Monday, January 6 2014 1:24 PM EST2014-01-06 18:24:22 GMT
(RNN) – It wouldn't be a new year without a new dance craze sweeping across the internet. In 2014 tutting is the new craze, but its origins are as old as the pyramids. Tutting is a form of popping, likenedMore >>
A revival of a popular viral dance hit, tutting is back in the mainstream thanks to social media.More >>
Thursday, January 2 2014 7:10 PM EST2014-01-03 00:10:50 GMT
(WMC-TV) - Police say a Memphis woman did not consider she was abusing the 911 lines when she wanted a cold one. On New Year's Day, Rosie Pate must have run out of beer. According to a police affidavit,More >>
Police say a Memphis woman did not consider she was abusing the 911 lines when she wanted a cold one.More >>
MIAMI (WFLX) - A barter like none you've seen before! Wildlife officials are puzzled after a man tries to buy a 12 pack of beer with a live alligator. Santa Ana Market's surveillance videos were rollingMore >>
Santa Ana Market's surveillance videos were rolling when Fernando Aguilera came into the Miami convenience store, holding a four-foot gator, and wanting to make a deal. More >>
Don't miss Dave Coulier Friday on the Fox 29 Morning News from 7 to 9 a.m. Best known for his role as Uncle Joey in the hit sitcom "Full House", Coulier will start your Friday off ot a great start!More >>
Dave Coulier, best known for his role as Uncle Joey in the hit sitcom "Full House", stopped by the Fox 29 studios to help Meteorologist Kait Parker with her Storm Team Fox Forecast.More >>
MIAMI (WFLX) - As Google continues its ongoing quest to record our planet one pixel at a time, the company has found itself capturing more than it bargained for.
A Florida woman, walking nude on her porch, was captured by Google's Street View camera as it rolled past her house in Miami.
And then, just like that, she was memorialized in all her glory for the world to see on Google Maps.
Shortly after the image became an Internet sensation, Google blurred her from digital existence — both her face and her body.
The Chicago Sun Times reports the company told Forbes magazine it typically uses "face blurring technology" to protect identities.
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