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  • ‘Day of the Dozens’ – Krispy Kreme Brings Back the $1 Dozen Deal

    Christmas is coming early this year for doughnut lovers – Krispy Kreme is bringing back their $1 dozen promotion Wednesday. On Dec. 12, if you stop into a Krispy Kreme doughnut shop and grab a dozen doughnuts you can get another dozen for just $1. The nationwide chain typically only offers the sweet discount once a year, on its birthday in July. But this year, it will also offer it a second time: on Wednesday, which coincides with 12/12. A […]

  • Bacon Cheese Fries May be Coming to McDonald’s Next Year

    A cheesy, bacon-y addition may be coming to the McDonald’s menu next year. Business Insider reports cheesy bacon fries are coming to McDonald’s across the nation in 2019. Business Insider said it got the tip from an “employee with knowledge of the situation.” “I’m afraid I’ll have to provide a cheesy no comment,” a McDonald’s representative told Business Insider in an email on Friday. “At this moment, our kitchens are bacon-ing something together. But we’re not yet ready to share […]

  • Missouri Woman Has More Than 400 Christmas Trees in Her Home

    GRANDVIEW, Mo. – Most families who celebrate Christmas have a tree in their house, or maybe two. But one Missouri woman has almost everyone beat with more than 400, according to WDAF. Shelly Botcher loves the spirit of Christmas, especially the trees. “The great room has like 72 in it, and I ran out of trees because I have a lot more places to put trees,” she said. Botcher has so many that she doesn’t have an exact count. “This […]

  • Tyler Perry Pays Off Every Layaway Tab at Two Walmart Stores

    ATLANTA, Ga. – Actor and filmmaker Tyler Perry announced Thursday that he has paid off all of the layaway tabs for the lucky shoppers at two Walmart stores in Georgia. According to TMZ, Perry stopped by the Atlanta-area big box stores Thursday morning and wrote big checks to cover the cost of all the outstanding balances. Sources told the gossip site that Perry paid $178,000 at one store in Atlanta and $256,000 at a store in Douglasville. Perry said he […]

  • Infant Ibuprofen Sold at Walmart, CVS Recalled Over Dosage Concerns

    MONMOUTH JUNCTION, N.J. – A New Jersey-based pharmaceutical company is recalling three lots of liquid infant ibuprofen that might be more concentrated than advertised. Tris Pharma’s voluntary recall covers Infants’ Ibuprofen Concentrated Oral Suspension, USP (NSAID) 50 mg per 1.25 ml. The company says there is a “remote possibility” that infants more susceptible to medication with a higher potency of ibuprofen might suffer permanent renal injury. “Adverse effects that may be experienced are nausea, vomiting, epigastric pain, or more rarely, […]

  • Homeless Man Finds $17,000, Gives it to Food Bank

    SUMNER, Wash. – A homeless man in Washington is being praised for turning in thousands of dollars. He found a bag full of money outside of the Sumner Food Bank. He didn’t keep it – in fact, he handed it over to the staff there. “All of them were like, ‘What do we do with it? It was like a hot potato,” Anita Miller, director of Sumner Food Bank, told KCPQ. Staff at the food bank say Kevin Booth is […]

  • Woman Shoots, Kills Escaped Inmate After He Kicks Down Her Door

    COLUMBIA, S.C. – A South Carolina woman shot and killed an escaped inmate after the man kicked down her back door and walked into her home early Tuesday morning, according the Pickens County Sheriff’s Office. Bruce McLaughlin Jr., 30, was still wearing his orange prison clothing when he entered the woman’s Pickens home just before 3 a.m., Pickens County Sheriff Rick Clark said during a press conference. “The victim was trapped in her home, in her bedroom,” Clark said. “[She] […]

  • Family Reunited with Pet Bobcat ‘Capone’ After Court Battle

    SWANSEA, Ill. – Following a two-month fight in court, a Swansea family has been reunited with their pet bobcat “Capone” after the Illinois Department of Natural Resources confiscated the animal. Lakesha Mayweather had a state-issued fur-bearing animal breeders permit. She believed that allowed her to keep the bobcat but she was nevertheless cited for keeping a dangerous pet and importing live game without a permit, so she went to court. “They said I needed a USDA permit so I got that. […]

  • DUI Suspect Caught Sleeping in Tesla Traveling 70 MPH

    REDWOOD CITY, Calif. – Two California Highway Patrol Officers came up with a technique on the spot to stop a speeding Tesla Model S with an allegedly drunken driver asleep behind the wheel on the 101 Freeway in Redwood City on Friday, authorities said. The encounter took place just before 4:30 a.m. on the southbound freeway near Whipple Avenue, the CHP said in a written statement. The officers saw the car traveling at about 70 mph and realized the driver […]

  • George H.W. Bush Will be Buried Wearing Socks Honoring his Navy Service

    HOUSTON – President George H.W. Bush was a sock man. It wasn’t a widely known fact until he relied on a wheelchair later in life. He had a collection of colorful socks and often tweeted about them. He’ll be buried in this final pair: The 41st President will be carried to his final rest wearing socks that pay tribute to his lifetime of service, starting as an 18 year-old naval aviator in war. That legacy is now being carried, in part, […]

  • Surveillance Video Shows FedEx Driver Stopping to Fold Fallen American Flag

    FERNDALE, Md. — A woman posted a video her home surveillance captured of a FedEx employee going above and beyond when an American flag fell on the ground in a Maryland neighborhood. Gail Cook wrote on a Facebook post Wednesday that her flagpole had fallen down due to high winds. When a FedEx driver went past the flagpole he stopped, and not only picked up the flag, but folded it and put it away on the porch of the home. “Thanks FedEx!!! I […]

  • Oklahoma Senator Wants to Classify Abortion as Felony Homicide

    OKLAHOMA CITY – An Oklahoma state senator wants to pass a bill that would classify abortion as a felony homicide. “It’s gonna be classified as a homicide because, essentially, a fertilized egg is a human life just like a 1-year-old baby is a human life,” Sen. Joseph Silk, R-Broken Bow, told KFOR on Friday. “So, an abortion would be considered intentionally taking a human life.” When asked what he would say to a woman sentenced to life in prison for […]