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A boil order was issued Sunday after a lightning strike caused a power outage Saturday night. The well stopped pumping and that caused it to lose pressure for 15 to 20 minutes.
A local man is under arrest, accused of taking a ride in the backseat while a child took the wheel. The child allegedly took him through the drive-thru at a local fast food restaurant.
A South Bay couple is upset after finding these words on their receipt following a visit to a local fast food restaurant: "two lesbians with a child in back." Dominique Perry and Karen Corona found the description on April 4 when they returned home from a National City Popeye's restaurant and searched through the bag for condiments they requested.
A man who took up skirt photographs of "unsuspecting schoolgirls" as young as 12 in a McDonald' s restaurant is being hunted by police. A group of four girls, aged 12 and 13, were targeted by the man at around 4.30pm at the McDonald's in the city's Bank Hey Street.
Police in Washington D.C. are searching for a real life "hamburglar," who broke into a fast food restaurant for a late night snack. Surveillance video captured the suspect at a Five Guys restaurant on March 18 between 3:10 a.m. and 5:05 a.m. Police say it happened in the 1400 block of Irving Street.
For the past year, Ottawa residents have been crowding a tiny takeout restaurant on St. Joseph Boulevard in Orleans called The restaurant is the vision of Chef Mark Steele, the former executive chef at the Hilton and currently an instructor at Algonquin College. Featuring local, seasonal ingredients crafted into artisanal-style street food, OCCO Kitchen has quickly become a hot spot for residents to try Steele's creative takes on fast food - including the best burgers in the city.
Nothing will stand between this man and his burgers. Recently in Washington, D.C., a committed, crafty bandit intent on getting his Five Guys fix followed a delivery man to a local branch of the fast-food chain.
"Where's the beef?" asked a 1980s Wendy's commercial, suggesting its burgers offered more hamburger than those of its fast-food rivals. The well-traveled phrase popped up during an April 4 hearing in the Legislature on the finances of the state's high-speed rail project.
Police say the caller pretended to be with the fire department and had the workers fearing for their safety, Rachel Slavik reports . WCCO Sunday Morning - April 10, 2016 Burger King windows being smashed by Burger King's own employees in Minnesota was caught on video, and the busting of windows by fast-food restaurant workers is just the latest deed of a prankster who scares employees to such an incredible act.