A 3-year-old in Piedmont, Oklahoma is in trouble with the law, after a local law enforcement officer caught the young man taking a whiz in his own front yard. And while a grown man handing out public-urination citations to a little boy in pull-up diapers might sound funny, the boy’s mother says the thousands of dollars in fines is no laughing matter.
Just when you thought things were getting back to normal, you find out that the United States Military, plus several different law enforcement agencies, not to mention emergency workers and medical technicians, are about to get some very unorthodox disaster training.
There's an old superstition that if you walk under a ladder, it will bring you bad luck. A unofficial poll we took on the morning show showed most people...at least our listeners... don't profess to being superstitious. But there are some things, like ladders, that we avoid, just in case there is something to this superstition thing.
In an unbelievable journey, the director of the movie "Titanic", James Cameron, returned Sunday evening to the surface of the Pacific Ocean after traveling to the Earth's deepest point. His dive of nearly seven miles was in a specially-designed submarine called "Deepsea Challenger".
A marketing company in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Bam Marketing and Media, wants to offer walking tours of the bars where serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer hung out and nabbed his prey. For $25 two people can walk the one mile, 90 minute tour, "a spine-chilling glimpse" into Dahmer's life. Dahmer, convicted in 1991 of killing 17 young men, some of who he mutilated and cannibalized, was eventually beaten to death in prison in 1994.