A new type of charity event, the ‘gurney race,’ has brought hundreds of locals out in East River for a charity.

“It’s pretty simple,” explained the Waterbank Auxiliary volunteer that came up with it. “People bet on which ambulance crew can race with a loaded gurney for 500 meters.”

Benefits from the event went to the Cathouse for Catnip Recovery, which helps addicts recover from debilitating catnip.

An East River data center has been linked to a DoS attack in West River, which affected the West River Creamery and Sunnydale Sauces plants.

“It’s blatant industrial sabotage,” the West River Sheriff told us.

East River IT honcho responded immediately to the charge. “We take ice cream sundaes very seriously. We are tracking several leads already.”

WIA exposed the ties between North Ridding and Aluveaux Tech in a thirteen page document to the Waterbank Commons and the Mayor. The document, which was carelessly left inside a locked car near the Waterbank News Pippen Office, was complete with reconaissance photos showing the company’s tremendous capabilities.

“It’s a mega-complex,” a source told us. “They’ve got everything from a GTFO depot to a fully functioning airfield. Oh, and full SCS combat systems. Heck they even have a firing range and sell the stuff.” (link)

UCS, which has been actively recruiting member states, is said to be courting the company,saying that “it’s a perfect example of a city-state!” Wine and cheese are currently en route to the nearest neutral airport, Laparra (SLLR) (link).

Amazing things are happening at TAG Airport and City, a transit hub that has been overtaken with a new purpose. Led by Zipperhead Wurgle and a team of minions, a new way of moving things is being created.

Though only in the teaser form now, this free kit will offer an immersive in world experience that breaks the mold. Users will be able to move items, combat in non-rez areas, exchange goods, and tens of other capabilities. There are even commercial possibilities for vendors and businesses, though the root kit will remain free.

Interested parties should contact Zipperhead Wurgle or drop by the airfield to see the progress or help with testing (link).

A taxi hit the sign in question after staring at the sign.

Prototype State Troopers are requesting that a warning sign be moved from the Glenbrook area.

“I suppose you need to warn people about unicorns and land sharks,” said one officer, “but it’s really getting people too distracted.”