Police officers, guns drawn, pulled over a woman and handcuffed her in front of the four small children who were in her car. Forney police detective Michael Clay strongly defended the department's actions, telling WFAA the traffic stop was handled properly.
The ice bucket challenge has raised millions of dollars to fight ALS. But those videos of all your friends dousing themselves for a good cause could be costing you money. That's because the auto-play video feature on the Facebook app could be eating-up your data plan. Never fear, tech correspondent Samuel Burke has easy step-by-step directions to disable it.
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If you've ever lost a bet and thought your punishment was rough, just consider what Stern had to do. After coming in last place in a fantasy football league, he had to re-create 12 pop culture photos for a calendar spread.
Now? The hilarious pictures are all over the Internet.
Is your child's classroom short on the essentials... pens, tissues maybe even a dry erase board? You're not alone.
In fact, 76 percent of parents of teen students believe that the lack of school supplies is a significant challenge for schools today. Most teachers spend an average of $400 of their own money each year on materials for their classrooms. Katy Perry and Staples are trying to help them out! They've teamed up to create the "Make Roar Happen" program. The singer is helping Staples raise awareness of how to help teachers, and in return the company is donating one million dollars in school supplies to DonorsChoose.org.
There's a new travel trend on the horizon thanks to millennials. It's called experiential travel, going beyond the regular tourist attractions. Travelers choose to experience the city through culture, food and nightlife.
The trend is drawing twenty-somethings to cities like Seattle, San Francisco and Austin for unique nightlife and eats.
The shooting death of 18-year-old Michael Brown outraged many people across the country, especially millennials. They made sure their voices were heard online and on the streets of Ferguson, Missouri. Social media played a big part in spreading this story quickly.
In case you missed it, we want to extend a warm welcome to Lynn Berry, who has been named the new anchor of Weekend Express. The WXP crew couldn't be happier to have her! Thanks for your support over the years. Please continue to watch Weekend Express.