TRENDING: Jason Collins comes out to giant support; Weather lady dances for fallen camera

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    Jason Collins coming out met with public support from big stars

    NBA veteran center Jason Collins has become the first male professional athlete in the major four American sports leagues to come out as gay.

    Collins wrote a first-person account posted Monday on Sports Illustrated's website. In it he says, "If I had my way, someone else would have already done this. Nobody has, which is why I'm raising my hand."

    The 34-year-old Collins has played for six NBA teams in 12 seasons. He finished this past season with the Washington Wizards and is now a free agent.

    NBA commissioner David Stern issued a statement saying he is proud that Collins "assumed the leadership mantle" on the issue. Even Former President Bill Clinton is calling on fans and fellow NBA players to support and respect Collins.

    "Surfing Killer Whales" - Rich and Laura Howard Oceans Of Images

    It's not rare to see dolphins flying by a boat during a scuba diving outing, but that wasn't the case for a Florida couple. Their boat ride was also joined by a pack of 20 killer whales.

    Rich Howard and his wife, Laura, were on a diving trip in La Paz, Mexico, swimming with sea lions, when they were told to get out of the water immediately.

    The couple quickly understood why the dive was cut short. They could see massive dorsal fins breaking the water and heading straight towards their boat.

    As soon as the boat took off, the massive mammals started playing in the wake. The couple captured the amazing video on a flip camera, and the killer whales followed the boat for about an hour.

    This is definitely a vacation story they will be able to share for a lifetime.

    Tv Anchor Lisa Hidalgo Dances When Camera Falls Down During Live Report

    In this day of automated equipment in TV news, we on-air types have to be ready for anything, and one meteorologist out in Denver sure is.

    Lisa Hidalgo tried to make the best out of an awkward situation. We are pretty sure Ed Buckner would do the same in a heartbeat if need be. You'll just have to click to watch the video to find out what happened.

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