CBS claims Julie Ruttinger, of Tecumseh, Michigan, will be placing a 141 year-old fruitcake on her Christmas dinner table. Her great-great-grandmother, Fidelia Ford, baked the cake in 1878. Her family had the fruitcake preserved as a way to honor her. It probably tastes the same as a new one.
KIRO claims United Shore Financial Services, of Pontiac, Michigan, celebrated its best year ever by hiring The Chainsmokers to perform at their company Christmas party. They then gifted new Cadillacs to 13 employees before sending another 30 workers on a cruise to the Bahamas.
The Daily Mail claims Indiana State Troopers recently arrested Josh Brown for driving a stolen car with a handmade license plate. He wrote numbers and letters in crayon on a grocery bag before attaching it to the back of his stolen Toyota Corolla. Brown was standing on the side of the road after his car got a flat tire. Troopers stopped to help before they ran the license plate and did a background check on Brown. The car was stolen. We’re assuming the crayons were stolen, too.