Old legal documents have surfaced describing the 1990 incident which led to charges filed against Hamm and others, and caused his fraternity chapter to be shut down. The documents allege that Hamm beat a pledge, set his pants on fire and dragged him by his genitals. Hamm was charged with hazing and was placed on probation. Once he completed his probation, the charges were dropped and separate assault charges were dismissed.
The mother of two tweeted that 10 ounces of her breast milk had been taken at security. "Gone," she wrote. "Not okay."
She says her other liquids were tested but her breast milk was “taken away with no discussion” and thrown away. Alyssa wrote, "They said they would let the pumped milk through if I had the baby with me. Why would I need to pump if I had the baby with me????"
In a statement, Alyssa said she hoped the policy received a "thoughtful reconsideration." She added, "I'm glad this has started a dialogue. My only hope is to make things easier for moms, breastfeeding and formula feeding moms, everywhere."
While DirecTV said they would appeal -- they've already begun a new series of ads. One that aired Thursday morning on a cable sports channel featured a woman riding a talking horse.
Lowe could be back, though. DirecTV executive Jon Gieselman tells the Los Angeles Times, "We try to retire campaigns at their peak — before they jump the shark." As for the former brat packer, Gieselman says, "We've talked with Rob about doing something else in the future. He loves the campaign. He's completely gotten into the characters."
Williams is prominently displayed on the town's welcome sign, which also features other notable natives such as Mark Twain, Tommy Hilfiger and astronaut Eileen Collins. The mayor says she has received more than dozen calls from residents urging her to remove the disgraced anchor, but she's refusing to take his picture down.
Mayor Sue Skidmore says she's mostly hesitant to do it because of the cost of a putting up a new sign. But she's also defending the town's native son saying "everyone makes mistakes," and he has done a lot for the town.