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  • Plastic surgeon accused of watching porn while performing surgery

    BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. – A former patient has filed a complaint saying a Beverly Hills plastic surgeon used drugs and watched “bizarre, hardcore” pornography during surgeries, according to KTLA. The alleged former patient, Tess Broussard, told KTLA she suffered botched lip fillers before she tried suing the doctor for medical malpractice back in 2013. That suit got dismissed when Broussard’s expert witness could no longer testify — a blow to her legal battle that was delivered by Dr. Randal Haworth himself, […]

  • Police arrest burglar who crawled through attic space into neighbor’s apartment

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A bizarre burglary case in Oklahoma ended with an arrest Monday night after the suspect was found in her neighbor’s closet, according to KFOR. “The female who was inside one of the apartments went up into the attic, went to the other one and dropped down into the closet of the neighbor’s residence and began trying to steal clothing out of there,” said Master Sergeant, Gary Knight, with the Oklahoma City Police Department. Police arrested Heather Jo Campbell, […]

  • ‘I just shot my husband:’ chilling 911 call, video shows woman confessing to husband’s murder

    CLEVELAND – 911 recordings and body cam video show an Ohio woman confessing to police that she shot and killed her husband. The shooting happened in December on Cleveland’s southeast side, according to WJW. Aviean Compton has been indicted for murder in the death of her husband, Ernest Jackson. On the 911 call, Compton can be heard saying, “Heavens. Baby. I just shot my husband.” A dispatcher asks where the man is, and Compton answers, “He laying on the floor dead.” […]

  • Suspected shooter says he has ‘no remorse’ for killing Indiana deputy

    BOONE COUNTY, Ind. – The 21-year-old man accused of fatally shooting Boone County Deputy Jacob Pickett spoke out as he walked into the courthouse for his initial hearing Wednesday afternoon, according to WXIN. Anthony Baumgardt, 21, faces murder, drug, and gun charges after police say he shot Pickett last week. Investigators were chasing Baumgardt and two other men after they fled the site of an unrelated attempted arrest last Friday. Prosecutor Todd Meyer says Baumgardt jumped from a fleeing car and ran […]

  • Missouri cop killed in line of duty was sent to wrong house by traced 911 call

    CLINTON, Mo. — Authorities revealed Wednesday that police were actually sent to the wrong house when they were responding to a 911 call which led to three officers being shot, one of them fatally, according to WDAF. Missouri State Highway Patrol said Wednesday afternoon that Clinton officers were sent to 306 West Grandriver Street for a 911 call in which Henry County 911 operators could hear two women arguing in the background but no one was directly speaking to operators. […]

  • Utah lawmaker pulls controversial bill that would rename highway after President Trump

    SALT LAKE CITY — A Utah representative who wanted to rename a huge chunk of highway after President Donald Trump has pulled the bill following some serious pushback. Rep. Mike Noel, R-Kanab, confirmed to KSTU on Wednesday night he did not plan to force a vote amongst his colleagues. “It’s still controversial, no matter what you do,” he said. Rep. Noel had been whipping up votes all afternoon on the House floor, but it was unknown if he had the […]

  • Washington high school bans students from bringing backpacks, purses to school

    YAKIMA, Wash. – Granger High School is banning students from bringing backpacks and purses on campus, citing school safety as their main concern. The school administration cited “the increased school violence in the Yakima Valley” for the policy change, which will take effect on Monday, March 12th, according to KCPQ. “We understand this is an inconvenience,” the school said on its Facebook page, “but our main concern is that school is a safe place for learning.” It said that students can […]

  • NFL players help rescue man who fell while hiking in Colorado

    CASTLE ROCK, Colo. – The McCaffrey brothers are credited with saving the life of a 72-year-old man who suffered major injuries after falling while hiking in Colorado. Max, Christian, and Dylan McCaffrey were climbing at Castle Rock when 72-year-old Dan Smoker fell while he was climbing down from the top of the rock. Smoker was with his 13-year-old grandson Elijah Smoker at the time, according to KDVR. “I heard what sounded like a shoe slipping on some rock and then I […]

  • Two dozen arrested after fights erupt outside of white supremacist speech at Michigan State University

    EAST LANSING, Mich. – Nearly 500 protesters showed up to Michigan State University to rally against a speaking event for avowed white supremacist Richard Spencer on Monday. A crowd of roughly 500 protesters gathered in front of the Michigan State University agricultural pavilion, where Spencer was set to speak at 4:30 p.m.  The speech was pushed back to 5 p.m. as violent clashes erupted between his supporters and the protesters, according to WXMI. “This kind of discourse is not acceptable,” […]

  • Mother charged with child abuse after allegedly leaving disabled daughter in bed of stranger’s truck

    MUSKEGON, Mich. – A Michigan woman is facing child abuse charges after allegedly leaving her daughter with severe disabilities in the back of a stranger’s pickup truck, according to WXMI. Asia Beach, 27, was charged because her eight-year-old daughter with cerebral palsy could have been seriously injured or killed from hypothermia, according to police. The incident happened on the evening of Feb. 25th when police say Beach placed her daughter into a truck bed and then wandered a couple blocks away. […]

  • Dog rescued from South Korean meat trade by Olympian up for adoption

    EL CAJON, Calif. – Olympic snowboarder Maddie Mastro saved a dog from the meat trade while she was in South Korea, and now Jadu is up for adoption in Southern California. “She’s got a remarkable, amazing disposition. Look at how friendly she is! She comes and seeks affection, very appeasing and wonderful with dogs too. This is a wonderful dog,” Barking Lot Rescue founder, Stacy Parmer told KSWB. The playful Korean Jindo named Jadu was one of many dogs set to be […]

  • Six kidney transplant patients meet their donors for first time

    CHICAGO, Ill – In what’s being called a “swapportunity,” a rare 12-person kidney exchange at Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago has proved to be a success. The exchange took months of careful planning and dozens of people coordinating what doctors call “a swapportunity.” The surgeries happened over three days last week, according to WGN. Scott Rial received a kidney from Daisy Ruiz. Ruiz wanted to donate to her Aunt Clotilde, but wasn’t a match. However, Clotilde was a match with Philip Cameli. […]

  • Man who posed as rideshare driver raped seven women, prosecutors say

    LOS ANGELES – A California man is facing 27 felony counts after police say he raped numerous women when he posed as a rideshare driver, according to KTLA. Nicolas Morales, 44, was described as an “alleged serial rapist” in a news release from the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office. He is accused of raping and sexually assaulting seven women while posing as a ride-sharing driver between October 2016 and January 2018. Prosecutors did not say identify which ride-hailing services he posed […]

  • Man accused of shooting friend’s dog in face for barking

    POTTSVILLE, Pa. – Police say a Pennsylvania man shot a dog in the face after he became agitated at his friend’s pet for barking. The dog is still in a vet hospital with serious injuries, according to WNEP. “Pure rage,” Hillside SPCA Assistant Manager Tricia Moyer-Mentzer said. “I have no idea what would possess anyone to go into a home, shoot someone else’s pet for whatever reason.” Pottsville Police say 30-year-old Anthony Holmes shot the dog at an apartment in Pottsville over the […]

  • College wrestler born without legs lives life with ‘no excuses’

    NEW PHILADELPHIA, Ohio – It’s Sunday worship at New Greater Peace Church in Canton, Ohio. Music and Faith are the cornerstone of 20-year-old Zion Clark. “It is a really big part in what I do because God sent me through different trials to build me into the man I am today,” Zion told WJW. “I baptized him in the name of Jesus in one of our services and he’s a great kid, he’s a phenomenal kid, he’s one of our drummers […]

  • Undocumented immigrant accused of killing NFL player in suspected DUI crash wants confession thrown out

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The undocumented immigrant accused of killing NFL player Edwin Jackson and an Uber driver in a suspected DUI crash says his constitutional rights were violated. Edwin Jackson and Jeffrey Monroe were both killed by an accused drunk driver earlier this month. The suspect’s attorney believes the arresting officer violated his constitutional rights, according to WXIN. Pulling up to the crash scene where the two men were killed, an Indiana State trooper claims he spotted an impaired suspect […]

  • New York ranked dirtiest city in America in new report

    NEW YORK – New Yorkers produce so much garbage that the city recently landed the top spot on a survey of the country’s dirtiest cities. “It’s so nasty, it’s filthy, there’s garbage all over the place,” Angela Brown told WPIX as she looked at a littered street in Gowanus. The cleaning service BusyBee looked at five categories in their rankings. New York took the top spot in three of the five: population density, litter, and pests. The Big Apple scored a […]

  • Video captures the moment prisoner slips out of handcuffs, escapes Ohio police department

    BROOKLYN, Ohio – Police are searching for James Hlvasa, who slipped out of handcuffs in the Brooklyn Police Department and evaded police Sunday, according to WJW. James Hlvasa slipped out of a wrist cuff that was attached to a bench inside the police station. He ran out a door and got away through a nearby field. As of Tuesday, Hlvasa was still not in custody. Anyone with information on his whereabouts should contact Brooklyn police.

  • Activists visit long lines at ‘Black Panther’ screenings to increase voter registration

    NEW YORK CITY, N.Y. — Activists are using the Marvel super hero movie starring a nearly all black cast and set in the fictional East African nation of Wakanda as a chance to increase African American voter registration. Members of the Electoral Justice Project are targeting “Black Panther” fans with a campaign called #WakandatheVote, according to WPIX. “It’s a good opportunity to engage with more people of color,” Kristeena Alexander said while in line to see the movie. “And it’s […]

  • Video captures heartwarming reunion between veteran, stolen service dog

    AURORA, Colo. – A Colorado veteran and his beloved service dog are back together again after a man allegedly took the dog as it was tied up outside of a restaurant. “This dog is my life. He’s my soul,” Navy veteran Levi Roybal told KDVR. “I’m never letting him out of my sight now.” Just before 7 p.m. on Sunday, the dog was swiped from outside the Hibachi Grill on Mississippi and Sable. Roybal said he tethered Astro because he wanted the dog […]

  • Rabbi with prior sex crime conviction arrested in underage sex trafficking bust

    EAST BRUNSWICK, N.J. — A rabbi with a prior conviction for sexually abusing a minor was one of three arrested for allegedly sex trafficking an underage prostitute, according to WPIX. Rabbi Aryeh Goodman, 35, was arrested along with 18-year-old Gabriella Colon and 23-year-old Richard Ortiz by investigators from the Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office, East Brunswick Police and Middlesex County Sheriff’s Office. Officials said that Colon and Ortiz sold the sexual services of a 17-year-old girl from Lancaster, Pennsylvania to about […]

  • Airport ticket agent, sheriff’s deputy stop possible human trafficking

    SACRAMENTO — A deputy and airlines agent at Sacramento International Airport are being praised for potentially saving two girls from sex trafficking, according to KTXL. When people think of trafficking, they often think of malls and public places – but oftentimes, sex trafficking begins with predators on social media, convincing young girls to meet in person. In this most recent case, traffickers convinced two young girls through Instagram to get on a flight to New York – where they likely […]

  • Tiny Chihuahua won’t leave injured buddy after shooting

    PETERSBURG, Va. – The love between a tiny Chihuahua and much larger Gordon Setter was obvious to the animal control officers who responded to a shooting call Friday night in Virginia. The Chihuahua charged at Petersburg Animal Control officer Jazmis Aponte when she moved in to load the injured Gordon Setter into her van. “The little Chihuahua was very unhappy with me taking him,” Aponte told WTVR. She said it was obvious the two dogs were bonded. So obvious, that as […]

  • ‘I’m sick:’ man flagged down police to tell them he sexually assaulted a child

    CLEVELAND – Video from an Ohio police officer’s body camera shows a man surrendering to police after he sexually assaulted a child in July. Police say he flagged down an officer with the young child in the backseat of his vehicle. On the video, you can hear the officers saying, “I pulled in here and stopped. He pulled in here and said take me to jail. I did something really bad.” You also hear Fry interacting with police. He said, “I’m […]

  • Burger King employees throw 80th birthday party for loyal customer

    NANTICOKE, Pa. – Harold Rinehimer has walked from his apartment to the Burger King in Nanticoke every day, twice a day, for nearly two decades, according to WNEP. When employees found out this was his 80th birthday, they planned a little surprise party for when he arrived Tuesday morning. “I guess I like the stuff down here, the food, the times, and I see good friends down here,” Harold said. Good food, good times, and good friends for his birthday, Harold […]

  • Man brutally attacks elderly woman on Los Angeles street

    LOS ANGELES, Calif. – Los Angeles police have asked for the public’s help in identifying a man who violently attacked an 85-year-old woman in Koreatown over the weekend. The attack happened Saturday afternoon as Mi Reum Song walked to a supermarket on Olympic Boulevard near Vermont Avenue, Los Angeles police said. A man reportedly hit the woman on the forehead, knocking her unconscious and causing her head to bleed profusely, according to KTLA. Song was treated for head injuries at a […]

  • Man plans to sue hospital after MRI mishap leads to lasting burn injury

    LOS ANGELES, Calif. – A man burned during an MRI mistake at a California hospital says the hospital hasn’t even apologized, and he’s planning to sue. Nick Kruth, who has diabetes, went to Glendale Adventist Medical Center after experiencing low blood pressure and weakness in his legs in the Summer of 2016, according to KTLA. Routine tests ordered by doctors included an electrocardiogram and an MRI. Kruth told KTLA that a tab from the EKG containing metal was left on his […]

  • Video shows man clinging onto hood of car as it drives down busy street

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. – A witness recorded a man and woman arguing before she got behind the wheel of a car and he clung to the hood. Cell phone footage shows the man in red pants holding onto the hood of a dark-colored Chevy Impala as it cruises down a Memphis street. Bryan Pittman told WREG he shot the video Tuesday afternoon. “Never seen anybody hold onto a car like that in my life, but he was down for the ride. You […]

  • Eagles fan gets trick play tattooed on his arm

    LANCASTER, Pa. – Oh, you got yourself a commemorative t-shirt to celebrate the Eagles’ Super Bowl win? That’s cool. One Lancaster County man decided to go with a memento that’s a little more permanent, according to WPMT. Matt Ranauro went to Dreams Collide Tattoo in Lancaster and ordered up a ‘Philly Special’, according to LancasterOnline. The tattoo is a diagram of the play the Eagles ran on fourth-and-goal from the 1-yard line late in the first half of their 41-33 victory over the […]

  • Man reveals years-long pen pal friendship with Charles Manson

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. – Ken Dickerson of St. Louis says he sent letters, postcards, and drawings back and forth with notorious cult leader Charles Manson for several years while he was in prison. The Tate murders in Beverly Hills were gruesome and the story captivated the nation. Manson would spend 46 years behind bars for those crimes – and ultimately died in prison – but he used some of his time to write and call a man from Missouri, according to KTVI. […]