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  • Two U.S. Sailors Found Dead Four Days Apart In Same Home

    SAVANNAH, Ga. – Investigators suspect drug overdoses killed two Navy submarine sailors whose bodies were found in the same Georgia house four days apart. Authorities are awaiting results of toxicology tests following the strange back-to-back deaths at an off-base home near Kings Bay Naval Submarine Base, said Cmdr. Sarah Self-Kyler, a spokeswoman for the Navy’s Submarine Forces Command. “It is our understanding from the initial reports that it is an apparent drug overdose for both sailors,” Self-Kyler said in an […]

  • Boy, 15, Charged After Teens Allegedly Giggled While Setting Oregon Wildfire

    OREGON – A 15-year-old boy faces charges after a wildfire tore through Oregon’s Hood River County. The fire, which destroyed 10,000 acres, started in early September. Liz FitzGerald, 48, said she was hiking when she passed a group of teens who were giggling after throwing fireworks into Eagle Creek Canyon, according to Willamette Week. “I passed the teenagers at that point,” FitzGerald told the paper. “It was a smaller group of maybe seven or nine. Just as I was passing […]

  • Father’s Dying Wish To Walk Daughters Down The Aisle Comes True

    MILLERSBURG, Ohio – As Willie Shelton fought terminal cancer, his wife says he always had the same wish. “The one constant was always, ‘I want to see my girls grow up, and I want to walk them down the aisle,'” Cheryl Shelton told WJW. With seven daughters, the family realized it was unlikely the U.S. Army veteran would be able to accomplish that, so they came up with a plan to make his dream a reality. The Sheltons have a […]

  • Mom Accused Of Selling Drugs To Students At Daughter’s Catholic High School

    SAN DIEGO – The mother of a student at Cathedral Catholic High School faces multiple charges related to selling drugs to students at several San Diego campuses, according to police and school authorities. Parents of CCHS students were notified by an email obtained by KSWB from the school Principal Kevin Calkins that the parent of a student had been arrested on drug charges: “Recently, the parent of a CCHS student was arrested and charged with the sale and possession of […]

  • A Bullied Whopper Jr.? Burger King Uses Social Experiment In Eye-Opening Campaign

    MIAMI – Scrawny. Short. Ugly. Fat. Weird. Those are some of the words heard by almost one third of children each year – that’s the number of school children worldwide who experience bullying, according to NoBully.org. Burger King is speaking up against bullying during National Bullying Prevention Month with an eye-opening campaign called “Bullying Junior.” The spot shows an experiment that took place in a Los Angeles-area Burger King restaurant. First, a high school junior is bullied by friends (all actors), […]

  • 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 […]

  • 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 that […]

  • Clerk Accused Of Shooting Man To Death Over $1 Bag Of Gas Station Candy

    ST. LOUIS – A 39-year-old St. Louis gas station clerk is charged with shooting and killing a person he thought had taken a bag of candy from his store. The shooting happened September 26 at a gas station in the 2800 block of N. Florissant Avenue, according to court documents. The victim, Christopher Simmons, was a customer at the gas station when he got into an argument with the store clerk, identified as Taleb Rebhi Ali Jawher. Jawher accused Simmons of […]

  • 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 […]

  • 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. […]

  • 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 […]

  • The 10 Highest Paying Industries In The U.S.

    Despite record low unemployment rates, American wage growth has remained fairly stagnant. Across all industries, real earnings have increased just 2.5% this year, only slightly outpacing inflation. This is not good news for the average American worker who has been coping with stagnant wages for nearly 40 years. However, employees in certain industries are faring far better than average. To figure out which industries are dishing out the largest paychecks, ConsumersAdvocate.org analyzed the latest BLS employment and wage report. It’s […]