Recent Articles
  • Woman turns herself in after robbing man suffering seizure inside Utah 7-Eleven

    SALT LAKE COUNTY, Utah – Police have arrested a woman who was caught on camera taking a credit card from a man as he was suffering a seizure inside a 7-Eleven. 28-year-old Alexandra Dewsnup was booked into the Salt Lake County Jail on charges of felony theft and unlawful possession of a credit card, according to a police press release. Police received numerous tips identifying Dewsnup, including from her relatives, according to a statement of probable cause. Police say Dewsnup […]

  • Iowa special education student scores memorable touchdown in football game

    ANKENY, Iowa  – Medical issues prevent Jack Downing, the team manager and junior special education student at Ankeny High School, from playing a sport he loves. “I have toe braces and I’ve had a couple surgeries and a shunt,” he told WHO. But heading into Ankeny’s final home football game of the season, Jack knew his number might get called. “If you are in a crummy mood, Jack will get you feeling good,” Ankeny High School football coach Rick Nelson said. “Thursday he […]

  • Utah man takes to the streets to find kidney donor for wife

    FARR WEST, Utah – A 74-year-old Utah man is walking for miles a day on a mission to add time to his wife’s life. He’s spreading his message by wearing a sandwich board, and it’s gaining the attention of drivers and thousands of others online. Wayne Winters started this journey just three days ago, walking busy streets near his home in Farr West, Utah to help his wife find a kidney. He said he is already overwhelmed by those who […]

  • Parents create awesome ‘Wheel of Fortune’ costume for son in wheelchair

    MELROSE PARK, Illinois – The Alfano family in Illinois has created some pretty awesome Halloween costumes for their 8-year-old son Anthony, who has cerebral palsy. This year, they have turned their son’s wheelchair into the popular game show, “Wheel of Fortune.” Deanna Alfano told Inside Edition the game show is one of Anthony’s favorites and they watch it every night. “He loves hearing the alphabet, but he has a love for most game shows,” she said. Alfano explained to Inside Edition […]

  • California restaurant ‘proudly’ serves Popeyes chicken as its own

    LONG BEACH, Calif. – One California restaurant took the slogan “Love that chicken from Popeyes” quite literally after a Yelp reviewer accused the establishment of using the popular Louisiana kitchen’s chicken in several of its dishes. Tyler H. called out Sweet Dixie Kitchen, a “southern inspired” restaurant in California, in a scathing Yelp review on Oct. 9. Here’s the review: “Before my friends and I got seated we saw them quickly bring in two large boxes of Popeyes to the kitchen. I wanted […]

  • 15-year-old girl fighting for her life after brother accidentally shoots her in face

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. – A teenage girl is in the hospital after her brother accidentally fired a gun, shooting her in the mouth, according to WREG. Police say around 1 a.m. Wednesday, a teen was playing with a gun outside of a home in Parkway Village when it went off. A bullet went through the house’s front door, hitting the teen’s 15-year-old sister in the mouth. She was taken to the hospital in critical condition. Her brother, whose age was not […]

  • Wanted man surrenders – with doughnuts – after police win his Facebook bet

    REDFORD TOWNSHIP, Michigan – After losing a bet with police on Facebook, a man kept his word and turned himself in. Matthew Zaydel, 21, was wanted by Redford Township police for multiple misdemeanor warrants. Zaydel, who went by the alias Champagne Torino on Facebook, responded to Redford Township police on a post earlier this month, saying he would turn himself in if their post reaches 1,000 shares. Along with turning himself in, Zaydel said he would bring in doughnuts and […]

  • Woman stunned by $185K DirecTV bill after signing up for promotion

    ORWELL, Ohio – Angela Mixon-Smith said she nearly had a heart attack when she opened her satellite television bill Monday. “I mean, my chest got heavy,” she said. “I had to get some water. I don’t drink. I was ready to drink.” The retired postal worker said her bill for DirecTV service showed a balance due of $184,530.67. “I know I don’t have that kind of money,” she said. “And, since April? There’s no way.” In April, Mixon-Smith said she […]

  • Transgender woman barred from Busch Gardens for ‘wearing a costume’

    WILLIAMSBURG, Va. — A transgender woman was denied access to Busch Gardens theme park in Williamsburg because a park security guard deemed her skirt a costume, according to WTVR. Bria Gibson’s girlfriend was born a male, but identifies as female. The couple went to the park on Saturday to enjoy the Halloween season’s Howl-o-Scream event. But their day took a turn as soon as they reached the park’s security gate. There, a security guard looked at her girlfriend, who was wearing […]

  • Woman learns dog is alive 5 months after she thought pet was put down

    HOWELL, N.J. — A New Jersey woman thought her family’s beloved dog was dead only to learn that the animal had been living with an employee of the veterinary office where she’d taken the dog to be euthanized five months earlier. Keri Levi brought her 15-year-old miniature pinscher to Briarwood Veterinary Hospital on May 17 to be euthanized “due to his declining health,” an official with the Howell Police Department told WPIX in a statement. But the dog was never […]

  • These are 25 of the happiest cities in the U.S., study says

    Regular dental checkups and vacation time may not seem related, but according to a survey measuring happiness in U.S. cities, they are both good indicators of overall well-being. A study compiled by National Geographic, author Dan Buettner and Gallup used 15 factors that also include quality of diet, financial security, and daily learning, among others. The findings are based on 250,000 interviews done across the country from 2014 to 2015 as part of the National Geographic Gallup Special/Blue Zones Index. […]

  • These are 25 of the happiest cities in the U.S., study says

    Regular dental checkups and vacation time may not seem related, but according to a survey measuring happiness in U.S. cities, they are both good indicators of overall well-being. A study compiled by National Geographic, author Dan Buettner and Gallup used 15 factors that also include quality of diet, financial security, and daily learning, among others. The findings are based on 250,000 interviews done across the country from 2014 to 2015 as part of the National Geographic Gallup Special/Blue Zones Index. […]