie stars Allison Janney, Mila Kunis and Regina Hall. And the director, Tate Taylor, lives near Natchez.