Story #3: Broadcast Stories (Rough Drafts)


Ever wish a rare dingo purebred pup gets dropped from the sky into your backyard? No? This Australian family didn’t either.

Jane Guiney, found a young, stray puppy whimpering in her backyard. She suspected the furry creature was a dog or a fox and was dropped on the ground by an eagle flying by.

The puppy is actually a rare purebred dingo. Which is an endangered wild dog breed in Australia.

The puppy was discovered in Wandiligong, which is in the state of Victoria, around 200 miles northeast of Melbourne. The Guiney family provided care for the dog before taking it to a veterinarian to be treated for injuries. There it was determined the dog was actually a dingo.

Its DNA was tested for confirmation of its breed, and while they awaited results, the pup was taken to the Australian Dingo Foundation sanctuary. The results from the test concluded the dingo is a purebred Victorian Highlands Dingo

The dingo has since been named “Wandi,” and is fitting in at the sanctuary, according to foundation director.


Do you use the app TikTok? Or know some who watches or creates them?

TikTok has been growing more popular among U.S. teenagers at a time of growing tensions between the United States and China over trade and technology transfers. According to the creators of TikTok, sixty percent of its 26.5 million active users a month in the United States are between the ages of 16 and 24.

The U.S. government has launched a national security review of TikTok owner Beijing ByteDance Technology Company’s $1 billion acquisition of the U.S. social media app that was purchased two years ago.

Reason for the investigation into the app, is that the government is concerned if the Chinese company may be censoring politically sensitive content. There is also alarming concern about how TikTok stores a users personal data.

The Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States has started to review the deal. Sources confirm TikTok did not seek clearance from CFIUS when it purchased, which gives the U.S. security permission to investigate it now.

TikTok says China does not have jurisdiction over content of the app, and promises U.S. user data is stored in the United States only. Leaving no room for Chinese censorship over the app.


‘Tis the season to officially hang up lights and enjoy an Eggnog Latte: kiss the pumpkin spice goodbye and reel in the signature Starbucks Red Holliday cups.

This Thursday the international coffee chain makes its transition from fall flavors to focusing on Peppermint Mochas and Hot Chocolate. The Holliday season isn’t here unless the new red cups come inside.

Four different Holliday designs will be introduced this year, including classic red, white and green patterns, making the cup look almost like a present. Each cup has its own name for a signature twist on your order.

The official names of the four cups are Polka Dots, Merry Dance, Merry Stripes and Candy Cane Stripes. According to Starbucks, they designed the cups this year to “evoke mini moments of joy.”

The countdown to red cup season has been an anticipating event on the web as customers watch the hours dwindle down. The wait for the Holliday season is over and it looks like the wait for a Venti Peppermint Mocha in a Merry Dance cup is over too.