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  • Get paid $5,000 to live in a Scottish castle while drinking bottomless coffee

    SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) – If you love coffee and castles and all things royalty – this may be the dream job for you! Coffee company Gevalia Kaffe is looking for its next “Coffee Queen,” who will reign over a Scottish castle for a week and get paid $5,000 as a “salary,” in addition to an all-expenses paid trip to Scotland for two with accommodations for 6 nights. The Coffee Queen will rule over Carlowrie Castle, which is located in the Scottish capital […]

  • Military widows set to finally receive survivor benefits

    WASHINGTON – A bipartisan defense bill moving through Congress includes benefits that thousands of military families have been waiting for. The bill means more than 65,000 surviving military spouses will receive benefits they’ve earned after decades of waiting. “They now know people truly care,” Sen. Doug Jones (D-AL) said. Sen. Jones helped get what’s called the “Military Widows Tax” repealed as part of this year’s National Defense Authorization Act. Sen. Jones – with the help of Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME) […]

  • Man illegally parked in Ohio handicap space had threatened President Obama, police say

    WEATHERSFIELD TWP., Ohio (WKBN) – Ohio police say a man they found in a vehicle parked illegally was wanted on a parole violation after a 2014 conviction for threatening then-President Barack Obama. According to Weathersfield police, an officer on patrol Wednesday was investigating a car parked illegally in a handicap spot at the Pine Tree Plaza on Route 422. Police say 33-year-old Christopher Gembicki, of Girard, was inside the car. Officer ran a check on Gembicki’s identity and discovered that he […]

  • Big Game Bound Week 15: Walter Payton Man of the Year Award

    (NEXSTAR) — It’s Week 15 of “Big Game Bound,” and we have a special edition of the show as the NFL has just named the finalists for the 2019 Walter Payton Man of the Year Award. In honor of that, we’re talking to Walter Payton’s son, Jarrett. What does it mean to the Payton family to have Walter’s legacy tied to this award? Jarrett tells some compelling stories about the example Walter Payton set for his children and the city of Chicago. He […]

  • Disney security guard arrives naked to Florida prostitution sting

    POLK COUNTY, Fla. (WFLA) – Authorities have arrested more than 100 people in an undercover sting targeting prostitution, human trafficking and child predators in Polk County, including a pastor and two people who work at Orlando theme parks. The six-day investigation, dubbed “Operation Santa’s Naughty List” aimed to identify and help victims of human trafficking who might have been forced into prostitution. “I in my heart believe that every one of these prostitutes at some point in their time in […]

  • Women who have been best friends for nearly 80 years move into same care home

    MANSFIELD, England (WJW) – They’ve been best friends for nearly 80 years and that’s never going to change. Olive Woodward and Kathleen Saville love each other so much they now live in the same care home in England. The two women, who are both 89, have reportedly been friends since they were 11-years-old. Saville has lived at a care home named Berry Hill Park for a year. Woodward joined her last month, and they even have rooms on the same […]

  • Lawmakers at odds over how to lower prescription drug prices

    WASHINGTON, D.C. (NEXSTAR) — Lawmakers in both the House and Senate agree that prescription drug prices are too high. But both chambers are pushing different ways to lower them. “We pay more for prescription drugs than any other developed country. Why are Americans paying more for the exact same drugs,” said Rep. Judy Chu (D-Calif.). “This bill, HR 3 will put an end to that.” Rep. Chu says H.R. 3 would lower prescription drug prices by allowing the Secretary of […]

  • House to vote on bill lowering prescription drug prices

    WASHINGTON — House Democrats plan to vote later this week on a bill designed to lower prescription drug prices. H.R. 3, now named in honor of the late Congressman Elijah Cummings, would empower the federal government to negotiate lower drug prices on the most expensive drugs covered by Medicare. “It’s going to allow us to negotiate prices and not just pay whatever pharma says,” Congressman Peter Welch, D-Vermont, said. The Congressional Budget Office estimates it will save consumers nearly $500 […]

  • Live coverage & analysis: Judiciary Committee nears impeachment vote

    WASHINGTON – The House Judiciary Committee could vote on articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump as soon as Thursday. The committee met for several hours on Wednesday night to begin deliberating on the two articles that were introduced against the president on Tuesday for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. House Democrats announced the articles after weeks of public hearings featuring testimony from key witnesses, law scholars and attorneys for each party. During Wednesday night’s markup hearing, each member of […]

  • Hershey’s Kisses lovers rejoice! Now there’s a breakfast cereal

    Love Hershey’s Kisses so much you’d eat them for breakfast? Well now you can – sort of. General Mills has collaborated with Hershey’s to create a chocolatey breakfast cereal named after the beloved foil-wrapped treats. The Kiss-shaped cereal pieces have a “a nice light crunch and smooth chocolate flavor,” a General Mills spokesperson said in a statement. Hershey’s Kisses cereal has been spotted on the shelves of select retailers such as Walmart. YouTuber Tami Dunn said she found a family sized […]

  • Senate prepares for possible impeachment trial

    WASHINGTON (Nexstar) — Tuesday, House Democrats announced two articles of impeachment against President Trump, abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. It’s expected the House of Representatives will vote to approve those articles as soon as next week, impeaching the President and setting the state for a trial in the Senate. Senators are now gearing up for that historic development. “I look forward if it comes to this in January, of sitting in the chamber, one of 100 senators and […]

  • Montana dog found in West Virginia starts journey home for the holidays

    CHARLETON, W.Va. (WOWK) – A pit-bull mix named Zeus was taken from his home in Montana and ended up in Charleston, West Virginia. Zeus is finally “em-barking” on his 2,000-mile return journey to his family in Butte, Montana after he was taken from them in October and found at Kanawha Charleston Humane Association. Zeus will start his journey in Charleston, and Many Paws Volunteer Transport has coordinated a four day, 30-leg trip that will require numerous volunteers to eventually get him back […]

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