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  • ‘A Symbol Of Acceptance’: Kellogg Joins Anti-Bullying Campaign With All Together Cereal

    Raisin Bran, Corn Flakes, Rice Krispies, Frosted Flakes, Froot Loops and Frosted Mini Wheats in the same box? The new concoction isn’t just a kid’s breakfast dream — it’s an anti-bullying campaign. Kellogg’s is partnering with the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) to release a cereal called “All Together,” mixing cereals and their mascots to support anti-bullying and LGBTQ advocacy work. “We all belong together,” the company said in a statement. “So for the first time in history, […]

  • Video Shows Suitcase With Body Inside Being Dropped In Dumpster

    PUEBLO, Colo. — A body was found inside a suitcase in a Pueblo, Colorado, dumpster, police said Thursday. According to the Pueblo Police Department, at about 9:23 a.m. Thursday, officers were dispatched to 3906 Ivywood Ln. on a report of a suspicious suitcase in a dumpster. “Officers were unable to look completely into the suitcase but determined that detectives would be called to assist in processing the contents of the suitcase,” PPD said. When detectives arrived, they found a female […]

  • Woman Who Livestreamed DUI Crash That Killed Her Sister Is Arrested After Police Chase

    STOCKTON, Calif. (KTXL/KTLA) – A Northern California woman who was convicted in a drunken, live-streamed crash that killed her sister in 2017 has been arrested again while out on parole. Obdulia Sanchez, of Stockton, was released on parole from the Merced County Jail just three weeks ago. “She (was) not supposed to drive,” her father Nicandro said. “She has (a driver’s license) but it’s suspended.” Stockton police officers say they tried to stop Sanchez for a traffic violation on Rosemarie […]

  • Voice Of Charlie Brown Speaks After Release From Prison

    SAN DIEGO — After serving most of a five-year sentence, Peter Robbins, the original voice of the beloved cartoon character Charlie Brown, is hoping for a comeback. “Well, I know I was certainly mentally ill, “Robbins told KSWB, “I wish I had gotten treatment earlier by professionals.” The now 63-year-old, who suffers from bipolar disorder, is a convicted two-strike felon for making criminal threats against several people, including San Diego County Sheriff William Gore. “I went on a manic phase where […]

  • Oklahoma Girl, 9, Mauled By Dogs That Escaped From Shelter

    WANETTE, Okla. (KFOR) — A 9-year-old Oklahoma girl is recovering after she was viciously attacked by three dogs that got loose on her street. Pottawatomie County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to a call Tuesday evening for a child who had been bitten by a dog. “Well, when (the deputy) gets out there, he realizes it’s much, much different than that,” said Sheriff Mike Booth. The 9-year-old was huddled in her mother’s arms, covered in a blanket when the deputy arrived. […]

  • Dramatic Video Shows Utah Trooper Rescuing Unconscious Man From Path Of Oncoming Train

    CENTERVILLE, Utah — With only seconds to go before a train barreled through, a Utah state trooper pulled an unconscious driver from his car after it got stuck on the tracks. Trooper Ruben Correa, who has been with the Utah Highway Patrol for two years, was responding to a routine traffic stop when he got a call from dispatch about a car on train tracks not far from him, according to Sgt. Nick Street, the spokesman for the Utah Highway Patrol. […]

  • New Virginia Women’s Monument Unveiled — With A Typo

    RICHMOND, Va. — After years of planning and work, a first of its kind monument celebrating women in Virginia was unveiled Monday — with a typo. The Virginia Women’s Monument includes seven bronze statues honoring prominent women in the state’s history, as well as a wall including 230 other names. It also includes a sundial around those statues and that’s what many people in the community are buzzing about. There are dozens of localities inscribed in the sundial, including Loudoun, […]

  • Man Found Alive A Week After Car Careened Into Wooded Area Near Missouri Highway

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. (WDAF) — A Missouri man has been found alive after vanishing nearly a week ago. Ryan Linneman, of Lee’s Summit, was taken to the hospital in critical condition after an off-road dirt biker found his car crashed in a wooded area Wednesday near Interstate 470 and Raytown Road. “He originally thought it was just an abandoned vehicle,” Sgt. Bill Mahoney with KCPD said. “When he got up on it, he saw someone inside it. He initially thought […]

  • ‘Appalling’ Homecoming Proposal Shocks Wisconsin Parents, Administrators

    LAKE GENEVA, Wis. – A disturbing photo of a Wisconsin high school student’s homecoming proposal is going viral. Circulating on social media from inside Badger High School in Lake Geneva, the controversial image shows a student asking a friend to last Saturday’s homecoming dance. “I was appalled and wanted to cry,” Karen Lake, a Badger High School parent, told WITI. The words written on the poster read, “If I was black, I’d be picking cotton. But I’m white, so I’m […]

  • Man With Own Name Tattooed On Neck Arrested For Falsely ID’ing Himself

    MATTOON, Ill. – The ink didn’t lie. Mattoon police arrested a 36-year-old Illinois man for giving officers a fake name, despite having his real name tattooed on his neck. Matthew C. Bushman, of Mansfield, had a warrant out for his arrest when officers booked him on Oct. 11 for obstructing justice. A police mugshot shows the “Matty B” tattoo across his throat. Police said they were investigating a forgery when Bushman gave them a false name and date of birth […]

  • Company Will Pay You $1,000 To Watch 30 Disney Movies In 30 Days

    You don’t have to rub a magic lamp or wish upon a star to have a dream come true. To create buzz around the launch of Disney+ on Nov. 12, Reviews.org wants to hire Disney fanatics to watch 30 Disney movies in 30 days. Perks include a $1,000 payday, a one-year subscription to Disney+ and a Disney-themed movie watching kit. “Do you sing along with your kiddos when they belt out “Let It Go”? (Or maybe when you’re alone in […]

  • Mom Diagnosed With Cancer Early In Her Pregnancy Gives Birth To Healthy Boy

    When Jade Devis was diagnosed with a rare form of breast cancer during the first trimester of her pregnancy, she was warned that a difficult and dangerous road was ahead. After surgery, chemotherapy and four months of worry, Devis, 36, gave birth in July to her “miracle child,” Bradley. And Devis herself has responded very well to treatment for her aggressive cancer. “Devis finishes her final round of infusion therapy at the end of November, but she’s grateful to have […]

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