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  • Van passenger impaled after tripod thrown from freeway overpass in California

    SACRAMENTO – A Caltrans tripod was stolen Thursday in Old Sacramento before it was thrown through the windshield of a van traveling on Interstate 5, injuring the people inside. The van was a shuttle for Military Families Support Group. “I was picking a veteran up from the Sacramento Airport heading to Mather to pick up another veteran. That’s what we do” driver Tim Page said. The California Highway Patrol says around 10:30 a.m., someone stole a Caltrans survey team’s tripod […]

  • Columbine survivor Austin Eubanks found dead at 37

    STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, Colo. – Austin Eubanks, a survivor of the 1999 Columbine shooting, has died. He was 37. Routt County Coroner Robert Ryg said Saturday that Eubanks died overnight at his home in Steamboat Springs. The death was reported early Saturday morning. Authorities have not yet provided further details regarding the circumstances of Eubanks’ death. An autopsy is scheduled to be performed Monday. Eubanks was one of 21 people injured in the massacre. The perpetrators shot both him and his […]

  • Arkansas woman sentenced to prison after posing as deputy, springing boyfriend from jail

    FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — A Fayetteville woman was given 15 years in prison for posing as a California sheriff’s deputy in order to spring her boyfriend from jail. Maxine Feldstein, 30, pleaded guilty Monday in Washington County Circuit Court to forgery, third-degree escape and second-degree criminal impersonation. Judge Mark Lindsay sentenced her to 30 years in prison but suspended half of the sentence. Feldstein presented false paperwork to the Washington County Detention Center in July 2018, which fooled the jailers into releasing her […]

  • Ford Mustang stolen 25 years ago found in Missouri barn

    OVERLAND PARK, Kan. — A decades-long mystery has been solved after a Ford Mustang was stolen in 1993. Missouri State Highway Patrol troopers found the sports car Friday inside of a barn in Missouri, according to a tweet from Overland Park Police Chief Frank Donchez. The white ’91 Ford Mustang was reported stolen on Oct. 7, 1993 in Overland Park, Kansas. The owner is a man named “John R.” according to the original police report. He listed the value of […]

  • Former Oklahoma teacher charged with rape, sexual battery of multiple students

    POCOLA, Okla. — A former Oklahoma high school teacher faces multiple charges after she allegedly had sex with three different students. An Oklahoma grand jury indicted Janet Kaye Barnes for rape and sexual battery on Friday. Barnes, 44, is accused of having sex with multiple minors between 2014 and 2016, according to an indictment from the Supreme Court of Oklahoma. Barnes allegedly had sex with two separate minors between January 2014 and November 2016 while she worked at Pocola High School. […]

  • 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 […]

  • Virginia State Trooper pipes tributes to fallen comrades

    COLONIAL HEIGHTS, Va. – For the last 25 years, First Sgt. Mike McCann has been patrolling the highways and byways of the commonwealth as a member of the Virginia State Police. But when he’s not wearing his trooper uniform, you might find him wearing a kilt. McCann plays the bagpipes. In fact, he’s basically the official state piper. “I didn’t think it would take on the life that it has taken on,” McCann told WTVR. It can be a lot […]

  • 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 […]

  • Tennessee woman struggling to protect her daughters from sex trafficking

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. — A Memphis mother is trying to protect her teenage daughters after she says they’ve become trapped in the cycle of sex trafficking. “MPD has taken these guys into custody. They have caught them with my daughters. They are 13, 14 and 15.” The mother asked not to be identified; she said her daughters have been pulled toward a downward spiral. “They’re luring them by buying them clothes, shoes, giving them money.” She said each time her girls […]

  • Virginia students write play to educate adults on how school shootings affect them

    NORFOLK, Va. – It’s lights, camera, action at the University Theater at Old Dominion University. But when it’s time to cut, reality sets in for students off the stage. They attend the Governor’s School for the Arts in Norfolk. Steve Earle is the chair of the theater and film department. “This year was the 20th anniversary of the Columbine shooting, so that’s when I thought we should do a show in honor of the students who have lost their lives in school […]

  • Homeless man who saved lives after highway wreck given thousands of dollars, scooter

    DENVER – A homeless man credited with saving lives during a massive crash on Interstate 70 in Lakewood, Colorado last month received thousands of dollars worth of gift cards and a scooter. Darin Barton was panhandling at the Denver West exit on April 25 when a semi-trailer slammed into more than two dozen vehicles, killing four people. Barton rushed to help rescue drivers. Since the crash, KDVR and KWGN viewers have donated thousands of dollars worth of gift cards to […]

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