NEW YORK (AP) — The Weather Channel is sending meteorologist Mike Bettes back out to chase tornadoes less than a year after he was hurt when an Oklahoma storm sent his SUV tumbling, but this time from a safer vantage point.
MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) -- It's not just our kids getting too much screen time these days. Parents are also guilty of spending too much time on their electronic devices. Researchers at the Boston Medical Center observed 55 different groups of parents and young children eating at fast food restaurants.
Young Muthana Sweis thought it would be funny to send a random Tweet to Netflix, asking the streaming service to take him to prom. Obviously, because this makes no sense, he never expected that he’d get 1,000 retweets and have his invitation accepted. Though, because unlike Mila Kunis or Dwayne Wade, Netflix isn’t a human being, it couldn’t actually accompany Sweis to prom. This fact, however, didn't prevent the company from still making the night pretty special. As the video below shows, they let him pick out movie themed prom gear (a 007 tuxedo, a Grease-themed car and driver) and took his party to the dance in style. Netflix also let he and his friends browse movies indecisively for hours ...
Contact: Carol Edwards, Ripple Effect Communications, 310-860-7592, Contact@RippleEffectManagement.com MEDIA ADVISORY, April 21, 2014 /Christian Newswire/ -- The big-budget, epic movie, 'David and Goliath' commences shooting next month in Morocco, Tunisia, and Algeria. Directed by Tim Chey ('Carry Me Home', 'Final The Rapture'), the film looks at one of the most powerful and beloved Bible stories of all time. The film will focus on the early life of David who fought against the P
Video on Today: Fourteen-year-old Colton Burpo and his parents say the boy visited heaven after suffering a burst appendix 10 years ago, an account which became a book and now has been adapted into a film. Colton tells Kathie Lee and Hoda that he hasn’t had any dreams about the experience, but still remembers what he saw.
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