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    Police: Drunk father crashes car, leaves injured children behind

    MADERA, Calif. (KSEE) – Officers are searching for man who is accused of driving drunk and leaving his injured children at the scene of an accident. Authorities are searching for 31-year-old Rafael Cortez, for allegedly driving under the influence, crashing and rolling his car, fleeing the scene and leaving his four children behind. The children, […]

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    Union preparing to fight for A-Rod’s $6 million home run bonus

    NEW YORK — Multimillionaire Alex Rodriguez doesn’t seem too put off that the Yankees aren’t paying him a promised $6 million bonus for catching Willie Mays in home runs. But his union is. The Major League Baseball Players Association is preparing to file a grievance against the Yankees on A-Rod’s behalf, even though Rodriguez hasn’t […]

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    The death of Freddie Gray: Baltimore protests grow

    The emotions are raw and protests are growing in Baltimore, where a community wants answers in the death of Freddie Gray. As protesters chanted “No justice, no peace!” Tuesday evening, Gray’s distraught mother, Gloria Darden, collapsed in tears at the spot where her son was arrested this month. She was whisked away. Gray, a 25-year-old […]

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    U.S. Supreme Court limits police drug-sniffing dogs’ roles in traffic stops

    WASHINGTON –  Following a ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court, it seems fewer people may encounter drug-sniffing dogs during traffic stops. On Tuesday, the Supreme Court ruled that police cannot turn a traffic stop into a lengthy search for drugs. In the past, it seems it has been a common practice for officers to stop a […]

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    New information on death of Freddie Gray

    (CNN) — Freddie Gray was arrested Baltimore police on the morning of April 12 without incident, according to police. Less than an hour after he was detained, officers transporting him called for a medic. He subsequently slipped into a coma, dying a week after his initial arrest. So what happened? The events surrounding Gray’s encounter […]

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    Freddie Gray death: Questions many, answers few, emotions high in Baltimore

    (CNN) – Freddie Gray, the Baltimore man who died after his lawyer says his neck was partially severed and he lapsed into a coma while in police custody, was arrested “without force or incident” on a weapon charge, according to documents obtained Monday. While the court documents allege that Baltimore Police Department Officer Garrett Miller […]

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    Bouncer set on fire during scuffle with bar patron

    PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. — A bar bouncer is recovering in a Miami burn unit after a patron threw what appeared to be a cup of gasoline on him, then set him on fire during a scuffle Sunday night, police say. Police say the man who committed the crime, 45-year-old Ivan Louis Rodriguez, was kicked […]

  • Metro school helping kids get motivated, energized for standardized tests

    OKLAHOMA CITY– Love them or hate them, standardized tests in Oklahoma schools are used to measure how students and schools are making the grade. The pressure is on, but one school that is trying to energize and excite students about doing their best to pass the test. Westwood Elementary students got a loud and warm welcoming […]

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    Virgin Islands resort illness: Family slowly recovering

    A Delaware father is in stable condition and improving as his two boys remain in critical condition after they became sick — perhaps from pesticide exposure, federal officials say — during a trip to the U.S. Virgin Islands. Steve Esmond, his teenage sons and the teens’ mother fell ill more than two weeks ago in […]

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    Middle school basketball players defend cheerleader targeted by bullies

    KENOSHA, Wis. – Several middle school basketball players in Wisconsin took a stand against bullying in a unique way. Desiree Andrews is a cheerleader for the Lincoln Middle School basketball team In Kenosha, Wisconsin. She also has Down syndrome. According to WTMJ, during one basketball game, some people in the stands were bullying Desiree. “The […]

  • Beverly’s Pancake House closed after kitchen fire

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Their Facebook page says ‘always open,’ but Beverly’s Pancake House had to lock their doors on Wednesday. “We had a fire in the kitchen. It just blew up from there,” Michael Rodriguez, general manager of Beverly’s Pancake House, said. Fire crews arrived on scene around 8 a.m. to find flames and smoke […]