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Time is Running Out for One Lucky Missouri Lottery Jackpot Winner to Claim Their Prize

Winning the lottery is a dream for just about everybody, but forgetting to claim the winnings could turn this dream scenario into a nightmare for one Missouri resident. According to…

Energy Efficient Homes May Be the Best Defense Against Climate Change

With the attention that environmental conservation has been getting in recent years, there has been a large focus on reducing the average home’s energy consumption. In order to do so,…

‘Bed In a Shed’ Just One Violation That Cost Essex Landlord £6,000

It sounds like the name of something to do with a children’s game, but the “bed in a shed” was no laughing matter to the Southend Council in Essex, England.…

Canadian Man Proposes to Girlfriend with Wisdom Tooth Engagement Ring

If “40 is the new 30” and “Orange Is the New Black”, maybe wisdom teeth are the new diamond. Well, probably not, but one Canadian couple may beg to differ.…

Montgomery Toys for Tots Program Finds ‘Secret’ Santa of Their Own

A Washington D.C.-area Toys for Tots program was on the brink of facing a truly solemn Christmas this year for thousands of less-fortunate children. The Montgomery County division of the…

A Tattoo for Your Hair? It’s Less Crazy Than You Think, Thanks to This New Trend

Forget ombre hair extensions, undercuts and pastel hair colors — because the hair tattoo is quickly becoming this season’s hottest hair trend, thanks in no small part to Kylie Jenner…

Trial Begins for Lake County Man Accused of Strangling His Wife and Setting Their Home on Fire

The trial for a Florida man accused of murdering his wife and incinerating their home began on Monday after he was held without bond for over a year. According to…

Restaurants Closed With Pest Infestations

Five restaurants in San Gabriel Valley and four restaurants in San Fernando Valley were closed in recent weeks thanks to major health concerns and hazards. All of the restaurants were…

Secret Service Working Conditions Being Evaluated After Officers Were Caught Sleeping on the Job

Sleeping on the job is usually a good source of innocuous jesting, but when you’re in charge of protecting the President of the United States, it’s preferred that you stay…

75% of Antibiotics Prescribed in Nursing Homes Aren’t Necessary, CDC Finds

The crusade against overusing antibiotics seems to be getting stronger with each study that’s published, and now the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is turning its attention…