Fronnie Lewis

Monday, November 10, 2014

President Obama calls on the FCC to keep Internet “free and open”

Today President Barak Obama joined millions of users in support of keeping the Internet “free and open.” President Obama called on the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) to protect the principles of  net neutrality and not let Internet providers “…block or limit your access to a website” or allow cable companies to “decide which online stores you can shop at or which […]
Sunday, November 9, 2014

UPDATED: Election Buzz: Candidates are off and running in 2015 Burbank campaigns

While some candidates are still in the exploratory stage, several others are already sprinting in the race for two seats on the Burbank City Council and three seats on the Burbank School Board. Veteran journalist, Will Rogers, claims he and his team have already knocked on around 5,000 doors. In a blog post on his website, Rogers says the goal […]
Sunday, November 9, 2014

Millions of email addresses stolen in Home Depot hack

More bad news for Home Depot shoppers. The world’s largest home improvement retailer announced last summer its payment data systems in the U.S. and Canada were  hacked  between April and September of 2014. In that cyber attack, thieves reportedly got away with the payment information for around  “56 million credit cards.”  Last, Thursday in an update on its investigation, the company disclosed […]
Friday, November 7, 2014

Baskin-Robbins honors U.S. military with special ice cream flavor

Those scoop happy folks at Baskin-Robbins are celebrating the U.S. military community all month-long with their November flavor of the month, First Class Camouflage, according to a news release. This new flavor is a combination of chocolate, salty caramel, and cake-flavored ice creams. You can order the new flavored scoops the usual way in a cup or on a cone, or you […]
Thursday, November 6, 2014

$326 million jackpot won in New York — CA ticket scores $597,933

Someone who bought a ticket in New York is the latest Mega Millions lottery jackpot winner. The winning ticket was a quick pick. It had all of the lucky numbers in the election night  draw: 9, 15, 24, 39, 41, and the Mega Ball 1. The jackpot was a hefty $321 million, but lottery fever pushed it up to $326 […]
Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Today is Election Day — go vote

Today is Election Day all across the country. The November 4 General Election in California includes votes for governor and a number of propositions. Several  county measures and local offices are on our Southland ballot as well. Voters can find their polling place by texting the word “VOTE” to 69520. Also, you can find your polling location and answers to […]
Monday, November 3, 2014

Mega Millions jackpot soars to $321 million– two CA tickets win $604, 409

Money, money, money!  The Mega Millions lottery jackpot is stuffed with, you guessed it, millions of dollars! No one ticket had all of the winning numbers in last Friday’s draw. Those very hot digits: 11, 29, 36, 58, 67, and the Mega Ball 15. The jackpot rolled over to $321 million — the 8th largest Mega Millions jackpot ever! It […]
Sunday, November 2, 2014

Time to fall back and change those clocks

If you remembered to set your analog clocks back before going to bed, you probably got an extra hour of sleep last night. If not, you should make the change now — or be an hour ahead of everyone else. Those smart phones and watches automatically update.  Daylight saving time has officially ended for most of us in the U.S., […]