Member Center:Create Account|Log InManage Account|Log Out HOMENewsU.S. & World NewsNationalInternationalHealthEntertainmentNational SportsBusinessTechnologyStrangeWar on Terror Local Stories OnlyFairfield County NewsPoliticsFace the StateFace the StateClosings and DelaysLiberty Bank Surprise Squad WFSB MobileSign up for text and mobile alertsDo you have a news tip for WFSB?Inside Channel 3Talent appearance request formContact UsIntern at WFSB!Meet the Eyewitness News TeamConnecticut Science CenterBlogsPress ReleasesTours & VisitsDo you have a news tip for WFSB?TV ListingsBirthdays and AnniversariesFCC 398 Children's Television Programming Report3CaresSomething's Brewing Birthdays and Anniversaries3 On The RadioScience SundayConnecticut Science CenterLost and Pound PetsWeatherPinpoint Doppler LivestreamInteractive RadarHurricane TrackerTechnical Discussion 7-Day ForecastPinpoint Doppler LoopClosings and DelaysWFSB RadarMaps and RadarWeather Bug iCamsEarly Warning Weather … [Read more...] about ‘I love you grandpa’: Man who lost wife, great-grandchildren in wildfire recalls their final words
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Since Brad Evans started Denver FUGLY three years ago this past April 1 (no joke), he has collected close to 7,400 members for the Facebook group, created the Ditch the Ditch campaign, moved from Denver's Jefferson Park to Jefferson County, brought new wheelers and dealers into the Denver Cruiser Ride that he founded a decade ago, discovered through his birth father that he's related to Wyatt Earp, and started a brand-new Facebook group, called I Love You Denver.While FUGLY is basically a shootout at the not-okay housing corral, cataloguing one monstrous new project after another, I Love You Denver could be considered a love letter to the Mile High City. "Now I'm going to get picked on for going soft," Evans says.And in fact, when Brad Buchanan, head of Denver's planning department and a frequent FUGLY target, saw the new page, he wondered exactly that. "What, are you going soft on me?" he messaged Evans.Not a chance. Evans launched Denver FUGLY with this manifesto: "Let’s … [Read more...] about Has Brad Evans Gone Soft? See “I Love You Denver” and Decide!
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Last Updated Apr 14, 2017 8:21 PM EDT Whenever 10-year-old Dominique and 8-year-old Tyler start to argue or fight, their mother turns to them and asks one simple — yet alarming — question, “Do you need me to get the shirt?”The siblings immediately pause, hoping to prove to their mom they can get along without the large piece of clothing, which she calls the “I love you” shirt.Alexis Tillman, a mother of four from Melville, Illinois, said she’s been using the T-shirt punishment for a little over a year now.“I want them to get along, to stick together,” Tillman told CBS News. “So that’s what I’ll keep trying to teach them. Whatever it is that you’re arguing or bickering about it’s silly, let it go.”And it seems to work.The children both have to wear the shirt, face each other, lock fingers and hug each other. Sometimes, Tillman even makes them slow dance to a song or two.“It depends on how … [Read more...] about CBS News Logo Mom’s “I love you” shirt punishment for fighting siblings goes viral
(CBS) - "American Idol" singer Elliot Yamin rounded up the ingredients of a viral video and put it on the Internet. Yay?"I Just Texted To Say I Love You" is a play on the Stevie Wonder song, "I Just Called To Say I Love You." It stars Yamin and Sarah Hyland from "Modern Family." In the video, Yamin sings about how technology is getting in the way of intimacy. From text messages to Facebook, Yamin laments over the constant updates to social networks, while the reality paints a more lonely picture. Social commentary about the demise of our culture because of social media delivered via viral video? OK. Still deciding if our mind is blown or we're just a victim of blatant pandering. Yamin might be onto something. A recent survey conducted by TeleNav found that one-third of iPhone users would give up sex for a week over their phones. We can already hear the groans of the sexually frustrated around the world, "iPhone, iPhone, iPhone!" … [Read more...] about CBS News Logo Technology is ruining your love life