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  • Nurse comforts Pennsylvania 5-year-old waking up from surgery in touching photo

    WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. – When a 5-year-old Pennsylvania boy woke up from his tonsil surgery, all he wanted was to be snuggled and cared for. That’s when a nurse jumped in to help. The unexpected gesture was caught on camera and has been shared hundreds of times. Slade Thompson, of Clinton County, waited patiently for his new friend, nurse Annie Hager. Slade went last month to UPMC to get his tonsils out. It was his second surgery this year. “He’s been […]

  • Emergency crews respond to rollover crash near downtown Oklahoma City

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Emergency crews have responded to a rollover crash near downtown. The crash was reported around 11:30 a.m. Friday at I-40 and I-35. Traffic in the area was being diverted. Officials said a cement truck was involved. No other details, including any injuries, have been released at this time.

  • Indiana man who buried former employee in concrete grave gets 24-year sentence

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – A  judge has sentenced Jason Hancock to 24 years in prison for killing a former employee and burying him in a concrete grave. Detectives said Hancock confessed to shooting 41-year-old Michael Marks. He went into detail about he tried to cover up the crime, even knocking out all of Marks’ teeth and saying he wanted to make a necklace out of them. According to court documents, Hancock killed Marks because he took his things from a warehouse […]

  • Pennsylvania high school administrators suspended after senior prank runs afowl

    SUNBURY, Pa. – A high school principal, vice principal and senior advisor are all suspended from a district in Northumberland County because of a high school prank gone wrong. Seniors at Shikellamy High School unleashed a dozen chickens inside the school – and it didn’t turn out well. The senior prank has been a tradition at the school for nearly 40 years, but never before has a prank resulted in the suspension of three high school administrators. Flipped desks, toilet […]

  • Florida dad whose wife died giving birth says ‘living miracle’ baby will be taken off life support

    JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – A Florida newborn baby who was called a ‘living miracle’ after his mother died during childbirth will be taken off life support after several complications. People reports Matthew Jr. was born April 29 to Lauren Accurso and her husband, Dr. Matthew Accurso. A Facebook post shared by the family’s pastor said the baby suffered significant brain injury due to a prolonged period without oxygen during his birth. People reports his mom died while giving birth. She was 37 […]

  • Mom caught on video in California classroom threatening students she says bullied her daughter

    LAGUNA NIGUEL, Calif. – A mother is seen in a shocking video inside a California classroom threatening middle school students she accused of bullying her daughter on social media. The entire situation is now under investigation. “Don’t post nothing about her. None of that,” the mom is heard saying in the video. “Y’all think y’all bullies? I’m a big bully, okay?” The video was taken on Tuesday inside an eighth grade classroom at Niguel Hills Middle School in Laguna Niguel. […]

  • “So long, sucker!” Video shows lawyer shooing raccoon off boat, into water

    It’s a hard video for an animal lover to watch: an apparently scared raccoon skitters along the bow of a boat as a man shouts at him, threatening to push him into the water, until the animal finally slips off the edge. A subsequent video shows the raccoon trying to stay afloat in the water. Florida lawyer Thomas Cope posted the videos on Facebook, where they went viral — and led to outrage. Cope said the raccoon stowed away on […]

  • Gun owner charged after 8-year-old accidentally shoots mother during Tennessee college baseball game

    MILLINGTON, Tennessee – A woman is in critical condition after she was accidentally shot by her 8-year-old son at a college baseball game in Millington, Tennessee. According to the Millington Police Department, officers were called just after 6 p.m. Tuesday to the U.S.A Baseball Stadium for reports of shots fired. When officers arrived, they learned the woman’s young son had been playing in a vintage World War II jeep that was on display as part of a Veterans Appreciation Day […]

  • 7 Maryland kids rescued from hot car in after 4-year-old calls 911 from inside vehicle

    ST. CHARLES, Md. – Police rescued seven children from a hot car at a Maryland shopping center parking lot Friday after one of the kids called 911, according to the Charles County Sheriff’s Office. The 37-year-old driver of the car, who is the mother of two children and was babysitting the others, has been charged with confinement of children inside a motor vehicle. The sheriff’s office is not identifying her to protect the identities of the children. A Charles County […]

  • Body found in freezer at Florida warehouse identified as woman missing since 2013

    MARGATE, Fla. – The body of a woman who vanished over five years ago was found inside a freezer at a Florida scrap business last month, the Sun Sentinel reports. Business owner Lilian Argueta told the paper that she opened the discarded freezer and screamed after seeing what she thought at first was the body of a “witch or a mannequin.” The body belonged to Heather Anne Lacey, a 29-year-old mother of two who was last seen in November, 2013, according […]

  • Canadian man tears down, burns neighbor’s Nazi flag

    KELLIHER, Saskatchewan – A Canadian man decided to take matters into his own hands after he said authorities were not doing enough to rid his community of a hateful message, according to CTV Regina. Caleb Pelletier reportedly tore down and burned a Nazi flag that had been flying over a house in Kelliher after multiple people lodged complaints about it. He shared a video of the act on Facebook. Kelliher Mayor Darcy King reportedly spoke to the 34-year-old man who […]

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