What's trending - oldest woman died, dress too risque for TV and funny dad tweets

What's trending - oldest woman died, dress too risque for TV and funny dad tweets

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - In "What's Trending", Howard tells us about Susan Jones. She died at the age of 116 in Brooklyn and was the last known American who was born in the 1800's. Jones said that she never smoked or drank, but she did eat bacon every day for breakfast. That wasn't enough, she also snacked on bacon throughout the day.

Steve tells us about meteorologist Liberte Chan. Her co-anchor on KTLA handed her a cardigan on air and told her to put in on because they "were getting emails" about her dress. Some viewers apparently thought the dress was inappropriate for TV. Reportedly, this was not a decision made by her boss but by her fellow anchor.

Grace shared some funny dad tweets that were chosen by the website "Bored Panda".

From @DadAndBuried:
"My son can now reach the light switches so don't come over unless you're really into raves or want to have a seizure"

From Josh @IWearAOnesie:
"Watching the kids play hide and seek and mine just hid behind a chain link fence. At least we don't have to pay for college."

From @Xploding Unicorn:
"I accidentally dripped some mustard on my newborn daughter's forehead and long story short a nurse just walked and saw me lick the baby"

Billy V tells us about a new indoor football league app that allows fans to donate money and to receive perks in return. That includes the right to streak at one of the games for the Indoor Football League. For $500, the privilege could be yours. The one requirement, the streaker has to wear underwear.

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