The Saturday Six: “Cocaine Cat” Rescued, Slap Fighting May Become A Sport And An Asteroid Could Hit Earth In 2046

The Saturday Six:

Mistakes to avoid when filing your tax return this year



The weekend is finally here.

In a week full of news, we covered an Oregon man stuck in the snow who used his drone to call for help , the 10 most pet-friendly cities for renters , and the unveiling of a 'monument to the abolitionist Harriet Tubman '.

The Harriet Tubman Anti-Death Penalty Memorial will be unveiled on March 9, 2023 in Newark, New Jersey. / Photo: CBS News © Contributed by CBS News The Harriet Tubman Anti-Death Penalty Monument is unveiled on March 9, 2023 in New York, NJ. / Photo: CBS News

Also, with vinyl sales surpassing CD sales for the first time since 1987 , we've got some tips for sleeping as it's summertime 'clock' this weekend and the world is mourning the loss of actors Robert Blake and Tom Jackson . From strange eyes.

But it doesn't end here.

Below is a roundup of half a dozen stories from Weekly Sixth Saturday – in no particular order – from the honest to the wacky, the sad and everything in between.

  • If you have not yet submitted your tax return , there is something you need to know before the deadline of April 18. From the story: Six weeks before the April 18 federal deadline, time is running out for tax season and millions of taxpayers who have yet to file their annual returns with the IRS. Early reports filed with the IRS give an idea of ​​what to expect this year, from processing times to refund amounts. Watch the video above.
  • A cat found in a tree in Ohio has been exposed to cocaine. From the story: The news that Serval had passed a drug test shortly after the release of "Coca Bear" quickly led to the nickname "Coca-Cat" trending on Twitter. The fat cat's name is Amiri.
  • NASA is tracking an asteroid that could hit Earth on Valentine's Day 2046 . From history: The asteroid known as 2023 DW was first discovered on February 26, according to the European Space Agency. It has now been added to the agency's risk list, which is a catalog of space objects that could have some kind of impact on Earth, and it is at the top of the list because of what scientists have seen so far.
  • It looks like slapstick is going to be the next big sport in the United States. Plot wise: A sleeper fight is a one-on-one contest where opponents punch each other in the face until one of them submits or is knocked out. Although athletes have been playing unorganized games in smaller venues for years, the competition gained a large following when the Nevada Athletic Commission certified it as a sport in October.
  • The U.S. Army has reintroduced the slogan "Be All You Can" to boost recruiting efforts during the economic downturn. From the story: The Army missed recruiting targets by nearly 25 percent last year in what its commanders described as the toughest recruiting environment since the creation of the all-volunteer force. Army leaders blame the shortage on young Americans' lack of knowledge about the military and the opportunities it offers.
  • Ultimately , the girl's viral TikTok helped save her family's California restaurant . History: Lee's Noodle House opened its doors 20 years ago. But financial problems began in 2017, when the deadly Tubbs Fire — at the time the largest wildfire in California history — ravaged Santa Rosa. Watch the video below.
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