Georgia couple buys Chili's for wedding guests, feeds 99 people for less than $2K: 'Loved the price'
A bride and groom from Georgia bought food from Chili’s for their 99 wedding guests. They spent $1,950 total, but skipping the delivery fee created its own set of challenges.
Woman hits lottery for third time with $2M scratch-off win, and she's not planning to stop: 'Having fun'
A woman in California has won the lottery for the third time from a scratch-off game. She mistakenly thought she won $2,000 this time, but it was actually $2 million.
$6K Japanese gelato breaks world record for most expensive ice cream: 'Rich in taste and texture'
The world's most expensive ice cream is made by a Japanese gelato company and it's only slightly sweet in flavor since it's made with white truffle, Parmigiano Reggiano and sake lees.
Taco Bell aims to cancel 'Taco Tuesday' trademark held by competitor and small business: 'We all win'
Taco Bell is trying to end the "Taco Tuesday" trademark registrations that belong to a competitor and a small business because it thinks all taco shops should be able to use the phrase.
Walmart shopper urges TikTok users to 'check your receipts' after she was charged $150 for bananas
A woman took to TikTok claiming she was charged $150 for bananas she purchased at a Walmart Supercenter in Shreveport, Louisiana.
Sneaker thieves steal $13K worth of right-foot sneakers: report
Three people in Peru reportedly broke into a shoe store in Huancayo and stole over 200 name-brand sneakers – only taking the right-foot shoes. Police are investigating the crime.
Woman on TikTok claiming employer wants her to change her hair color has users sounding off
A woman's viral TikTok about her refusal to dye her hair for a potential employer has led to many people questioning and discussing whether colorful hair is acceptable at work.
Miller High Life beer cans destroyed after slogan disapproval: 'Misleads the public and harms winemakers'
Social media users chime in after Comité Champagne, a French champagne organization, announced it requested Miller High Life beer cans be destroyed due to "infringement."
'Reward' offered to Arizona Dairy Queen thief who swiped giant spoon statue: 'Bring the spoon back'
A husband and wife who are Dairy Queen franchise owners in Arizona, are offering a tasty reward to the thief who stole a giant, red spoon statue from a Phoenix location.
Police in Arizona search for 15-foot-tall red spoon statue stolen from Phoenix Dairy Queen
The Phoenix Police Department continue to search for a 15-foot-tall, red Dairy Queen spoon that was reportedly stolen from one of the chain's locations in Phoenix, Arizona.
Hidden Valley Ranch ice cream made by Van Leeuwen to sell exclusively at Walmart
Van Leeuwen Ice Cream and Hidden Valley Ranch are bringing a ranch-inspired ice cream flavor to Walmart stores starting on March 20 — National Ranch Day.
American Airlines passenger arrested after allegedly urinating on another flyer during New York-India flight
A 21-year-old college student in America was arrested in India Saturday after urinating on a passenger during a flight from New York City.
Rare doubled die error pennies sell for big bucks. Here's what they are, and how to find one
Coin collectors have been spending hundreds, thousands and most recently, more than $1 million on a penny that was mistakenly stamped twice. Here's why the coins are valuable.
Pennsylvania airport officials discover stowaway frog in luggage
Transportation and Security Administration officials recently found a live frog while checking bags at the Harrisburg International Airport in Pennsylvania.
New York TSA finds live cat in luggage at JFK airport: ‘Cat’s out of the bag’
TSA officers in New York at JFK Airport discovered a live orange cat while scanning bags in an X-ray machine.
Hundreds of FedEx packages dumped near ravine, Alabama police say
Alabama authorities on Wednesday said someone had dumped hundreds of FedEx packages off a ravine and were working with the company to try and collect them.
Cash rains down on California freeway; CHP, FBI seek to identify drivers who took it
The California Highway Patrol and FBI were working together to identify the numerous drivers seen grabbing large amounts of cash that rained down on I-5 in Carlsbad on Friday morning after the money fell out of an armored truck.
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