Twinkies are set to hit shelves July 15, 2013, after a tumultuous end to the brand occurred November 21, 2012.
*For all of you that were crying when your beloved sweet treats were removed from the shelves last year, it looks like you will be getting some relief from your heart ache.
In November 2012, it seemed that the nation had a meltdown over the Hostess shutdown which led to consumers’ beloved Twinkies being removed from the shelves.
But hope is on the way for those who have been missing the tasty cream stuffed yellow cakes.
The company went belly up, but it seems they’ve been bailed out by a takeover of “new owners and a leaner structure” and they will have Twinkies and other Hostess favorites back on the shelves by July 15, according to the Huffington Post.
Louisville’s Kevin Ware already up on crutches after horrific injury Easter Sunday in the first half of Louisville’s 85-63 victory over Duke in the NCAA Midwest Regional final at Lucas Oil Stadium.
*On Sunday, we all watched in complete horror as Louisville’s Kevin Ware went up to block a shot, and came down on his right leg which seemed to shatter upon impact.
The bone came through his skin and everyone in the arena was stunned. Some members of the audience as well as his teammates, including Coach Rick Pitino, were seen crying as he writhed in pain. Some of Ware’s teammates became ill and vomited.
But according to the New York Daily News, the seemingly career ending injury that everyone witnessed, including the Louisville team, was just a little “setback” to Ware, who is already up on crutches and ready to play as soon as he can.
dge returns 18-month-old Teleah to her biological dad, Terry Achane, after his wife put her up for adoption without his consent.
*For once! The fathers get their fair shake in court.
Normally, fathers for one reason or another, are not successful in family cases where they try to sue for custody of their children.
But women and men alike are unsuccessful in having their children returned once they’ve chosen to put them up for adoption.
In an outrageous adoption case in Utah, Judge Darold McDade of Provo, Utah, ruled that Terry Achane have his daughter returned to him by adoptive parents Jared and Kristi Frei within 60 days because of an illegal adoption that is normal for Utah.
Little 18-month-old Leah Frei or Teleah, as her daddy calls her, was put up for adoption by Achane’s wife while he was stationed in South Carolina to work as a drill instructor at Fort Jackson. He thought he would be returning in time to see his daughter born, but instead found his wife, Tira Bland, had fled to Utah
101-Year Old Texana Hollis after being promised that she could return to her home of 60 years, was turned away again.
Back in September, we reported that a 101-year old woman in Detroit was kicked out of her home that she owned with her husband after 60 years.
Her son got her into this mess with a reverse mortgage he thought he could use for updates to the house. But, none of the updates were made. (more…)