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  • Miley Cyrus Just Wore This Jumpsuit to Fly Across the World, NBD

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  • Waitress Feels The Bern After Donald Trump Supporter Allegedly Refuses Tip

    A waitress in Knoxville, Tenn., was allegedly denied a tip Monday by a Donald Trump supporter who was insulted for having to sign their receipt using a pen from the Bernie Sanders campaign. The photo of the receipt from Barley’s Taproom & Pizzeria, which appeared on Reddit’s r/SandersForPresident and 4chan’s /pol/ late Monday night, shows the Sanders pen and receipt featuring the following phrases: “Make America Great Again!!!” “I wouldn’t steal this pen if it was the last one on earth…Trump” “If you vote for Bernie you should also give one of those dollars to the poor.” The authenticity of the receipt was verified by Barley’s manager Rodney Lee at about 12:42 a.m. Tuesday. “We have some policies

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  • WATCH: Woman Throws A Fit Over Man Using Food Stamps

    Video posted on YouTube shows a woman at a Walmart store loudly berating a man who was paying for his groceries with food stamps. As a child sits in the man's shopping cart looking on, the woman complains about how she is paying for his food with her tax money.  NOTE: The description below, and video above, contains strong...

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  • Ashley Sawyer Dies: MTV ‘Catfish’ Subject Was 23

    Ashley Sawyer, who appeared on Season 2 of MTV’s Catfish , has died. She was 23. The cable channel confirmed today that she died in Alabama during the weekend, but no cause of death was given. "MTV is deeply saddened to learn that Ashley Sawyer has passed away," the network said in a statement. "Our condolences, thoughts and prayers go out to her family and friends." Sawyer appeared in the 2013 "Ashley & Mike" episode of Catfish , the docuseries that brings together couples…

  • GM issues stop-sale, asks owners to stop driving nearly 4,800 Chevrolet, Cadillac, GMC trucks & SUVs

    General Motors is recalling nearly 4,800 late-model Cadillac, Chevrolet, and GMC trucks and SUVs to repair a problem with their suspensions, which could increase the risk of accidents. In fact, the problem is so severe that GM has advised owners not to drive their vehicles until they've been repaired . According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, some of the affected vehicles may have front upper control arms that were improperly welded. The components were supplied by Multimatic Inmetmatic. Depending on the severity of the problem, the control arms could separate from the bushing, making a vehicle significantly more difficult to control and boosting the risk of a crash. ALSO SEE: GMC Yukon Vs. Lincoln Navigator: Compare Cars  The recall affects the following makes and models: 2016 Cadillac Escalade built between February 18, 2016 and April 6, 2016 2016 Cadillac Escalade ESV built between February 17, 2016 and April 5, 2016 2016-2017 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 built between February 11, 2016 and April 8, 2016 2016 Chevrolet Suburban built between April 2, 2016 and April 7, 2016 2016 Chevrolet Tahoe built between February 17, 2016 and April 5, 2016 2016 GMC Sierra built between February 11, 2016 and April 5, 2016 2016 GMC Yukon built between February 16, 2016 and April 6, 2016 2016 GMC Yukon XL built between February 17, 2016 and April 5, 2016 GM estimates that 4,789 vehicles in the U.S. are affected by the recall. The good news is, because these vehicles are so new, only 790 are thought to be in owners' hands. The remainder are still held by GM or by dealers, who won't be selling them until they've been repaired. READ: Is Minnesota's alcohol breath test law legal? We're about to find out The bad news is, parts for that repair aren't yet available . GM says that it will send an interim recall notice to owners via overnight mail. According to GM, that notice will "direct[] them to stop driving the vehicle and contact the dealer to have it picked up and repaired." A second notice will follow when parts become available. At that time, Cadillac, Chevrolet, and GMC dealers will replace the left and right front upper control arms and realign vehicles at no charge. If you believe that you own one of the vehicles affected by this recall and have questions, you're encouraged to contact Cadillac customer service at 800-458-8006, Chevrolet customer service at 800-222-1020, or GMC customer service at 800-462-8782, and ask about recall #42190. You can also call NHTSA's Vehicle Safety Hotline at 888-327-4236 and ask about safety campaign #16V256000.

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  • High school senior charged with exposing himself in yearbook photo says he was dared

    A high school senior arrested on Saturday after he admitted to exposing himself in a yearbook photo said it was all supposed to be just a harmless prank. Hunter Osborn, 19, faces 69 counts of indecent exposure -- one for each of the students and faculty members present at the time he posed for the picture, as well as a felony charge of giving harmful items to minors. The photo shows the varsity football team at Red Mountain High School in Mesa, Ariz., and appeared in the yearbook and football game programs for months before school officials said they realized what had happened. Osborn said he was "disgusted by what he had done," police told Fox 10. The student claimed a teammate dared him to

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  • VIRAL: Woman Scolds Man for Using Food Stamps at Walmart

    (WARNING: Video contains profanity.) A video posted to YouTube shows a woman confronting a man at Walmart for paying for his groceries with food stamps. The video, which has quickly gone viral, shows the woman standing behind the man, who is at the checkout counter with a child. The two had apparently already exchanged words as the video starts. "I put in 50 to 60-hour weeks," the man says. "I’m trying to provide for my family." "You’re not providing for it, I am," she fires back. "The government is ... They take it out of my check. Bull***t, they don’t!" The man suggests that she contact her congressman, or vote Republican. After she continues to lecture him, he eventually snaps, curses at her

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  • Teenager flung to her death from Texas fairground ride after complaining seatbelt was broken

    The girl, named locally as Samantha Aguilar, was catapulted from the ride in El Paso, Texas, during Dia de Los Niños - a traditional Mexican holiday that celebrates children. Bishop Mark J. Seitz, of the El Paso Catholic Diocese, said he is saddened by the tragedy.

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  • Chicken rentals hatching in Richmond area

    The chicken rental business is hatching in the RVA area. Several chicken and coop renting businesses are taking flight, offering everything a homeowner needs to collect farm fresh eggs every day.

    NBC 12 Richmond 10 mins ago
  • Stafford man pleads guilty to sex abuse charges in Henrico

    A Stafford man entered guilty pleas Tuesday to sex abuse charges that included attempted prostitution involving a child, solicitation to commit sodomy and rape. 

    NBC 12 Richmond 25 mins ago
  • It takes a village to corral a llama in Colorado

    It took a village and two hours to corral an uncooperative llama named Ethel who escaped from her pasture in rural Colorado and wandered near some busy roadways.

    NBC 12 Richmond 25 mins ago

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