You Choose The News for Tuesday, March 27th 2018



Sure, you love your significant other, but would you prefer to sleep solo? If you said yes, you are not alone. According to a new survey from alarm clock app Sleep Cycle, 41 percent of Americans prefer sleeping alone to sleeping with their partner. Why? Snoring is the top culprit. 52 percent of respondents said their partner's snoring is loud enough to wake them up, and 30 percent say the snoring is so loud it causes them to sleep on the couch or in another room. Other issues besides snoring were: temperature issues, hogging the covers, taking up too much space in the bed, and people needing sound machines or some kind of light on.



The rising floodwaters in Louisville, Kentucky over the weekend have definitely taken their toll.  For some...we're talking major headaches.  But for Robert Watkins, it has made for some great fishing weather!  

Watkins is making waves on social media after his daughter posted pictures of the massive catfish he recently caught. In his front yard.

Watkins lives in a home next to the Salt River Bridge, and the water level has risen so high that his yard is completely flooded.

It also means he's been doing some fishing.  The catfish in the picture is between 50 and 60 pounds he guesses.  He tied it to his porch and will either give it to a friend who has a large pond to accommodate it...or he'll simply release it back into the water.  He says they don't eat the big ones.

Thankfully, the waters haven't flooded the inside of his home yet.  And as long as that's the case, he says bring on the rain.

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