Greg Dwyer started in radio as Marconi's Street Guy. He pioneered such bits as "Take The Black Plague Challenge" and "Battle Of The Sexes." Later, he and Bill Michaels rewrote the book of morning radio in Peoria. That book turned out to be more of a Cliff's Notes, and they promptly left The Caterpillar City for the green of John Deere. Heck, that was in 1990. If this link is still working, then they must still be employed!
The Goodyear Blimp Is Offering Overnight Stays on Airbnb
If you're interested, it's only $150-a-night.
Hand Sanitizer Will Fight the Flu, If You Rub Your Hands for Four Minutes
Good news and bad news here.
Almost Half of Millennials Still Get Financial Help from Their Parents
According to a new study, almost half of millennials say their parents still help them out financially on a monthly basis.
Adorable 5-Year-Old’s Rendition of the National Anthem Will Make Your Day
I've said it before and I'll say it again. I have only one rule when it comes to performing the National Anthem: Don't Take Liberties.
You Could Own Your Very Own Wienermobile For $7,000
He says it works and runs great, but the novelty of driving it to work wore off after about a week.
Man in a Stolen Cop Car Tries to Pull Over Another Car, Which Also Happens to Be Stolen
A guy stole a black Cadillac on Wednesday night. He was driving when a cop car suddenly appeared behind him and tried to pull him over.
Drunk Driver Arrested When He Crashed His Lawn Mower into a Police Car
His ride stopped when he crashed into the back of a police car.