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  • Police: Woman passes out with .338 BAC while walking baby in stroller in Florida

    CLEARWATER, Fla. (WFLA) — A woman passed out with a BAC of .338 while walking an infant in a stroller on a public sidewalk in Clearwater, Florida Saturday afternoon, police said. Emergency crew responded to Bay Esplanade around 2:45 p.m. after Stephanie Saladino, 46, was found on a public sidewalk next to a stroller where an 11-month-old child was sleeping. Saladino and the baby were transported to a local hospital. Nurses told police that Saladino had a blood alcohol level […]

  • President Trump rolls out new guidelines for prayer in school

    WASHINGTON, D.C. (NEXSTAR) — The Trump Administration rolled out new guidelines Thursday afternoon to protect prayer in public schools. He also rolled back restrictions on religious groups who receive federal funding, saying if they’re treated differently than non-religious groups, that’s a form of discrimination. “Prayer in public school has always been an important part of our nation’s history,” according to Chase Windebank. Before Windebank graduated from his Colorado Springs High School, he took his own school to court. “We wound […]

  • Big Game Bound Week 20: Championship Sunday preview

    (NEXSTAR) — We are down to the final four. This Sunday is Championship Sunday and on “Big Game Bound,” we’re previewing the mega-matchups. The winners will book their ticket to Super Bowl LIV in Miami. In the AFC, star quarterback Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs host the surprise of the postseason, the No. 6 seed Tennessee Titans. The Chiefs defense will be tasked with slowing down NFL rushing leader Derrick Henry. Henry has rushed 64 times for 377 […]

  • Woman faces charges for allegedly making bomb in Walmart in front of child

    TAMPA, Fla (WFLA) – A Tampa woman appeared before a judge Monday after she was arrested for allegedly making a bomb inside of a Walmart. Emily Stallard, 37, reportedly crafted the homemade bomb in front of a child at the Walmart on East Fletcher Avenue. The Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office said a security guard noticed Stallard wandering aimlessly through the aisles for more than an hour, opening odd items such as nails, a Mason jar and denatured alcohol. He told […]

  • Baby Yoda coming to Build-A-Bear workshops in a few months

    TAMPA (WFLA) – Baby Yoda is coming to Build-A-Bear. The lovable and insanely popular character from “The Mandalorian” has been in high demand since the show debuted on Disney Plus in November. New toys are not being made available until Spring 2020. However, Baby Yoda fans may not have to wait much longer thanks to Build-A-Bear’s announcement at the ICR Conference in Orlando. “I’m excited to share we will be one of the first companies to provide the digital and internet […]

  • ‘Everybody loves it’: Missouri bar installs new White Claw claw machine

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. (WDAF) — A White Claw claw? It’s the newest game at a bar in Kansas City. White Claw, a hard seltzer that boasts 100 calories and fun flavors like natural lime and raspberry, has soared in popularity in recent years. Now, bar-goers can try to win a prize by clawing a White Claw can at Gambal’s Social Club in Westport, Missouri. To play, you just deposit a dollar and you’ll get your chance to grab a can of […]

  • With new law, FCC hopes to make ‘significant dent’ in robocall crackdown

    WASHINGTON (NEXSTAR) — Now that President Donald Trump has signed legislation aimed at stopping illegal robocalls, the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) hopes the agency will make a significant dent in putting an end to the problem. FCC Chairman Ajit Pai said the TRACED Act is designed to help them crack down on robocalls. “It’s one of the things that’s generated the most complaints at the FCC, year after year, after year,” Pai said. Pai said the law […]

  • Hidden History: The brutal tackle that changed the face of football

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – The journey that changed the face of football forever started with one player from Fort Wayne, Indiana. Johnny Bright’s courage, determination, and perseverance on the gridiron led to monumental changes in equipment and rules. From Central High School phenom all the way to the Canadian Football League Hall of Fame, Bright left an unforgettable legacy on sports and American history. It was through a series of brutal, racist tackles he endured during his college years that […]

  • New Trump administration rule could speed up infrastructure, but impact climate

    WASHINGTON (NEXSTAR) – President Trump is proposing a change to a 50-year-old law designed to protect the environment. “The United States will not be able to compete and prosper in the 21st Century if we continue to allow a broken and outdated bureaucratic system hold us back from building what we need,” President Trump said Thursday. Trump wants to limit how long projects can be under environmental review. He hopes the change will speed up efforts to fix American’s roadways, […]

  • House Democrats frustrated with Senate as 300+ bills passed last year remain untouched

    WASHINGTON (NEXSTAR) — House Democrats are urging the Senate to act on the more than 300 bills sent to the upper chamber last year. Congressman Jamie Raskin, D-Maryland, said 275 of those bills are bipartisan and are important to millions of Americans. “It’s a defeat of our Constitutional design to take the legislation and not even act on it,” Raskin said. “It’s not like we’ve got the Democrats fighting against Republicans.” Raskin said he blames Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell […]

  • Lawmakers call on Facebook to do more to protect users

    WASHINGTON (NEXSTAR) — Facebook was once again in the hot seat on Capitol Hill Wednesday, with lawmakers questioning what they call deceptive and manipulative practices online and calling on the tech giant to do more to protect users. “Millions of Americans have been affected by data breaches and privacy abuses,” Rep. Debbie Dingell, D-Mich., said during a committee hearing. “The cost of failure to protect sensitive information is being pushed on millions of people who are being breached.” Tristan Harris, […]

  • 10-year-old Alabama boy returns $900 to woman who lost envelope in Target

    HOOVER, Ala. (WIAT) — A regular Target run turned into a test of one 10-year-old’s integrity when he found an envelope full of money left in an aisle. Friday, January 3, Foster Dudley and his mother, Parisa, were shopping at Target in Hoover when they walked down an aisle near the pharmacy and Dudley Foster made a discovery – an envelope. The envelope was filled with nine $100 bills and a bank receipt with the owner’s name on it. “It […]

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