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  • The Rock ties the knot in Hawaii

    Dwayne Johnson and Lauren Hashian have made it official. The pair tied the knot in Hawaii Sunday. View this post on Instagram We do. August 18th, 2019. Hawaii. Pōmaikaʻi (blessed) @laurenhashianofficial❤️ @hhgarcia41📸 A post shared by therock (@therock) on Aug 19, 2019 at 3:27am PDT The Rock posted pictures to his Instagram page Monday morning. The two have been together since 2007. They share two children.

  • ‘Thank you for being a friend’: Oklahoma woman rents out ‘Golden Girls’ themed AirBnB

    ARDMORE, Okla. – Fans of the classic 80s sitcom ‘Golden Girls’ will soon be able to visit an Oklahoma Airbnb that is decorated with the show in mind. A house that was built on the property of Rue McClanahan’s childhood home is now an Airbnb with a Golden Girls theme. McClanahan, who was raised in Ardmore, played Blanche Deveraux on the popular show. Now, guests can stay in ‘Blanche’s Boudoir,’ ‘Rose’s Room’ and ‘Sophia’s Suite.’ “I have been surprised, honestly, […]

  • Woman dances her way through labor pains at Pennsylvania hospital

    YORK COUNTY, Pa. — WellSpan York Hospital is changing the way women go through labor. The hospital is introducing a 5-minute dance video for moms-to-be as a part of a new labor initiative, helping women dance their way to the delivery room. It features nurses, doctors and hospital staff having fun dancing to choreographed moves for women in labor to watch and follow along in their room. “For them to be by your side constantly checking in on you and […]

  • Man shoots Taco Bell employee after asked to pull forward in drive-thru

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A verbal altercation between a customer and employee at a northwest Oklahoma City Taco Bell landed the employee in the hospital with a gunshot wound. Authorities said they were called to the Taco Bell around 1 a.m. Saturday. An employee asked a customer to pull forward in the drive-thru. The customer argued but eventually pulled forward. Upon doing so, he pulled out a gun and shot the employee. The employee was taken to the hospital and was […]

  • Plague-infected prairie dogs shut down parts of Denver suburb

    COMMERCE CITY, Colo. — Prairie dogs infected with the plague — yes, the plague — have shut down parts of a city and wildlife area near Denver this summer. Sections of the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge were closed in late July as a precautionary measure after the discovery of the disease, the US Fish and Wildlife Service said. Unaffected refuge areas reopened Saturday, but other locations in Commerce City, a suburb north of Denver, will remain closed until Labor Day […]

  • Hundreds of strangers attend El Paso shooting victim’s funeral

    EL PASO, Texas — Antonio Basco stood in front of his wife’s casket for two hours Friday hugging strangers. The El Paso man initially thought no one would show up for his wife’s service. Margie Reckard, 63, was killed when a gunman opened fire at a Walmart. The couple had no relatives in the area. Basco walked into the La Paz Faith Memorial and Spiritual Center to a storm of applause and a procession of people wanting to hug him. The building […]

  • 8-year-old sells lemonade to honor fallen police officers

    OAKDALE, Calif. — A third-grader from Modesto is selling lemonade and raising funds in honor of fallen officers. People from all over Stanislaus County stopped at Millie’s Lemonade Stand in Valley Home Park on Friday to refresh and give back to a cause close to 8-year-old Millie Cox’s heart. “Officers protect us and we wanted to do something nice for them,” Millie told KTXL. All day long, Millie and her classmate, Ashlan, scooped ice and filled lemonade glasses to raise […]

  • FCC fines ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ and ‘Walking Dead’ six-figures

    NEW YORK — An episode of “Jimmy Kimmel Live” last year featured emergency tones in a sketch mocking the presidential alert system, and it’s going to cost parent company ABC dearly. In a statement just issued, the Federal Communications Commission said it hit the show with a $395,000 fine for misusing the tone from the emergency alert system. The emergency alert system (EAS) tone is used on television and cellphones to warn people of impending emergencies such as tornadoes and floods. […]

  • Washington Monument to reopen next month after years of repairs

    The Washington Monument soon will reopen to visitors following years of closure for renovations, the National Park Service announced Friday. Doors will open to the public on at 9 a.m. Sept. 19. The 555-foot marble obelisk, the centerpiece of the National Mall in Washington, DC, was closed for 37 months for repairs to the elevator control system, the National Park Service said in a news release. The monument was shut down in August 2016 when a cable broke loose in the elevator […]

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