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  • Dramatic Video Shows Police Officer Saving Choking Baby In Virginia Restaurant

    DANVILLE, Va. – A Danville police officer is being hailed as a hero after she saved a choking two-week-old baby in a dramatic rescue that was captured on video. Officer Melissa Carey was eating lunch at Nikki’s Family Restaurant on August 13 when a waitress frantically approached her table asking for help. The child had been asleep when the mother noticed the baby was in distress and had stopped breathing, according to WTVR. Carey immediately jumped into action and began […]

  • Cute Or Creepy? Mysterious Dolls Popping Up In Missouri County

    FESTUS, Mo. – Some think it is funny; others think it is just downright creepy. Dolls are popping up in Jefferson County, Missouri, and no one knows why. “They’re getting pretty good where they are putting these; putting them where they are going to be seen. This one was at a major intersection,” Festus Chief of Police Tim Lewis told KTVI. All the dolls look similar. They are very realistic. People living in the community said it is not only […]

  • Mom Celebrates First Day Of School With Solo Trip To Disney World

    LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — A Florida mother treated herself to a celebratory trip to Walt Disney World after dropping her children off for their first day back at school. Lisa DiNoto Glassner told WOFL she thought about just going home to take care of some laundry after dropping her boys off, “but I was like, you know what? I’m taking a moment and I’m going to take a walk in Magic Kingdom.” Glassner said her family has Disney passes […]

  • NFL Players Help Bail Out Undocumented Immigrant From ICE Custody

    An undocumented immigrant was released from ICE custody in Southern California after his bail was paid out by two NFL players and other organizations, Bakersfield television station KERO reported on Tuesday. Jose Bello, a 22-year-old who attended Bakersfield College, told the station the last three months — spent in an Immigrant and Customs Enforcement detention center — were miserable. “I could see my whole future going out the window,” he said. On Monday, Bello caught a break, according to his […]

  • Man Left Girlfriend’s Kids At Wrong Day Care After Insisting He Was Right, Workers Said

    ST. LOUIS — A man abandoned two toddlers at a St. Louis County day care Tuesday morning, police said. Investigators scrambled for hours to find the parents of a 4-year-old boy and his 2-year-old sister who were dropped off at the Kingdom Kare day care in the Castle Point area. The workers had never seen the children before Tuesday, but the kids appeared to be well cared for, the operators of the day care told KTVI. A man brought them inside, […]

  • Surfer In Hawaii Survives After Shark Bites A Chunk Out Of His Surfboard

    On Sunday evening, Max Keliikipi was driving home from work when he saw the waves at Makaha Beach on Oahu, Hawaii. The 16-year-old grabbed his surfboard and paddled out, as he’s done almost every day this summer. About 100 yards away from shore, he saw something sticking out of the water, but “blending in with the reef,” he told CNN. Keliikipi thought it was a turtle at first, but soon realized it was a shark. So he jumped up, sitting […]

  • 4-Year-Old Walks Out Of St. Louis School, Later Found Wandering A Half-Mile Away

    ST. LOUIS — A mother said her 4-year-old son went missing after he walked out of Dewey IS Elementary School in St. Louis. She said her son was later found by strangers a half-mile away from the school. LaTiffiany Carter told KTVI the school district has provided her with very little details and she doesn’t even know what door her son exited out of, what time he left, or how long he had been wandering the streets. Carter said she […]

  • Man Dies After Taco-Eating Contest At Minor League Baseball Game

    A man died Tuesday night after participating in a taco eating competition at a minor league baseball game. The competition took place last night at Chukchansi Park in Fresno, California, during a game between the Fresno Grizzlies and Memphis Redbirds. The man was identified as Dana Hutchings, 41, by the Fresno County Sheriff’s department. The team’s on-site medical staff and paramedics immediately attended to Hutchings after he collapsed, a spokesperson for the Fresno Grizzlies said in a statement. He died […]

  • Wisconsin Fugitive Lived In Hidden Bunker For More Than 3 Years

    RINGLE, Wis. — A Wisconsin fugitive is back in custody after a hunter stumbled across a bunker hidden in a wooded area in the township of Ringle, according to WSAW-TV. Jeremiah Button disappeared in 2016 just two weeks before trial on charges of child sex assault and child pornography. He was arrested last Friday. Thomas Nelson, of Wausau, first noticed the log-lined front door of the makeshift home several months ago, half-hidden behind brush and apparently carved into a hillside. […]

  • 12-Year-Old Boy Saves Toddler Locked In Hot Car; Toddler’s Mother Given $250 Ticket

    TULSA, Okla. — A toddler is safe after being locked in a hot car in Tulsa on Tuesday — all thanks to the quick actions of a 12-year-old boy. Ben Theriot and his mom, Nikki Fields, were about to shop for shoes when they heard a baby screaming and yelling. “My mom heard a baby crying,” Theriot said. Fields found the 2-year-old boy locked in the backseat of a vehicle. Tulsa police told KOKI Tuesday’s heat index was 116 degrees. “I […]

  • After His Wife And Only Relative Died In The El Paso Shooting, Antonio Basco Invited The Public To Her Funeral

    EL PASO, Texas — Nearly two weeks after the El Paso massacre, Antonio Basco pushed a Walmart cart full of red and pink roses, gallons of water and a wooden cross to a memorial honoring his wife and the 21 others who were killed. “I can’t stay away from here,” Basco, 61, told CNN. “All I know is that my wife never hurt someone.” Basco and his wife, Margie Reckard, 63, met 22 years ago and quickly became inseparable. She […]

  • Company Will Pay $1,000 To Binge-Watch 60 Episodes Of ‘Friends’

    SALT LAKE CITY – A Utah-based communications company is offering one lucky Friends fan $1,000 to watch 25 hours of the hit 1990s sitcom. The offer coincidences with the show’s 25th anniversary. “In honor of the 25th anniversary of Friends’ debut, one lucky candidate’s task will be to watch 25 hours’ worth of the show (roughly 60 episodes) before September 22, 2019. As you work your way through the show, you’ll also be required to live-tweet throughout your experience,” a […]

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