He revealed that he lost 32 pounds whilst battling cancer back in 2010, but Michael Douglas was sporting a much thinner frame again when he stepped out recently. The 71-year-old actor looked rather gaunt as he attended the Film Festival on Saturday without his wife Catherine Zeta-Jones. Photographed on the red carpet, the veteran film star is
There’s never really a good time to get dumped by your significant other, but I think there are certainly better times than others. While breakups are rarely smooth or stress-free affairs, when terminating a relationship, you’ll avoid three points of the calendar year; Christmas, Valentine’s Day, or if you’re in high school, the lead-up to
An Illinois paramedic dove into frigid waters to save a drowning 3-month-old boy, one of seven siblings who survived a twisted chain of events that left one person dead in a house fire and a second body recovered from the lake. Authorities say it all started when a fire broke out at a home owned
Carbon dioxide emissions from energy have not increased for three years in a row even as the global economy grew, says the International Energy Agency (IEA). Global emissions from the energy sector were 32.1 billion tonnes in 2016, the same as the previous two years, while the economy grew 3.1 per cent, the agency says.
HIDALGO COUNTY, Texas – Hidalgo County is helping veterans pay their utility bills. The county’s Community Service Agency received a grant from the Texas Veterans Commission for more than $200,000. The agency is giving away up to $600 to qualifying vets who live in the county and annual income is less than $24,000. Any vets
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has awarded a $100-million grant to the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality to fund drinking water infrastructure upgrades in Flint, funding that had been approved by Congress and former President Barack Obama late last year. Provided by the Water Infrastructure Improvements for the Nation Act of 2016, the funds awarded Friday,
FREDERICKSBURG, Va. — For thirty-three years, Terry Labar has been looking up at life. Terry’s career as a U.S. Marine was derailed when a car slammed into him on a road in the Middle East. “I just wanted to put this behind me and start a new chapter,” Terry said. “I never expected anything like