Pokémon Go is hosting a Magmar Community Day on Nov. 21 from 11 a. m. to 2 p.m. Server for the event is located at event.pokemon.com/march2015.

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Sally and a friend, played for the first time with Pokémon GO, could not figure out where all the cute, little Pokémon creatures were hidden in the world. Did they disappear? Did they grow too big to play with? They searched the world with a box of Pokémon toys. It was such fun – now they can play with their sets for themselves. Geography is not as hard as they thought. BannerGiveaway.com is selling 2, 8-inch Pokémon Go figurines with Pikachu and Charizard for $130.

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Barksdale National Recreation Area is located only a few miles from Five Points. It's one of the few national park sites that isn't entirely open to the public. The sprawling stretch of riparian landscaping measures one quarter mile across and swarms with wild butterflies in March and April.

Now, an alligator's been spotted buzzing past stands of beauty during all-day photography sessions — and to many, disgusting. "Is it bait? A trap?" asked Tom Boyd, daily photographer for personal accounts by @dlthebuck, the Facebook photography account for Five Points resident and photographer to the stars Saur Relon.

"The baws look like real ones," Boyd told The Washington Post. But according to Boyd, the hell-fiends look real as well. "Photographers should be able to shoot them while they don't attack anyone," Boyd said. "Please leave them be - don't take photos with them in your hands." It appears the alligators move around while standing on dry tree limbs they've been carefully fitted with rubber caddies. For more sightings, see this Saturn V/Apollo 12/Command Module painting and this Instagram post by Sam Baldwin.

[Photos: Saur Relon and Arizona West Gallery and Matt Reynolds]

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To help win his Electoral College vote on Election Day, businessman Donald Trump teased two separate promises that he hoped would be fulfilled.

But one of his promises drags on. Construction companies won't be able to hire young people. Eric Lipton with Lunch Break has the story.

And the other promise comes
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