Astounding 'Wheel of Fortune' Win; Dog Sold for $2 Million
March 20, 2014
By ABC NEWS
Spring is here!
Hear those birds chirping? That’s right, spring is here (finally), and Google has marked the equinox with a charming doodle of a blobby guy with a watering can sprouting a spring bouquet from his bald head.
It felt like spring would never arrive after what seemed like the coldest winter ever, but ABC News' meteorologist tells us it was really only America’s chilliest winter since 2009-10. That said, parts of the Midwest and Northeast suffered some pretty snowy weather.
A Tibetan Mastiff has potentially become the most expensive (and probably craziest looking) dog ever sold, reeling in a whopping $1.9 million.
A Chinese property developer from Qingdao province is now responsible for sweeping up all that shedding hair after he purchased the 1-year-old golden-haired mastiff at a "luxury pet" fair.
The rare pup measured approximately 31 inches tall, and weighed nearly 200 pounds.
'Wheel of Fortune' Contestant Solves Riddle with 2 Letters
He must be really good at hangman.
A contestant shocked "Wheel of Fortune" host Pat Sajak on Wednesday by guessing a three-word, 12-letter puzzle with just the first two letters showing on the first word -- 'N' and 'e.' And he guessed it on the first try.