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  • Giraffe Dies In Tragic Accident At Kansas City Zoo

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The Kansas City Zoo announced Friday that, for the second time this week, a beloved animal has died. Hamisi, one of the zoo’s adult giraffes, died Wednesday morning due to a tragic accident, according to the zoo’s Facebook page. The giraffe sustained an acute spinal cord injury while in his behind-the-scenes bedroom. Zoo veterinarians performed a necropsy and determined Hamisi likely died instantly. “The entire zoo is heartbroken and grieving this loss,” a spokesperson for the […]

  • Oklahoma Man Accused Of Attacking 2 Priests, Stealing Crucifix From Catholic Church

    ENID, Okla. – An Oklahoma man is in custody after allegedly assaulting two priests inside a church and stealing a crucifix Thursday afternoon. The incident occurred in the St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church, causing the St. Joseph Catholic School next door to go into lockdown. Victor Munoz, 21, was taken into custody, police said. Officers had to use a Taser to apprehend him. Munoz was taken to a hospital for medical evaluation and had not yet been booked into jail […]

  • Tennessee Pastor Who Lost Sight In Gunfight Gains New View On Life

    MUNFORD, Tenn. — A Tennessee pastor who was hurt in a shootout with a suspected car burglar at his home says his faith is stronger than any pain he’s experienced. “What happened was literally a miracle, for him to not be killed,” his wife, Diana Frans, told WREG. “When I heard that first shot, I thought, you know what, it’s over. He’s gone.” Pastor Brett Frans was at his Covington Pike home with his wife the night of Jan. 14th […]

  • Photo Surfaces Of Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee In Confederate Uniform In College

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee said he has regrets after a photo resurfaced from his college yearbook showing him dressed in a Confederate army uniform. The photo, from Lee’s time at Auburn University in Alabama, appeared in a 1980 yearbook on the Kappa Alpha Order page and shows Lee dressed in a Confederate uniform with another man in the same clothes and two women in clothing from the Civil War era. WREG sent the photo to Lee’s press […]

  • The World’s Biggest Nutella Factory Has Temporarily Shut Down, But Don’t Panic

    Oh nuts! The maker of the chocolaty hazelnut spread known as Nutella shut down the world’s largest factory that produces it because of a quality issue. Production at the factory, in Villers-Ecalles, France, was halted Tuesday, after a “quality defect” was detected in semi-finished products. “This defect does not correspond to our quality standards, so we decided to temporarily suspend the activity of the factory,” Italian candy maker Ferrero said in a statement. “This measure, taken in the name of the […]

  • Woman Who Crashed School Bus And Was Revived Was A Bus Aide, May Have Had Medical Issue

    NEWARK, N.J. — The story of a woman arrested for driving a school bus full of special needs children while under the influence has new developments, including a question of whether she’d been using illegal drugs, or just had a reaction to a medical condition. Another major development is that the woman who was behind the wheel, 57-year-old Lisa Byrd, is a school bus aide, not a bus driver, according to WPIX. Nonetheless, “she drove the bus,” said the owner […]

  • World’s Largest Bee — As Big As A Human Thumb — Spotted For The First Time Since 1981

    The Wallace’s giant bee is as big as a human thumb. That might be frightening to most people, but scientists were delighted when a team of researchers recently found it in Indonesia. It’s the largest bee in the world, and scientists feared it might be extinct — until now. A group of researchers made a stunning “rediscovery” of the elusive critter and took the first photos and video of a living Wallace’s giant bee on January 25. The team — […]

  • Mother Killed, Father And 6 Children Sent To Hospital After Being Hit By Car

    HAVERSTRAW, N.Y. — Police took a man into custody after he allegedly ran over a family with his car, killing a 32-year-old mother and sending six children and another adult to a hospital, Haverstraw police report. The murder investigation began with an argument in a parking lot of a 7-Eleven in Haverstraw, New York. The father may have asked Jason Mendez, 35, of Washingtonville, New York, not to blow cigarette smoke near his children, WLNY reports. Mendez is accused of then mowing down the […]

  • Denver Family Collecting Cards For Sick Dog During His Final Days

    DENVER — A family in southeast Denver is asking the community to help lift their dog’s spirits during his final days. Army veteran Sean Nunez and his wife Ruthy consider their German Shepherd, Dylan, to be a member of the family, according to KDVR. According to the Nunez family, 14-year-old Dylan — who suffers from dementia — doesn’t have much time left to live and also provides a great amount of love and support. “I suffer from epilepsy — that’s a […]

  • Video Captures Woman Interrupting 1-Year-Old’s Birthday Shoot With Rant

    HOUSTON — A family in Houston is pressing charges against a woman who ordered them out of a local spot during their daughter’s first birthday photo shoot. They say the woman harassed them and even put her hands on one of them. Anya Allen will turn one next month and her parents wanted to capture the milestone. “It was something that was supposed to be very special for us, and I hate the fact that when I look at these […]

  • Dog Who Spent More Than Three Years In Shelter Returned After Being Adopted

    TWINSBURG, Ohio — The Humane Society of Summit County is sharing some unfortunate news about Geronimo the dog, who was adopted after spending 1,145 days at the shelter. The six-year-old, who was adopted over the weekend, has been returned to the shelter, according to WJW. The shelter made the announcement on their Facebook page, explaining that his new owner realized it wasn’t a good match. Prior to the adoption, Geronimo had been waiting 1,145 days for his forever home. The director […]

  • Michigan Boy Uses Doorbell Video To Ask Dad A Cute (And Important) TV Question

    HASLETT, Mich. – A Ring home security system lets people keep an eye on their homes when they are away, but a young boy in Michigan decided he could use it to ask his father a very important question. Back in November, this boy was permitted to go home and watch the “kid’s channel” while his mother was out, but he didn’t know how to turn on the television. Cue this hilarious exchange between father and son through security equipment. […]

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