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  • College Graduate Decides to Sing Resume, Gets Worldwide Attention

    DENVER – Launching a career can be tough, but a University of Denver graduate’s job search is getting some serious attention. Page Kemna is looking for a way to kick-start her career in sales and marketing and has found a way to stand out from the crowd of applicants, by singing her resume. “I  wanted them to know who I was outside of just paper so I decided to sing them a little song to show them I could go […]

  • Custodian Stole South Carolina Students’ Money During Walkout, Sheriff Says

    COLUMBIA, S.C. – After students walked out of a South Carolina high school to protest gun violence Wednesday, a custodian stayed inside and allegedly helped herself to their belongings, according to WLTX. Aisha Evans, 32, faces three counts of petit larceny after stealing money from several Richland Northeast High School Students, according to authorities. Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott said Evans rifled through three book bags left in a classroom and took $180 in cash. Lott said deputies arrested Evans after […]

  • Millennials Replacing Engagement Rings With Diamonds Embedded in Their Fingers

    NEW YORK CITY, N.Y. – There’s a new trend in engagement rings. Instead of a diamond ring around your finger, a diamond is embedded IN your finger, WCBS reports. “We notice lately a lot of people coming looking for that,” Sam Abbas, who owns NYC Ink Studio in the West Village, said. Apparently, some millennials are ditching the usual engagement ring and instead piercing their ring fingers. “I think it looks nice, but if you really think what it’s doing […]

  • Nearly 600,000 Pacifier and Teether Holders Recalled Due to Choking Hazard

    About 590,000 Dr. Brown’s Lovey pacifier and teether holders are being recalled due to a choking hazard. Snaps can detach from the products’ ribbons, which young children can choke on, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission. A total of 67 people have reported the ribbons fraying and the snaps detaching, but no injuries have been reported yet. The holders were sold from Aug. 2015 to March 2018 at various stores nationwide, including Bed Bath & Beyond, H-E-B Grocery, K-Mart, […]

  • Jack Daniel’s Whiskey Exists Because of a Slave – Who’s Now Getting his Own Label

    NEW YORK — It’s one of the most recognizable names and brands in the world, but Jack Daniel’s Whiskey owes its success to someone whose name could have remained an open secret if it weren’t for someone in New York publishing the story of Daniel’s connection to former slave Nearest Green. Now, Green is getting his name on a whiskey made with methods that he pioneered, and it will soon be available in New York City, the place that helped […]

  • ‘Grandma Stinker’ Charged with Drug Dealing After Receiving Marijuana Shipment from Son

    AURORA, Ind. – An Indiana woman is facing charges after her son allegedly sent her drugs in the mail. Police told WXIX they began investigating after a report that 58-year-old Debra Ferguson was receiving shipments of marijuana in the mail on a regular basis from her son, Eric Anderson, who lives in California. Officers told the Cincinnati station that a package containing 720 grams of marijuana was sent to Ferguson’s home in Aurora, addressed to “Grandma Stinker.” After obtaining a […]

  • Toys R Us to Close or Sell All U.S. Stores After Six Decades in Business

    WASHINGTON — Toys R Us plans to sell or close all of its 800 stores in the United States after six decades in business, according to the Washington Post. The closures could affect as many as 33,000 jobs. Closures are expected to happen over time and not all at once, the Washington Post reports. Six months ago, the struggling toy company filed for bankruptcy. The paper reports Toys R Us has struggled to pay off $8 billion in debt. The […]

  • March Madness Could Cost Employers $4 Billion in Productivity

    March Madness isn’t just a tournament title — it’s also an accurate description of office productivity during the NCAA Tournament. You would be hard-pressed to find another annual event that costs employers an estimated $4 billion annually. According to a 2017 report from Challenger, Gray & Christmas, Inc., a job placement center out of Chicago, Illinois,  51 million office workers join office pools during March Madness. Based on the country’s average hourly wage of $25.35, the outplacement consultancy firm estimates […]

  • ‘Elsa’ Pushes Boston Police Vehicle Out of Snowbank

    BOSTON, Mass. – Get out your ‘Frozen’ jokes. Someone wearing an Elsa costume helped free a Boston police van from snow piled up at the side of the street Tuesday night. The incident took place at The Gallows Bar on Washington Street in Boston as Tuesday’s nor’easter wound down. The video was posted on Facebook by Christopher Haynes. After pushing for a minute or so, the transport van is finally freed from its slushy prison. People inside the bar can […]

  • ‘I Was Crying:’ Hair Product Blamed for Open Sores, Bald Spots

    LAS VEGAS – Scalp sores, breakage and hair falling out in chunks. It’s a hair care nightmare and women are blaming it on the Monat hair care product line, KTNV reports. “I took a picture of my hair, compared it to a picture of before I started Monat, and my eyes just filled up with tears. It was so thin and it was stringy and I was just sick,” said Erin Ostby, a military spouse who used and sold Monat products. Women […]

  • Man Uses Sledgehammer to Try to Stop Alleged Hit-and-Run Driver from Leaving Scene

    MIAMI, Fla. – Cameras captured a wild scene in Miami on Sunday after a hit-and-run crash. Witnesses told WSVN that the driver of a silver Infiniti SUV tried to leave the scene of the crash when several people stepped in to try to prevent him from driving away. Oleg Maxwell Lagutenko, 25, is accused of crossing a median into oncoming traffic and hitting another vehicle. In a video from the scene of the crash recorded by Monika Ramirez, one person can be […]

  • Family Reunited with Stolen Dog After Stranger Sends Facebook Message Saying his Parents Took Her

    MOLINE, Ill. – After months of searching, an Illinois family has their missing Siberian husky Feather back, all thanks to a stranger’s Facebook message. “It’s not real. I’m still kind of in shock that she’s here,” Briana Martin told WQAD. Briana says Feather was stolen right out of her backyard in September of last year. “When he went out 30 minutes later to check on her, she was gone,” says Briana. After searching nonstop, the family had almost given up on ever […]