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  • Get ready to talk turkey — the turkey line is now open

    The Butterball Turkey Talk-Line is officially open for the holiday season. They’re the people to call with any of your turkey cooking needs. According to a recent Butterball survey, four in five first-time prepares worry about cooking their turkey correctly. This year, you can even get the Butterball skill for Amazon Alexa. Just say “Alexa, ask Butterball, how do I thaw a turkey?” Of course, you can always use the traditional phone line but calling 1-800-BUTTERBALL. Fifty-million people have called […]

  • Nearly 80 beehives stolen from California beekeeper

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Thousands of bees were stolen from a Sacramento beekeeper. Thieves made away with at least 80 beehives from Victor Cojan’s yard. The insects are worth close to $30,000. “Everything was cleaned up, so nothing was left,” Cojan said. Cojan and his family have taken care of the bees for years. He thinks the thieves are people he knows, since they used beekeeping equipment to transport the insects. “Those people, they were uh, beekeepers. They knew something about […]

  • Hilton to open world’s 1st underwater villa

    MALDIVES — Ever wanted to sleep with the fishes? Now you can! Hilton is opening the world’s first underwater hotel with the “Muraka” resort in the Maldives. The company’s “Conrad Hotels and Resorts” group unveiled the fancy new destination. It features accommodations both above and below the Indian Ocean, where guests can sleep with sea turtles and dine with dolphins.

  • ‘He’s my hero:’ Armed customer stops masked gunman who opened fire inside McDonald’s

    BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — A masked gunman opened fire inside an Alabama McDonald’s restaurant, but he was stopped by an armed customer — a father who fired back. The gunman later died from his injuries. The father in this case and one of his children were struck by gunfire. Police said he won’t be charged. “I’m feeling grateful, you know? Wrapping my head around it all. I was just wishing somebody would come wake me up, you know, from this nightmare,” […]

  • Hero golden retriever named 1st ever ‘Dog of the Year’

    Meet Todd. The 6-month-old golden retriever has been named Milk-Bone’s first ever dog of the year! More than just an adorable face, Todd is being recognized for his loyalty and bravery after saving his owner. Paula Godwin was hiking with her dogs, Todd and Copper, when she almost stepped on a venomous rattle snake. Todd stepped in between Godwin and the snake — getting bit himself. With the help of lots of love and Milk-Bones, Todd is recovering as a hero.

  • Watch: Sea lion stops traffic in San Diego

    SAN DIEGO — A sea lion stopped traffic — literally! The animal made its way onto a road in San Diego, California stopping right in the middle as cars drove by on either side. Police responded to the scene, guiding the sea lion to the sidewalk where she posed for a few pictures. Crew members from Sea World San Diego transported the sea lion for further examination.

  • Paralyzed man invents wheelchair truck

    MINNEAPOLIS — A Minnesota man is turning an accident into opportunity. Phil Schlangen lost this ability to walk after a diving accident and now gets around in a wheelchair. After a second accident while getting into his car via a ramp, he decided to invent a wheelchair truck. The truck is able to lower down onto the ground, making it safer for those with disabilities to drive. It also give people different vehicle choices besides the typical SUV. “I need […]

  • Painting of Jesus survives devastating church fire

    WAKEFIELD, Mass. — A historic 150-year-old church went up in flames in Massachusetts — but the fire is providing new hope and faith for its parishioners after a painting of Jesus that was inside the church made it out untouched by the flames. First Baptist Church in Wakefield, erupted into flames during severe storms Tuesday night, Oct. 23. The church was a total loss. Crews were out dismantling what was left of the church when they saw the painting hanging […]

  • Inflatable colon goes missing from Kansas cancer center

    KANSAS CITY, Kans. — A colon disappeared from The University of Kansas Cancer Center. The inflatable organ is used by doctors and researchers as a teaching tool for colon cancer. The center says the colon was stolen from a pickup truck on its way to a cancer relay walk. Its valued at $4,000 and weighs close to 150 pounds. Doctors say the inflatable model helps people learn about colon cancer in a unique way.

  • Florida city official charged with murder after fatally shooting suspected shoplifter

    LAKELAND, Fla. — A city commissioner was arrested nearly three weeks after police say he shot and killed a man who tried to shoplift a small ax from a military store, authorities said. Michael Dunn was charged Friday with second-degree murder in the Oct. 3 fatal shooting of 50-year-old Cristobal Lopez at a Lakeland, Florida, Army-Navy surplus store that Dunn owns, the Lakeland Police Department said. He is being held without bond at the Polk County Jail. His first court […]

  • Rihanna turns down Super Bowl halftime show, stands with Kaepernick

    ATLANTA — Pop singer Rihanna turned down an invitation to perform at the Super Bowl Halftime Show this year. Following in the wake of Colin Kaepernick’s footsteps. The former San Francisco 49ers quarterback sparked controversy after he began kneeling during the national anthem at NFL games in 2016. It became national discussion, drawing the ire of President Donald Trump. Nike just released their latest ad featuring Kaepernick with the quote “Believe in something. Even if it means sacrificing everything.” Maroon […]

  • Nose warmers: The latest trend to keep you warm

    MILWAUKEE — There’s a new item to keep you warm: nose warmers. They are like earmuffs for your nose. The nose warmer fits over the wearer’s nose, and ties or straps around the person’s head. They cost about $9.  The product is made by The Nose Warmer Company, based in the U.K.