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  • Recent survey asks: what age is too old to keep working?

    A CBS report is asking the question: how old is too old to keep working? They reported statistics Monday from a recent survey by the Transamerica Center for Retirement Studies showing that 53-percent of workers expect to work beyond age 65 and 13-percent say they don’t plan to retire at all. That data begs another question: how long can workers realistically expect to stay on the job? In the same survey, when asked what age might be considered “too old to work,” more […]

  • Defending Nathan’s Famous champ Joey “Jaws” Chestnut sets record with 74 hot dogs

    NEW YORK (AP) — Joey “Jaws” Chestnut extended his reign as champion eater at the Nathan’s Famous July Fourth hot dog eating contest Wednesday, downing a record 74 wieners and buns in 10 minutes to take home the coveted Mustard Belt for an 11th time. JOEY CHESTNUT HAS DONE IT AGAIN! — ESPN (@espn) July 4, 2018 Miki Sudo held onto her title as the top women’s competitor at the annual Brooklyn eat-off, chomping 37 franks and buns to […]

  • Under-application requires higher SPF in sunscreen, according to new study

    For years, there has been debate about whether using sunscreen over SPF 50 really makes a difference. Now a new study suggests you may want to go higher for better protection. Some people find choosing a sunscreen overwhelming with so many options. Now a new research suggests higher SPF sunscreens may be your best bet to avoid sunburn. A recent study in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology found that SPF 100 was more protective than SPF 50. […]

  • Thousands of people are eligible to collect $1,200 in Do Not Call Registry lawsuit against Dish Network

    Thousands of people who got a telemarketing call for Dish Network in 2010 or 2011 may be able to collect $1,200 per call. If you think that sounds too good to be true, you’re not alone. Lawyers say they are having trouble convincing people to sign up to get the money they’re owed from the $61 million class-action lawsuit over sales pitches to people on the national Do Not Call Registry. There’s been a 120 percent increase in complaints about violations […]

  • Authorities name the Puerto Rican airmen killed in the military plane crash in Georgia, including one Madison resident

    (CNN) — Puerto Rico’s National Guard on Thursday identified the nine airmen killed a day earlier when an aging cargo plane nosedived into a Georgia highway. The WC-130 plane, from the 156th Airlift Wing on the island, was flying from Savannah to Tucson, Arizona, when it crashed shortly after takeoff. “Taking care of our fallen airmen’s families and loved ones is our top priority,” said Brig. Gen. Isabelo Rivera, adjutant general of the Puerto Rico National Guard. The pilot was identified […]

  • 4 dead in 3 states in deadly incestuous crime spree

    NEW MILFORD, Conn. — Four people are dead in three states after a deadly crime spree, at the root of which is an incestuous relationship. New Milford police said Steven Pladl killed an infant he fathered with his own daughter Katie Pladl, then killed his daughter and her adoptive father, Anthony Fusco. In a news conference on Friday, Police Chief Shawn Boyne revealed that Steven Pladl, used an assault-type rifle to kill Katie Pladl and Fusco. Police said Steven Pladl […]

  • Birmingham 6th grader writes will in case he ever gets killed at school

    BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Children should be focused on school, on growing up, on just being children. But a slew of school violence threats sweeping the country in recent weeks led to two Birmingham sixth-graders penning a last will and testament of sorts on loose leaf paper. “Play Station 4, plus controllers, plus the games that go to it, my cat, my TV, my Xbox, and other stuff that goes to it, hoverboard,” 6th grader Javon Davies listed. Those items sound like […]

  • Dog in the race? Pooch barred from race for Kansas governor

    HUTCHINSON, Kan. (AP) — Kansas election officials are putting the brakes on a dog’s campaign for governor. KWCH-TV reports that Terran Woolley, of Hutchinson, decided to file the paperwork over the weekend for his 3-year-old pooch, Angus, to run for the state’s top office after reading stories about six teenage candidates. The teens entered the race after learning Kansas doesn’t have an age requirement, something lawmakers are seeking to change. Angus is a type of hunting dog called a wire-haired Vizsla. […]

  • Early morning shooting at Indianapolis bar leaves 2 dead, 3 injured

    INDIANAPOLIS, In. — Indianapolis police say they’re investigating a shooting at a bar that left two people dead, and three others injured. It happened early Sunday, just after 2 a.m. Police say a disturbance took place at the Sawmill Saloon prior to the shooting. Investigators continue to gather evidence and are asking for the public’s help with any information. One person died at the scene, and another at a hospital. At least two others are in critical condition, and one […]

  • Entangled humpback whale freed off Hawaiian beach

    Maui, Hawaii (KITV) — An entangled adult humpback whale was freed by a team of trained responders off Makena Beach, Maui, on Friday. The animal was trailing more than 285 feet of 3/8 braided line from its mouth. All gear was successfully removed and recovered. Gear will be analyzed towards determining its possible origins and trying to reduce entanglement threat in the future. The whale was first reported Thursday, Jan. 11 at 11:40 a.m. by the captain of the fishing […]

  • Legendary college football broadcaster Keith Jackson dies at 89

    CBS Sports — Keith Jackson, the man whose voice was synonymous with college football for generations of fans, died Friday night at age 89, according to his family. Jackson’s broadcast career began at Washington State in 1952 when he called a game between Washington State and Stanford, but it was just the first of many stops for the legendary voice. During his expansive career, Jackson also called the NFL, MLB, NBA, PGA Tour golf, the Olympics, boxing, racing and even some college basketball […]

  • Investors to Apple: Fight iPhone addiction among kids

    Two heavyweight investors say Apple should do more to combat iPhone addiction among young people. California State Teachers’ Retirement System and Jana Partners — two major funds that own about $2 billion in Apple stock between them — are pressuring the tech giant to take a stronger stance on the mental health effects of excessive smartphone use by children and teenagers. The investors pointed to a number of studies highlighting the detrimental effects of smartphone addiction. They include being less attentive […]