1.) There could be some new items on the menu in Montana. The State Senate has showed initial support for a bill that will allow people to salvage road kill for food. The measure calls for law enforcement officers to issue permits to individuals who would be allowed to remove the carcasses of elk, deer, antelope, and moose off the state's roadways. Supporters say it makes no sense to let the carcasses go to waste. The bill is just a final vote away before heading to the desk of the governor.
2.) Starting tonight at 7 at Ballston Spa in New York, a group of 20 players, one from as far away as Tokyo, will begin a game of dodge ball. They intend to continue playing, non-stop until sometime late in the afternoon on Sunday, 43 hours later. The goal is to set a new Guinness World Record for the longest dodge ball game. The leader of these players was also part of a group that set the previous record at 31 hours in 2010.
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