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  • Woman Destroys Her Gun In Wake Of Florida School Shooting

    NEW HAVEN, Conn. – A Connecticut woman says she destroyed her gun because she did not want to be associated with gun culture after the deadly shooting at Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida. Amanda Meyer told WTIC hunting is a right of passage for her. “It’s a birthright. You just do it from the time you’re born,” said Meyer. She uses a compound bow to hunt on her 77-acre property given Connecticut’s limitations. “Connecticut is really small and you […]

  • Video Captures The Moment Prisoner Slips Out Of Handcuffs, Escapes Ohio Police Department

    BROOKLYN, Ohio – Police are searching for James Hlvasa, who slipped out of handcuffs in the Brooklyn Police Department and evaded police Sunday, according to WJW. James Hlvasa slipped out of a wrist cuff that was attached to a bench inside the police station. He ran out a door and got away through a nearby field. As of Tuesday, Hlvasa was still not in custody. Anyone with information on his whereabouts should contact Brooklyn police.

  • Man Arrested After Girl Finds Child Pornography On Borrowed Apple Watch

    BETHANY, Okla. – An Oklahoma man was arrested after an 11-year-old girl made a distrubing discovery on the Apple Watch she borrowed from him, according to police. David Orozco was booked on charges of possessing child pornography, manufacturing child pornography, and lewd acts with a child. According to court documents, Orozco loaned his 11-year-old relative his Apple Watch. “An underage female, borrowed an iPhone watch from the suspect, not knowing there was child pornography on it,” Lt. Angelo Orefice with […]

  • Teacher Encourages Creativity By Letting Students Draw On Her White Dress

    OKLAHOMA – An elementary school teacher in Oklahoma, Haley Curfman, took “art class” to the next level. Usually, when dressed in all white, a room full of second graders equipped with paint and markers sounds like a nightmare. For Ms. Curfman, it sounded like a moment of opportunity to allow kids to express their creativity. The second grade teacher works with students at a school without art programs. So, for this project, she allowed students to draw or write something […]

  • Lucky Charms Is Retiring One Of Its Marshmallows To Add A Unicorn

    For the first time in 10 years, Lucky Charms cereal is introducing a new and permanent marshmallow — the magical unicorn. General Mills, the company that makes Lucky Charms, made the decision on the new replacement after polling social media for suggestions. The purple-blue mythical creature will replace the yellow hourglass marshmallow. The hourglass has been part of the cereal since 2008. There’s another report that Lucky Charms is launching a new variety called Frosted Flakes Lucky Charms.” One can only […]

  • Activists Visit Long Lines At ‘Black Panther’ Screenings To Increase Voter Registration

    NEW YORK CITY, N.Y. — Activists are using the Marvel super hero movie starring a nearly all black cast and set in the fictional East African nation of Wakanda as a chance to increase African American voter registration. Members of the Electoral Justice Project are targeting “Black Panther” fans with a campaign called #WakandatheVote, according to WPIX. “It’s a good opportunity to engage with more people of color,” Kristeena Alexander said while in line to see the movie. “And it’s […]

  • Convicted Killer Wrote Popular Book, Now State Wants To Collect

    A Michigan convict who won accolades for his book of short stories may be forced to give up all he earned from his book deal. Curtis Dawkins’ debut, The Graybar Hotel, was published in July by Scribner and details life behind bars in ways that have thrilled readers. Michigan’s Department of Treasury is less enthused, however, and has filed a court complaint that asks that 90 percent of the convicted killer’s reported $150,000 advance be given to the state as […]

  • Pennsylvania Church Plans To Bless Worshipers’ Assault Rifles

    DREHER TOWNSHIP, Pa. – Parents are expressing concern after a church announced it will hold a gun blessing ceremony next week and worshipers are encouraged to bring assault weapons with them. The ceremony will be just down the road from an elementary school. The ceremony in Wayne County was planned before the mass shooting at a high school in Florida last week, according to WNEP. Church leaders still plan to go ahead with it, which has some parents of elementary […]

  • Army Awards Medals To JROTC Students Killed In Florida Shooting

    The U.S. Army is awarding medals for heroism to three students killed in last week’s school shooting in Parkland, Florida. Alaina Petty, Peter Wang and Martin Duque, all students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, were also cadets in the school’s Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps program and will receive the Medal of Heroism for their actions in last Wednesday’s shooting. Petty’s family was presented with her medal at her funeral service Monday, and Wang’s family was due to receive […]

  • ‘Thought She Might Not Make It,’ 5th-Grader Saves Choking Friend

    HENRICO COUNTY, Va. – A fifth-grader in Virginia has been hailed a hero for jumping into action when he saw a classmate choking at lunch; she was starting to turn colors and gasping for breath. “I wasn’t really calm, my heart was racing I just knew I had to help her,” Benjamin Ford told WTVR. Though he was nervous, school officials said the fifth-grader had all the right moves. Benjamin said he knew what to do because he relied on […]

  • Video Captures Heartwarming Reunion Between Veteran, Stolen Service Dog

    AURORA, Colo. – A Colorado veteran and his beloved service dog are back together again after a man allegedly took the dog as it was tied up outside of a restaurant. “This dog is my life. He’s my soul,” Navy veteran Levi Roybal told KDVR. “I’m never letting him out of my sight now.” Just before 7 p.m. on Sunday, the dog was swiped from outside the Hibachi Grill on Mississippi and Sable. Roybal said he tethered Astro because he wanted the dog […]

  • Disney Princess Steps Up When No One Shows Up At 7-Year-Old’s Birthday Party

    ARVADA, Colo. – A Colorado girl’s dream princess party turned out to be anything but because no one from the first-grader’s class came out to celebrate. Leyana’s mother said she handed out birthday invitations at her daughter’s school a week before the party but was devastated when no one showed up to their apartment. Leyana had been dreaming about the day for months. She wore her white ruffle dress on Saturday and counted down the minutes until her classmates would […]