Officials in the affected areas are warning people to stay cool and hydrated, and of course, not to leave children or animals in hot cars. According to the National Safety Council, an average of 38 children die every year after being left in hot cars.Read More >>
CLEVELAND — Hot and humid temperatures have prompted the National Weather Service to issue an Excessive Heat Watch for Northeast Ohio.
The Heat Watch, which is issued when a prolonged period of hot weather is expected, is in effect from Friday afternoon through Saturday evening for the following counties:Read More >>
Rapper Lil Wayne could be on the verge of making a lot of concertgoers to Blossom Music Center next week very angry.Read More >>
Discovery Channel has released the official schedule for Shark Week, encompassing 20 hours of shark-tastic programming from July 28th to August 4th. In addition to the usual documentary-style shows, Discovery is also rolling out a scripted, feature-length film for the first time ever. Starring Josh Duhamel, Capsized: Blood In The Water tells the true story of an October 1982 shark encounter in which the crew of a capsized yacht must survive for days while being targeted by a group of tiger sharks. After each day’s Shark Week specials, Rob Riggle will host Shark After Dark, the week’s nightly talk show. Riggle will also star in Shark Trip: Eat. Pray. Chum alongside his friends Adam DeVine (Pitch Perfect), Anthony Anderson (black-ish), Joel McHale (Community) and Damon Wayans Jr. (New Girl). Original programming wraps up August 3rd, with reruns of the week’s best content featured on August 4th.Read More >>
If you haven’t been following the Internet’s latest obsession, the bottle cap challenge, now is definitely the time to tune in, because Mariah Carey has officially won.
The challenge is simple – kick a bottle cap off a bottle without knocking the bottle over. Mariah Carey, of epic vocals fame, didn’t even need to kick the cap. Behold her artistry below.Read More >>
As Pride Month draws to a close, Lil Nas X has decided to end things on a high note -- by seemingly coming out as gay. ET has reached out to Lil Nas X's rep for comment.
In a Twitter post on Sunday, the "Old Town Road" rapper wrote: “some of y’all already know, some of y’all don’t care, some of y’all not gone fwm no more. but before this month ends i want y’all to listen closely to c7osure.”Read More >>