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  • Driver who dodged 1,645 tolls learns her fate

    MOUNT JOY, Pa. – A woman who dodged tolls on the Pennsylvania Turnpike 1,645 times over a five-year period will end up paying more than $12,500 for those trips. Lori Yearick, 45, of Mount Joy, Penn., pleaded guilty, and her plea deal allows her to pay a lot less than she was originally said to owe: $92,000, thanks to the turnpike policy of charging toll dodgers the amount they would have owed had they traveled the highway’s entire length. Her […]

  • Cities where millennials make the most money… and Ohio is on the list!

    Photo Credit: Hero Images Inc. / Alamy Stock Photo In May 2018, the Bureau of Labor Statistics announced that the consumer price index (CPI), which measures the price changes for a “market basket” of consumer goods and services, rose 2.8% over the last 12 months. This represented a significant increase in inflation, which is at a six-year high, and contributed to the stagnation of real wages, which remained unchanged year over year. These economic trends affect all demographics, but they’ve been […]

  • Video shows 2-year-old and his ‘new best friend’ playing fetch over fence

    SAVAGE, Minn. – A fence couldn’t stop a 2-year-old Minnesota boy from playing fetch with his new best friend, Dozer, the neighbor’s Labrador retriever. The boy’s father, Chad Nelson, recorded his son Conway throwing a ball across a fence into a neighbor’s backyard. On the other side, Dozer happily returns the ball by standing on two legs so he can drop it into Nelson’s yard. A fence can’t stop my two-year-old from playing with his new best friend. pic.twitter.com/9QBuaq4Ee2 — Chad […]

  • Four arrested after 15-year-old found living with barn animals, eating twigs and grass

    MEEKER, Okla. – Four people face charges after a severely malnourished Oklahoma teenager was found living in a barn with farm animals, subsisting on sticks, leaves and grass, according to officials. Lincoln County First Assistant District Attorney Adam Panter told the Shawnee News-Star that the boy’s father, stepmother and two older brothers have been arrested on complaints of child neglect. The 15-year-old boy was found at a home near Meeker July 12 after a concerned passerby noticed something wasn’t right. […]

  • Chick-fil-A axes popular product, upset customers take to Twitter

    COLLEGE PARK, Ga. — Chick-fil-A has announced that they’re cutting a well-loved product from their line-up. The Cow Calendar. Chick-fil-A has officially declared that the 2018 calendar will be the chicken sandwich franchise’s last. The company sent out word Wednesday in an email to customers stating that the calendar is discontinued, marking an end to “20 years of steers,” reports The News & Observer. The Cow Calendar was popular not only for the pictures of Chick-fil-A cows up to their […]

  • Two kids injured in possible shark attacks at Long Island beaches

    FIRE ISLAND, N.Y. — Two children were bitten in possible shark attacks at beaches on Fire Island Wednesday, authorities on Long Island said. It happened around 11:24 a.m. at Sailors Haven beach and 11:28 a.m. at Atlantique Beach, according to Suffolk County police. A 13-year-old boy at the ocean with a camp program was injured at Atlantique Beach and hospitalized. He was boogie boarding in the waves when he was bitten, according to officials with the town of Islip. The […]

  • Video shows veteran reunited with service dog missing after thieves stole SUV

    INDIANAPOLIS – A Marine veteran’s missing service dog was safely found on Wednesday, according to WXIN. Indianapolis police asked the public to help find 2-year-old Wrigley on Tuesday after the Toyota 4Runner that he was in was stolen from a Flying J truck stop on the south side of Indianapolis. “He’s trained to sense oncoming seizures and migraine headaches,” Lana Whitner told WXIN. “He’s my lifeline right now.” The vehicle was later recovered on the east side, but police say Wrigley, […]

  • Couple kept girl locked in basement, thought she was possessed by ‘demon’: police

    WAUKEGAN, Ill. – Two suburban Illinois parents are accused of keeping their 10-year-old daughter locked in the basement because they thought she was possessed by a “demon.” Police arrested 48-year-old Randy Swopes and 49-year-old Katherine Swopes, who are being held on child endangerment and unlawful restraint charges, according to WGN. Officers responded to a home in the 200 block of Liberty Street in Waukegan Tuesday after receiving an anonymous call that someone was held captive in the home’s basement. Police […]

  • Newlyweds killed in crash were ‘the perfect couple,’ friends say

    ALLEGAN COUNTY, Mich. – Two Michigan newlyweds died Tuesday afternoon in a car accident, just weeks after they exchanged vows. On Wednesday, Logan and Hannah Allbaugh’s grieving friends described the couple’s relationship as a fairytale, according to WXMI. “It’s just so horrible that they only got to enjoy three weeks of marriage,” said Hannah’s childhood friend, Derek Rice. “It’s heartbreaking.” Logan, 24, and Hannah, 22, were married June 23 at the home of a childhood friend in Allegan County – just a few […]

  • How to get free McDonald’s french fries every Friday for rest of 2018

    Do you like McDonald’s fries? Then don’t miss out on this deal. The fast-food restaurant chain says they will be giving out free french fries for the rest of the year. You can get an order of medium fries for free every Friday until December 30, 2018 with a $1 purchase. There is one catch, however. You have to download the McDonald’s app to get the coupon, then make a purchase of at least one dollar during your visit to […]

  • Relax, you are about to get a snake massage

    NEW YORK – A new style of massage is creating quite a buzz online, thanks in part to National Snake Day earlier this week. Some cultures revere the serpents while others simply keep them as pets, but now you can get a snake massage. “Just enjoy them and feel them,” Serpentessa, a snake priestess at Dreaming Goddess in Poughkeepsie, told one of her clients, Pam Kelly, during a recent massage session. Serpentessa guided three boa constrictors, some longer than six feet, […]

  • Parents angry over ‘ridiculous rule’ after apartment complex bans sidewalk chalk

    VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. – A ban on sidewalk chalk in one Virginia Beach community has some residents – and their children – upset. A sign was recently hung on the doors in buildings at the Carolanne Terrace Apartments in Virginia Beach stating that the complex has received complaints about children drawing on the sidewalk with chalk. According to the sign, this is considered graffiti and will no longer be allowed. If it continues, the parents of the children will be […]