Tim Howard Was Randomly Drug-Tested After His 16 Amazing Saves

U.S. goalie Tim Howard was randomly drug-tested immediately following Tuesday's match against Belgium after he made an amazing 16 saves, which set a World Cup record, he revealed today. Howard said he wasn't able to join his teammates in the locker room right after the 2-1 loss because FIFA sprang the test on him. "I got dragged into drug testing, again, randomly," Howard told ESPN Radio when asked about the somber mood after the match. "So I didn't hear all of [the reactions]." Two players from both teams are randomly drug-tested after each World Cup match, per FIFA regulations. But some fans might wonder just how random Howard's selection could be -- especially after the goalkeeper's impressive game. He joked to ESPN that "maybe" the test stopped being random after his 10th or 11th save. FIFA has yet to release the results of Howard's test. No player has tested positive for banned substances at this World Cup. Howard has been vocal about his anti-drug stance and is a spokesperson for Natural High, a nonprofit drug prevention program. (ABC News)


Rome woman steals ambulance, recovered at bar

Rome police said 49-year-old woman stole an ambulance from the Etowah Terrace Senior Residences on Saturday. Penny Lynn Malone was charged with interference with government property and theft by receiving stolen property, according to reports. Police said Malone and the ambulance was recovered at the Opis Roadhouse around 1:00 a.m. on Saturday. The vehicle belongs to the Floyd Medical Center. Police believe Malone may have made a false call to get the ambulance to come to the Etowah Terrace Senior Residence.


A Grill Master Hotline Is Open This Weekend

At Thanksgiving time, Butterball opens up their Turkey Talk-Line to help people through the challenge of getting that bird on the table. In the same spirit, anyone grilling out over the Fourth of July weekend this year will be able to talk to a Grill Master, thanks to Longhorn Steakhouse. A team of “Certified Grill Masters” will be available from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday through Sunday. You can call them, text them, and even hit them up on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram to solve your barbecue problems. So if you have questions about choosing the right cut of steak, grilling temperature, or what seasoning to add, reach out to them.

Phone 1-855-544-7455

Text LHGRILL to 40679

Facebook: www.Facebook.com/LongHornSteakhouse

Twitter and Instagram - @LongHornSteaks (RestaurantNews)