We've all been there before: You're driving and suddenly you hit a huge pothole. Well, former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger took matters into his own hands when he noticed a bunch of potholes in his Los Angeles neighborhood. The actor-turned-politician got a shovel, rolled up his sleeves, and filled the potholes himself. He said in a tweet, "let's not complain, let's do something about it." LA Mayor Karen Bass said the city is working on addressing the 'unprecedented' number of potholes caused by recent storms.

More In General News
Buses of Migrants Seem to Use 'Loophole' to Avoid New NYC Rules
A New Jersey mayor says buses of migrants bound for New York City have been stopping at the train station in his town and others in an apparent effort to evade an executive order by New York's mayor trying to regulate how and when migrants can be dropped off in the city.
World Population Reached 8 Billion People on Jan. 1
The world population grew by 75 million people over the past year and on New Year's Day, it was estimated to stand at more than 8 billion people, according to figures released by the U.S. Census Bureau on Thursday.
Load More