If you think the title question will result in some sort of humorous blog about people dropping their cell phones, you would be wrong. This is a story about dropping a cell phone, but this story is very serious, in fact, deadly serious and is no laughing matter.
I was talking with a friend the other day who just happened to mention how much he hates when the local TV stations break into programming for weather or the threat of such. He was incensed when his favorite show was interrupted last Friday because of the weather.
We've all been there, it's been a long day and you get a text or a call that you have to deal with, only to discover your phone battery is down to 5-percent and you know that it will die right in the middle of whatever it is you have to deal with. Does that stress you out?
We spent the morning with the great people from Eyewitness News and the Evansville Courier Press, raising money for the Red Cross Disaster Relief. Fourteen states have been affected by recent devastation. The Red Cross is always first on the scene to help. But, right now they need YOUR help. Find out how!
On Sunday, my husband took his daughter kayaking in a nearby creek. The scenery was breathtaking, the temperature was perfect and THEY were together. An amazing day for both!Take a look at the video and the pics. You might decide kayaking is as awesome as we think it is.
The 4th Annual Evansville Give Hope Run happened at Burdette Park this Saturday and once again outdrew not only previous years, but all markets for races of this kind. The total money raised this year was $111,254! The day was capped off by a performance from country artist, Dylan Scott.
Warmer weather is coming and with that, a reminder about how traumatic and deadly vehicular heatstroke can be. In other words, leaving your child in a hot car. I was reminded of this the other day day when I rolled up on a situation in a parking lot involving a parent who left a child in a car and the bystanders who were going toe to toe with that parent.
Want to get a rise out of someone at a party? Double dip a chip and see what happens. I'm sure you have heard someone say that double dipping is the same as putting your whole mouth into the bowl. Well, that notion is actually false. A new study says that there is a huge gap between what disgusts us and what is actually harmful.
The 4th Annual Evansville Give Hope Run to support St. Jude Children's Research Hospital is coming back to Burdette Park on Saturday morning, April 26th. Runners and walkers are encouraged to participate in this 5K for an awesome cause.
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