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    Hot Dog Mike back in Arkansas

    Well, he's back. Michael Juiliano, a.k.a. Hot Dog Mike, has returned to Little Rock.

    As you may recall he left for New Jersey to deal with family matters, and now that they are happily resolved, he's back working on a new venture.

    Juiliano said he's developing a multi-cart operation dedicated to providing both an opportunity and a working wage for those that have the "Hot Dog Mike spirit." Whether it's fundraisers, helping the homeless or cleaning a stretch of highway, he said the Hot Dog Mike Organization will be there.

    Juiliano is also developing his own brand of Hot Dog Mike hot dogs and products that will be available to local grocers with a portion of the proceeds going back into the community.

    While he's organizing his new company, Juiliano will be based out of NYPD Pizza off Highway 10 in west Little Rock.

    Study: Walmart Most Popular Place For People To Fall In Love At First Sight

    If you're single, listen up. It turns out a Walmart Super Center might be the right place to find love.

    Maybe it's the everyday low prices, or a shared glance in the check-out line, but whatever it is, more people thought they saw their future spouse at a Walmart than anywhere else in 15 states, according to a new study by "Psychology Today."

    Researchers studied "missed connections" on Craigslist. They discovered Walmart is the most popular place for people to find love at first sight.

    The study also said not all connections occur at Walmart. In New York, the subway is frequently cited for making connections, and in California, it's the gym.

    Hendrix Baseball player taken out by cheap shot

    In a game this weekend, Berry College Pitcher Levi Austin took an unconventional approach to prevent a run. Austin threw a wild pitch past Matthew Simmons.

    The runner on third decided to score a run, but Austin had other ideas. He sprinted toward the plate and tackled the runner. The runner was eventually called safe and the pitcher was ejected.

    There was really no reason for the cheap shot. The pitcher had only been in to face 2 batters.

    Berry College went on to a late rally to beat Hendrix. The video has already received over 158,000 views.

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