A traffic jam created on purpose; drivers going in circles and honking their horns — all as a protest.
Trash bags turned ponchos became the unofficial 2013 Vermont City Marathon uniform as an unrelenting rain pelted racers for 26.2 miles.
7-feet tall. 338 pounds. And smashes chairs over people’s head for a living. But TNA Impact Wrestling superstar Matt Morgan has a heart of gold.
Got a chance to chat with Matt about how he’s joining in a young athlete’s battle to beat cancer.
Pretty sure we put up the same weight on the bench press…
Vermont became the first state to release proposed rates under the new healthcare marketplace — a requirement of the American Affordable Care Act, commonly referred to as Obamacare.
But critics say the numbers look good on paper, but don’t reflect reality.
The story and the battle can be seen here.
And that’s not the only issue. The state’s morgue has a number of dead bodies on ice — indefinitely — because of a technicality that says they can’t dispose of them.
The history behind the law is surprising — medical students used to steal bodies from the grave.
Not your typical morning show topic — but certainly an interesting one.