There's a good chance you've never heard of the song "Amen, Brother" from the band The Winstons, a b-side released in 1969.
But there's a very good chance that you've heard what is referred to as the "Amen, Brother" break, a six-second drum solo that appeared in the middle of the song.
There are few people who would work for a company that works on cell towers, especially since you have to work hundreds of feet in the air.
This man, though, is not afraid of heights and was way up there working on a tower.
While up there, he and his co-worker got a little hungry and decided to order some pizza.
Well, we're officially living in the future.
The folks at Delphi Automotive PLC have been working hard over the past years to get their self-driving car ready for the masses.
And if all goes according to plan over the next week and a half, they will be one step closer to that goal.
Here at The Free Beer & Hot Wings Morning Show, we are all about giving our listeners some good advice to live by.
For example, if you should ever choose to get butt implants (or really plastic surgery of any type), avoid going to an unlicensed provider who is known by a nickname like "Wee Wee."
A 30-year-old guy from suburban Chicago, Randy Schmitz, was on vacation in Myrtle Beach, S.C., last summer.
He went to the Pepper Palace, which sells crazy hot sauces. The hottest sauce it sells is Flashbang, a combination of four peppers -- Carolina Reaper, scorpion, ghost pepper and habanero.
Schmitz had to sign a waiver just to try a tiny bit of the sauce on a toothpick as part of a challeng
A woman in Utah died in a crash Friday when her car drove off the road and flipped upside down, landing on the edge of a river.
Her 18-month-old daughter somehow survived 14 hours in the freezing cold, hanging upside down in her car seat with her head just inches from the freezing water. Four police officers said when they found the car, they heard a woman inside calling for help.