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Day in the Life of a Heroin Addict

Jun 24, 2014 -- 9:04pm

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Michael Jackson Billie Jean Teen Dances At Talent Show

May 22, 2014 -- 11:40am

So what's the difference between a weather watch vs a warning?

May 14, 2014 -- 4:29pm


SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCH: Tells you when and where severe weather is likely to occur. Watch the sky and stay tuned to know when warnings are issued.

SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING: Severe weather has been reported by spotters or indi- cated by radar. Danger is imminent to life and property for those in the storm's path.

TORNADO WATCH: Tornadoes are possible in your area. Remain alert.

TORNADO WARNING: A tornado has been sighted or indicated by weather radar.

FLOOD WATCH: General flooding is possible in your area.

FLOOD WARNING: General flooding is already occurring or will occur soon in your area.

FLASH FLOOD WATCH: Flash flooding is possible in your area.

FLASH FLOOD WARNING: Flash flooding is already occurring or will occur soon in your area.


Sterling: "I'm asking for forgiveness."

May 13, 2014 -- 3:03pm

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Mom Jumps 3 Stories from Burning Building With Baby in Her Arms

May 12, 2014 -- 1:21pm

Nine Healthier Ways to Celebrate Cinco de Mayo

May 05, 2014 -- 1:56pm

 If you're planning to celebrate Cinco de Mayo today, you've probably already given up on your diet.  But you might not have to, if you can just switch out a few things here and there.  Here's a list of nine healthier choices for Cinco de Mayo.


1.  Shredded cabbage for lettuce.  It won't save calories, but it's much more nutritious.


2.  Fish for ground beef.  You can keep the meaty texture in your tacos, but with lower calories and less cholesterol. 


3.  Low-fat cheese for regular cheese.


4.  Raw jalapeno peppers instead of pickled peppers.  You can save on the sugar and sodium that get added to most pickled vegetables.


5.  Homemade guacamole instead of store-bought.  Again, much less sodium.


6.  Whole wheat tortillas.  They give you extra fiber and protein over the processed white flour versions.


7.  Whole beans instead of refried.  Most brands of canned refried beans have a LOT of sodium and fat.


8.  Homemade pico de gallo instead of salsa.  You save big on the sodium.  Two tablespoons of a typical store-bought salsa can have up to 250 milligrams of sodium, which is 10% of your recommended daily limit.


9.  Light beer instead of regular. You save about 50 calories per can

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