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  • Where’s Maggie? Diving into a Spring Break adventure at Downtown Aquarium

    Maggie’s first spring break adventure is underwater! She’s splishing, splashin’ and having a great time at the Downtown Aquarium. Join in the fun as we chill with the sting rays, learn about all the activities the aquarium has to offer and enjoy a quick snack with an unexpected friend. View this post on Instagram 🐳 Splish, splash! We're diving into some spring break fun this AM at the aquarium in Downtown! Morning Dose is LIVE until 9 a.m. @mflecknoe @aquariumhouston […]

  • Should fathers get paid paternity leave?

    The idea of paid paternity leave has hit the national stage as focus shifts from new moms to the whole family unit when a child is born. One company in particular is offering a grant to fathers who do not have access to paid paternity leave. Dove started a Paternity Leave Fund that is an effort to raise over $1 million for dads across America over the next two years, according to their website. The fund will provide fathers who do not have […]

  • Paramedics push patient nearly a mile on icy streets after ambulance gets stuck

    ST. LOUIS – What seemed like a normal call for two Maryland Heights Fire Protection District firefighter paramedics in St. Louis, Missouri, quickly turned into an unsteady situation unknowingly captured by a stranger. Jon Stillpass and Shaylor Taetz, who have both been working as paramedics and firefighters for about seven years, had to go to extreme lengths to get a patient to DePaul Hospital in wintry conditions. The two had no idea the event was photographed by Carol Parks, one […]

  • Disney releases long-awaited ‘Frozen 2’ trailer — and it does not disappoint

    Disney released the long-awaited Frozen 2 teaser trailer on Wednesday — and it does not disappoint The icy sequel looks to make Elsa (and possibly Anna) superheroes — but it is only a teaser trailer. The original film was released in 2013 and grossed over $1.2 billion at the box office. It’s currently the highest-grossing animated film of all time. The sequel hits theaters on November 22, 2019.

  • City’s entire snow plow fleet sabotaged right before snow storm

    MT. VERNON, N.Y. – One of the benefits of living in a densely populated region is expecting your tax dollars to salt and plow a clear path to work during a snowstorm. But on Tuesday morning in Mt. Vernon, New York, residents woke up to hit the road and got a rude awakening. Rubber gloves, lots of them, had been deliberately stuffed into the gas tanks of the city’s entire fleet of garbage, plow, and salt trucks – just in […]

  • Recognize this shoe? Its owner is missing a foot

    Canadian police say they’re not alarmed by a human foot on a British Columbia beach—at least the 15th discovered since 2007. The left foot washed ashore in West Vancouver in September, though the BC Coroners Service is just now looking for help identifying its owner. “Typically … we would work with any of the available information that we would find at a scene to help determine the identity, but, in this case, we’ve exhausted those options,” spokesman Andy Watson tells […]

  • FBI hopes serial killer’s portraits of victims could lead to identifications

    The FBI is hoping portraits of women drawn by the man who says he killed them will help them to identify the victims and notify their families. The agency released 16 images on Tuesday, drawn from memory by Samuel Little, who told authorities they are just some of the more than 90 people he killed over three decades. “We are hoping that someone — family member, former neighbor, friend — might recognize the victim and provide that crucial clue in […]

  • Man’s ‘bathroom humor’ leads to 911 bomb threat call at Kansas Home Depot

    WICHITA, Kan. – A man’s playful warning before using the toilet inside a Kansas Home Depot store led to a 911 call Monday afternoon, according to The Wichita Eagle. According to a police report, someone in the bathroom said, “You all need to get out of here because I’m fixin’ to blow it up.” A store employee alerted security after another man, who had apparently overheard the “men’s bathroom humor,” walked out of a stall and said, “Somebody told me there’s […]

  • Colorado store that ditched Nike over Kaepernick ad goes out of business

    COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – The owner of the Colorado sporting goods store said he doesn’t regret taking a stand against Nike over the company’s signature Colin Kaepernick ad campaign, but he admits it probably contributed to the ultimate failure of his business. Stephen Martin told KOAA that he decided Sunday night to close Prime Time Sports for good because he “just can’t keep the doors open anymore.” Martin decided to stop selling Nike merchandise in September of 2018 and posted […]

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