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  • Lesbian couple viciously beaten in homophobic attack on London bus

    Police are calling for witnesses after two women were beaten and robbed in a homophobic attack on a London bus. One of the victims, Melania Geymonat, posted a photo on Facebook of herself and her girlfriend, Chris, covered in blood, along with a detailed account of the assault in English and Spanish. The incident happened in the early hours of on May 30 on a night bus in Camden, north London. “As they sat on the top deck they were […]

  • Abandoned fawn plucked from Missouri floodwaters

    ELSBERRY, Mo. – A fawn fighting rising floodwater in Elsberry, Missouri, called out for help. Fortunately, avid outdoorsman Dustin Dickey was nearby in his boat. “Had we been about another hour, she’d been dead,” he told KTVI. Dickey barely saw the fawn marooned in water that was at least four feet deep. “As we got closer to her she just started bleating and bleating and finally I could just see a head sticking right above the corn stalks,” he said. […]

  • Four teens rush into burning home, saving life of 90-year-old neighbor

    SAPULPA, Okla. – Four Oklahoma teens had planned to spend the evening hanging out together. They had no idea that by the time the night would end, they would be running into a burning house to save the life of a 90-year-old neighbor. Last month, Dylan Wick, Seth Byrd, Nick Byrd and Wyatt Hall – all between 14 and 17 years old – were at Hall’s home in Sapulpa, outside Tulsa, when they first noticed the smell of burning rubber. […]

  • Operation Meltdown: 46 ice cream trucks seized in New York City scofflaw crackdown

    Shell corporations, millions in fines, and a sting operation in New York City. It’s not a noir film; it’s a crackdown on ice cream trucks. The city began seizing 46 ice cream trucks Wednesday in “Operation Meltdown” after operators violated traffic laws and then evaded fines for nearly a decade, Mayor Bill de Blasio said in a news release. As the operators were handing out popsicles from 2009 to 2017 they also were racking up 22,000 summonses and nearly $4.5 […]

  • You can see Jupiter and its largest moons with just your binoculars this month

    For space lovers around the world, the month of June is set to be stellar: Jupiter will be clearly visible, and those wanting to catch a glimpse of its moons will only need a pair of binoculars. NASA has said that Jupiter “is at its biggest and brightest this month,” and can be observed in detail with only a minimum of equipment. “The solar system’s largest planet is a brilliant jewel to the naked eye, but looks fantastic through binoculars […]

  • Teen’s obituary pleads for kindness, calls out bullies

    PERU, Iowa – “To the bullies out there who succeeded in making Dan feel worthless, he wasn’t.” Those are the words printed out in Dan James Richards’ obituary. At 16-years-old, he took his own life last week. “He didn’t have a mean bone in his body,” the obituary went on to say. Just days away from his 17th birthday, Dan was the ideal teenager, one who rarely argued, and was involved in choir, chess, and football. “He was always smiling and […]

  • ‘Baby Shark’ is being turned into an animated series, doo doo doo doo doo doo

    YouTube sensation “Baby Shark” (an earworm curse to parents everywhere), is being developed into an animated series for Nickelodeon, a rep for the network told CNN. Nickelodeon will team up with SmartStudy, the company behind Pinkfong, the Korean entertainment brand which created the song, to develop the original series for pre-schoolers. The song became a breakout sensation when it launched on YouTube in November 2015. To date, it has amassed nearly 3 billion YouTube views and recorded a 20-week-streak on […]

  • Colorado firefighters pull 3-foot snake from driver’s car

    FOXFIELD, Colo. – A driver in Arapahoe County got quite the surprise when firefighters say a snake popped out from under the hood. South Metro Fire Rescue says the woman was driving when she saw the snake pop out from the grille. According to SMFR, she tried using the heat, the air conditioning and driving faster to get the snake to drop out of the engine compartment. None of it worked. “They came to us at Station 42 off of […]

  • Central Park 5 prosecutor resigns from nonprofits after Netflix series backlash

    Author and former prosecutor Linda Fairstein – facing a swarm of controversy over a Netflix series that examines a wrongful conviction in a high-profile rape case – has resigned as a trustee of her alma mater. Fairstein resigned as a member of the board of trustees of Vassar College, from which she graduated in 1969, the college in Poughkeepsie, New York, said Tuesday. The Netflix limited series “When They See Us” dramatizes the story of five teenage boys of color who […]

  • Mayor caught killing raccoon with shovel defends himself

    For the second time in a month, a raccoon’s death has gone viral. This time, it was the mayor of Atmore, Ala., who was caught on video beating a raccoon to death with a shovel, then using the shovel to push its body away from the road. Jim Staff was on vacation in Gulf Shores at the time, and the woman who recorded the incident posted it on Facebook. Locals were outraged, saying the raccoon is friendly and was on the side […]

  • Abused and shot dog gets second chance at life as taco-eating internet sensation

    LEE’S SUMMIT, Mo. – Three years ago an abused pit bull broke through a door to escape an abandoned home, only to be shot in the face when he made it out of the house. Now, that dog is living its best life – and has an Instagram following of tens of thousands. Lucky the dog is giving people something to taco-bout. Lucky is turning five, but just a couple years ago he wasn’t doing well. In 2016, Lucky was abandoned […]

  • Reboot of 1980s sitcom ‘Punky Brewster’ in the works

    “Punky Brewster” could be the latest sitcom hoping for a comeback. Universal Content Productions is in development on a sequel to the 1980s sitcom that starred Soleil Moon Frye as a young girl in foster care. Frye is attached to reprise her role for the show should it make a return to television. She is also set to executive produce alongside show creator David Ducion. The series would be written by Steve and Jim Armogida (“School of Rock”). “Punky Brewster” […]

  • Video shows calves being brutally abused, tortured at Indiana farm

    **Warning: Video below contains graphic content of animal abuse that may be disturbing to most viewers FAIR OAKS, Ind. – The owner of a farm in Northwest Indiana is apologizing after an undercover video shows farm employees abusing dairy cows. The graphic video began circulating Tuesday and outrage has been spreading since. There was an immediate response from the founder of Fair Oaks Farms, who made clear that the abusive employees seen in the footage have all been fired. The […]

  • Woman died days before Maryland couple at same Dominican Republic hotel

    Five days before a Maryland couple was found dead in their hotel room in the Dominican Republic, a Pennsylvania woman collapsed and died at the same resort shortly after she checked in, a family spokesman says. Miranda Schaup-Werner, 41, of Allentown, Pennsylvania, had just checked in on May 25 and enjoyed a drink from the minibar at the Bahia Principe Hotel in La Romana, family spokesman Jay McDonald told CNN affiliate WFMZ. She was with her husband, Dan Werner, at […]

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    Tennessee prosecutor: Gay people not entitled to domestic violence protections

    NASHVILLE, Tenn. – A newly discovered video shows a Middle Tennessee prosecutor boasting that, if gay people in his district end up being victims of domestic violence, they should not expect him to use the state’s domestic violence laws to protect them. That’s the same DA who has suggested Muslims don’t have any constitutional rights. The prosecutor, Craig Northcott of Coffee County, has faced intense scrutiny from activists ever since he was named special prosecutor three weeks ago to review […]

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    Husband charged after wife’s phone recorded deadly fall from parking garage

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. – Police arrested an Illinois man whose wife died after falling in a St. Louis parking garage over the weekend. Officers were called to the parking garage around 1:45 a.m. Sunday, where they found 27-year-old Alissa Martin lying dead on a ramp, according to KTVI. Her husband, 30-year-old Bradley Jenkins, was straddling her body, according to the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department. Jenkins told police he and Martin were married on May 22nd in Las Vegas. Both work for […]

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    Researchers find another disease carried by ticks

    Researchers have identified a new disease carried by a tick in Inner Mongolia. In the US alone, at least 16 diseases have been identified that ticks can pass on to humans, NPR reports. The discovery, disclosed in a study in the New England Journal of Medicine, means that we don’t really know how many diseases ticks carry. “We continue to discover new viruses,” says a Mayo Clinic researcher who was not involved in the study. The Inner Mongolia patient, a 42-year-old woman with […]

  • In honor of the 40th anniversary of "The Muppet Movie" the beloved film is returning to 700 movie theaters across the country for two days only.

    ‘The Muppet Movie’ returning to theaters for 40th anniversary

    Someday we’ll find it, the “Rainbow Connection,” back in theaters. Actually, that someday is July 25 and 30. In honor of the 40th anniversary of “The Muppet Movie” the beloved film is returning to 700 movie theaters across the country for two days only. The 1979 film marked the big screen debut of Kermit the Frog, Miss Piggy, Fozzie Bear, Gonzo and the rest of the stars from television’s “The Muppet Show.” Some human celebs came along for the ride […]

  • Louisiana woman finds 6-foot alligator under her car

    KENNER, La. – A Louisiana woman  is grateful to still have her both her feet after she found a six foot alligator underneath her car. Karen Balamane said in a Facebook post that she received quite a shock when she backed out of her driveway on the afternoon of June 2nd and spotted the massive reptile. “He was taking shelter from the sun under my car and I didn’t realize he was there until I backed up,” Balamane wrote in […]

  • Softball team throws head-shaving party in support of teammate’s cancer fight

    CHANDLER, Ariz. – For the 7-year-old girl who usually spends her days on the softball field, the past two weeks have especially difficult as she spent her time somewhere else. “It felt good when I got out of the hospital,” said Leighton Accardo. Leighton plays for the Peaches softball team in Chandler, and was just diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer. Her family never saw it coming. “They discovered multiple masses throughout her abdomen, in her liver and on her lungs,” […]

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    Florida man arrested after being caught on camera intentionally running over dog

    NEW SMYRNA BEACH, Fla. — A Florida man was arrested Sunday night after he was caught on video running over a dog – on purpose. Robert Joseph Kayat, 29, is charged with felony animal cruelty, WESH reported. Video provided to authorities shows Kayat swerve at the dog before running it over. After the dog was hit, Kayat get out of his truck, kicked the animal and then drove away. You may have seen a disturbing video of a vehicle running […]

  • Family unhappy after Walmart graduation cake turns out to be Styrofoam

    PASADENA, Texas — A high school graduate was ready to celebrate her big day with cake — until she realized the cake was Stryofoam, KPRC reports. Marsy Flores said she wanted to give her daughter a great graduation day but her hopes to have a cake to celebrate the occasion quickly crumbled. “They can’t replace the moment that we lost,” she told KPRC. “It’s a special moment, and this is what we got for it, a Styrofoam cake. Not only […]

  • Karla Zosayas, 5, of Corona is seen in photos provided by family members on June 1, 2019.

    ‘Obviously heartless’: 5-year-old’s skull, collarbone fractured when glass bottle is thrown from SUV

    CORONA, Calif. – Investigators are searching for a person who threw a glass bottle from an SUV in Corona on Friday afternoon, striking a 5-year-old girl in the head and fracturing her skull and collarbone. The seemingly random attack took place shortly before 2:40 p.m. along Lincoln Avenue, just south of Bayfield Drive, Corona Police Department officials said. Karla Zosoyas was walking home from school with her brother and sister on a sidewalk when an SUV passed by heading south, […]

  • ‘I need to check on some other people.’ Shooting victim helped 7 coworkers hide, then went to look for more

    VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. – Christi Dewar believes she might not be here had it not been for the actions of coworker Ryan Keith Cox. Cox, who went by Keith, was one of the 12 victims in Friday’s shooting at the Municipal Center. Before he was killed, he helped guide seven people to safety. “I credit Keith to the fact that I’m still here that I can still hug my son and hug my baby granddaughter,” Dewar told WTKR in an […]

  • Michigan State Trooper saves toddler as dump truck barrels by

    Police dashcam video captured a harrowing scene Friday—but this one had a happy ending. “Sgt. Richards from the Alpena Post was on patrol Friday when this happened,” the Michigan State Police tweeted along with video of the incident. “A 2-year-old girl was nearly struck by a passing dump-truck.” The sergeant saw the toddler wander out into the road, rushed over, and grabbed her just as the truck, which locked its brakes in its attempt to stop, barreled by. She was returned to […]

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    Dazed, wanted man found in car trunk at auto auction

    A Dodge Challenger Hellcat that arrived at a Pennsylvania auto auction Thursday came with an unwanted extra—a dazed felon from the Bronx. The man was found in the trunk of the vehicle by a worker at Manheim Auto Auction, around 90 miles west of Philadelphia, CBS Philadelphia reports. “I opened the trunk to take a trunk picture, and there was a guy in there,” employee Darren Leeds tells LancasterOnline. He says he ran to get the man water because “he wasn’t moving a […]

  • 11-foot alligator invades Florida home, gets into owner’s wine

    CLEARWATER, Fla. — Only in Florida. An 11-foot alligator invaded a home in Clearwater, Florida, by smashing its way through a low window on Friday morning, police said. Police and a trapper safely captured the intruder. No injuries were reported. The homeowner told FOX13 that she woke up to noises in her kitchen about 3 a.m. She said the kitchen table was destroyed and that it appeared the gator got into some wine. There was damage to the walls, she said. See you […]

  • ‘I don’t deserve this:’ 7-year-old boy shot while sleeping in car forced to have leg amputated

    MILWAUKEE – A 7-year-old child shot while sleeping in a car in Milwaukee needed most of his left leg amputated. After several surgeries, Kamirion Smith’s mom says he’s shown strength and courage in face of tragedy. “My son, he didn’t deserve it. He’s a strong one,” Delilah Tate, Smith’s mother, told WITI. Cellphone video captured a milestone mother Smith’s mother wasn’t sure she’d ever witness. “Seeing him in the beginning and seeing him now is a traumatic change,” said Tate. […]

  • Dashcam video captures ‘wild’ school bus crash

    CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, Va. – A Chesterfield School bus driver was charged after dashcam showed her swerving through an intersection and crashing into multiple vehicles. Chesterfield Police said the crash happened just before 1:45 p.m. Tuesday at the intersection of Iron Bridge Road and Deerfield Road. “A school bus, which did not have any students on it, was traveling east on Iron Bridge Road approaching the intersection with Deerfield Drive. The traffic light turned red, and the vehicle in front of […]

  • High school student makes video claiming principal’s graduation speech plagiarized Ashton Kutcher

    PARKERSBURG, West Virginia – Graduation speeches are supposed to leave students full of hope and awe for the future. But this speech left one student questioning if it was plagiarized from Ashton Kutcher. Abby Smith, a graduating student at Parkersburg High School in West Virginia, edited together a video of the speech given by the school’s principal, Ken DeMoss, last week, with the speech Kutcher gave at the 2013 Kid’s Choice Awards. The similarities are uncanny. DeMoss opens by telling […]

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