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What A Teal Pumpkins Mean:

Oct 30, 2014 -- 4:19pm

If you have little ones there's a good chance you'll be out trick-or-treating tomorrow evening. While out you may notice some teal pumpkins among the jack-o-lanterns. The funky colored pumpkins are a signal that children with food allergies can safely trick-or-treat at the home they're placed in front of. Nonprofit Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE) started The Teal Pumpkin Project to raise awareness about food allergies. Those who display the pumpkins give out non-food treats to trick-or-treaters such as small toys, glow sticks, or stickers. A FARE spokesperson says, "Halloween can be a tricky time-- quite literally-- for families managing food allergies because many traditional Halloween treats aren't safe for children with life-threatening food allergies." The CDC says nearly six million children in the U.S. have food allergies. (Fox)

Oklahoma State University Marching Band Performed "Cowboy Casanova" and "Before He Cheats" at Halftime

Oct 29, 2014 -- 4:45pm
  • CARRIE UNDERWOOD got some love from her home state last Saturday when the Oklahoma State University marching band performed "Cowboy Casanova" and "Before He Cheats" at halftime.  They also went into formation to spell out "C. Underwood." 

     

There's an App That Donates to an Animal Shelter Every Time You Walk Your Dog

Oct 27, 2014 -- 5:46pm

If you're a dog owner, there's a way to donate to charity without actually spending any money . . . and you don't have to do anything you're not already doing.

There's a new, free app called "Walk for a Dog" that uses the GPS on your phone to track how far you walk your dog.  Then it donates a certain amount of money to an animal shelter, depending on how far you walk.

The money comes from sponsorship deals and ads, and you can raise anywhere from 10 to 25 cents per mile.

About 100,000 people have already downloaded it . . . gone on 800,000 walks . . . and raised over $10,000.  And the best part is you get to CHOOSE where the money goes.  There's an option where you can search for shelters in your area.

Just search for "Walk for a Dog app" online.

 

 

Bag Thief Battered by Bus Driver

Oct 24, 2014 -- 4:01pm

Earlier this month, a guy in Concepcion, Chile boarded a city bus.  When he hopped on, he tried to steal the purse of a woman sitting in one of the front seats.

He tried to grab the purse and run TWICE . . . but failed miserably.  Then as he tried to jump out, his hand got caught in the bus's door as it closed and he was trapped inside.

The driver took off and hit the guy relentlessly with a baseball bat . . . making him CRY. 

This went on for about a minute, and eventually the bus driver pulled over and the guy was arrested.  Lucky for us, it was all caught on the surveillance camera inside the bus...

 

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