A meeting on Knox County Schools security has been moved to Friday, after controversy over whether that meeting should be open to the public and the meeting.
Some great news for us parents: no more of those tricky in-app purchases!
When your kids get a hold of your iPhone or iPad, bad things can happen. They could always accidentally drop the device and break it, but it seems that inadvertently making in-app purchases is a growing epidemic by kids, costing parents millions of dollars combined. However, Apple has agreed to settle a class action lawsuit brought forth regarding the subject.
Get ready to rumba!
Yesterday I learned something at lunch that shocked me.
There's some bad news for young drivers and their parents. Teen driving deaths increased 19-percent in the first six months of 2012.
Don’t know what your plans are for the weekend, but 9 year old Nikolas Toocheck has BIG plans. He’s going to do something that few ADULTS have done! While some kids will spend this weekend playing video games or at the mall, Nik will be on his way to Antarctica to run his second marathon as part of his quest to run a marathon on every continent.
Could you imagine failing a test time and time again?
It's happening to a Britain 28 year old who has has failed a record 107 attempts at the car theory test and is still yet to pass.
The hapless unnamed 28-year old, from London, has so far spent £3,317 (S$6,335) trying to pass the theory test, at a cost of £31 each.
The test includes a 57-minute multiple choice exam which 43 out of 50 questions must be answered correctly and a hazard perception test which requires a pass mark of 44 out of 75. Motorists must pass both parts before they can sit their practical test.
Knoxville drivers who want to get to where they're going without owning a car now have another option available.
Knoxville Mayor Madeline Rogero announced Wednesday the city's partnership with Zipcar, a car-sharing service that allows members to rent cars by the hour without having to pay for gas or insurance.
After spending nine weeks wearing a 33-pound “Empathy Belly’’ suit to supposedly simulate being pregnant, a GQ writer has reached a humbling conclusion.
Writer Benjamin Percy detailed his time in the suit for an article in the March issue of GQ.
He wore a contraption on the outside of his clothes that was specially designed by Japanese scientists. He describes it in the article as “ribbed with stitching, and made from nylon thick enough to bend a butcher knife.
Do you realize we’ve had 32 days straight of higher gas prices?
That means that the average price for a gallon of regular unleaded gasoline has increased more than 13% over that period to $3.73.
WHY? According to AAA, gas prices have been rising due to higher oil prices, production cuts and refinery issues.
It's hitting wallets right in the middle of winter, when people are already looking at large home heating bills.