NIAGARA FALLS — The fifth-grader’s question succinctly summarized what students and adults were probably thinking: “I’m not trying to be rude but, are you crazy?” The question was posed to daredevil Nik Wallenda outside Kalfas Magnet School as he described his plans to walk over Niagara Falls on a tightrope. An hour earlier, the seventh-generation […]
NIAGARA FALLS — The Niagara Falls City Council has endorsed plans for a tightrope act at the famous falls, saying it would give the city a big boost in tourism dollars and notoriety. Daredevil Nik Wallenda still needs the approval of Canadian officials ...
NIAGARA FALLS — The mayor of Niagara Falls, Ontario, has become the first Canadian official to publicly support an attempt by daredevil Nik Wallenda to cross Niagara Falls on a wire, a newspaper reported Tuesday
NIAGARA FALLS — New York lawmakers have voted to allow a member of the daredevil Wallenda family to attempt a tightrope walk across the Niagara Gorge at Niagara Falls. The state Assembly on Wednesday passed a bill ...
NIAGARA FALLS — A bill that would allow a member of the daredevil Wallenda family to attempt a tightrope walk across the Niagara Gorge is making its way through the New York Legislature. The measure was passed last week by the Senate ...
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