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  • Landon Durham

    Alabama teen accused of killing mother, twin brothers before going to school

    CNN — An Alabama teenager is accused of killing his mother and twin 13-year-old brothers. The victims — identified as Holli Christina Durham, age 36; Branson Durham, age 13; and Baron Durham, age 13 — were found dead of apparent stab wounds inside a house in Munford, Alabama, the Talladega County Sheriff’s Office said. The victims’ son and older brother, 16-year-old Landon Durham, faces a capital murder charge for all three killings, Talladega County District Attorney Steve Giddens told CNN […]

  • Sauntore Thomas

    Man says bank discriminated when it refused to cash discrimination settlement checks

    A man is suing a Michigan bank for racial discrimination after he says the staff refused to deposit settlement checks from another racial discrimination case and called police on him. “Something else was afoot here,” the man’s attorney, Deborah Gordon, told CNN affiliate WXYZ. “And in my opinion, there’s only one thing: banking while black” Sauntore Thomas, a 44-year-old African-American man, went to a TCF Bank branch Tuesday to open a savings account and deposit checks from the settlement in a […]

  • Naked man arrested after trying to board school bus with kids inside

    MAUMELLE, Ark. (KARK) — A naked man attempted to board a school bus occupied by children in Maumelle on Thursday, according to police. The Maumelle Police Department were called to the parking lot of America’s Best Value Inn. The man had crossed a nearby highway and tried to get into a school bus with two adults and six children inside, authorities say. The man was taken into custody by Maumelle Police then taken to a hospital for evaluation. Police say […]

  • Kansas City Chiefs helmet

    San Francisco columnist kicks off Super Bowl trash talk

    SAN FRANCISCO — A San Francisco columnist has taken the first swing at the metaphorical city-bashing pinata, writing a “beginner’s introduction to Kansas City” for 49er fans. The column, written by Scott Ostler of The San Francisco Chronicle, is titled, “The 49ers guide to Kansas City, the Soccer Capital of America.” Ostler wrote it as a partial comparison between Kansas City and The Golden City. He gives cheeky descriptions of Kansas City points of pride, like barbecue, fountains and the […]

  • Buffalo Wild Wings

    Buffalo Wild Wings to give away free food if Super Bowl goes into OT

      DALLAS, Texas (CNN) — Buffalo Wild Wings is making a side bet with football fans ahead of the biggest game of the year. The chicken wings restaurant chain is betting this year’s Super Bowl LIV pitting the Kansas City Chiefs against the San Francisco 49ers will not go into overtime. If it does, it says it will give free wings to everyone in the U.S. and Canada. According to B-Dubs, Las Vegas sports betters believe there’s a 10-percent chance […]

  • Chiefs fan Jack Stasi

    Chiefs fan’s Super Bowl memorabilia from 1970 now worth thousands

    LEE’S SUMMIT, Mo. (WDAF) – Half a century later, items from Super Bowl IV are becoming relevant again. As the Kansas City Chiefs make their way back to the big game this year, one man’s collection is now worth thousands of dollars. Lifelong Chiefs fan Jack Stasi saved tickets from the 1970 Super Bowl, where the Chiefs played the Minnesota Vikings at Tulane Stadium in New Orleans, along with the original program and Kansas City Championship signs. “I had a […]

  • Matted shih tzu

    Almost 9 pounds of matted hair removed from Shih Tzu

    VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (WTKR) – A Virginia animal shelter removed pounds of matted fur from a Shih Tzu that looked more like a mop than an actual animal. The newest resident at Hope for Life Rescue in Virginia Beach is Master Roshi, who is believed to be a 17-year-old Shih Tzu mix who was surrendered. Founder and Director of Hope for Life, Paulina Cushman, said a woman dropped off the dog in a box but refused to provide any information. Cushman said the […]

  • Perdita, the 'jerk' cat

    ‘She’s just a jerk’: ‘World’s Worst Cat’ up for adoption

    Sometimes honesty is the best policy. Especially when it comes to cats. The Mitchell County Animal Rescue in North Carolina posted an adoption ad on Facebook that introduced the world to Perdita, the “World’s Worst Cat.” “We thought she was sick,” the ad said. “Turns out she’s just a jerk.” The transparent tactic has helped get stubborn pets adopted in the past, Mitchell County Animal Rescue Executive Director Amber Lowery said. They hoped it would work for Perdita, too. “We […]

  • Patrick Mahones and Sophia Linenberger

    Patrick Mahomes supports Kansas teen’s cancer fight during AFC game

    HAYS, Kan. (KSNW) — Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes wore a “Sophia Strong” bracelet during the AFC Championship — honoring a Kansas teen’s cancer battle. Now, her family is hoping the bracelet makes an appearance in Super Bowl LIV. “It’s a once-in-a-lifetime thing,” said Sophia Linenberger. Sophia, 16, was diagnosed with Ewings Sarcoma, a type of bone cancer, in January of 2019. She spent the majority of her freshman year of high school in a Kansas City hospital. “I had chemotherapy treatment […]

  • San Francisco 49ers vs Kansas City Chiefs

    Super Bowl LIV for dummies: 49ers vs. Chiefs

    SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — Have you never watched a football game from start to finish but know you’re going to a Super Bowl party this year? Have you recently found yourself singing along, “bang bang, Niner gang” but can’t name three players on the team? No worries! You’ve come to the right place to find out all you need to know for Super Bowl LIV. The San Francisco 49ers will take on the Kansas City Chiefs on Feb. 2. It […]

  • Late husband leaves Christmas Day message of love for wife

    DENVER — A firefighter who recently passed away after battling cancer left a  gift of a lifetime to his wife and family. That gift was given to Chief Troy Jackson’s widow on Christmas Day. It brought her and her children to tears. It was made possible through an ethical will, which contains recordings and letters to loved ones. Troy and Lori Jackson’s story begins in the 1980s, when they were high school sweethearts. She swore he looked like Superman. That young man […]

  • Chiefs fan scores free Super Bowl tickets for being designated driver

    GRAIN VALLEY, Mo. — A UPS driver from Grain Valley is going to the Super Bowl in Miami. But he didn’t buy the tickets. He earned them. “I kinda just stopped for a second and your heart starts racing,” Kameron Rees said. “All the thoughts go, ‘Is it really real? Or am I getting played?'” Rees received a text message that told him he won tickets to Super Bowl LIV next Sunday. He said two other people got the same message […]

  • Couple’s surprise baby shower proposal goes viral, captures hearts

    RICHMOND, Va. – A Richmond couple’s surprise proposal during a baby shower has gone viral, capturing hearts across the country. KaNeysha Greene and Kiron Peet are eight months pregnant with a baby girl named Korrine, who is due March 7. The couple was having what Greene thought was a baby shower at a downtown bistro on Jan. 18. However, her boyfriend had other plans: a surprise proposal in front of her family and friends. The viral video shared on Instagram […]

  • Ariz. mother accused of killing children

    Toddlers tried to stop mother from killing her 3 children: court documents

    An Arizona mother killed her three children, all under age 4, by smothering them, and one of the victims yelled and punched her to try and stop her, a court document shows. Rachel Henry, 22, was arrested on suspicion of killing her 7-month-old and 1-year-old daughters, along with her 3-year-old son. Earlier reports from police had listed the middle child’s age as 2. Authorities found all three children dead in their Phoenix home Monday evening after someone called 911 to […]

  • Emotional support dog

    Federal proposal would let airlines block emotional support animals from flying

    A federal proposal unveiled Wednesday would significantly limit the types of animals entitled to fly in aircraft cabins as emotional support animals. It’s a crackdown the industry has sought amid concerns some passengers are bringing their untrained pets aboard by fraudulently passing them as emotional support animals. The result, the industry and Transportation Department have said, is an increase in incidents such as bitings aboard planes. “The days of Noah’s Ark in the air are hopefully coming to an end,” […]

  • Mega Millions lottery tickets

    Winner of Mega Millions ticket sold in Ohio claims prize

    MENTOR, Ohio (WJW) — The winner of the $375 million Mega Millions jackpot in Ohio has claimed their prize. The ticket, which is the largest Ohio Lottery prize ever won, was sold at a Giant Eagle store in Mentor, a suburb of Cleveland. The prize was claimed by “The Great Hope Trust.” The winning numbers were 22, 30, 53, 5, 56 and 16. The store received a $100,000 bonus for selling the winning ticket, which has a cash value of $251.5 […]

  • Actress/singer Jennifer Lopez

    J.Lo’s ‘butt cleavage’ and other outlandish Super Bowl prop bets

    DALLAS, Texas — From the length of the national anthem to the winner of the ceremonial coin toss, there are plenty over-the-top Vegas prop bets for Super Bowl Sunday. But J.Lo’s butt cleavage? Welcome to 2020, folks. The folks at the Miami New Times scoured SportsBettingDime and Bovada to come up with a few of the strangest prop bets you can wager on in the big game. And fair warning: There are certainly some weird ones! Will Jennifer Lopez show butt cleavage […]

  • NFL great Jerry Rice

    ‘I’m fired up’: 49ers great Jerry Rice gears up for Super Bowl

    SAN JOSE, Calif. (KRON) — Jerry Rice, a San Francisco 49ers great, Hall of Famer and all-pro, is doing what he loves best these days. On Tuesday night, Rice talked Niners and working out — something he was seen doing quite a bit at the NFC Championship game. “It was loud up in that stadium and I think it’s going to be the same way in Miami. I’m fired up, I’m already fired up. I was fired up that night,” […]

  • Two diehard Chiefs fans getting married on Super Bowl Sunday

    BLUE SPRINGS, Mo. (WDAF) — The stage is set for one couple’s wedding, which happens to be on Super Bowl Sunday. “I’ve had a lot of people asking me if there’s a crash list,” Robert Walkowiak said laughing. Their wedding has been a year in the making. The Chiefs going to the Super Bowl on their big day is actually something this couple has hoped for since they set the date. “The invitation said, ‘dinner, dancing, Super Bowl party — […]

  • San Francisco 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan

    San Francisco 49ers get chance to tie Pittsburgh Steelers, New England Patriots

    SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) – The last time the San Francisco 49ers went to the Super Bowl was seven years ago, when they lost to the Baltimore Ravens, 34-31. A game that was stopped by a power outage for 10 minutes. With the loss against the Ravens, the 49ers came up one Super Bowl title short of tying for the most Super Bowl titles. The game on Feb. 2 gives San Francisco a chance to tie the record for the most […]

  • Teacher Rudy Liggins

    NFL surprises longtime teacher with free Super Bowl tickets

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. (WDAF) — A preschool teacher who’s on the verge of retiring has learned he’s going to the Super Bowl. For nearly 42 years, Rudy Liggins has selflessly poured his time and energy into his work at the Children’s Place in Brookside. “A lot of people say the kids are so lucky, but I’ve been lucky,” he said. “I’ve learned to be a better father, learned to be a better man because these kids, all they want is […]

  • Playscape for terminally ill Texas boy

    Texas family sued over playscape for terminally-ill son

    GEORGETOWN, Texas (KXAN) — A Georgetown family faces a lawsuit over a playscape they built on their property. Their next-door neighbors filed the suit, claiming the structure was not built with the proper approval. When 3-year-old Colton Costa learned he could pick which playscape his parents would buy, he went for the largest one — with the most slides. “We’re trying to live in the now because the future is very scary with this kind of diagnosis,” said Colton’s mother, […]

  • Delta CEO Ed Bastian and employees are pictured on October 29, 2019 in New York City. (Credit: Stephanie Keith/Getty Images)

    Delta gives its employees 2 months of extra pay

    Delta Air Lines had a very good year last year. Instead of just verbally thanking its employees for the company’s strong performance, it announced it would pay them $1.6 billion in profit-sharing bonuses. That means every eligible employee will receive a check next month for 16.6% of their annual salary, which is the equivalent of an additional two months’ pay. “Delta would be nothing without our 90,000 people. They deserve all the credit,” Delta CEO Ed Bastian said on LinkedIn. […]

  • Vincent Schilling

    Native American journalist takes issue with Kansas City Chiefs on Twitter

    Journalist Vincent Schilling is speaking out against the Kansas City Chiefs’ use of Native American mascots and imagery. On Twitter, Schilling, a Native American writer, explains why he thinks the Chiefs “are not honoring Native people.” He also talks about how the Kansas City NFL team got its name and the impact of what he considers to be offensive stereotypes. Schilling lamented, “I typed ‘Kansas City Chiefs’ into Twitter Gif’s and the offensive image of a man doing the Tomahawk […]

  • Assistant coach Katie Sowers of the San Francisco 49ers

    49ers’ Katie Sowers to become first woman to coach in Super Bowl

    SANTA CLARA (KRON) – History will be made in Miami when the San Francisco 49ers meet the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl LIV. Katie Sowers, an offensive assistant coach with the 49ers, will become the first woman and first openly-LGBTQ coach to head to the big game. Sowers has been in the NFL for four seasons serving as an offensive assistant coach. This is the second season she has been with the San Francisco 49ers, previously working with the […]

  • Turbo Joe uses kitty wheelchair

    Watch: ‘Turbo Joe’ gets moving on kitty wheelchair

    TIGARD, Ore. (KOIN) — A kitten in Tigard is getting around on two legs and a snazzy set of wheels thanks to a little help from his human friends. Now, he’s ready to find a permanent home. A good Samaritan found “Turbo Joe” last fall, noticing the kitten dragging himself by his front legs. It turned out that Joe had some sort of accident months earlier that paralyzed him from the waist down. He was taken to Meow Village, a […]

  • Pick-up stick at Topgolf

    ‘Unusual hole-in-one’: Truck gets stuck in hole while snowplowing at Topgolf

    INDEPENDENCE, Ohio (WJW) — Topgolf is the hottest new sporting attraction in Greater Cleveland, but an icy bogey supplied by the winter storm caused a two-hour delay in tee times at the Independence facility Monday morning. Topgolf customer Ryan Killeen of Medina told FOX 8 News that when he and a group of friends arrived at 9 a.m., they were told that Topgolf would not open until 11 a.m. because of “technical difficulties.” Killeen said it was then he noticed a pick-up […]

  • Dad, 4-year-old son shot in head in apparent accidental shooting

    BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — A 4-year-old boy is in critical condition after he and his father sustained gunshot wounds Sunday. According to the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office, deputies responded to a call on Jan. 19 in reference to a gunshot wound. Police said responding deputies found an adult male and a boy with gunshot wounds to the head when they arrived. A preliminary investigation by detectives found that a 36-year-old man with a concealed handgun on the small of his back […]

  • Dentist filmed riding hoverboard

    Dentist filmed extracting tooth while on hoverboard found guilty on 46 counts

    By Dakin Andone, CNN — A dentist in Anchorage, Alaska, has been convicted on dozens of charges after he was filmed extracting a patient’s tooth as he stood on a hoverboard, according to the Alaska Department of Law. Seth Lookhart was convicted on 46 felony and misdemeanor counts in Anchorage Superior Court on Friday by Judge Michael Wolverton, who called the evidence presented by the state during a five-week bench trial “overwhelming,” the Department of Law said in a news […]

  • Couple attending family event victimized twice in one night

    ST. LOUIS – A fun night at an event in downtown St. Louis took a turn for the worst when a family was victimized twice. The couple attended Monster Jam with their children, then returned to their truck to find a window busted out. “We saw glass, and that’s when we realized we got broken into,” said the victim who did not wish to be identified. Shattered glass left them with no window amid freezing temperatures. Several items were missing […]

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