Pictures and other items have been showing up as much as a 100 miles away from Sunday’s tornadoes, and now there is a way to return them. People from around the suburbs say they’ve been finding personal pictures and documents in their yards that were blown there by this past weekend’s strong winds. It’s amazing on how far some of these items went!
An Uptown woman was pretty depressed after losing her camera at a theme park she was visiting with friends near Houston last Spring. Losing a camera is no big deal, but this camera had some of her wedding photos on it! Well, a sheriff’s deputy found the camera at the park and decided to look at what was on it and figured out the woman was from Chicago! He then went to Facebook and posted some of the pics that were on the camera, which got the attention of some of the woman’s friends who put her in touch with the officer. Talk about finding a needle in a haystack! So, I guess I need everyone out there on Facebook to please friend me just in case I lose something important!
The city’s settled with a women they claimed over 100 grand in parking tickets for a car that was left at O’Hare for over three years. She didn’t have to pay the full amount but what did it end up costing her? Take a listen and find out!
At 3 o’clock this afternoon, Qdoba Mexican Grill says it’s gonna close the doors at 18 different locations in the area. Not all the Qdoba’s are disappearing though. On Facebook, the company wrote that there’s several locations in the city as well as in Schaumburg and Wheaton that will still be open. Below is the list of stores that will be closing, are any of them near you?
I know I’m getting old when I am still using Facebook? Read here. When I was growing up it would sometimes be considered an embarrassment to go to the mall with your parents for fear […]
An Inverness woman has been charged with a murder that happened back in 1979 (when Jimmy Carter was still President!) Get all the details on what cops think happened inside this newscast!
If the study discussed in this K-Hits Newscast is to be believed, teens are putting all kinds of personal information online, but at least they’re getting something for it! Take a listen to find out just what it is.
A Chicago company is suing Facebook over the term “timeline.” What’s their drama with that term? You’ll have to listen to this newscast from the Dave Fogel Morning Show to find out!
One airline is planning on charging people by their weight. No, not the weight of their luggage (although they’ll probably charge for that too) but for how much you actually weigh! Which airline is it? […]
If you read on Facebook that there was a sinkhole in Lake Forest, don’t worry, there wasnt! Listen to this newscast from the Dave Fogel Morning Show to find out what really happened!