• Follow me on:

©2013 FOX News Network, LLC. All rights reserved.


Recent Articles
  • Report: Maroon 5 set to perform at Super Bowl LIII halftime show

    ATLANTA — Maroon 5 has been announced to perform during the halftime show at Super Bowl LIII. Variety is reporting the pop-rockers, known for hits like “She Will be Loved” and “Makes me Wonder” will take the stage at Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium for the beloved show which in recent years has seen performers such as Coldplay, Lada Gaga and Bruno Mars. The band, which scored a summer hit with their Cardi B collaboration, “I Like It.” Also recently collaborated with […]

  • Mother accused of poisoning 2-year-old’s sippy cup

    TULLYTOWN, Pa. — A 42-year-old woman in Pennsylvania is locked up in jail without bond, accused of poisoning her 2-year-old son’s sippy cup. The little boy, identified as Mazikeen Curtis, was found dead last month in a house in Tullytown. His mother, Jennifer Clary, was also found in the house lying on the bed suffering from what police say appeared to be self-inflicted lacerations on her wrist. The Bucks County District Attorney says toxicology reports determined the little boy died […]

  • Fortnite cited in more than 200 divorce proceedings

    If you want your marriage to last forever, stop playing the video game Fortnite! A divorce website in the UK says they’ve received 200 divorce petitions so far this year, blaming “addiction to Fortnite” as the reason for the breakup. Those numbers account for five percent of all divorce petitions. In June, the World Health Organization announced that compulsive gaming is now classified as a mental condition.

  • Fan says Packers’ policy requiring paid ticket for babies at Lambeau should be changed

    BLAINE, Minn. — The Green Bay Packers’ ticket policy has a Minnesota mom seeing red — the lifelong football fan calling out her favorite team for forcing mothers to pay full price for babies who attend games. “We were super excited to take her to the game,” said Erica Johnson. After learning the Packers require a ticket for everyone who enters Lambeau Field, regardless of how big or small, Johnson said the policy needs to change. Her daughter, who is […]

  • ‘Makes you feel good:’ 16-year-old boy finds $10K, returns it to rightful owner

    SANTA BARBARA, Calif. — A young man stumbled upon more money than he’s ever seen in his life, and didn’t think twice about returning it to its rightful owner. “I feel if everyone did the right thing, the world would be a better place,” said Rhami Zeini, 16. Zeini did the right thing to the tune of $10,000. “Pulled over. Went to the road. There’s nobody around. Picked up the purse. I’m trying to find whose it was,” said Zeini. […]

  • Watch: News reporter helps rescue dog from Florence flooding

    NEW BERN, N.C. — Tropical Storm Florence is unleashing its wrath on the East Coast. The eye of the storm made landfall Friday morning, Sept. 14, but is still packing winds of at least 85 miles-per-hour. The slow pace of the storm is a major concern. At just six-miles-per-hour right now, it’s expected to lead to major flooding with up to 40 inches in some areas. In New Bern, North Carolina some residents and their animals needed to be rescued […]

  • US kids are drinking far more water than sodas or other drinks

    U.S. kids are drinking more water than sodas and fruit drinks. A Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports finds water accounts for almost half of kids total beverage consumption. CDC researchers used data from a national health survey overall finding water accounted for nearly 44 percent of all beverages consumed. That was followed by milk, soda and 100-percent fruit juice. There were differences in the amounts of water kids drank based on ethnic backgrounds. But researchers say the findings […]

  • Firefighters use ‘Jaws of Life’ to free black bear from milk can

    ROSEAU, Minn. — Minnesota firefighters did whatever it took to help free a black bear whose head was stuck in a milk can. Minnesota Department of Natural Resources arrived on scene to find a young male bear with its head stuck in an old 10-gallon milk can. Rescuers tried cooking oil to free the bear, but that didn’t work so they drilled three holes in the can so the panting bear could breathe. PHOTO GALLERY After about two hours, the […]

  • Researchers testing new needle-free flu vaccine

    NEW YORK — What if you could have your flu vaccine mailed right to your door? Well, that may soon be a reality. Researchers are working on a new, needle-free flu vaccine. The new technology would need to be applied to the users’ skin, much like a Band-Aid. Microneedles on the patch would deliver the vaccines straight into the skin. The patch would also utilize a new antigen that causes the immune system to produce protective antibodies, as well as […]

  • Target is hiring 120K seasonal workers ahead of the holidays 🎁 🎄

    MILWAUKEE — Target is adding to its workforce ahead of the holidays. The company is hiring 120,000 seasonal workers, doubling the staff dedicated to online orders. It is a 20 percent increase from last year’s number of seasonal workers. This announcement follows similar hiring news from other retailers, like Macy’s and Kohl’s. Hiring events will be held in Target stores nationwide, from Oct. 12 through Oct. 14.

  • Survey: 65% of workers say they’re more productive at home vs. an office

    MILWAUKEE — A new survey shows working from home vs. in an office setting leads to higher productivity. Sixty-five percent of respondents polled during job search and hiring platform FlexJobs’ seventh annual survey (more than 1,950 of the 3,000 workers questioned) said they’d be more productive at home vs. at a traditional office. According to FlexJobs’ data, it’s estimated that on average, 60 percent of less work time is spent productively. The top four reasons most professionals say they would […]

  • Amazon will offer real Christmas trees this year 🎄

    MILWAUKEE — Amazon is offering one-stop shopping for Christmas tree buyers The online retail giant will add real Christmas trees to its inventory. The trees will be shipped in the boxes the company normally uses, without water. The trees for sale will include Douglas Firs and Norfolk Island Pines. Each tree will arrive within 10 days of being cut down. Amazon sold trees shorter than three feet tall in 2017. Now, customers will have the option of buying a seven-footer.