A jogger's heel strikes the ground 1,500 times per mile.
28.1% pee in the pool.
A record early season snowstorm struck the Central High Plains Region. The storm left up to nineteen inches of snow along the Colorado Front Range, and as much as a foot of snow in the High Plains Region.
Budweiser beer is named after a town in Czechoslovakia.
In 1902, Dr. Hill performed the first open heart surgery in the Western Hemisphere, by suturing a stab wound in a young boy's heart. The surgery occurred in Montgomery.
The Bible has been translated into Klingon.
Maps have been around for about 4500 years.
An Olympic gold medal must contain 92.5 percent silver.
There are 125 drinking fountains in Central Park, New York.
The human body is comprised of 80% water.