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  • Pennsylvania man jailed for kissing, menacing coworker on his second day on the job

    DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa. — A Dauphin County man accused of giving a co-worker an unwanted kiss on his second day on the job earlier this year will serve time in state prison after being convicted of indecent assault and other offenses Thursday in Dauphin County Court. Carl Gamby will serve a sentence of 11.5 to 23 months in prison, according to the Dauphin County District Attorney’s Office. He was also found guilty of indecent exposure and possession of drug paraphernalia […]

  • Man allegedly raped 11-year-old Washington girl he met on Snapchat, prosecutors say

    SEATAC, Wash. — Police arrested a man accused of raping an 11-year-old after the girl’s mother came home from work to find the man hiding inside a bedroom. According to charging documents from the King County Prosecutor’s Office, the girl met the suspect, 18-year-old Jay Nova, on the social media app Snapchat. The two arranged to meet at the girl’s home in SeaTac. She let him into the home through their sliding glass door while her mom was at work […]

  • Young Ohio mom cleared of killing her newborn faces time on lesser charge

    LEBANON, Ohio — A jury in Ohio Thursday acquitted 20-year-old Brooke Skylar Richardson on three out of four counts in the 2017 death of her newborn child, WKRC reports. Richardson broke down in court as the judge read the verdict. She was found not guilty of the most serious charges: aggravated murder, involuntary manslaughter and child endangerment. The jury found Richardson guilty of abuse of a corpse. Prosecutors argued Richardson hid her pregnancy in 2017, gave birth alone in secret in her family’s home […]

  • NFL player Antonio Brown, accused of sexual assault, ruled eligible to play Sunday

    NEW YORK — Antonio Brown, the controversial NFL wide receiver accused of raping a former trainer, will be eligible to play Sunday, according to ESPN. ESPN’s Adam Schefter said Brown will not be placed on the “commissioner’s exempt list,” which would have prevented him from making his debut as a New England Patriot Sunday. At this point, NFL will not place Antonio Brown on commissioner exempt list, as there is no criminal investigation, making him eligible to play Sunday vs. Miami, […]

  • Day care workers arrested, accused of helping children bully 5-year-old girl, police say

    COLUMBUS, Ohio — Two child care workers are now behind bars for child endangerment involving a 5-year-old girl, WCMH reports. Police said video shows Emma Dietrich, 31, of Columbus, and Joshua Tennant, 27, of Columbus, sitting back and watching abuse at the Worthington Learning Center. The girl appeared to be scared in the video and kept her eyes closed, trying to curl up into the fetal position. The report also said Tennant is seen picking up the student who was being bullied […]

  • Marine tackles high school students during brawl

    STOCKTON, Calif. — A school fight in Stockton came to an unexpected end Wednesday. A video shows a Marine, who was on Edison High School’s campus to help with military recruitment, sprinting toward two students mid-brawl and tackling the pair to the ground. “I was upset. It was upsetting to see that someone would do that. I just think it was unnecessary force,” said Edison High School parent Mario Patiño. The incident is now at the center of a Stockton […]

  • Missouri woman loses wallet in Las Vegas; stranger mails it back to her days later

    ST. PETERS, Mo. – A St. Peters woman says her faith in humanity has been restored after a kind gesture all the way from Arizona via Las Vegas. “It was proof good humans exist and are out there,” Aimee Scott told KTVI. Scott received a package in the mail Wednesday that warmed her heart. It was her wallet, with her driver’s license and credit card still inside. She’d left the wallet in a cab during a trip to Las Vegas […]

  • Tennessee baby born on 9/11 at 9:11 weighing 9 lb. 11 oz.

    GERMANTOWN, Tenn. — As the entire nation remembered one of the most tragic and horrific days in history, 9/11, one Tennessee family celebrated a miracle. A little girl was born Wednesday on 9/11 at 9:11 p.m. and weighing 9 pounds, 11 ounces. Proud parents Cametrione and Justin Brown stood by baby Christina’s side just hours after she made history at Methodist LeBonheur Germantown, where nurses with decades of experience said they’ve never seen anything like it. Christina Brown hasn’t even […]

  • 87-year-old man shot with paintball gun in random attack may lose eyesight

    CHICAGO — An elderly man in Chicago may lose his eyesight after someone shot him with a paintball gun. Lee Ingram, a retired construction worker, said he was on his way to a friend’s house in Englewood  on Chicago’s southside Monday around 3 p.m. when he was attacked. He parked his car outside a corner store when someone opened fire with paint pellets. He was hit in the eye. “I couldn’t get out of the way and one of them […]

  • Bullet hits inches from sleeping child’s bed during deadly officer-involved shooting in Iowa

    BURLINGTON, Iowa — During a deadly officer-involved shooting, bullets flew everywhere, including into a home where a family,  and a nine-year-old girl, were fast asleep. Grandmother Linda Scott said she woke up to gunfire just before 1 a.m. Wednesday, September 11. That’s when officers and a suspect were exchanging gunfire near the intersection of Summer Street and Angular Street. In the exchange of gunfire, the suspect was fatally shot and was pronounced dead at a nearby hospital. A stray bullet […]

  • Teen’s memory ‘resets’ every 2 hours, thinks every day is June 11

    MONMOUTH, Illinois — An Illinois teenager wakes up every day believing it’s June 11 due to a traumatic head injury that causes her memory to “reset” every two hours, according to WQAD. Each morning Riley Horner wakes up confused. “I have a calendar on my door and I look and it’s September and I’m like ‘Woah’,” Riley said. Riley was accidentally kicked in the head by a student while “crowd surfing” during a dance at the FFA State Convention on […]

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