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  • 35-year-old artist creates life-like 3D paintings

    Artist, Stefan Pabst is creating 3D paintings that look so realistic, it’s almost as though you can reach out and grab them. The 35-year-old artist living in Germany told BuzzFeed News that he began painting professionally back in 2007. Recently, however, his artwork has gone viral along with YouTube timelapse videos of Pabst creating these paintings. So what inspired the Pabst to paint life-like artwork? He said he was bored painting faces for 10 hours a day and wanted to […]

  • Facebook helps woman to find nearly identical stranger; makes contact

    It is popular belief that there are seven people in the world who look exactly like you; not family members, but total strangers. With over 7 billion people in the world, chances are you may not find them. However, one 23-year-old Texas woman turned to the internet to successfully find her doppelganger living in Indiana.  A friend texted Amanda Fisher about a woman he saw on Instagram. She acknowledged the two looked nearly identical, except for their hair color. Then Amanda Fisher […]

  • Meet the St. Louis high school student who took her senior pictures at Taco Bell

    ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – Most high school seniors head to the park, a garden or a grassy field for their senior pictures. One St. Louis teen, had a completely different location in mind. Brittany Creech, who runs the Missouri Girl Problems twitter account decided to take her senior photos at Taco Bell. She released the photos via Twitter, receiving over 9,000 retweets and 18,000 favorites. remember when I told you guys I was gonna get my senior pictures at taco […]

  • Dad’s new tattoo supports 6-year-old daughter’s hearing implant

    TAUPO, NEW ZEALAND – A New Zealand dad showed support for his 6-year-old daughter Charlotte, by getting a very special tattoo. Just a few days before her cochlear implant, Charlotte’s dad, Alistair Campbell, got a cochlear implant himself. Except his implant is a tattoo. The tattoo is located above his left ear, which is the same location as his daughter’s implant. According to the New Zealand Herald, Campbell said he wanted to let Charlotte know that he could go through […]

  • World Bird Sanctuary brings Burmese Python to FOX 2 studio

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – Recently a man in Warren County was killed a very large python It was almost 15 feet long and as big around as a coffee can. Some claim the pet snake was strangling and swallowing chickens and small pets. Roger Holloway, the World Bird Sanctuary’s Director of Operations, joins FOX 2 with “Kahn” the Albino Burmese python to talk about how to better understand snakes as pets and the “Birds in Concert” event hosted by […]

  • Find out which personality type is least likely to remain employed

    Are you unable to land a job? A new report finds personality may have something to do with it. Truity Psychometrics, a personality and career assessment online provider, found that having the “Perceiver” personality type increases your tendency to be jobless. Out of 16 personality types, people with a preference for Introversion, Sensing, Feeling and Perceiving were most likely to be unemployed. Molly Owens, the Truity CEO, told Business Insider that “Perceivers tend to be freewheeling, spontaneous types who dislike […]

  • “Goober” website pokes fun at ride-sharing services banned in St. Louis

    ST. LOUIS, MO – You may have heard of Uber, the popular ride-sharing app offered in cities across the U.S. However, you may not have heard of Goober. Goober is a website that resembles Uber in format, but does not operate in the same way. was co-created by Tyler Kessler after the St. Louis Metropolitan Taxicab Commission restricted Uber in St. Louis. St. Louis is the largest metropolitan area without UberX services and Goober intended to poke fun at […]

  • Heartwarming photo proves limbs are not required to share a hug

    The heartwarming photo of 3-year-old Ruth Evelyn Pranke and Jessica Cox sharing a hug is going viral. Both born without arms, these ladies are not letting anything stop them from reaching their dreams. The two met at the premiere of Right Footed, a documentary about Jessica’s life as the world’s only armless airplane pilot. Jessica uses her feet to fly the plane and the two ladies spent time posing for pictures on the airplane that Jessica flies.

  • ‘Breaking Bad’ themed coffee shop opens in Istanbul

    ISTANBUL, TURKEY – Customers are trying not to overdose on caffeine at a Breaking Bad-themed coffee shop in Istanbul. Walter’s Coffee pays tribute to the show with coffee served in beakers, employees dressed in yellow jumpsuits, and blue sky candy cupcakes. View this post on Instagram But first, let me take a selfie… ☕️ #walterscoffee A post shared by Walter's Coffee Roastery (@walterscoffee) on Jul 5, 2015 at 4:05am PDT View this post on Instagram #breakingbeans 'e saatler kala hazırlıklar […]

  • St. Jude Dream Home releases LipDub music video

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – LipDub videos are taking over social media. And Payne Family Homes, the builders of the St. Jude Dream Home, wanted in on the action. Here’s a look at their new video showing off the St. Jude Dream Home done to Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believing” all in an effort to eradicate childhood cancer. St. Jude Dream Home giveaway information: Reserve your ticket online for $100 of call 1-800-667-3394 Visit Stop by for an open […]

  • Florida landscaper sentenced for mowing over ducklings

    WELLINGTON, FL – A Florida landscaper is sentenced to three years’ probation and one year in Palm Beach County Jail, after pleading guilty to nine counts of felony cruelty to animals. Back in early May, Jason Falbo was operating a lawnmower where he intentionally mowed over nine ducklings. According to the Sun Sentinel, Falbo said, “They were in my path so I just kept mowing.” Nearby homeowner Boyd Jentzsch witnessed the act and contacted authorities. Jentzch and his family had […]

  • Couples are taking their vows to the grave

    They say it’s “till death do us part,” and some couples are taking that literally. Funeral homes and cemeteries are now being used as venues for weddings. According to the Associated Press, cemetery and funeral homes operators are offering their grounds to make up for lost revenue, due to increasing cremation popularity.

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