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  • Friends find out they’re related thanks to DNA kit

    DAUPHIN COUNTY – DNA kits continue to gain in popularity all across the country and are helping people learn more about their health. These kits are even connecting some people with family members they never knew they had. Two women in Dauphin County say ordering a DNA kit from 23andMe was destiny. Debra and Suzanne have been friends for years, according to WPMT. Suzanne Keller met Debra Wisor 15 years ago when she started coaching her son Josh. She was a […]

  • Teen sentenced to life in prison for murder of 10-year-old Colorado girl

    BRIGHTON, Colo. – A teenager who pleaded guilty to killing a 10-year-old girl was sentenced to life in prison with the possibility of parole after 40 years, according to KDVR. Aidan Zellmer, 17, was charged as an adult in the death of Kiaya Campbell on June 7, 2017, after they left her father’s home to go to a shopping center. As part of a plea deal, Zellmer pleaded guilty to one count of first-degree murder after deliberation on Feb. 1. “In 27 […]

  • Man ditches car, skis down mountain after avalanche closes highway

    PROVO, Utah — After an avalanche prompted the closure of Provo Canyon, a Utah man decided to bypass the lengthy detour with a little backcountry skiing. Utahn William Perry was driving back from a day of skiing in Park City Friday afternoon when two avalanches prompted the closure of the canyon road he needed to take to get home. “With the rain and the snow that we’ve had up in the mountains it created a really wet and heavy snowpack,” […]

  • Parents outraged over Instagram accounts allowing high school students to rate their female classmates

    EL CAJON, Calif. – A series of Instagram accounts has caused an uproar among parents and students at Valhalla High School. Parents shared with KSWB an apparent rating page that showed pictures of female students paired with a graph that graded their appearance, body and personality. Multiple pages with a similar setup existed, but have since been deleted. The Grossmont Union High School District shared a statement after word spread about the demeaning accounts: “We do not condone this behavior. […]

  • Investigators need help identifying girl’s body found dumped in bag along Southern California trail

    LOS ANGELES – Authorities have asked for the public’s help in identifying the body of a girl found along a Hacienda Heights equestrian trail on Tuesday. There are no known motives in the case, which investigators are handling as a suspicious death, Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Lt. Scott Hoglund said at a news conference Wednesday afternoon. Detectives released a sketch of the victim—described as a black girl, possibly 8 to 13 years old, about 4 feet 5 inches, about 55 […]

  • Dog left in freezing car while owner goes skiing

    COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS, Utah — Police in Utah cited a dog owner for leaving the animal in a car for hours while he went skiing, according to KSTU. Officers responded to several calls about a barking dog in a car at a park and ride lot Sunday morning. They found the dog anxious and without any food, water or blankets. “He was showing signs of, not duress, but needing to vacate the vehicle,” said Officer Kevin Salmon of the Cottonwood Heights […]

  • Watch this thief realize he’s being recorded during car break-in

    MODESTO, Calif. – California police are looking for this brazen thief who broke into several cars in a Modesto neighborhood, according to KTXL. In a matter of seconds, the thief is seen in a dashcam video reaching into Mark Linneman’s Chevrolet Silverado with a flashlight last Thursday night on Maddux Avenue. “My phone actually alerts if something happens with my truck and my phone did get an alert but I was asleep. I had just gone to sleep so I […]

  • ‘Sometimes you just gotta take them down’: Three-year-old explains why she put boy in headlock

    ST. CHARLES, Mo. – A little girl from Missouri is now the star of a viral video about her response to a boy’s marriage proposal.  Kynlee McFetridge, 3, put a boy in a wrestling headlock at preschool, according to KTVI.  Her mom questioned Kynlee and recorded her responses, then sent the video to the KTVI Facebook page. “What happened at school?” mom asked. “I took a headlock down on Jack and took him down,” Kynlee said all so matter-of-factly. “Why, what […]

  • Some adults may need another Measles vaccination, health experts say

    CLEVELAND – Cases of a highly contagious disease, once thought to be eradicated, are on the rise in the United States. Health experts warn that some adults already vaccinated against measles may still be at risk of contracting it. “Pretty much everybody born before 1956 was exposed to the measles virus and therefore they have immunity. Those people generally do not need to worry about being vaccinated again,” said Dr. Roy Buchinsky, Director of Wellness for University Hospitals, based at the Ahuja Medical […]

  • NYC street renamed in honor of slain teen ‘Junior’ Guzman-Feliz

    NEW YORK CITY – It was a bittersweet birthday for Leandra Feliz as she dedicated a new street sign for her murdered 15-year-old son Lesandro — known as Junior — at the site where the teen was brutally stabbed in June. Feliz, a mother of four, smiled as she held a replica of the sign in her hands. “It’s something that I connect with me,” the mother said at the corner of East 183rd Street and Bathgate Avenue in the […]

  • Virginia’s First Lady criticized for handing African-American students cotton while on tour of slave quarters

    RICHMOND, Va. — Virginia’s First Lady is under fire after she allegedly handed a piece of cotton to two African-American students on a historical tour while asking them to “imagine being an enslaved person,” according to WTVR. In a letter addressed to Pam Northam and obtained by CBS News and WTVR, the 8th grade Senate Page says Northam’s actions during a tour of the Executive Mansion’s old slave quarters were “beyond inappropriate, especially considering recent events with the Governor.” “There […]

  • Uber driver killed during four-state crime spree

    DENVER – A man who was fatally shot in a carjacking in Denver Friday morning as part of a four-state crime spree has been identified as a 58-year-old Uber driver. David Rosenthal, 58, of Denver died from multiple gunshot wounds, the Denver Office of the Medical Examiner said. The manner of death was homicide,. On Tuesday, Uber confirmed that Rosenthal drove for the company and that he was using the app at the time of the shooting, according to KDVR. “We […]

  • Video shows bears ripping off hot tub cover, destroying Colorado property

    BRECKENRIDGE, Colo. – A pair of bears in Breckenridge bucked the notion that they’d be hibernating for the winter, according to KDVR. Instead, they crawled up the stairs of a home, found a hot tub cover and promptly destroyed it. Colorado Parks and Wildlife says it’s not uncommon for bears to go after hot tub covers but it is uncommon for it to happen this time of year. One of the bears has been trapped and wildlife officials are still searching […]

  • Denver family collecting cards for sick dog during his final days

    DENVER — A family in southeast Denver is asking the community to help lift their dog’s spirits during his final days. Army veteran Sean Nunez and his wife Ruthy consider their German Shepherd, Dylan, to be a member of the family, according to KDVR. According to the Nunez family, 14-year-old Dylan – who suffers from dementia – doesn’t have much time left to live and also provides a great amount of love and support. “I suffer from epilepsy – that’s a […]

  • Dog who spent more than three years in shelter returned after being adopted

    TWINSBURG, Ohio — The Humane Society of Summit County is sharing some unfortunate news about Geronimo the dog, who was adopted after spending 1,145 days at the shelter. The six-year-old, who was adopted over the weekend, has been returned to the shelter, according to WJW. The shelter made the announcement on their Facebook page, explaining that his new owner realized it wasn’t a good match. Prior to the adoption, Geronimo had been waiting 1,145 days for his forever home. The director […]

  • Disturbing sign threatens dogs defecating on neighborhood lawn

    DENVER – A sign posted in front of a Colorado home threatens to harm dogs that defecate on their lawn, sparking controversy in a Denver neighborhood. On a busy little stretch of South Logan Street, it’s pretty easy to miss. But get a little closer, and there it is, words, on paper, taped to a sign. It’s not long, but gets right to the point: Keep your dog off of my lawn. “I think it’s over the top,” one passerby told […]

  • Firefighters use drone to rescue pup stranded on icy swamp in Ohio

    CHIPPEWA TOWNSHIP, Ohio– A massive team effort along with a drone helped find and rescue a family’s lost dog that somehow became stranded in the middle of a massive, icy swamp in Wayne County. The dog’s name is Mox. The family adopted the 30-pound English setter, fox terrier mix pup last year and was preparing to celebrate his first birthday when he disappeared from their backyard Thursday night. They began posting his picture on Facebook and three days later, a […]

  • Memphis man believes serial killer’s sketch shows his murdered mother

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. — A Memphis man believes his mother was one of dozens of women murdered by a serial killer decades ago after seeing a sketch on social media this week that bears a striking resemblance to her. Samuel Little has confessed to 90 murders, and drew sketches for investigators of some of his victims who have never been identified. After seeing one of those sketches, Anthony Jones says he believes the woman pictured is his mother, according to WREG. The last […]

  • Body cam video shows arrest of judge suspected of drunk driving crash

    BRIMFIELD, Ohio- A judge in Ohio found herself on the wrong side of the law after being arrested for drinking and driving, according to WJW. The legal issues for Portage County Common Pleas Court Judge Rebecca “Becky” Doherty began Sunday night, when a Brimfield police officer responded to a 911 call about an SUV that drove into a ditch while getting onto I-76 during a snowstorm. On the officer’s body camera video, he is heard asking the driver, “Ma’am you’ve […]

  • Dead Oklahoma mayor stays on ballot for runoff election

    EDMOND, Okla. –  The City of Edmond is making plans for a mayoral runoff in April, but one of the candidates is no longer living, according to KFOR. “The is the first time we have had a candidate move forward that was no longer living,” said Casey Moore, City of Edmond. “There’s a lot of folks out there that were really strong Charles Lamb supporters and they are having a hard time giving that up,” said Mike Cunningham, an Edmond […]

  • Eight-year-old girl given award for saving dad’s life during shooting spree

    PLACER COUNTY, Calif. – A Placer Elementary School third-grader was given a medal of merit for quick thinking that saved her dad’s life. Isabell Pierce’s father, Brian, was a random victim during a chaotic shooting spree on Jan. 15th, according to KTXL. They were driving down Rock Springs Road in the quiet community of Newcastle when they heard a loud noise. Not only had suspected shooter Stanley Stepanski III shoot out the driver’s side window, but the bullet had hit Brian in the […]

  • Young boys find suspect’s gun buried in snow while waiting for school bus

    PLEASANT GROVE, Utah – Police are applauding the actions of two 9-year-old boys who found a handgun lodged in the snow while waiting for the school bus. It was anything but an average day for nine-year olds Sam Gonzales and Landry Collins. “I knew straight away that it was just a real gun,” Sam told KSTU. The boys were waiting for their school bus on Friday morning in their Pleasant Grove neighborhood when one of them noticed something stuck in the ice […]

  • Man who spent six weeks in coma returns home to celebrate Christmas in February

    SAN DIEGO – A California man who spent six weeks in a coma returned home Wednesday to celebrate Christmas in February with all of his neighbors, according to KSWB. Ryan Caine went to the hospital with flu-like symptoms on December 10th. Soon after, he was diagnosed with pneumonia that went septic, his family said. Caine was placed in the intensive care unit where he stayed for nearly six weeks. “His whole body was in a paralytic state and was completely […]

  • Video shows mountain lion chase deer into backyard pool of California home

    GLENDALE, Calif. – A Glendale family’s surveillance camera captured a wild encounter between a mountain lion and deer in their backyard pool, according to KTLA. Rachel Wong and her husband knew something strange had happened at their backyard pool in the Whiting Woods area of Glendale overnight when they saw things were amiss the next morning. They checked their surveillance footage Thursday morning and saw that there had in fact been a prowler – but not the kind you’d expect. […]

  • Ex-cops accused of raping teen ask judge to dismiss case, right in front of alleged victim

    NEW YORK CITY — Two ex-cops accused of raping a teen asked a judge to dismiss the case against them Wednesday – right in front of the alleged victim. The two disgraced detectives insist that the September 2017 encounter was consensual, but Anna Chambers and her attorney call it rape. Recent legislation supports her assessment. It was passed to help prevent cases like hers, according to WPIX. The ex-cops, Edward Martins and Richard Hall, entered the courtroom around 2:30 p.m. […]

  • Mother gives birth on Chicago bus during morning commute

    CHICAGO — A baby was born on a CTA bus during the busy Wednesday morning commute. Guadalupe Lara, 33, thought she would make it to the hospital on time after she felt contractions, but her baby just couldn’t wait, according to WGN. Samantha Centeno-Lara was born weighing 7 pounds, 7 ounces. She wasn’t expected for another week, but on Wednesday morning Guadalupe felt herself going into labor. Lara and her husband boarded the No. 9 bus hoping to get to […]

  • Colorado woman dies months after kidneys wrongly removed

    CENTENNIAL, Colo. — The University of Colorado Hospital was already facing a medical malpractice lawsuit from Linda Woolley after doctors wrongly removed both of her kidneys last May. Now the case may become a wrongful death suit, after Woolley passed away on Friday, Feb. 1, according to KDVR. The 73-year old shared her story with the Problem  Solvers in November, when Investigative Reporter  Rob Low asked her, ” Do you feel like the University of Colorado Hospital owes you an apology?” […]

  • Sheriff releases videos from night security guard was shot to death by police

    ROBBINS, Ill. — Cook County officials on Monday released videos taken the night security guard Jemel Roberson was fatally shot by Midlothian police officer, according to WGN. Roberson, 26, was working at Manny’s Blue Room Lounge in Robbins, Ill., on Nov. 11 when a shooting broke out inside the bar. One video released Monday shows the chaotic scene that unfolds as someone opens fire. Roberson returned fire, officials said, and was detaining one of the shooting suspects when he was […]

  • Mom accused of leaving two toddlers in a car in freezing temperatures so she could go to a bar

    LAWRENCE, Kan. – A Kansas mother is in jail, accused of leaving her two small children inside a car for hours while she was at a bar, according to WDAF. The kids were found during the single digit temperatures early Wednesday morning. Playerz Sports Bar is back open for business after a strange series of events late Tuesday night into early Wednesday morning. A worker told WDAF that a 26-year-old woman, later identified as Tiara Dillon, came into the bar […]

  • Pharmacist delivers medicine by snowmobile to customers during Polar Vortex

    LAKE ODESSA, Mich. – Delivering medicine is nothing new for Lake Odessa Pharmacy. In fact, pharmacist Andrea Cusack said it’s a free daily service offered to the community. However, the freezing weather is forcing her to think outside the box on how to deliver medicine to clients in snow-packed areas. “Blood pressure, diabetes meds… you do not want to stop those. It’s important to take them continuously,” Cusack told WXMI. Cusack needed to make a delivery Tuesday night to homebound […]

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