During a live forecast this week, meteorologist Joe “Milo” Snedeker of WNEP-TV hilariously ranted and raved in what can only be described as a mini-meltdown. There’s a high pressure front of seriously ticked-off weatherman rolling in, folks.
Imagine you’ve lost your dog or cat. Those who’ve been through this heartbreaking experience know you’d do almost anything to get your pet back. And that desire is exactly what makes you a prime target for the lost pet scam.
Girl Scout cookie season is upon us! As you stock up on Samoas, Tagalongs and Thin Mints this year, you also might want to consider scoring a box or two of Savannah Smiles, a new cookie which celebrates the Girl Scouts’ 100th anniversary.
Parents, if you want to smarter children let them play outside. A new study published in the Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine found a direct link between physical activity and the academic performance of school children.
A Texas teen who died from a rare heart condition on Christmas left behind a video story that is inspiring millions. 18 year-old Ben Breedlove was born with a rare heart condition, hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, and suffered a heart attack on Christmas Eve. He passed away the next day.
This year, magazines used a lot of ink writing about who got married and who broke up. But all that aside, there were still plenty of celebrity news stories to go around. Here's a look at 10 that had everyone buzzing.
Henry DiCarlo, the meteorologist for Los Angeles’ KTLA5, was supposed to do the weather during a segment on the Salvation Army’s annual Christmas fundraising efforts. But he didn’t like the time he was given to do his segment. So what did he …
At just under 25 inches tall, some toddlers can reach shelves she can’t. But 18-year-old Indian student Jyoti Amge has a claim to fame they don’t: she’s just been recognized by Guinness World Records as the world’s shortest living woman…