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  • Is it Illegal to Drive Barefoot?

    Is it illegal to drive barefoot? This question typically is on drivers' minds during the summer months. Maybe your driver's education teacher or parents drilled the illegality of driving shoeless into your brain as a teen. But the fact is that it's a complete urban legend that comes from the safety concerns associated with barefoot driving. No federal or state laws prohibit driving a car without shoes. But local jurisdictions may also put their feet down when it comes to driving barefoot.

  • What is Labor Day?

    Labor Day is near, which means that you can start to make plans for an extended weekend and enjoy a day off from work. It is also a time to celebrate the contributions workers have made to building the nation. The federal holiday, which is the first Monday of September, is marked by closed courts, schools, and workplaces. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, the holiday is "dedicated to the social and economic achievements of American workers. It constitutes a yearly national tribute to the contributions workers have made to the strength, prosperity, and well-being of our country." Champions for employment rights have improved the lives of working Americans by pushing for strong labor laws and effective labor unions.

  • Is it Legal to Break a Hot Car Window To Rescue an Animal?

    Dogs are considered "man's best friend." We take them everywhere with us. But the love and understanding of dogs' needs aren't always unlimited when it comes to keeping them healthy and happy. Every once in a while, headlines will flash "Dog Dies in Hot Car," and it leaves animal lovers wondering how one could possibly do such a thing. The truth is, there are measures that can be taken to save the life of a beloved pet if they're in a hot car.

  • Does Homeowners' Insurance Cover Flooding?

    The best time to get protection against a flood is before it happens. That means if you keep anything in a basement or live on the ground floor, it's important to have flood insurance. However, many properties that should have flood insurance do not. A flood insurance policy is separate from a standard homeowners insurance policy or renters insurance policy and can cover your home and personal belongings in the event of a flood. Mostly, flood insurance can cover flooding from hurricanes or an extreme amount of rain.

  • Noodling: How To Hand Fish Legally

    In the muddy shallows of the Mississippi River, a group of friends stands with goggles on, trudging through the water looking for submerged holes or logs. Another group stands near the boat launch looking through the broken concrete or around the dock.

  • What To Do About Creepy Neighbors

    They say that when you buy a house, you also buy the neighborhood. Unfortunately, that means you could be getting anything out of your neighbors: sickeningly sweet, terribly prickly, or perverted and creepy. You know the type — single, at least in their 50s, beer gut to the gods, and a stare that locks onto you like a lobster claw. Not what you would be looking for in a neighbor at all. Unfortunately, all you can do if you are stuck with bad neighbors is do your best to make friends. But creepy neighbors are a whole different story depending on their level of creepiness.

  • How Loud is Too Loud for Car Stereos?

    Driving down a back road with the windows rolled down and music blasting is a favorite pastime for many Americans who consider it an integral part of road trips. But when these drivers enter more residential areas, their loud music may be considered a nuisance or even a noncriminal offense.

  • 5 Things to Know About Missing Persons Reports

    Missing persons reports appear routinely on crime and legal shows, but these reports involve much more dramatic situations in real life. By the time a missing persons report is filed, tensions are often running high, meaning important details might be missed. It doesn't help that TV and movies don't tell the whole story about how to file missing persons reports. They often leave out important information and say things that just aren't true. It doesn't help that TV and movies don't tell the whole story about how to file missing persons reports. There are important things to consider that are often left out. And there are some details that just aren't true.

  • What Does ADA Compliant Mean for a Stadium?

    The U.S. government is suing Major League Baseball's Chicago Cubs for allegedly not complying with Americans With Disabilities Act standards in their remodel of Wrigley Field. According to the lawsuit, the best wheelchair seating was removed and not included in any of the sky box seating arrangements. The team moved the wheelchair seating to the very last row of the stadium, a view often obstructed by drink rails or standing fans.

  • 10 Things That Can Get You Booted From a Flight

    An old video recently resurfaced on TikTok showing a woman getting quite upset over being seated next to a mother and her infant. She screamed at a flight attendant and threatened to cost the woman her job if she wasn't moved. The outburst got her kicked off the flight. Like this incident, many more have been recorded in the past few years involving airline passengers who go Karen crazy and are kicked off the flight. But what instances warrant being kicked off or bumped from a flight?

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