Modern ‘castle’ comes with ball pit, slides and a climbing wall

The Castle House in St. George, Utah (Century 21) ST. GEORGE, Utah (KTVX) – Ever dreamed of living in a castle? Now is your chance. Described as a modern-day European Castle, this 17,506-square-foot mansion on a nearly three-acre estate in southern Utah has everything a castle should — cathedral ceilings, an in-home spa, an elevator, … Read more

Older Kindles will lose their cellular internet connection by the end of the year. Is yours one of them?

(KTLA) – Amazon has started to notify owners of older Kindle reading tablets that their devices will lose cellular internet connectivity by the end of the year. The reason? Cellular carriers are turning off their older 2G and 3G networks in favor of 4G and 5G. The oldest Kindles will lose internet access entirely. This … Read more

Why you may start seeing alerts for ‘destructive’ thunderstorm warnings on your phone

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — “Destructive” severe thunderstorm warnings will now alert on your cellphone, similar to how tornado warnings have done since 2012, thanks to the National Weather Service decision to break severe thunderstorm warnings down into three categories. They’ve always had “base” with 58-70 mph winds and 1″ to 1.5″ hail. But now they’re … Read more

South Texas nun makes gutsy decision to continue moving migrants despite governor’s executive order, for now

McALLEN, Texas (Border Report) — The Catholic nun who runs the largest migrant shelter in the Rio Grande Valley told Border Report on Thursday she will continue to transport migrants released by the Department of Homeland Security until she’s personally told otherwise. Sister Norma Pimentel’s decision comes on the heels of an executive order by … Read more

Weymouth man is 1st VaxMillions winner

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – The winners of the state’s vax millions drawing were announced Thursday. The $1 million winner is Darrell Washington of Weymouth. The winner of a $300,000 college scholarship is Daniela Maldonado of Chelsea. Governor Charlie Baker joined with Lt. Governor Karyn Polito, Treasurer Deborah B. Goldberg, Secretary of Health and Human Services … Read more

NEWS10 receives documents claiming to show Cuomo completed sexual harassment training

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — As the New York Attorney General’s Office and New York State Assembly continue their investigations into multiple sexual harassment claims brought against Gov. Andrew Cuomo, NEWS10 ABC has received documentation attesting that the Governor completed state required sexual harassment training. NEWS10 ABC’s Giuliana Bruno requested the documents on March 1. After … Read more

Republicans question CDC’s new mask guidance, House mandate

WASHINGTON (NEXSTAR) — After the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Tuesday said that everyone — even those who are fully vaccinated — should wear a mask indoors if they live in a COVID-19 hot spot, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi reinstated a mask mandate on the House floor. Republicans objected to that mandate and … Read more

Gov. Cuomo: New York will mandate COVID vaccines for state employees, health care workers

ALBANY, N.Y. (WROC) — Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Wednesday that New York will mandate COVID-19 vaccination for state employees and patient-facing health care workers at state hospitals. The governor said state employees will have the option to test regularly instead, while the health care workers will not. The governor said he is targeting Labor Day … Read more

Campbell’s Soup debuts new labels featuring modernized design and ‘hidden elements’

(NEXSTAR) – Campbell’s is updating its soup labels with a couple of super subtle changes. The Campbell Soup Company previewed the new design on Tuesday, in a social media post promising the “same M’m! M’m! Good!® taste” despite the updated label. New label, same M'm! M'm! Good!® taste you know and love.❤️Look for our new … Read more

07/28/2021: Showers and the “muggies” take a break

The latest Storm Tracker Forecast from Meteorologist Jill Szwed. Happy Wednesday! Yesterday’s torrential rain and storms added to our already historic July rainfall. July 2021 now stands alone in the fourth spot for the wettest Julys in Albany. Interesting to note that three out of the top five stats are from the 1800s. Showers, the … Read more