Walker Hayes on his "Fancy Like" success
The song "Fancy Like" put Walker Hayes on the top of the country charts – and put Applebee's on the tip of almost everyone's tongue. Correspondent Lee Cowan talks with Hayes, a married father of six, whose life was a long, sometimes painful journey to double-platinum success.news.yahoo.com
‘A matter of freedom’: People protest in Vienna against Covid-19 restrictions
Thousands gather in Vienna to protest against the new measures announced by the Austrian government to tackle the Covid-19 pandemic. Authorities have announced plans to make coronavirus vaccinations mandatory and will next week impose a partial lockdown in the face of spiralling infections.news.yahoo.com
Cause of death of California family still unknown, toxic algae bloom considered
Investigators are considering whether toxic algae blooms or other hazards may have contributed to the deaths of a Northern California couple, their baby and the family dog on a remote hiking trail, authorities said.news.yahoo.com
Girl Scout troop from homeless shelter sells 26,000 boxes of cookies
Girl Scout troop from homeless shelter sells 26,000 boxes of cookies Girl Scout Troop 64224, which is made up of girls who live in an Iowa homeless shelter, just shattered their goal for cookie sales – selling over 26,000 boxes.cbsnews.com
Downtown Houston coffee shop serving up cheesecakes inspired by Girl Scout cookies all month long
Day 6 Coffee is offering Girl Scout cookie-inspired cheesecakes for the month of March. HOUSTON – A downtown Houston coffee shop is stepping it up this March. For a limited-time, Day 6 Coffee is offering Girl Scout cookie-inspired cheesecakes. The shop at 910 Prairie Street also features a range of specialty coffees such as the Texas latte, cheesecake latte and lavender latte. It also offers a food menu with items such as kolaches, quiches, sandwiches and cookies and serves beer and wine.
After crushing cookie season, Girl Scouts are back with new ways to safely sell during pandemic
HOUSTON – It’s almost that time of year again -- Girl Scout Cookie time! Last year, the coronavirus outbreak struck right in the middle of cookie season, but this year, the Girl Scouts are back, finding safe and innovative ways to carry on the tradition. The Girl Scouts are also using the GrubHub app to get you your cookie fix. “So when you open the GrubHub app you’ll have the option to order Girl Scout cookies. AdThings to know for Girl Scout cookie season:- Girl Scouts will be following all CDC guidelines, wearing maks and practicing social distancing when conducting in-person sales- Ask a Girl Scout for the link to her digital storefront or place an order directly with her.
Girl Scouts rebuke Boy Scouts in escalating recruitment war
They called the lawsuit “utterly meritless.”The Boy Scouts on Saturday pointed to legal arguments in which it blames the Girl Scouts for reacting to its expansion plans with “anger and alarm” and said the Girl Scouts launched a “ground war” to spoil plans by the Boy Scouts to include more girls. “As a result of Boy Scouts’ infringement, parents have mistakenly enrolled their daughters in Boy Scouts thinking it was Girl Scouts,” the lawyers said, adding that this never occurred before 2018. The lawyers for Girl Scouts said Boy Scouts councils in Illinois acknowledged improperly using the Girl Scouts’ slogan in Cub Scout recruiting materials and pictures of Girl Scouts to promote a Boy Scouts “Scouts Sign-Up Night!”They said a western Massachusetts Boy Scouts council posted a recruiting flyer on Facebook including a photograph of a girl depicted in her Girl Scouts Brownie uniform. Meanwhile, Ohio Boy Scouts used the Girl Scouts trademark to try to get a local newspaper to write an article, suggesting a storyline entitled “Boy and Girl Scouts Looking for Members” even though the recruitment involved only the Boy Scouts, the lawyers said. In Seattle, a Boy Scouts council used the Girl Scouts trademark in social media recruiting materials, the lawyers said.
Quaker to sell Girl Scout cookie-flavored granola bars
CBS News MoneyWatch's Jill Wagner has today's CBSN business headlines: Blue Bell plans to ship ice cream again, Quaker Girl Scout cookie granola bars could be coming to a grocery store near you, and the stock market takes a dive with China's devalued surprise.cbsnews.com