Allegheny County police say that one of the suspects had his 6-year-old son with him when the sting went down
Yikes When making a sizable narcotics deal, it might be best to avoid areas where kids congregate. Two men in the Pittsburgh suburb of North Versailles were arrested yesterday following an undercover drug buy that took place in the play...Show More Summary
It probably isn't the first place you'd look, and it certainly isn't the only place you should look for money to pay for college, but your favorite fast food restaurant might be able to offer you a scholarship.
No word on changes to the Whopper Restaurant Brands International (the parent company of Tim Hortons and Burger King) today reported financial results for the first quarter of 2016. The fast-food chain's sales rose 4.6 percent globally...Show More Summary
Restaurant Brands International, which also own Tim Hortons, reported earnings that sizzled past analysts' estimates
For those of us who love the truly bizarre extremes that the future's toughest lawman will go to, one of the most exciting pieces of news this year was the announcement that Judge Dredd: The Cursed Earth would finally be reprinted in its entirety. Show More Summary
A Burger King employee was arrested for stealing food and money to pay his drug debts, according to the Orlando Sun-Sentinel. William Simmons, Sr., is alleged to have stolen over $20,000 in food and nearly $3200 in cash in the short time since he was hired on March 29th. The manager observed...
Burger King already serves “chicken fries” so why not debut chicken rings. The company on Monday announced that it was now selling chicken rings, a product that looks more like a donut than a piece of chicken. The chicken fries rings,...Show More Summary
Five things to know today Happy Monday. Fans of Starbucks' sugary beverages will be pleased to learn that the coffee goliath resurrected its S'mores Frappuccino over the weekend; a grande has 500 calories and 68 grams of sugar, which...Show More Summary
Proving themselves with their tagline ‘Great food comes first’, Burger King has earned it’s name and maintained it since years in fast food joints. Burger King boasts of serving delicious, superior quality and affordable cheap food. The taste and quality, tested over years, still makes their customers happy. Show More Summary
When we hear practically anything regarding the minimum wage, we’ve been conditioned to first and only think of fast-food workers – McDonalds, Burger King, Subway, etc. But there are many
Today is National ASL Day.
Police are puzzling over a string of prank phone calls to Burger King restaurants which alert employees to a gas leak and direct them to bust the windows. The post I Have Questions: Why Do Burger King Workers Keep Smashing Windows Whenever Mysterious Prank Callers Say So? appeared first on CrimeFeed.
The online spot calls on viewers to offer suggestions for a Whopper sign in celebration of National American Sign Language Day.
From the days when he would pop up, unannounced, in your bed in the morning, Burger King's King character has never actually spoken a single word, preferring to let his creepily silent visage speak for him. But now, to celebrate National American Sign Language Day this Friday, the King is speaking up—by signing. Show More Summary
https://youtu.be/RRJBs3pjF90 A string of hoax calls to Burger King restaurants had employees smash windows to prevent the premises from "exploding," and the fast-food chain is having to buy a lot of glass as a result. To the franticShow More Summary
Burger Kings in several states were the target of a bizarre prank late last week. It started on Thursday, when employees of an Oklahoma City location were told by phone that there was a gas emergency and the restaurant could explode — unless they saved the day by smashing the windows. Show More Summary
Burger King windows were smashed by employees in Minnesota after a prank caller convinced them they needed to do so because of a “gas leak,” CNN is reporting. The Minnesota Burger King was the latest fast food location to fall victim to the prankster, or pranksters. Show More Summary
Employees at a Minnesota Burger King smashed out the windows of the restaurant Friday after a prank caller convinced them that deadly gas was leaking into the building and the pressure had to be relieved to prevent an explosion. The caller said he was with the fire department. Show More Summary
On Friday night, Burger King employees in Coon Rapids, Minnesota began to break the windows in their restaurant as a response to a simple phone call. The caller claimed the restaurant was experiencing an issue with their gas line that could cause a massive explosion. Show More Summary