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Fans of Oreos, the iconic sandwich cookie, can enjoy a new limited-time flavor: fruit punch. But the new flavor won’t be available at all retail outlets, according to this Huffington Post report.
The fruit punch flavor will feature golden cookie wafers with a pink filling. According to the Huffington Post taste testers, the flavor of the filling was most reminiscent of Hawaiian Punch. Many found the cookie to be overwhelmingly sweet. Dunkers beware, as the Huffington Post tested the fruit punch cookies in a glass of milk and found the flavor to be “gag-inducing.”
This isn’t the first unusual Oreo flavor to debut on a limited-time basis. Past special edition flavors include watermelon, banana split and birthday cake.
The fruit punch flavor will go on sale April 28, only at Walmart stores. If you can’t wait, a few rogue packs have been spotted for sale on eBay.Sat, 19 Apr 2014 16:44:49 -0400
The Huntersville Police Department is looking for a missing woman who they say could be in trouble.
Jeanie Lienghot, 22, has a brain injury and may be hallucinating. Her family told police she might need medical attention and is currently not taking her medication.
She was last seen around 7:30 p.m. Friday wearing jeans and a blue or purple jacket. She has a pixie style haircut.
If anyone knows of her whereabouts, please contact the Huntersville police immediately at 704-464-5400.
At 7:50 p.m. Friday the Gastonia Police Department responded to a hit-and-run at East Long Avenue near the intersection of Broad Street.
John Wayne King, 53, of Gastonia, was crossing East Long Avenue in front of the QT store when he was struck by a large white sports utility vehicle, according to GPD.
According to a witness, the vehicle continued on East Long Avenue without stopping. A small sedan, possibly a Toyota, which was behind the SUV, also struck King and continued down the road without stopping. Detectives say the sedan dragged King.
King was taken to Caramount Regional Medical Center and stabilized before being transported to Carolinas Medical Center. He is in fair condition according to the hospital.
Authorities say he had head trauma along with pelvis and leg injuries.
Police say they found pieces of the front of the SUV, so they believe the person who hit King knew it before they drove away. Authorities also say there was likely a visibility issue at the time due to rain.
The police department’s Traffic Enforcement Bureau is investigating the incident. Anyone with information about the hit-and-runs is asked to contact the Gastonia Police Department at (704) 866-6702.