The families of the two women killed in the "2 drunk 2 care" accident have filed a lawsuit against the T-Mobile store where Kayla Mendoza worked. On November 17 last year, Mendoza had drinks at Tijuana Taxi Co. in Coral Springs with her T-Mobile coworkers before driving a Hyundai Sonata the wrong ... More >>
Kayla Mendoza, the 20-year-old woman who tweeted out "2 drunk 2 care" before driving a Hyundai Sonata the wrong way on the Sawgrass Expressway and crashing into a 2012 Toyota Camry, killing two people, pleaded not guilty during an arraignment hearing Tuesday morning. Mendoza is charged with DUI man ... More >>
"When I found out that not only did I get into an accident, but the two girls I got into an accident had passed away, it just really made me wonder why I didn't too," a tearful Kayla Mendoza says in her first televised interview since she killed two girls in a head-on collision on the Sawgrass Expre ... More >>
Meagan Simmons' attractive mugshot made her a sort of internet sensation for a while. That is to say, people thought she was totally hot and decided to make her face a meme. She didn't mind it so much. She even bragged about it. But now that a background check website has decided to use her image ... More >>
Parasailing is a hoot. It is also safe.So why can't Broward County decide on how to do it? Two spectacular deaths in Pompano Beach have made everyone a little gun shy.Good Morning America, Inside Edition, and many others have done studies and work that shows its safe -- if three major rules are foll ... More >>
The last time the Atlanta Hawks had won a playoff game on the road, Dwyane Wade was 15 years old. He hadn't thought about Marquette, the Final Four, the NBA Finals, MVPs, or STDs. But last night, Miami was about as intimidating as Jeff Goldblum was in the 1997 smash Jurassic Park 2 -- which is ... More >>
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