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    Caught on camera: Student arrested after allegedly spitting, spraying cleaner in roommates’ food

    COLUMBIA, S.C. (WIS) – A student at the University of South Carolina is facing charges after she was allegedly recorded tampering with her roommates’ food. Authorities say 22-year-old Hayley King was arrested and charged with unlawful, malicious tampering with human drug product or food. In the weeks before her arrest, King’s roommates say they had “multiple altercations” with her and tried to get her to move out. However, she refused to leave. According to WIS, King’s roommates said they were […]

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    Utah supplies needy people with homes, homelessness drops 91 percent

    UTAH — After a decade-long initiative, homelessness in Utah has dropped to an unprecedented low. And the solution was surprisingly simple. “Living on the streets is not a place where you want to have your kids,” Susie Wright said. For six years, Wright didn’t have a home. She and her two sons shuttled between a homeless shelter, a van, and living with friends. Then the state of Utah gave her an offer she couldn’t afford to refuse, the same offer […]

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    Hillary Clinton will testify before Congress about Benghazi

    WASHINGTON – Former Secretary of State and presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has agreed to testify before Congress later this month. Clinton’s attorney sent a letter to the House committee investigating the attack on Americans in Benghazi, saying she would testify before Congress one time. Congressman Trey Gowdy had requested Clinton appear before the committee twice, but Clinton’s attorney said she “will stay as long as necessary to answer the committee’s questions, but will not prolong the committee’s efforts further by […]

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    Officials: Four cases of the plague reported in United States

    WASHINGTON – Health officials say they recently recorded four cases of the plague. Primary Pneumonic Plague is rare. In fact, there have been fewer than 100 cases reported in the United States in the past century. This small outbreak occurred in Colorado last summer starting with a sick pet dog who was euthanized. The dog’s owner and two people who worked at the veterinary clinic then became ill. Officials say a fourth person may have contracted the illness from the […]

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    Nurse charged with murder after toddler dies from being scalded by bath water

    QUEENS, N.Y. (WNBC) – A licensed nurse is facing a murder charge following the death of a developmentally disabled toddler. Despite being born prematurely, Naomi Mondesire was a happy little girl. Her grandmother, Gardite Mondesire, told NBC 4 that she required the care of a nurse. Just two days after hiring  54-year-old Oluyemisi Adebayo, Mondesire says she received a phone call that something had happened. Mondesire said Adebayo had told her that “she did something bad.” According to a criminal […]

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    Supreme Court to hear arguments regarding same-sex marriage

    WASHINGTON – Demonstrators are already lined up outside the U.S. Supreme Court as the justices hear arguments on whether states must allow same-sex marriage. The last time the court weighed in on same-sex marriage was two years ago. At that time, the justices struck down part of the federal law that denied benefits to gay couples. On Tuesday, the U.S. Supreme Court heard from couples who say their legal marriages in one state were not recognized in another. The court […]

  • “My heart almost dropped,” Children almost hit by speeding SUV at bus stop

    GRAHAM, Wash. (KING) – Police in Seattle are looking for a driver of an SUV that nearly hit children trying to get on board a school bus. Lisa Razo and Brandy Wheeler say their children were nearly hit as they went to get on the bus on Friday morning. “I looked up and the car passed by the kids and my heart almost dropped,” said Razo. Witnesses say the driver of an SUV drove through a ditch to pass the […]

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    State of emergency declared during riots in Baltimore

    BALTIMORE, Md. – A state of emergency has been declared in Baltimore after seven police officers were injured in violent riots in Baltimore. Up to 5,000 law enforcement officials will be requested from the mid-Atlantic region to help quell the violence. Hundreds of juveniles outside a mall are clashing with police in riot gear, throwing rocks, bricks and bottles at police. Twenty-seven arrests have been made, but 15 officers have been injured with broken bones and cuts, and one was unresponsive. A flier that […]

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    Newborn baby found dead outside of Ohio sorority house

    NEW CONCORD, Ohio – Ohio authorities are investigating after a newborn baby was found dead outside of a sorority house. The body was found in a plastic bag Wednesday night in front of the Delta Gamma Theta sorority house at Muskingum University. The infant was several hours old. The coroner’s office suspects the baby died of suffocation, according to WCMH. Authorities were able to identify the mother, and confirmed she is a student at the school. So far, no charges have been filed. […]

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    “I just want to live,” Veteran’s wife upset after hospital cancels tumor surgery

    TACOMA, Wash. (KING) – Patricia Zuniga fears cancer could be spreading inside her body after a surgery to remove a tumor was abruptly canceled. Zuniga’s health insurance fight has lasted more than three months. “Just not knowing, just feeling helpless and powerless is the worst part,” she told KING. “And being put off and being told to wait to wait and to wait.” Last December, a mammogram revealed she had a tumor in her breast. Doctors didn’t believe it was […]

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    Community outraged over proposed swinger’s club near Christian school

    MADISON, Tenn. (WSMV) – After the city council said a sex club could not be built near Goodpasture Christian School, critics thought the issue was over. However, developers may have found a loophole. For months, the vacant building next to Goodpasture Christian School has been the subject of controversy. Members of the community found out the new owners wanted to open it as a swinger’s club. Opponents were so outraged that council members passed a zoning amendment to stop the club […]