Thursday, February 2

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Puppy goes missing after Houston Uber driver claims it bit him and ran off
Headlines, Houston, Texas

Puppy goes missing after Houston Uber driver claims it bit him and ran off

Rebecca Bridges of Houston Dog Mom took to Facebook Friday afternoon expressing frustration over a lost puppy named Lola. In the post she claims that Lola, a black staff/pitty mix that is just four months old, was placed in an Uber on Friday morning around 8 a.m. Lola was supposed to show up at the Pearland Canine Resource Center, a veterinary clinic in Pearland, TX. Lola never made it. Instead, Rebecca claims that the Uber driver panicked after he pulled over at a Travel Center, (TA Express) off 288, and Almeda Genoa to clean the kennel. As he was cleaning it, Lola bit him and ran off, the driver claimed to be Rebecca's friend, the one who requested the ride. He drove around for a couple of hours, and according to Rebecca, the Uber app showed him stopping two blocks away fro...
Federal judge rules against Catholic woman who claims Aspirus fired her because of her religious beliefs
Headlines, Wisconsin

Federal judge rules against Catholic woman who claims Aspirus fired her because of her religious beliefs

A federal judge in Wisconsin dismissed a woman’s claims that she was discriminated against by her employer after she lost her job for refusal of getting a COVID-19 vaccine. The employer also gave her a chance to get tested bi-weekly in lieu of getting a vaccine in order to come back to work, but she refused, quoting her religion as an exemption to both the vaccine and testing. COVID-19 Testing Center   In court documents filed in the United States District Court for the Western District of Wisconsin, the woman, Jo Anne Egelkrout was working at the time for Aspirus, Inc., a non-profit healthcare organization with a network of hospitals and clinics. Egelkrout was an “Insurance Enrollment Coordinator” for the organization.  The court documents further stated that i...
Mega Millions Frenzy: Jackpot soars  to $630 Million
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Mega Millions Frenzy: Jackpot soars to $630 Million

Since no one matched all six numbers on Tuesday, July 19, 2022, the Mega Millions Jackpot is now at $630 Million! The next drawing is scheduled for Friday, July 22, 2022, at 10 pm CST. Do you have any plans on how you will spend your winnings?