What's Trending at 5:30, Tuesday, February 4th & Conversation
By Kimberely Scott, WJBF Anchor/News at 10 on the CW Anchor - email
Let's take a look at what's trending.... It's a top ten that Augustan's hope to never make...... The FBI releasing new data about the country's most dangerous cities.... Camden, New Jersey tops the list of the highest crime rate in the nation. second -- Flint, Michigan, next -- Detroit, Michigan, the fourth most dangerous city -- Oakland, California, fifth place goes to st Louis, Missouri.
Fox Broadcast the super bowl game to 111-point-49-million viewers, that's more "than any television program in U.S. History." It may not have been much of a game, but twitter was also buzzing. Nielsen says five-point-six million u-s users sent out more than 25-million tweets about the game. As you may know by now, the Seattle Seahawks beat the Denver Broncos 43-8.
A new study shows that to much sugar can cause cardiovascular disease and many other chronic diseases. The American Heart Association recommends limiting sugar found in candy, desserts and sweetened beverages, to less than 100 calories daily for women and 150 calories daily for men. Naturally occurring sugar, which is found in fruit, is okay.
A nine-year-old alabama boy has his heart in the right place for valentine's day. Tanner Long is writing valentines to sick kids in the hospital. He is writing the cards as part of a community service project to get a black belt in Taekwando. Tanner also has a life-threatening heart condition and chose the project to brighten the day of those patients in the hospital. He is hoping to deliver more than one hundred cards, with his community's help.