ROSEVILLE, Mich. (CBS/AP) The "delightfully tacky, yet refined " restaurant chain, Hooters of America, is best known for their great-tasting wings, and well, big hooters, says the Hooters website.
However, a 5-foot, 8-inch, 132 pound Hooters waitress in Michigan claims the "nearly world famous" restaurant believes her hooters aren't her only asset that's plenty big.Continue »
CENTREVILLE, Va. (CBS/AP) Jose Rosales is being hailed as a handyman-turned-hero by police and a Virginia family, who says he sacrificed his life to save them during a home-invasion robbery.
The 39-year-old Rosales was working Monday morning at the 9,000 sq. ft. mansion owned by the Brar family in Fairfax County, Va., when two gunmen entered the house through the garage. They encountered Rosales, who stood firmly between them and the Brars, reports The Washington Post.
"Get away from my brother and my mom," the handyman declared.Continue »
NEW YORK (CBS) The mother of Phoenix Suns forward Amare Stoudemire was arrested Saturday by Scottsdale, Ariz. police for operating a motor vehicle without an ignition interlock device. The device acts as a breathalyzer and is designed to prevent people who are legally drunk from driving.
According to police, Kennedy's blood-alcohol level was over the legal limit of 0.08 at 0.11 percent. She had said she was headed to pick people up at a fair.
CHICOPEE, Mass. (CBS/AP) It's a new low according to the police chief in Chicopee, Mass. -- a father tried to trade his 3-month old daughter for a couple of bottles of beer, or possibly some crack cocaine.
If that sounds a bit excessive, Daytona Beach police say 20-year-old Melane Asia Reid is charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, after she brandished a pink stun gun at a local restaurant Monday morning.Continue »
TAMPA, Fla. (CBS/AP) A Tampa man working as a government services contractor in Iraq was welcomed home Sunday by officers of the U.S. Marshals Service, who arrested him on the spot on hundreds of child pornography counts.
DETROIT (CBS/AP) A lawyer for the family of 7-year-old Aiyana Jones, who was shot and killed during a police raid at their Detroit home Sunday morning, believes the police operation was flawed and heavily influenced by camera crews who were filming the raid for A&E's crime show "The First 48," according to a published report.Continue »