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  • Kansas mail carrier, community help 65-year-old woman get air conditioner

    KANSAS CITY, Kan. — With the “feels like” temperatures in triple digits, it’s hard to find refuge from the heat. But one Kansas woman got the help she needs from an unlikely source: her mail carrier. “It makes me feel overwhelmed. I’m thankful, very thankful,” Lovie Weekly said. Weekly said her air conditioner broke years ago, and she never fixed it. Since that time, the 65-year-old woman who uses a wheelchair has been counting on her fans to keep her […]

  • Police: Man broke into Utah home, asked for sex, got naked on couch

    SALT LAKE CITY — A man broke into a stranger’s home in Rose Park and did multiple lewd acts Thursday morning, according to reports from police and the woman who lived there. Mauricio Navinick, 24, was arrested Thursday morning on suspicion of lewdness and burglary. Stacy, who asked to only be identified by her first name, said she woke up around 6 a.m. to her dog barking and growling angrily. She said she then went into her living room and […]

  • ‘I know my rights’: Indiana mother frustrated after being told not to breastfeed at water park

    KOKOMO, Ind. – A mother of four is frustrated after she says a local water park told her she couldn’t breastfeed her child in public. Kayla Britton and her kids recently visited Kokomo Beach Water Park. Britton said she was walking and breastfeeding her newborn when a lifeguard told her to stop. The guard suggested she should use the onsite breastfeeding room. “I just said, ‘Uh, no,’ and just kept on walking because I know my rights,” Britton said. Indiana […]

  • This Denver flight attendant still takes to the skies – 30 years after surviving a deadly crash

    GOLDEN, Colo. — Thirty years after they nearly died in a plane crash, a group of survivors gathered in Golden Friday night to remember those who didn’t make it out alive. Among them was a flight attendant who didn’t let the near-death experience force her out of the job she loves. The men and women were among the 185 people who walked away from the wreckage of United Flight 232. The crash killed 112 passengers. The anniversary gathering was held at […]

  • Colorado police officer donates liver lobe, panhandles to pay for recipient’s bills

    BROOMFIELD, Colo. — It’s not every day you see a police officer panhandling on a corner, but Officer Carolyn Becker is doing just that, hoping to raise $20,000 for a unique cause. Last August, Becker donated a portion of her liver to an 11-year-old Colorado boy whose liver was failing. The boy’s insurance paid for Becker’s portion of the surgery, but not his own. “I found out that his family owes $20,000 in out-of-pocket medical expenses. They had tried a […]

  • Denver rape victim furious after attacker receives 45 day sentence

    DENVER — A plea deal has left a Denver rape victim feeling victimized twice – first by her attacker, then by the judge. Denver District Court Judge John Madden sentenced Jared Bates to 45 days in jail last Friday after the 29-year old man agreed to plead guilty to attempted sexual assault. But since Bates had already served 47 days after his initial arrest, the judge released him for time served. “I want women to know his face, I want them […]

  • Heartbroken Missouri woman who hit, killed 9-year-old boy apologizes to family

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The woman behind the wheel of the fatal crash that killed a 9-year old boy shared her grief Friday. The woman, who’s name is Katrina, reached out to WDAF through her pastor to share her grief and story about the tragic incident. In an extremely emotional interview she said she wants the boy’s family to know she’s grieving with them and she did everything in her power to help. “I want to let the family know that […]

  • This California teen has mastered 107 musical instruments – and counting

    ELK GROVE, Calif. — For Neil Nayyar, sound is his thing. It has been for most of his life. When KTXL first visited him in November 2017, his mastery of 44 instruments had earned him the Assist Foundation’s world record for the youngest person with such a skill. Less than two years later, 13,-year-old Nayaar now has 107 sound machines in his repertoire. He’s mastered more instruments in 20 months than he had in his entire life when we first […]

  • Chicago family says their home has been raided by police three times – by mistake

    CHICAGO — A family said Chicago police have raided their South Side home several times – by mistake. Krystal Archie and her children said the raids have happened three times in four months. The family, their lawyer and Mayor Lori Lightfoot are all calling for reform. Officers are supposed to knock and announce who they are, but the family said that’s not what happened. They claimed the officers burst in, pointed guns at their heads and destroyed the furniture. They […]

  • Texas teen arrested for reportedly spitting into AriZona tea, putting bottle back on shelf

    ODESSA, Texas – A Texas teen in behind bars after police said he reportedly opened a bottle of AriZona tea, spat into it and put it back on a store shelf, according to KOSA. An affidavit states security footage caught the teen picking up the bottle, putting his mouth on it and putting it back. The teen reportedly told an asset protection manager he spit in the drink, saying he tried it but it was “gross.” The teen was charged […]

  • California couple arrested for reportedly strangling, killing newborn in hospital immediately after birth

    OXNARD, Calif. – An Oxnard couple was arrested Friday on suspicion of strangling and killing the woman’s newborn baby boy after she had just given birth to him at a hospital, officials said. Officers responded to a call about a suspicious injury at St. John’s Medical Center at about 7:53 a.m. and were told an infant was in serious condition and had “suspicious injuries,” the Oxnard Police Department said in a news release. During an investigation, detectives found the child’s mother, […]

  • ‘America: Love or leave it’: Sign outside Virginia church sparks support, criticism

    APPOMATTOX, Va. – “America: Love or leave it.” That’s the message on a sign outside a church in Virginia. Images of the sign spread on social media this week. You’ll find it outside Friendship Baptist Church in Appomattox, Virginia. Pastor E.W. Lucas, founder of the church, said the message was meant to be a commentary on politics, according to WSET. As you can imagine, he’s received a lot of feedback—both negative and positive. “Since we’ve had favorable comments on it, […]

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