Ring My Belle: A car for the man who walks 21 miles to work and back! 1. At a state Senate committee hearing in Olympia, people debated whether girls under 18 should have to notify their parents if they're having an abortion.
2. Keeping Up with the Kardashians' Bruce Jenner is transitioning into a woman.
3. A Detroit factory worker, who has walked 21 miles to and from work for years, is getting a car thanks to a GoFundMe started by a stranger.
4. A new study says that running too much is just as bad as not running at all.
Ring My Belle: Seattle's getting a pop-up cat cafe for Valentine's Day! 1. The smoking ban went into effect 10 years ago in WA, but some are fighting to bring indoor cigar smoking back.
2. Neverland Ranch is up for sale, and one potential buyer wants to turn it into a sexual abuse rehabilitation center.
3. A 50 year old woman says she gave up smiling 40 years ago so she won't get wrinkles.
4. Seattle is getting a pop-up cat cafe for Valentine's Day.
The history of the Super Bowl halftime show These days we're used to huge stars like Katy Perry and Bruno Mars performing the Super Bowl halftime shows, but when the Super Bowl started it was all marching bands and drill squads. Learn about the scandals and quirks of the halftime shows, through the years, with Rachel Belle.
Thursday, January 22, 2015
12th Woman shoes: For the fashion conscious Seahawk fan More than half of Seattle area women now say they are Seahawk fans, but not all of them are satisfied wearing baggy jerseys and baseball caps. At Seattle's Hourglass Footwear, they hand paint 12th Woman shoes, for lady Seahawks fans who love sports, but crave style.
Ring My Belle: There's a War on Pizza! 1. A measles outbreak has broken out at Disneyland, so anyone who isn't vaccinated is encouraged to stay far, far away.
2. Washington's Attorneys General wants to change the legal smoking age from 18 to 21.
3. New research says pizza is making American kids fat. It may not be the unhealthiest food, but our kids eat a ton of it, way too often.
Old Dog Haven finds new homes for old dogs If a 12 year old dog with cancer winds up at an animal shelter, chances are that dog will be put down. Unless the shelter contacts western Washington's Old Dog Haven, a non-profit that places elderly dogs in loving homes and pays all of the medical bills, to the tune of $40,000 a month.
Ring My Belle: Seahawks zen out with meditation and yoga 1. Parents of mentally ill adult children want to pass "Joel's Law" to make it easier to get their potentially dangerous kids temporarily committed.
2. A local dad was upset when he had to take his son to a birthday party during the NFC Championship game.
3. Many of the Seahawks meditate and do yoga together.
4. An Arkansas man was pulled over for eating while driving. Is eating a Big Mac behind the wheel as dangerous as texting?