Girl talk with decorated pilot, author

Girl talk with decorated pilot, author
Florida couple discovers tunnel in home once used by bootleggers

by Tony Doris, Palm Beach Post

In retrospect, you can imagine 1920s-era cars racing up the back roads of Florida, revenuers hot on their tails as the bootleggers screech into darkened garages. It’s not what you imagine when you buy a West Palm Beach home these days. But sometimes history is waiting for you in the basement, as George and Barbarann Paddick discovered. The Paddicks...

Girl talk with decorated pilot, author
Texas deputies turn snowy patrol vehicles into ‘Cars’ characters

by Bob D’Angelo, Cox Media Group National Content Desk

Texas deputies had some fun when it snowed in their area Friday morning. In a Facebook post, the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office showed off photos of snow-covered patrol cars that looked like characters from the “Cars” movies, the Houston Chronicle reported. “It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas!!” the post...

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Hair-raising: Tweet to help cosmetologist drum up business goes viral

by Bob D’Angelo, Cox Media Group National Content Desk

What began as a simple tweet turned into a hair-raising success for a Texas man who was trying to drum up business for his mother. Moses Castellano of San Antonio tweeted a plea to help his mother. Liliana, overcome a slow time in her job as a cosmetologist, KSAT reported. “Hey y'all, my mom moved salons recently and because of that she...

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Woman spends 20th anniversary in jail for minor traffic violation

by Tom Jones, WSBTV.com

A Georgia woman said contesting her minor traffic ticket got her thrown in jail, and her complaint is the reason the judge is now off the bench. “Embarrassing,” Shari Hurston Tatum said. Tatum is red-faced after she had to celebrate her wedding anniversary away from her husband.  “No, it wasn't a celebration. I spent the...

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Giving Fence supplies needy Colorado families with warm clothes

by Bob D’Angelo, Cox Media Group National Content Desk

A Colorado couple renewed its goal of giving back to the community as the Giving Fence reopened to provide clothing to families in need. Families who lack gloves, scarves and hats can come to the fence, owned by Robert and Tonja Himschoot of Fountain. “We wanted to do something to give back to the community,” Tonja Himschoot told KOAA...