News 4 This Morning offers a variety of stories from across the Wiregrass, the nation and the world as well as unique features and more. Here are some of most read, shared, retweeted and liked stories of the month of May.
News 4 This Morning Pun Parade II – In a follow up to a popular segment from early in 2014, News 4 This Morning shared creative and fun wordplay from friends of the show.
New Power Rangers Movie – Lionsgate and Saban confirmed that Power Rangers, the long-running action franchise that is still going strong on TV through 21 years, will be returning to the big screen soon.
Chick-Fil-A Opens in Enterprise – News 4 This Morning had the opening of a new fast food restaurant in Enterprise live, with Cynthia Washington on the scene. Dozens camped out for a long amount of time for the chance to win free chicken and be the first to eat at the new restaurant.
Super Mario RPG Anniversary – May 13th marked the anniversary of 1996 release of a collaboration between SquareSoft and Nintendo, bringing the popular Mario character in the world of role-playing for the first time, on the Super Nintendo.
Big Names, Big Flops – Throughout one week of May, News 4 This Morning looked back at ten of the biggest flops from big companies or names like Apple, Superman, Sega and Nintendo.
Mama Bear Rescues Cub – Storm chasers traveling on a busy highway captured nature in action, but instead of fierce weather, it was a mama bear rescuing one of her cubs from that road.
Spongebob Anniversary – May 1st marked the 15th anniversary of the animated TV series, Spongebob Squarepants. The series continues going strong, with a 10th season confirmed as well as an upcoming theatrical movie on the way.
First Pacific Tropical System – The Eastern Pacific Hurricane Season begins on May 15th, and not long after that, a Tropical Depression formed that would become Amanda. The storm became a fierce Category 4 storm, but dissipated before making a direct landfall.
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