Happy Cinco de Mayo, Macon! How are you planning on celebrating? Do you know how Cinco de Mayo originated? Here's a good breakdown.
Ever thought of getting liposuction? Would you trust a doctor who operated out of a barn without proper licensing? Yeah, that's a red flag
United Airlines just can't get a break - a man was stung by a scorpion on a flight after it fell from an overhead compartment. How did it get there? Anyone have any flight horror stories like this?
Wow. Today, a United Airlines flight from Chicago to Louisville was held up due to overbooking. The airline said that four people needed to get off the plane to make room for employees. When no one volunteered, they forcibly removed a man claiming to be a doctor. Here's a video summary of it. What would you do if this happened to you or a loved one?
You've got chips, you've got salsa, but what about something sweet? Here are some SuperBowl treats to make your guests smile.
Lighting up a green light will help let the veterans know they are appreciated. Do you have a green light ready?
Apparently a Parisian hotel thought one security guard was enough to protect famous model Kim Kardashian West, because that's how many guards were on duty when she was robbed at gunpoint. Do you think the hotel was being negligent? Chime in on our comments section.
In 2008, Fairview Park-a hospital in Dublin, Georgia-hired a new executive director of the cardiovascular program. This new department head immediately rejoined a national study that the hospital had dropped out of due to complications. Unfortunately, those complications continued, despite the new director's warnings.
She ran the complaints department at Savannah River Nuclear Solutions (SRNS), and was responsible for helping employees lodge safety concerns and handle disputes. Her department investigated safety and illegal practices complaints to protect the employees that lodged the complaints, but earlier this year she was fired for the same reason her department exists.
A missing text message was the first sign of trouble for a young Georgia woman waiting for her beloved boyfriend to return from Europe. The two had met during a physical fitness retreat and felt an instant connection. They started dating in October and spent the entire month of December together, but the young man had to return to his family and school in Brügge, Belgium, but the distance meant little when compared to the love in their hearts.