David Goldman, Associated Press | Posted Aug 1st - 7:56pm
Nestled in a north Georgia forest, over 4,000 classic cars decorate 32 acres that have been turned into a junkyard museum. Owner Walter Dean Lewis' parents started the business in 1931 as a general store that also sold auto parts. Lewis grew the collection, which had just 40 cars in the '70s, over time.
When a Texas reporter discovered his identity had been stolen, he tracked down the woman suspected of the crime and surprised her at the door of the hotel room she allegedly paid for using his credit card number.
A former J.C. Penney employee ignited a social media firestorm when she tweeted out a picture of the outfit that got her sent home from work. The clincher: She purchased the clothing in the "career" section of her workplace.