Time for what's trending at 5:30…
Space is considered the final frontier, now part of the moon could be considered a National Park….If two congresswomen have their way.
They proposed legislation to make the moon landing sites a national historic park.
Both women say their concern is protecting artifacts left by astronauts from future commercial development.
The designation would apply only to the American flags, lunar rover and other objects… Because the moon's surface doesn't belong to any nation.
The University of Wisconsin and a dairy farm are working on a new way to create biofuel…
Soon… The cows at the Rosendale Dairy will be producing more than milk for our tables.
Farmers will take the cows manure and create bio-gas out of it.
Methane from the manure will be used to make electricity for a power company in Wisconsin.
Groundbreaking for the biodigester facility was already held… Dairy officials say it will also produce fertilizer for area farmers.
A 14- month old in Portland, Oregon, managed to buy a new set of wheels on her dad's smartphone through an E-Bay app.
HER PARENTS WERE SHOCKED, BUT HAPPY SHE DIDN'T BUY THE $38,000 PORSCHE DAD WAS LOOKING AT.
THE PARENTS PURCHASED THE 1962 AUSTIN HEALEY (HEE-LY) SPRITE FOR JUST OVER 200 DOLLARS.
DAD SAYS HE MAY FIX IT UP AND MAKE IT A 16TH BIRTHDAY OR GRADUATION GIFT.
THE GIRL'S FATHER NOW HAS FACIAL RECOGNITION AND A NEW PASSCODE FOR HIS PHONE.
Some people in North Carolina say they're upset after a business handed out candy at a july fourth parade… in unusual packaging.
A new pharmacy in the parade handed out skittles in prescription bottles.
It was meant to be a marketing method, but parents weren't pleased.
The pharmacy's owner says bottles were handed out to adults, specifically seniors.
The bottles were a different color than normal. But the pharmacy says it will not advertise that way again.