Trending Today: Texas cyclists raise money for cancer; Subway and Keurig strike a deal

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) – Here's a look at what's trending on the web today!

Bruno Mars Facebook reactions

Trending locally, Bruno Mars rocked Verizon Arena on Tuesday night, and we asked you to send us your pictures and tell us what you thought.

Lindsay Ward said "it was by far the best show I have been to in a long time. Loud, but so worth it."

Stephanie Jesse said "awesome show. So glad we splurged a little for good floor seats. And thankful his ticket prices are reasonable. Would definitely see him again."

And finally ReKa Rhodes said "great show by far the best I have been to. Here's a picture of him singing 'just the way you are'"

Texas cyclists raise money for cancer

The world's longest charity bike ride stopped in Arkansas on Wednesday on their way to Alaska.

The "Texas 4,000" is a group of University of Texas students cycling across the country raising money for cancer research.

Today they visited UAMS.

Subway and Keurig strike a deal

Subway is teaming up with Keurig to bring you coffee with your sandwich.

Subway says that more than half of its restaurants already use Keurig machines to make coffee for customers, but the two companies made a deal to put machines in nearly 30,000 restaurants in the U.S. and Canada.

The "one-cup at a time" brew process will make it easier for Subway to serve coffee at any time of the day.

Illinois governor signs a cupcake bill

The Illinois governor signed a sweet new bill into law on Tuesday.

The "Cupcake Bill" was passed with the help of a 12-year-old girl, whose home-based cupcake business was shut down for not having a business license.

The law applies to home-kitchen businesses making less than a $1,000 a month, and says they can't be shut down unless there is a complaint or health issue.

The governor says the law opens the doors to more home business to operate with minimal government interference.


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