Soineya, which means “sleep together shop”, allows its customers to pay to sleep in the arms of a woman without any other intimate contact.
A few weeks ago, a child's soccer ball that had washed ashore in Alaska all the way from Japan got returned to its owner. Now, something else that was taken away by the Japanese tsunami of 2011 is returning to its owner, but it's a bit bigger than a soccer ball...
One year ago today, I happened to catch the news before I left for class, and I was shocked at what I saw.
People in Lubbock are rushing out to stores to stock up on iodine pills. Seriously? Keep reading to see the story and to see Chad's thoughts.
Due to the radiation leak in Japan, have you purchased or do you plan on purchasing iodine pills? Click ahead to vote and comment.
Want to help the people in Japan? Beware who you donate to and make sure it's not a scam. Keep reading for Chad's thoughts and information from the Texas Attorney General.
Make it local. That's the motto in television news and and it is said after every disaster. Keep reading to see what Chad thinks about news organizations asking, "could it happen here?"
Congressman Randy Neugebauer on Monday's Lubbock's First News. 03/14/2011
Today's poll question deals with nuclear energy in America. Keep reading to vote and comment.
Earthquake and tsunami cause massive destruction in Japan. How can you help?