Josh Magness, The Miami Herald

Josh Magness

The Miami Herald

College Park, MD, United States

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Past articles by Josh:

Bones of giant, ancient mastodon found on Indiana family farm. They named it ‘Alfred’

Bones of a mastodon were found on an Indiana family farm as crews worked on a sewer line project and found the thousands-year-old remains of the ancient, extinct mammal, a distant relative of modern elephants. → Read More

‘Hero’ mom lures armed man away from daughters as he was on crime spree in California

As 25-year-old James Carlos Melendrez, from Anaheim, California, went on a crime spree in Lake Forest, mom Marylou Villalobos Palos lured the man with a knife away from her teen daughters, police say. → Read More

‘Awful and sexist’ attacks target scientist credited in the first image of black hole

Katie Bouman, 29, is a computer scientist credited for helping release the first-ever image of a black hole — and colleague Andrew Chael said online attacks against her saying he deserved credit are “sexist.” → Read More

‘Awful and sexist’ attacks target scientist credited in the first image of black hole

Katie Bouman, 29, is a computer scientist credited for helping release the first-ever image of a black hole — and colleague Andrew Chael said online attacks against her saying he deserved credit are “sexist.” → Read More

‘Awful and sexist’ attacks target scientist credited for first image of black hole

Katie Bouman, 29, is a computer scientist credited for helping release the first-ever image of a black hole — and colleague Andrew Chael said online attacks against her saying he deserved credit are “sexist.” → Read More

‘Awful and sexist’ attacks target scientist credited in the first image of black hole

Katie Bouman, 29, is a computer scientist credited for helping release the first-ever image of a black hole — and colleague Andrew Chael said online attacks against her saying he deserved credit are “sexist.” → Read More

‘Awful and sexist’ attacks target scientist credited in the first image of black hole

Katie Bouman, 29, is a computer scientist credited for helping release the first-ever image of a black hole — and colleague Andrew Chael said online attacks against her saying he deserved credit are “sexist.” → Read More

‘Awful and sexist’ attacks target scientist credited for first image of black hole

Katie Bouman, 29, is a computer scientist credited for helping release the first-ever image of a black hole — and colleague Andrew Chael said online attacks against her saying he deserved credit are “sexist.” → Read More

Cops write a poem about a mile-long trail of marijuana strewn on a California highway

The California Highway Patrol in Oakland wrote a poem about a mile-long trail of weed stuffed in bags they say was found on Highway 880. The pot was legal, police say, but the driver lacked a commercial license. → Read More

Could you pass a citizenship test? Most people in 49 states would flunk it, study says

A majority of people in all states except Vermont wouldn’t pass the U.S. citizenship test, a study from the Woodrow Wilson Foundation found. Top states included Wyoming and Virginia, with Louisiana the lowest. → Read More

A Florida 6th-grader called the Pledge of Allegiance ‘racist.’ Then he got arrested.

A 6th grader refused to stand for or recite the Pledge of Allegiance at Lawton Chiles Middle Academy in Lakeland, Florida, police say, and then was arrested for being “disruptive” and not leaving the classroom. → Read More

We can breed honeybees to be cleaner — and it may help save the species, study says

Honeybees have a gene that promotes cleanliness — like removing dead or sick bees from a colony — and breeding for that could be the key to preventing colony collapse disorder, a study from Genome Biology and Evolution says. → Read More

‘Kiss cam’ captures former President Jimmy Carter and wife Rosalynn on Valentine’s Day

Former President Jimmy Carter and wife Rosalynn shared a kiss at an Atlanta Hawks game on Valentine’s Day as the NBA team played the Knicks, who won. It was also Love Wins Pride Night for the LGBT community. → Read More

Vegan parents starve 5-month-old by switching out doctor’s formula, Florida police say

Parents Julia French and Robert Buskey were arrested for child neglect after police say the couple’s baby was starving after the vegan couple in Titusville, Florida, got rid of his doctor-recommended formula. → Read More

Vegan parents starve 5-month-old by switching out doctor’s formula, Florida police say

Parents Julia French and Robert Buskey were arrested for child neglect after police say the couple’s baby was starving after the vegan couple in Titusville, Florida, got rid of his doctor-recommended formula. → Read More

Vegan parents starve 5-month-old by switching out doctor’s formula, Florida police say

Parents Julia French and Robert Buskey were arrested for child neglect after police say the couple’s baby was starving after the vegan couple in Titusville, Florida, got rid of his doctor-recommended formula. → Read More

Vegan parents starve 5-month-old by switching out doctor’s formula, Florida police say

Parents Julia French and Robert Buskey were arrested for child neglect after police say the couple’s baby was starving after the vegan couple in Titusville, Florida, got rid of his doctor-recommended formula. → Read More

Vegan parents starve 5-month-old by switching out doctor’s formula, Florida police say

Parents Julia French and Robert Buskey were arrested for child neglect after police say the couple’s baby was starving after the vegan couple in Titusville, Florida, got rid of his doctor-recommended formula. → Read More

Nickelodeon’s ‘All That’ to return with Kenan Thompson, and ’90s kids are freaking out

Nickelodeon announced that Kenan Thomspon, currently a cast member of Saturday Night Live, will be executive producer of a reboot of ‘All That,’ a popular TV show that aired in the 1990s, a press release says. → Read More

Florida boy has one arm, and so does this Seahawks player. Watch heartwarming meeting

NFL player Shaquem Griffin, a linebacker for the Seattle Seahawks, met an Orlando, Florida, toddler named Joseph Tidd, who like him is missing a hand, video from a rehabilitation center in Jacksonville shows. → Read More