Ryan Lochte lost several sponsors, including Speedo and Ralph Lauren, after his incident in Rio. However, he has already signed on with a new company. Keri Lumm (@thekerilumm) reports on his change of luck.
Emotions run high on the first day of school but for one family, it was especially difficult. The Scherlan family lost their father, Justin, earlier this fall. The late police officer died from complications resulting from an on-duty injury. As a surprise, his fellow law enforcement members showed up to escort Scherlan's children on their first day of school. Once inside, his son, Jackson, captured hearts by hugging his father's co-workers as they lined the hallways remembering Justin.
MTV has given Kanye West four minutes to do what he wants at this year's Video Music Awards. Plugged In panelists Jarrett Hill and Nina Parker discuss with Access Hollywood Live's Natalie Morales and Kit Hoover what Kanye might do with the time.
Humble Design is a Detroit-based non-profit that has furnished more than 600 homes for families transitioning out of homelessness. Tiffany Clark is one of the beneficiaries who hadn’t slept in a bed for a year until this organizations stepped in. NBC’s Morgan Radford reports for Sunday TODAY.
A photo of a hard-working plumber who went above and beyond the call of duty to fix a broken pipe is going viral. A homeowner snapped this shot of Jimmie Cox diving into murky water to try and fix the problem. Inside Edition connected Cox with Mike Rowe of Dirty Jobs, who commended the plumber for his dedication to his dirty job. Cox was photographed with only his legs still dry and wearing Wrangler jeans, so the company is also giving him a year’s supply of pants.
Plugged In panelists Jarrett Hill and Nina Parker discuss with Access Hollywood Live's Natalie Morales and Kit Hoover whether Ryan Lochte's new endorsement deal with a throat drop brand is a reward for bad behavior.