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  • Memphis man believes serial killer’s sketch shows his murdered mother

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. — A Memphis man believes his mother was one of dozens of women murdered by a serial killer decades ago after seeing a sketch on social media this week that bears a striking resemblance to her. Samuel Little has confessed to 90 murders, and drew sketches for investigators of some of his victims who have never been identified. After seeing one of those sketches, Anthony Jones says he believes the woman pictured is his mother, according to WREG. The last […]

  • Fired Netflix worker’s threat of being armed and ‘ready to take action’ prompts lockdown

    LOS ANGELES – A Netflix employee who had been recently fired called in a threat to a former coworker, saying he had a gun and was on the company’s Hollywood studio lot, prompting a lockdown affecting Netflix and KTLA on Thursday, according to lot security. The suspect, who was taken into custody, was never actually on the lot, according to  Los Angeles Police Department Officer Tony Im. No gun was found when the person was taken into custody, Im said. Netflix […]

  • Dog found tied to a pole and set on fire has died

    RICHMOND, Va. – Tommie – the dog found tied to a pole and set on fire Sunday in Richmond – has died. “He had just finished having his bandages changed and stopped breathing; his body simply gave out,” Richmond Animal Care and Control posted on Facebook on Friday morning. “Tommie was pain free and surrounded by people that loved him when he passed. Needless to say, we are all devastated and angry and sad and terribly disappointed.” The search continued […]

  • Human bones found at Colorado construction site may be 1,000 years old

    AURORA, Colo. – Human bones found at a Colorado construction site Wednesday could date back 1,000 years, according to Aurora Police Dept. officials. APD’s Major Crimes Homicide Unit, the Arapahoe County Coroner’s Office and the State of Colorado Archaeologist said the bones are “most likely over one hundred, if not one thousand years old.” Authorities believe the bones belonged to a man of Native American descent. A construction crew found the bones while excavating in the area of East Smoky […]

  • Three boys buy Valentine’s Day flowers for every girl, woman at middle school

    OLATHE, Kan. – Three Kansas middle school students made sure every girl and woman at their school received a special valentine on Thursday. According to KMBC, three boys – eighth-grader Tristan Valentine, seventh-grader Kyan Rice, and sixth-grader Lincoln Holmes – used their own money to purchase flowers for all 270 girls and 70 female staff members at their middle school.  They reportedly spent hundreds of dollars. The boys allegedly arrived to school early Thursday with buckets of carnations. They stood […]

  • Deadly ‘zombie’ deer disease could eventually spread to humans, experts warn

    ST. PAUL, Minn. – Experts are warning that a deadly disease affecting deer in 24 states and two Canadian provinces could spread to humans. Last week, experts from the University of Minnesota told lawmakers at the Minnesota State Capitol about the dangers of chronic wasting disease, according to the Twin Cities Pioneer Press. While there have not been cases of the disease reported in humans, Michael Osterholm, the director of the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy at the University […]

  • Chuck E. Cheese denies ‘conspiracy theory’ that it serves customers recycled pizza

    Chuck E. Cheese is denying a conspiracy theory that it recycles its pizza to customers. A viral video posted Monday claims the restaurant collects uneaten slices and puts them together as a new pizza. The video was posted by Shane Dawson, who has over 20 million YouTube subscribers. The video shows photos of pizzas with different sized slices. It has more than 17 million views so far. memories ❤️🍕 pic.twitter.com/1D10CCAUkZ — Shane Dawson (@shanedawson) February 12, 2019 The company released […]

  • Bear spotted hanging off dump truck on North Carolina highway

    BERTIE COUNTY, NC. – A bear was spotted hanging off a dump truck on a North Carolina highway Wednesday. The truck driver had no idea the bear was in the back of his truck as he headed to a landfill in Bertie County, according to WTKR. The bear had apparently been in the back of his truck since his last pick up in Dare County. Deputies told the dump truck driver to keep driving toward the landfill and let the […]

  • Missouri mom allegedly vanished with baby weeks ago, leaving husband and sons at church

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A Missouri mother and her baby gone have been gone for three weeks, and their family says they just want to know they are alright. Melanie Goodman, also known as Anna, and her 4-month-old daughter, Charlotte, were last seen on January 20. Kansas City police say there is no evidence of foul play and believe the Excelsior Springs mother may have left on her own. Her mother, Beth Alford, says she’s not mad if Anna decided […]

  • Dead Oklahoma mayor stays on ballot for runoff election

    EDMOND, Okla. –  The City of Edmond is making plans for a mayoral runoff in April, but one of the candidates is no longer living, according to KFOR. “The is the first time we have had a candidate move forward that was no longer living,” said Casey Moore, City of Edmond. “There’s a lot of folks out there that were really strong Charles Lamb supporters and they are having a hard time giving that up,” said Mike Cunningham, an Edmond […]

  • ‘Bring back our #ChildhoodDiseases’ Wife of White House official pushes false anti-vaccination claims

    The wife of White House communications chief Bill Shine said Wednesday that childhood diseases such as measles “keep you healthy & fight cancer.” In a series of tweets echoing anti-vaccination views she’s espoused publicly for years, Darla Shine lamented the fact her children had received the MMR vaccine, which guards against measles, mumps and rubella. She added that people of her generation – the Baby Boomers – were healthier now because they had measles as children. “I had the #Measles #Mumps […]

  • Body cam video shows arrest of judge suspected of drunk driving crash

    BRIMFIELD, Ohio- A judge in Ohio found herself on the wrong side of the law after being arrested for drinking and driving, according to WJW. The legal issues for Portage County Common Pleas Court Judge Rebecca “Becky” Doherty began Sunday night, when a Brimfield police officer responded to a 911 call about an SUV that drove into a ditch while getting onto I-76 during a snowstorm. On the officer’s body camera video, he is heard asking the driver, “Ma’am you’ve […]

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