LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - Friday in "Trending Today" on THV 11 News, it's a story that captivated a nation. The woman, a seamstress named Reshma, was found on the second floor of a collapsed eight-story building.
Officials said she is in remarkably good shape after her 17-day ordeal. She survived by eating dried food that was in the area where she was trapped, and by drinking bottles of water that were with her.
Another story trending big time: The CEO of Abercrombie and Fitch is under fire for weight discrimination. According to a new book, CEO Mike Jeffries' master plan is to cultivate what he considers to be cool... Thin people.
Speaking of being in hot water: A movie theater in Jefferson City is receiving backlash for a publicity stunt that many say was in poor taste. To promote its premiere of the new Iron Man movie, the manager of Capital 8 hired several people to dress in full tactical gear and storm into the screening with fake weapons drawn.
After last year's Colorado theater shooting, many called 911 in panic. The manager apologized to those offended and said his job is to entertain.
And finally, two siblings had quite the opposite reaction to the news of baby twins on the way. Two girls found out they were having twin siblings via a cake. One emotionally got it, while the other focused on something else... The cake!