These vibrant flowers and plants provide nectar for butterflies and create a bold border for your yard.
Waitress Serves Cowboy Who Sticks Out Like A Sore Thumb. When She Sees His ‘Tip,’ She’s Shocked
Rosalynd Harris was working as a server at Busboys and Poets, a coffee shop located in Washington DC
San Marcos: Student from Japan is the victim of hit and run
Authorities are searching for a hit and run driver who struck and seriously injured an international student in San Marcos on Tuesday.
Ravenna man charged for sexual activity with 13YO girl
A 19-year-old Ravenna man was arrested Sunday after he allegedly contacted a 13-year-old girl on social media, then engaged in sexual activity with her in a vehicle and at his home.
Stylist accused of giving man unwanted 'Stooges' hairdo
MADISON, Wis. (AP) Police in Madison, Wisconsin, arrested a hairstylist after he gave a customer a very unwanted Larry Fine hairdo.Police spokesman Joel DeSpain says the 22-year-old victim told officers the stylist asked him to stop fidgeting and moving h
Atlanta news reporter Amanda Davis dies after suffering massive stroke at airport
Amanda Davis was on her way to San Antonio following the death of her step-father.
The Lawrence Welk Show The Italian Show (1966) on Alabama Public Television
Aladdin, the show's resident Italian, acts as the host for much of this show - and he does it with humor and verve.
Paddle boat yoga? How to find Zen on Lake Murray
Finding Zen on Lake Murray is as easy as S-U-P.
Police: Two people murdered in Lebanon; suspect arrested near Mexico Border
LEBANON, Ore. - The Linn County Sheriff's Office assisted with the investigation of a double-homicide in Lebanon on Saturday. Deputies and officers from the LCSO and Lebanon Police Department were called to a residence on Shannon Place just before 11 a. m. on Saturday, where they found two people had been killed. The deceased have been identified as Tammy Lee Hopper, 42, and Eric Cody Jacobs, 48, from Independence. Hopper resided at the residence.
AT&T using drones to inspect cell towers, exploring capabilities of "Flying COWs"
One wireless carrier is stepping up its game when it comes to drones, exploring ways the machines can help customers in the future. AT&T announced on its official blog that the company is now in the trial phase of its National Drone Program.