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Nik Wallenda is back in Niagara Falls for a brief visit following his memorable walk into history over the falls on June 15th.
Nik Wallenda used twitter late Monday night to announce that his debt in Niagara Falls, NY had been forgiven.
The city of Niagara Falls, N.Y., says daredevil Nik Wallenda still owes about $25,000 for public safety costs from last month's tightrope walk across the falls, but a Wallenda lawyer says the city's already received more than it should have.
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It appears that daredevil Nik Wallenda has raised enough money to cover the costs associated with his high-wire walk over Niagara Falls.
A lifelong dream come true: Daredevil Nik Wallenda completed his Walk in 2 History, successfully crossing the mighty Niagara Falls from the United States to Canada on a wire.
Nik Wallenda gave the crowd a fist pump and sprinted the last few steps to the platform on the Canadian side ending his trip across the falls.
Following his successful tight-rope walk about Niagara Falls on Friday night, Nik Wallenda said he was nervous about his harness.
It took daredevil Nik Wallenda about 25 minutes to cross Niagara Falls on a 2.5-inch wide wire. Now, watch his entire 1,800 foot journey in one minute.
Photo Gallery: Nik Wallenda Walks In 2 History! Friday, June 15, 2012.
Just two days after Nik Wallenda made his high-wire walk across Niagara Falls, he held a meet and greet to meet some of his fans.
Will stunt have staying power to keep tourists coming now that Nik Wallenda has left the Falls?
The crowds have gone home and the lights have been packed away. Now the cleanup from Nik Wallenda's wire spectacle can begin.
Shortly, daredevil Nik Wallenda will take the walk of his life, across the Niagara Gorge from Niagara Falls, New York to Canada. Wallenda says it's going to be his childhood dream come true.
The countdown is on until Nik Wallenda walks in 2 history Friday. Crews were busy Wednesday securing the tightrope in place.
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The cable for Nik Wallenda's high-wire walk is now across Niagara Falls.
After a year of planning, crews have but two days to complete their complex task for what even they say is an event of a lifetime.
Crews were in Niagara Falls Tuesday testing out the apparatus that will keep Wallenda balanced.
Even as a 6-year-old visiting Niagara Falls, he pictured walking a tightrope over the raging, whitewater maw.
Wallenda manager: "That wire will get across , we're just not 100% sure with who, or how, just yet."
Sen. Maziarz says Wallenda will be issued permit from New York State following contract signing in Albany on Tuesday.
With 4,000 vouchers snatched up in fewer than ten minutes, and the highwire walk just two weeks away, it's now time to talk logistics for Nik Wallenda's Walk In 2 History.
4,000 free tickets for prime seating on Goat Island snapped up in less than ten minutes.