We'll give you something to talk about this weekend.
How Many TCU Players Actually Failed the Drug Tests?
Comments about a drug test given to the TCU football team by two players arrested as part of Wednesday's big drug-dealing bust were probably hyperbole.
Finally, a news story that rehabilitates the reputation of gigantic breast implants.
No one likes a know-it-all, but it beats being ignorant. Brush up on a few stories people will surely be chattering about this weekend.
Laredo residents are bristling over an angry video a transplant to the city posted on YouTube over the weekend. "Why Sara Hates Laredo" has received over 100,000 views, and Sara Walls, the Colorado native behind the rant, is leaving the city due to the backlash, her husband told the Laredo Morning Times.
Like everybody else on Super Bowl Sunday, CNN commentator Roland S. Martin was tweeting about the ads, but it was a few he sent about David Beckham's spot for H&M, which featured the sculpted British soccer star in his own line of unmentionables, that landed Martin in trouble. As the ad ran, he tweeted:
Snoop's Case May Be Over With, But Willie's Technically Is Not
Nobody likes a know-it-all, but it still beats being ignorant. Brush up on a few stories people will surely be chattering about this weekend.
WFAA in Dallas has the story of Jennifer Russell, who popped out her second child, Willow, while on the way up US Highway 287 from Waxahachie to a birth center in Mansfield. Behind the wheel, her husband Zachary not only drove the car, but caught all of the messy miracle of life on camera.