Burst pipe? Flood in your home? Here’s how to clean it up

Don’t panic. Here’s what to do



Former Red Sox, Yankees OF Johnny Damon arrested for DUI in Florida

Johnny Damon, 47, was booked Friday morning, according to Orange County Incarcerations records after he was arrested for DUI and resisting an officer.



Biden tours Pfizer vaccine plant in Michigan as he continues his Midwest pitch on COVID-19 relief

The trip is President Biden’s second visit to a politically crucial Midwest state this week.



As winter storm moves into Northeast, Texans will see better weather ahead

A winter storm continues to dump snow and ice across the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast on Friday. Millions in Texas grapple with the storm’s aftermath.



Ex-NFL star Kellen Winslow II agrees to 14 years behind bars for sex crimes

Former NFL tight end Kellen Winslow II reached a new plea agreement to account for his sex crimes against five women in San Diego County.



Millions of gallons have leaked from burst water pipes in just one Texas city: ‘That is an incredible amount of water’

Reports of water pipes burst by ice are widespread, and the upcoming thaw may further open the floodgates of damage.



Kim Kardashian West officially files for divorce from Kanye West after almost 7 years of marriage

The “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” star, 40, has filed for divorce from rapper musician following almost seven years of marriage.



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Larry Wilmore chats Netflix documentary series ‘Amend’ and ‘beautiful’ Mahershala Ali performance

Netflix’s new six-part documentary series “Amend: The Fight for America” aims to educate audiences about the 14th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.



March Madness: NCAA to allow 25% capacity at men’s basketball tournament

One year after the NCAA men’s college basketball tournament was cancelled because of the COVID-19 pandemic, fans will be allowed to attend games.