Kyle Gurkovich kept his eye on the prize and he finally has it. The Piscataway school teacher who set the new world record for most pull-ups in 24 hours, 4,182, was live on Fox & Friends this morning when the crew surprised him with the official presentation.
Lorie Ann Hill is (was?) an Oklahoma school teacher. She had just been hired to teach special ed at Wagoner High School and she showed up for her first day on the job Monday not wearing any pants. She was also stinking drunk.
One day this week we talked about falling asleep while driving. After the terrible Tracy Morgan crash and other recent incidents this put New Jersey's drowsy driving law back in the news. People called in with stories of close calls and also with tips and tricks on how to keep awake.
William Leister III of Hackettstown was a known suspended driver according to police when he was spotted driving on Route 46. They say he pulled over at first, but once the officer was out of the vehicle he sped off. The officer attempted to pull him over again but Leister was having none of it.
Movoto.com analyzed data like unemployment rate, median household income, median home price, median rent, high school graduation rate, percent of families below the poverty line from over 600 counties across the nation. Making the top 10 are two New Jersey counties.
As predicted, tropical storm Bertha several hundred miles off the coast of New Jersey is causing rip currents. They can be deadly, so avoiding them to begin with is better than fighting your way out of one. Here's a video that tells you how to spot one before getting in the water.
Last night's on-air debate over the better way to merge was a landslide in favor of what traffic experts call the zipper merge. Yet how many times do we see a lane ending with many warning signs and then there's a battle to not let the "jerk" in who rode out the lane right up until the cones began?
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