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  • KFC's Double Down is back: Here are other unnecessary food items

    KFC's Double Down is back: Here are other unnecessary food items
    KFC has brought back the Double Down, a bacon and cheese sandwich that uses two fried chicken filets instead of a bun. The return of the Double Down is the third crazy fast food concotion news this week alone. On Monday, KFC made headlines for teaming...
  • KFC offering chicken corsages in time for prom season

    KFC offering chicken corsages in time for prom season
    KFC is cashing in on prom season with its latest offering -- the chicken corsage.  You read that right. In a partnership with Kentucky-based florist company Nanz & Kraft, for a limited time, you can get chicken corsage kits for $20. The kits come with...
  • KFC tells dog attack victim to leave restaurant

    KFC tells dog attack victim to leave restaurant
    Employees at a KFC in Mississippi told a 3-year-old dog attack victim's family that her scars were scaring customers and they'd have to leave the restaurant, WAPT is reporting. The little girl had her cheek bone, jaw, nose and right eye socket broken...
  • KFC to pay medical bills for dog attack victim

    KFC to pay medical bills for dog attack victim
    KFC has donated $30,000 toward the medical bills for a 3-year-old dog attack victim who was kicked out of one of its restaurants after other customers said they were disturbed by her scars, according to WAPT. Victoria Wilcher's story went viral after...
  • Report: Story of disfigured girl asked to leave KFC is hoax

    The story of a disfigured 3-year-old girl being asked to leave a Jackson, Miss., KFC because she was scaring other customers is a hoax, the Laurel Leader-Call in Mississippi reported Monday. The story swept the nation and generated an outpouring of...
  • John Brown claim belongs on Snopes

    Here are my five favorites of the Top 25 hottest urban legends circulating on the Internet, as determined by the myth busters at the urban legend website Snopes.com. • "As of 20 March 2014, Facebook will be banning all posts expressing religious...
  • Comings and goings: Tinley Park's SportStation closes

    Comings and goings: Tinley Park's SportStation closes
    Business news in the southwest suburbs. Orders caught up in closing A Tinley Park company that provided uniforms and sports gear for local teams and players for more than 20 years closed earlier this year and left many unsatisfied customers. The...
  • Taco Bell to elevate its president to CEO in 2015

    Fast food company Taco Bell is promoting its president, Brian Niccol, to chief executive starting in 2015. Niccol will assume the top spot in the Irvine chain on Jan. 1. On the same day, current Chief Executive Greg Creed will be elevated to helm Yum...
  • KFC chicken corsage for prom complete with original recipe, extra crispy or grilled chicken

    KFC chicken corsage for prom complete with original recipe, extra crispy or grilled chicken
    Are prom hunger pangs really that bad? KFC thinks so. For $20 KFC will "make love less awkward" with a wrist corsage festooned with a piece of KFC's original recipe, extra crispy or grilled chicken.  Hurry up, young ones: There are only 100 of these...
  • New Lenox police reports: Backpack stolen, passed out at wheel, and more

    New Lenox police reports: Backpack stolen, passed out at wheel, and more
    The following items were taken from New Lenox police reports: A 23-year-old New Lenox man was charged with DUI, failure to reduce speed to avoid a collision, and operating an uninsured motor vehicle during a June 6 crash investigation in the parking lot...
  • D204 will name building after retiring leader

     D204 will name building after retiring leader
    When Kathy Birkett opened Neuqua Valley High School as its first principal in 1997, she jokingly dubbed the retention pond on the campus "Lake Birkett." But now as the superintendent of Indian Prairie Unit District 204 wraps up her 35-year career in the...