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  • Massive 60-foot alligator bonfire built on Mississippi River levee

    (WGNO) – Only in Louisiana. A HUGE Alligator Bonfire has been constructed on the Mississippi River Levee in Garyville in anticipation for the annual bonfires of Christmas Eve held in St James and St John Parishes. Measuring nearly 60 feet from head to tail, this alligator is quite a sight to see. It measures 25-feet at its widest. The annual tradition of the bonfires is like no other residents say. It’s an event that takes place every year in St James […]

  • Bath & Body Works Having Huge Sale Saturday That’s Bigger, Better Than Candle Day

    CLEVELAND (WJW) – We’ve got some good news for holiday shoppers: Bath and Body Works just announced a new and never-before-seen sale that’s arguably better than Candle Day. Last Saturday the company held its annual Candle Day sale in which all 3-wick candles were $9 each in-store and online. This weekend, on Saturday, December 14, Bath and Body Works is holding a sale on all body care products. According to Refinery 29, all body-care products including shower gels, body cleansers, […]

  • Company Surprises Employees With $10 Million In Bonuses At Holiday Party

    BALTIMORE, Maryland (WJW) – One of the largest commercial real estate firms in the Mid-Atlantic will pay a surprise $10 million bonus to all 198 of its employees. The announcement was caught on video. St. John Properties said the surprise was to celebrate the company’s goal of developing 20 million square feet of office, flex/RD&D, retail and warehouse space in eight states, according to a press release. The workers will be paid based a bonus based on their years of service, […]

  • Teen Accused Of Carving His Name Into Girlfriend’s Forehead

    SAN ANTONIO (WGHP) — A Texas 19-year-old is accused of carving his name into his girlfriend’s forehead during an alleged assault at an apartment complex Friday night, KSAT reports. Catalina Mireles, 22, says she thought Jackub Jackson Hildreth was going to kill her. Hildreth was arrested Friday and charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, an arrest affidavit states. Mireles told police that a fight broke out between her and Hildreth and he held her by the neck and “carved his […]

  • ‘I’m Going To A Bronco Game At Last’: 81-Year-Old Superfan With Cancer Given Tickets To 1st Game

    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (KDVR) – An 81-year-old Denver Broncos superfan who is battling cancer will be going to her first ever game, thanks to UCHealth and the Broncos. Hollie “Nanny” Oden got a behind-the-scenes private tour of the Broncos practice facility, UCHealth Training Center, Monday afternoon. “I’m so excited! I hardly slept last night,” Oden said as the tour of Broncos headquarters was starting. “I’ve been a Bronco fan for over 50 years, I’ve never been to a game, though.” The great-grandma […]

  • Virginia Newlyweds On Honeymoon Burned In New Zealand Volcanic Eruption

    RICHMOND, Va. (WTVR) – Newlyweds Matthew and Lauren Urey were seriously hurt Monday when a volcano erupted on White Island in New Zealand, relatives confirmed to WTVR. The Richmond, Virginia couple were on a Royal Caribbean cruise for their honeymoon.  Matthew left his family a voicemail informing them he and Lauren were both badly burned, relatives said, but their family only confirmed their whereabouts Monday afternoon local time.  Family members received a call from Royal Caribbean shortly after the voicemail asking […]

  • ‘Slave Trade’ Assignment At Missouri School Prompts Investigation

    OAKVILLE, Mo. (KTVI) – School officials are investigating a recent classroom assignment at Blades Elementary School after fifth-graders were asked to consider what they’d charge for slaves during a social studies class. The assignment was given at Blades Elementary School in the St. Louis suburb of Mehlville, KTVI reports. “You own a plantation or farm and therefore need more workers,” the problem reads. “You begin to get involved in the slave trade industry and have slaves work on your farm. Your […]

  • The Next Full Moon Occurs On 12/12 At 12:12 A.M.

    CLEVELAND (WJW) – Make sure to keep an eye on the sky before bed on Thursday. According to the Farmers’ Almanac, the next full moon will occur on Dec. 12 at 12:12 a.m. It’s often referred as the “Cold Moon” or “Long Nights Moon.” “This full moon is distinctive for its high trajectory across the sky, causing it to sit above the horizon for a longer period of time,” experts explained. The article went on to note the special meaning […]

  • Giant, Inflatable Ralphie Goes On Display Outside ‘A Christmas Story’ House

    CLEVELAND (WJW) — Christmas is just around the corner – and Ralphie wants you to know it! Saturday night a 20-foot-tall gigantic Ralphie was on display in front of the A Christmas Story House. It’s from the classic scene from “A Christmas Story” when Ralphie was forced to put on his bunny pajamas that came from Aunt Clare. The giant Ralphie was made by Inflatable Images out of Brunswick, Ohio. Inflatable Images also debuted a 20-foot-tall leg lamp inflatable leg lamp […]

  • ‘Christmas Vacation’ Returning To Theaters For 30th Anniversary

    CLEVELAND (WJW) — It’s a Christmas classic and now it’s coming back to the big screen. “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation” will be returning to select AMC theaters this holiday season to celebrate its 30th anniversary. The 1989 film will be playing from December 6 – 12 at AMC theaters across the nation. Tickets are $5. AMC encourages moviegoers to purchase their tickets in advance because “the last thing you’ll want to hear is ‘Merry Christmas. Theatre’s full.'” Click here for […]

  • U.S. Postal Service Releases Stamp To Raise Money For Veterans With PTSD

    WASHINGTON — The United States Postal Service has issued a new semipostal stamp that is now available at Post Offices nationwide. The First-Class stamps will sell for 65 cents, a price which includes a ten cent premium to be donated to veterans causes. The “Healing PTSD” semipostal stamps, now released nationwide, are First-Class Mail postage stamps. Art director Greg Breeding designed them using art by Mark Laita which features a photo illustration showing a green plant sprouting up from brown, […]

  • Def Leppard, Mötley Crüe, Poison announce 2020 ‘Stadium Tour’ details

    (Tribune Media Wire) – Mötley Crüe, Def Leppard, Poison have released the official schedule of the 2020 tour they teased in November, when they literally blew up a contract they say prevented them from touring together. Joan Jett and the Blackhearts will be opening for the legendary rockers when Stadium Tour 2020 kicks off July 7 at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida. The nationwide tour ends Sept. 5 in Inglewood, California. We are heading out on tour […]

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