An Indiana woman who died in November requested in her last will and testament that her dog Bela be buried with her. One problem: Bela is still alive.
The man who wrote a 'bully' letter to a Wisconsin TV anchor is finally apologizing to the newswoman for calling her obese.
"I'm in no position to bully her," Kenneth Krause told ABC News. "She's a big media personality. I'm just a working stiff.
Krause added that he was obese as a child.
Jennifer Livingston of WKBT received an email from Krause who complained her size wasn't a "suitable example" for the community's young people.
The letter went viral after her husband, a fellow anchor, posted it online.
Livingston addressed the letter on-air.
According to the Today Show, Krause released a statement saying he'd be happy to help Livingston transform herself over the next year for all of her viewers to see.
The Daily Mail said Krause said he was only trying to help her lose weight.
The Today Show says Livingston invited Krause to appear on her show but he declined.
Information from WKBT contributed to this report.
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