“I won’t no, I won’t apologize,” she sings. “I will not, will not subscribe. Don’t ask me, ask me to normalize."
Cracked iPhone screen help guide: How five repair options stack up
ABC News(NEW YORK) — As millions of Americans damaged their smartphones, the cellphone repair industry reported $4 billion in revenue last year There are tons of repair options out there for fixing a cracked screen and ABC News’ Good Morning America teamed up with the technology gadget website, The Wirecutter, to see how some stacked up. We looked at five options for fixing a phone: 1. Do-it-yourself kit 3. Local repair/”mom and pop” shop 4. Mobile repair service that comes to you 5. Mall kiosk 1. Cost 4. Guarantee of workmanship ABC’s Becky Worley had five iPhone 6s with cracked screens and brought one to each repair option without disclosing that she was a reporter from ABC News. The Wirecutter’s senior editor, Dan Frakes, examined all of Worley’s phones to evaluate the fixes.…
Charlie Murphy's Funeral Service Looked Like A Hall Of Fame For Comedians
While we all grieve at funerals, they're really meant to be a celebration of life. And that's exactly what Charlie Murphy's funeral was. Because Murphy spent most of his life cracking jokes, both ...
Latest Nude Leak Hits A-Listers
There has been another massive release of hacked celebrity nude pictures.
Transgender boy wins controversial girls state title
CYPRESS, Texas (AP) — Mack Beggs had just won a state wrestling title Saturday in a category he didn't want to be in. But instead of wallowing in a debate about what should or should not have happened this weekend at the…
Talking Volumes 2017 season guide
The 2017 season includes Sherman Alexie, Amy Tan, Jacqueline Woodson, Ron Chernow and Dan Brown.
FULL NEWSCAST: 5 EYEWITNESS NEWS at 10 Saturday
Watch the full 10 p.m. newscast from Saturday, Feb. 11, on demand...
Engineers work to figure out how to repair iconic Calif. highway
"We have to stabilize the mountainside before we can address the road issue," says one engineer
Washington Co. Approves 8-Man Football For 2018 & 2019 School Years
Declines in enrollment, and low projected numbers of participation in football resulted in the Washington County USD 108 School Board deciding Monday to adopt an eight man football program for the 2018 – 19 school years As recently as two years back, the school was classified 3A, and competed with Marysville in district action. The intention, due by September 5th, was approved unanimously after school officials met with the board. This season, just 15 are out for the sport, with similar numbers expected going forward. In response, as to why numbers were so low, it was noted that the current junior class has just 15 students. It was also noted that with most Twin Valley League schools playing eight man, scheduling had become a challenge. The decision will take effect next school year…
Friday Morning Dance Party Playlist
Here are all the songs we played in the Dance Party