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

    In America, Super Bowl Sunday is like a holiday to some people. But how does Super Bowl Monday sound?

    That could be a reality if the weather gets in the way this year. It's set for Metlife stadium in east Rutherford, New Jersey, but there's a chance bad weather could make the game unplayable that day, so the NFL is having to plan ahead.

    The league has a plan in place that could move the game up to Friday, or slide it back to Monday.


    Arizona State University has cut ties with the Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity.

    That's the fraternity accused of throwing a MLK party earlier this week, where they dress up as racial stereotypes.

    The university notified the fraternity yesterday that its recognition as a fraternity chapter at Arizona State had been permanently revoked.

    That means the 65-year-old local chapter is no longer affiliated with the school, and can't recruit members.

    There's controversy tonight over a popular baby doll for children.

    Parents are upset about the "won't eat" doll saying it encourages unhealthy eating behaviors.

    Nen-uco dolls are known for being interactive. The company makes dolls who kiss, sit on the potty and get runny noses.

    But the latest doll won't eat when you try to feed her. Critics say the doll could encourage eating disorders among young children.


    This week, the oldest person on Facebook celebrates her 106th birthday.

    Edythe Kirchmaier of California was born in 1908. She says she remembers telegraphs and candle stick telephones.

    Edythe says she's been on Facebook for about a year, and when she signed up, she had to have Facebook's help since 1908 isn't an option.

    She also has 45,000 followers and uses her Facebook to tell people about her volunteer efforts.

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