Ever wondered what grocery stores do with all of the produce and bakery items they don't sell? Sometimes it's donated or recycled, and sometimes it just plain goes to waste. East Texas stores have been graded on accountability, prevention, and recycling, and one of them gets an F.
Ten bucks on a few bags of Halloween candy? Scary. The next thing we know we've spent fifty bucks or more prepping for trick-or-treaters, and (let's be honest), because we want to hold back a stash for ourselves. It happens.
Talk about an unusual traffic stop. In Longview Texas police pulled over a 52-year-old man in a Walmart motorized shopping scooter on Wednesday morning. From FOX 4, Edward Dickard went to the store and just took the scooter - valued at $4,000 - for a spin...
UPDATE: He pulled this stunt in gest. Still, Texans have weird senses of humors. Texas has to claim this story. A guy stood outside a loose letter "P" at a Walmart, hoping that part of the pharmacy sign would fall on his head so he could sue the store. Did it work?