It’s a well-known warning that goes with internet research.
*Let this be your first lesson in journalism: Nothing ever goes as planned.
I'd like to propose a change with "Severe Weather Awareness Week."
I love my home state.
A friend of mine posted a photo of her newly decorated Christmas tree to Facebook on the Sunday after Halloween.
It starts biting my youngest daughter and me around the middle of May every year.
I don’t publicly express my disdain over celebrity stupidity very often. But after reading a series of incredibly misinformed tweets by 80s pop star Richard Marx, I can no longer hold my tongue.
Sometimes life throws you a curveball. And sometimes you hit a home run.
Editor's Note: This blog post is from May 2011. I reposted it to my Twitter account and Facebook account on April Fool's Day 2014 as an illustration of how hoaxes -- even those that start off as innocent pranks -- can take on a life of their own.
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