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  • Mom says suspect arrested for killing her son mourned with her at her home

    EMPORIA, Va. — Police shocked the mother of a man murdered on Valentine’s Day when they told her a 15-year-old boy, who she said mourned with her, had been arrested for the crime, according to WTVR. Police said 20-year-old Jaquan Crumpler was found shot to death in his bedroom around 9:30 p.m. Feb. 14. Officials said days of investigating and interviewing some of the same friends over and over developed enough probable cause for a search warrant. Emporia Police arrested […]

  • Giraffe dies in tragic accident at Kansas City Zoo

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The Kansas City Zoo announced Friday that, for the second time this week, a beloved animal has died. Hamisi, one of the zoo’s adult giraffes, died Wednesday morning due to a tragic accident, according to the zoo’s Facebook page. The giraffe sustained an acute spinal cord injury while in his behind-the-scenes bedroom. Zoo veterinarians performed a necropsy and determined Hamisi likely died instantly. “The entire zoo is heartbroken and grieving this loss,” a spokesperson for the […]

  • Photo surfaces of Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee in Confederate uniform in college

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee said he has regrets after a photo resurfaced from his college yearbook showing him dressed in a Confederate army uniform. The photo, from Lee’s time at Auburn University in Alabama, appeared in a 1980 yearbook on the Kappa Alpha Order page and shows Lee dressed in a Confederate uniform with another man in the same clothes and two women in clothing from the Civil War era. WREG sent the photo to Lee’s press […]

  • SWAT team went to mayor’s house with a warrant – and he opened fire at them

    PORT RICHEY, Fla. – The mayor of Port Richey, Florida, is “lucky he’s not dead” after firing two shots at a SWAT team at his house to serve a warrant, Pasco County Sheriff Chris Nocco told reporters Thursday. Dale Massad, who was elected mayor in 2015, was arrested by the officers from the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and accused of practicing medicine without a license. He now also faces two charges of attempted murder. Nocco said no one was […]

  • 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 […]

  • Michigan boy uses doorbell video to ask dad a cute (and important) TV question

    HASLETT, Mich. – A Ring home security system lets people keep an eye on their homes when they are away, but a young boy in Michigan decided he could use it to ask his father a very important question. Back in November, this boy was permitted to go home and watch the “kid’s channel” while his mother was out, but he didn’t know how to turn on the television. Cue this hilarious exchange between father and son through security equipment. […]

  • Man sells VCR on eBay, receives heartwarming letter from buyer

    ST. LOUIS — What seemed like an ordinary eBay transaction to one St. Louis man turned into a heartwarming interaction with the customer who was 86 and new to online shopping, according to KTVI. Matt Shoukry sold a VCR to a man in Phoenix for $40 and didn’t think much of it. “There is a need for VCRs out there because it’s something you can’t go to Best Buy or Walmart and get,” Shoukry said. Shoukry said he typically sells […]

  • Oklahoma City man loses over 140 pounds to win bet with friends

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A bet made during a night of drinking left one Oklahoma man down 140 pounds and up $2,000, according to KFOR. Tyler Segraves said it all started one night in September 2017. “My buddy and I are sitting out, hanging out drinking, having a good time, and he always gives me a hard time about my weight, and we jab back and forth at each other and he said ‘I bet you can’t lose 100 pounds in […]

  • Missouri parents grieve for sons murdered six months apart

    ST. LOUIS — A Missouri family is grieving the murders of their two teenage sons within the last six months. Angel Mays described her sons Kelvon Phillips and Kelvin Phillips Jr. as inseparable. “They did everything together – even in death they’ve still got each other,” she told KTVI. She and the boys’ father, Kelvin Phillips Sr., are devastated. Less than a year and a half ago, the brothers were in the backfield together playing quarterback and tailback on their high […]

  • Stepfather arrested, charged with first-degree murder in Arkansas toddler’s death

    VAN BUREN, Ark. — Police arrested a man Wednesday and charged him with first-degree murder in relation to the death of his stepdaughter, according to KFSM. Olivia Soto lived with her mother and her mother’s new husband, Jordan Shreeve. Shortly after Soto celebrated her second birthday last November, Shreeve called 911, hung up and called back, according to a police report. He reportedly told the dispatcher to send an ambulance to his home address and hung up. Investigators said Shreeve […]

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