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Kentucky man kills wife who had cancer


A man in Kentucky shot his wife of over 20 years because he says she asked him to 'end her pain' permanantly. The woman was dying from terminal breast cancer and was in serious pain according to friends and family. Read more...

Most Americans don't want an attack on Syria


Latest Pew Research poll shows that the majority of Americans do not want airstrikes or any attack against Syria by the United States. Read more.....

Should the Army pay for Bradley Manning's gender change?


The Army has said they won't provide the hormone therapy he wants to start changing his gender....do you think they should? Read more....

Did these mothers go too far to protect their kids?


Two mothers in two different parishes have been arrested for confronting kids that were either bullying or threatening their children....did they go too far in their protection? Read more....

Jefferson Parish flood insurance rates


Meeting set to talk about the upcoming flood insurance maps for Jefferson Parish.

Justice Department Warns New Orleans over police ordinances


The U.S. Justice Department has warned Mayor Mitch Landrieu’s administration that an ordinance going before the City Council on Thursday would violate the terms of a sweeping, court-ordered reform plan for the New Orleans Police Department.

Repeat sex offenders routinely released in California


Repeating sex offenders are routinely being released in California due to laws that prevent overcrowding of jails.  Read more....

Just how bad is the Nation's Infrastructure problem? Worse than you may think!


Just how bad is the Nation's infrastructure problem...worse than you may think. The latest inspection gives the nation a grade of D+ when it comes to the state of our highways and bridges. Read more.....

Should the NCAA allow the wearing of 'Guardian caps' to help prevent concussions


The University of South Carolina has been using 'guardian caps' in their practice this year, however they are not approved for in game use by NCAA....should they be allowed? Read more.....

California wants to mandate retirement funds for private workers


California wants to mandate that private employees save for retirement by having employers take 3% out of their checks and putting it in a state run fund that will be available for retirement.. Good idea or not? Read more....

California wants to mandate retirement funds for private workers


California wants to mandate that private employees save for retirement by having employers take 3% out of their checks and putting it in a state run fund that will be available for retirement.. Good idea or not? Read more....

Feral cats attack woman in France


A report coming out of France says a pack of feral cats attacked a woman and her dog while walking in a French tourist town. Read more....

Detroit files for bankruptcy.


The city of Detroit has filed for Chapter 9 bankruptcy protection in order to keep public services running. What's next for the 'motor city' and should the Federal government offer a bailout for them like they did for the auto industry? Read more.....

Sexual predators being released in California


A man you raped 40 women is set to be released from prison in California and the county of Los Angeles is trying to prevent it because they don't want him to come home. Should sexual predators get life in prison automatically? Read more.....

Student loans vs. 3% tax on income to pay for college


Oregon is trying a pilot program that would do away with paying college tuition to state schools and would instead charge a 3% tax on a students earnings for 20 years once they graduate college. Is that a better way to pay for college? Read more....

Court in New York to decide who gets tips from tip jar


Starbucks is going to court over the tip jar. The issue at hand should assistant managers get some of the tips or are they 'agents' of the company. Read more....

Former obese man in Great Britain wants excess skin removed too


A man in Great Britain got up to 1000 pounds in weight, he then lost over 600 pounds after getting gastric by pass surgery paid for by the British health care system, he now wants them to pay to have his excess skin removed but they don't want to until he has kept the weight off for two years. Click here to see the pictures and read his story.......

The U.N. says we should eat more bugs to stretch the food supply...WHAT?


The U.N. says that in order to meet the global demands of food and the growing population we should begin to eat bugs as one of our main food sources. While high in protien and low in fat, would you eat bugs in your diet?
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Is it illegal to put money in a parking meter for a car that is not yours?


A town in New Hampshire is suing an activist group over parking meters. The activist group calling themselves 'Robin Hood and his Merry men' are going around town and putting money in parking meters before they can expire. The result, the city is not issuing parking tickets and losing revenue. Read more.....

Red light cameras and fines...is it for safety or profit


A report says that Florida has quietly lessened the time of the yellow light on all it's traffic lights...the result more people being popped by red light cameras. So is it really about safety or making money for the local governments? Read more....

Internet sales taxes - good or bad idea?


The Senate passed a bill that would require online merchants to collect sales taxes on all goods they sell. It now goes to the House were it faces some tough opposition. Is this a good idea or a bad idea? Economist Pete Morici says yes and no....read more.

Food stamp abuse is on the rise across the nation


Food stamp abuse is on the rise across the nation with many people claiming they are eating better than ever thanks to food stamps because they are buying more expensive food that they could not afford before. Junk food and gourmet food...is this what the program was designed for? Read more...

Tolls are gone on the CCC but what about the Causeway?


Will commuters from the Northshore ever see the end of tolls on the Causeway Bridge? What do all the tolls on the bridge pay for? Read more...

Supreme Court in Louisiana rules against school voucher plan


The Supreme Court yesterday ruled that the school voucher plan was unconstitutional based on the way it was funded. Does this mean the end of the program or will the legislature find a way to fund it legally? Read more...

Concealed carry laws in Louisiana may change


A bill that passed the House calls for allowing concealed carry permit holders to carry in restaurants that serve alcohol. If you have a conceal carry permit should you be allowed to carry your weapon anywhere? Read more on the bill.....

New York was next target for Boston bombers


It has been revealed that New York, specifically Times Square was the next target of the Boston bombers. Spud's asking if the thought of a possible terrorist attack ever crosses your mind when you are at a public event or in a public place. Read more..... 
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