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  • Here’s everything coming and going on Netflix in May

    Netflix announced on Wednesday several titles that will be added to the streaming service in May, including season 1 of Charmed and season 4 of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow. Several titles will also be leaving the service in May. Here’s the full list: Avail. 5/1/19 Knock Down The House — NETFLIX FILM This rousing documentary follows four extraordinary women—Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Amy Vilela, Cori Bush, and Paula Jean Swearengin—who take on the congressional establishment by mounting grassroots campaigns and building a […]

  • Missouri residents file lawsuit calling for removal of billboards from historic African American cemetery

    ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. – A lawsuit has been filed by the descendants of two African-American women buried at a historic cemetery in north St. Louis County against the media company that erected three billboard columns among the graves. Wanda Brandon’s lawsuit calls the presence of the billboards in Washington Park Cemetery “offensive and disrespectful” to the many people buried there and their surviving families. Brandon said she is disgusted by what has happened to the nearly 100-year-old cemetery, once […]

  • “I believe in paying it forward,” Colorado police sergeant helps homeless family in need

    WHEAT RIDGE, Colo. – Eric Downey and his wife Heather Ashburn might look like any other family to an outsider, but the stressful reality they face is always looming over their heads. A hotel just a few hundred yards away from the park where their children play is the family’s temporary home. “It’s just so embarrassing. We’ve lost three jobs in the last year due to homelessness,” Ashburn said. “Hotels are made for vacations and getaways, not for living in,” […]

  • Men steal North Carolina woman’s purse after helping her out of crashed car

    GREENSBORO, N.C. – A group of thieves took a woman’s purse from inside her car under the guise of helping her after she was involved in a car crash. Police said a group of men appeared to be helping the woman after she was involved in a crash with another driver at the intersection of Coliseum Boulevard and West Florida Street. They reportedly got her out of the vehicle, saying it was on fire and people needed to stand back. […]

  • Ohio man dies after wheelchair catches fire while smoking outside nursing home

    OAKWOOD VILLAGE, Ohio – Oakwood Village police are investigating after a man in a wheelchair caught on fire while smoking a cigarette and later died, according to WJW. “We got the call April 17, it was after lunchtime. It was for a wheelchair that was on fire,” said Detective Ed Thyret with the Oakwood Village Police Department. Thyret was first to the scene. “I arrived and noticed there was a wheelchair that was smoldering in front of the building with […]

  • At least 156 people in 10 states sickened by E. coli linked to ground beef, CDC says

    ATLANTA – Investigators believe ground beef may be to blame after 156 people in 10 states contracted E. coli since March 1, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Tuesday. The CDC is trying to trace the cases, which include people eating beef at home and in restaurants, to their source. No supplier, distributor or brand of beef has been identified. No deaths have been reported, but 20 people have been hospitalized for treatment. The majority of the cases […]

  • K-9’s face covered with 200 quills after encountering porcupine during search

    COOS BAY, Ore. – An Oregon sheriff’s K-9 is recovering after an encounter with a porcupine during a suspect search that left him with more than 200 quills covering his face, authorities said Monday. K-9 Odin was tracking a 29-year-old man being sought on felony warrants around 6 p.m. Saturday in the Barview area when he crossed paths with a porcupine, according to a news release from the Coos County Sheriff’s Office. Odin was struck with more than 200 quills, […]

  • Good Samaritan tackles man lighting brush fires along California road

    LOS ANGELES – A suspected arsonist accused of setting a series of fires in the Sepulveda Pass near the Getty Center has been taken into custody on Monday after a good Samaritan saw the man lighting the fires and tackled him. The suspect was arrested after Richard Lazenby took him down to the ground and held him there until officers arrived. Part of the confrontation was caught on camera. “I yell at him, like ‘What are you doing?'” Lazenby told […]

  • Kohl’s to accept Amazon returns in all stores

    All Kohl’s stores will begin accepting Amazon returns in July. Customers can bring their eligible Amazon items, without a box or label, to more than 1,000 Kohl’s locations. The service is free. The two companies paired up for the pilot program in 100 stores in 2017. “We are thrilled to bring Amazon Returns at Kohl’s to all of our stores across the country,” said Michelle Gass, Kohl’s chief executive officer, in a news release on Tuesday. “Amazon and Kohl’s have […]

  • “I’ve never owned a house,” Tennessee man who lives paycheck to paycheck hits $2 million lottery

    DYERSBURG, Tenn. — Timothy Seratt has lived paycheck to paycheck his whole life.  Born and raised in Dyersburg, the 32-year-old father of two has never flown on a plane or been north of Kentucky. But now, after winning the lottery, he’s a millionaire. Seratt won $2 million playing a Mega Millionaire Jumbo Bucks scratch-off this week, taking home $1.3 million after taxes. “It’s still crazy,” he told WREG. “Well, I mean I’ve never owned a house. So, I mean that’s the […]

  • Indiana man offers to sell car to save his dog’s life before community comes to the rescue

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – An Indiana community stepped up to help a man pay for an expensive surgery that saved his dog’s life. Veterinarians told local R&B singer Randy Etter that if his pooch, Gemini, didn’t have the surgery, the dog would die that day, according to WXIN. Etter says he was ready to sell his car to save his best friend. The car was online and offers were coming in, as he knew he didn’t have the money for the medical treatment. He […]

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