Food trucks seem to be showing up everywhere these days, from city streets to music festivals. Until now, they've catered to the palates of human foodies.
Dog treat company Milo's Kitchen decided to bring the food truck experience to our canine friends. Their "Treat Truck" is on a 15-city tour, providing a free taste of their products to dogs across the country.
Wanna know more about a story you heard on Weekend Express? Whipped up breakfast during a segment and afraid you missed something cool? Don't sweat it! You know the Weekend Express crew has you covered.
Check below for more information about some of the stories Weekend Express was talking about this morning:
Michael Brown's family announced that high-profile pathologist Michael Baden, who testified in the O.J. Simpson case, will conduct a second autopsy on Brown's body. The revelation comes as the quest for answers in Brown's death continues.
CNN has confirmed that Brown was shot at least 6 times, including twice in the head. Daryl Parks, the Brown family's attorney, spoke with Lynn Berry.
The five-hour curfew is over in Ferguson, Missouri. In its wake, stories of smoke and tear gas being used to contain crowds. It's the latest report of unrest between police and protesters following the shooting death of unarmed teenager Michael Brown.
R&B singer Kem hit rock bottom before his rise to fame. He was homeless and addicted to drugs. Now, he’s been clean for 24 years and he’s celebrating the release of his fourth studio album “Promise to Love.”
Kem stopped by Weekend Express to dish on his new album and explain why he doesn’t regret his past.
It can't do all the things your smartphone can. There's no Internet connection. There's no camera either, but with a price of $25 and a super-long battery life, the Nokia 130 is getting a lot of attention.
Unless you live in Asia or Africa, it might be hard to get your hands on one right now. Nokia is marketing the phone (made by Microsoft) for emerging markets, and for people who've never owned a phone before.
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.