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Jailer Now Behind Bars for Smuggling Snacks into Jail You'll never guess what landed Harris County jailer Branden Paez on the other side of the bars. Paez was accused of bringing inmates special treats such as Cool Ranch Doritos, candy and cigarettes. He also allegedly gave an inmate access to his mobile phone to contact outsiders (for a $25 fee). Although

Glen Campbell’s Alzheimer’s is Getting Worse: Country Music Legend Moved toTreatment Facility

Country music artist Glen Campbell, who announced that he has Alzheimer's in 2011, has moved into an Alzheimer's facility. The 78 year old singer, guitarist and TV host has been battling the disease for the past three years. A family friend told CMT that Campbell's permanent plans were unknown at the

The Bachelor Recap

This season of ABC's The Bachelor was probably the most unpleasant and uncomfortable of any Bachelor season. Not only was Juan Pablo Galavis the least popular Bachelor in the history of the show, but the finale didn't even end with a proposal! To recap the finale, Juan Pablo was, at the beginning of the episode,

Unexpected Talents

This evening I had the option of staying at home and watching television or going with my little sister to her choir practice. I chose to go to choir practice because I haven't gotten to spend much time with my sister recently because I have been so busy with school. Unsure

Study Sessions

If, like me, you are a high school student preparing to take finals soon, you are probably looking for a study method that works for you. I love listening to music while I'm studying. It ensures that I don't get bored while studying, but it isn't distracting enough that I can't

Nelson Mandela Dies at Age 95

Nelson Mandela has passed away at the age of 95 in his home in Johannesburg. Mandela was known throughout the world for his accomplishments toward ending apartheid in his native South Africa as President. He worked around the world as well, acting as a mediator during the Pan Am Flight 103 bombing

A Brief History of Thanksgiving

The first “Pilgrims” left Plymouth, England in September of 1620 on the Mayflower with 102 passengers. The passengers were religious separatists who desired a home where they could practice their faith in peace. Other passengers wanted wealth and success in America. The Mayflower’s voyage was uncomfortable and treacherous, lasting a total