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  • College Football Playoff teams, games announced

    The nation learned which top college football teams will play each other — and where — in the College Football Playoff semifinal. The final rankings, and the top four teams: LSU Tigers (13-0) Ohio State Buckeyes (13-0) Clemson Tigers (13-0) Oklahoma Sooners (12-1) Peach Bowl: LSU vs Oklahoma Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta Saturday, Dec. 28 Fiesta Bowl: Ohio State vs Clemson State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona Saturday, Dec. 28 The national championship game will be played at New Orleans’ […]

  • House passes anti-robocall bill by nearly unanimous vote

    WASHINGTON — Lawmakers have found robocalls aren’t only a nuisance, but also, a threat to places like hospitals. After months of debate, they landed on a compromise to stop the calls. “The House is giving Americans back control of their phones,” said U.S. Rep. Frank Pallone, D-New Jersey. More than 50 billion illegal robocalls rang customers’ phones in 2018. Pallone is working to block them. “These calls are not just annoying,” said Rep. Pallone. “In a lot of instances, they […]

  • Gin company hires woman in Peloton ad for perfect ‘sequel’

    The woman who appeared with a pained smile in a widely-attacked Peloton ad got a new beginning, thanks to actor and Aviation Gin owner Ryan Reynolds. In the original ad, the woman’s husband gives her a Peloton bike for Christmas and the commercial spot struck a nerve with social media users. “Nothing says ‘maybe you should lose a few pounds’ like gifting your already rail-thin life partner a Peloton,” tweeted Siraj Hashmi. While the company said in a statement to […]

  • Family finds list of ‘no call’ officials in diehard Saints fan’s wallet after his death

    METAIRIE, La. – Everyone knew that Jerry McGuinness was a die-hard Saints fan, but his family was shocked by a list they found in his wallet after he passed away recently. The list, carefully printed by hand on a Snoopy notepad, details every official involved in the infamous “no call” NFC Championship game that saw the Saints lose to the Los Angeles Rams after a missed pass interference call. The names of the two officials who were closest to the […]

  • Beloved California school custodian loses foot to spider bite

    ENCINITAS, Calif. (KSWB) — Friends and community members are rallying around a beloved custodian at a North County school whose foot had to be amputated after a bite from a venomous spider. Guil Aguilar was taking out the trash at Park Dale Lane Elementary School in Encinitas when he first felt the bite, family friend and co-worker Santos Vasquez told KSWB. Aguilar was moving some cans by a dumpster and noticed a few spiders but didn’t think much of it, […]

  • Woman arrested for DUI after RV gets stuck in Taco Bell drive-thru

    KENNEWICK, Wash. (KCPQ) — Police arrested a woman on suspicion of DUI after she got her RV stuck in a Washington state Taco Bell drive-thru. According to the Kennewick Police Department, the woman drove the wrong way into the fast-food restaurant’s drive-thru shortly after midnight Friday. The RV couldn’t make the turn and got stuck at the corner of the building. Officers said they suspected the 56-year-old of driving under the influence. She was booked into Benton County Jail.

  • 5-year-old hit by stray bullet now being bullied at school, father says

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The father of a Missouri boy hit by a stray bullet says his son is facing a new challenge. The angry dad says his 5-year-old is being bullied. The Kansas City Public School District said it began looking into the story when Primitivo Garcia Elementary School administrators found out about the allegations Thursday morning. The father of the boy reached out to WDAF after first talking to his son’s vice principal. “I want it to be […]

  • Woman searched for ‘what to do if your husband is upset you are pregnant’ before her murder

    ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. (KTVI) – Search warrants reveal a frightening timeline before a Missouri man’s arrest for murder and  tampering with evidence in the death of his wife. Jennifer Rothwell was approximately six weeks pregnant when she disappeared and was later found murdered, according to KTVI. According to court records, she’d been using her phone to search topics around the subject “what to do if your husband is upset you are pregnant.” Two days before her husband Beau Rothwell’ […]

  • They matched on a dating site and got married, he needed a kidney, and they matched again

    AUBURN, Calif. (KTXL) – A husband and wife in Auburn can now say with certainty they are the perfect match – in more ways than one. Lisa and Dan Summers of Auburn first met through Eharmony. “They actually reached out to me and they’re like, ‘You need to go on this date,’” Lisa told KTXL. “And I hadn’t gotten that with anybody else and they’re like, ‘Your compatibility is extremely high.'” Little did they know how deep that compatibility went. […]

  • ‘Christmas Vacation’ returning to theaters for 30th anniversary

    CLEVELAND (WJW) — It’s a Christmas classic and now it’s coming back to the big screen. “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation” will be returning to select AMC theaters this holiday season to celebrate its 30th anniversary. The 1989 film will be playing from December 6 – 12 at AMC theaters across the nation. Tickets are $5. AMC encourages moviegoers to purchase their tickets in advance because “the last thing you’ll want to hear is ‘Merry Christmas. Theatre’s full.'” Click here for […]

  • Woman pulls gun on McDonald’s employees over condiment mix-up, police say

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WREG) — A Tennessee woman is facing felony charges after police say she pulled a gun on McDonald’s employees over condiments. On Nov. 25, three employees told authorities that they were working at the Memphis McDonald’s when Asia Vester ordered in the drive-thru line. She received her food, but then allegedly became upset when she was given ketchup instead of jelly. Words were reportedly exchanged, and that’s when the 20-year-old suspect allegedly pulled out a gun and pointed […]

  • Don’t kiss the baby: Warning issued to help prevent dangerous illness

    CHICAGO (WGN) – They look so sweet and cuddly. You’ve been waiting to visit with the precious bundles. Unfortunately, illnesses like respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) – which is often mild for healthy adults – can be life-threatening for the tiniest babies. Dr Ravi Jhaveri, an infectious disease physician at Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago, has a seemingly harsh warning this holiday season: do not kiss the baby this holiday season. “It is possible that one contact is enough to transmit […]

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