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Ravi Bangaroo

The Daily Dish: April 12, 2016

Dishing out the latest and greatest in food news
The Daily Dish 4.12.16

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Popular Texas Food Reporter Stacy Fawcett Found Dead Alongside 2 Sons in Apparent Murder-Suicide

Stacy Fawcett, a popular food reporter for Channel 8’s News 8 Daybreak in Dallas, was killed in a devastating murder-suicide involving involved

her two teenage sons. Fawcett’s oldest son stabbed both his mother and his younger brother, and then called the police around 12:30 a.m. to confess before killing himself. Fawcett, who was known locally as “Dallas’ favorite foodie,” was also an online contributor for 103.7, KVIL-FM. She was 45 years old.

Proposed UK Food Labels Would Tell You How Much Exercise You’d Need to Work Off That Pizza

Should the food and drink industry fight obesity and related health issues by adding exercise guidance directly to food labels? That’s the newest suggestion from Britain’s Royal Society for Public Health, which argues that the labeling would be useful to help consumers make more informed choices, and such a measure is already supported by 63 percent of adults. Suggested label features icons, for walking, running, biking, or swimming, next to the length of time needed per activity.

This Driver Was Arrested for Using a Seatbelt on His Beer Instead of His Kids

Australian police are still baffled over the arrest of a father who decided to buckle up two cases of beer in the car, but let six kids roam free in the vehicle without a seatbelt, including a baby. The kids were found sitting on the laps of adult passengers and the driver, a 27-year-old male, was arrested and charged with 20 different offenses including seven for speeding, two DWI offenses, two for misuse of drugs, and five summonses for no authority to drive.

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