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  • Suspect leads police on multi-county high speed chase

    VERNAL, Utah – A 25-year-old man led police on a high speed chase that reached speeds of over 100 mph and crossed at least two Utah counties. Around 10:30 Friday morning, Uinta County dispatch received a request from the Summit County Sheriff’s Office to help find a man who had been speeding on I-80 in a gray Chrysler 300. Uinta County Sheriff, Doug Matthews, located the vehicle on County Road 151 near Barker Ranch. Again, the suspect sped off, reaching […]

  • Watch: Officers save choking tiny puppy

    NORTH READING, Mass. – Officers and firefighters used chest compressions and a special oxygen mask to save little Bohdi. A resident ran into the police station with her husband saying their 9-week-old Saint Bernard, Bodhi, was choking on food. Several North Reading officers and firefighters came around the window and started performing back blows and chest compressions on the pup until the food finally came out. Firefighters gave the pup some oxygen to help it breathe. The puppy was eventually allowed to […]

  • North Carolina mom begins serving jail sentence for baptizing daughter

    NORTH CAROLINA – A North Carolina mom started serving a week-long jail sentence for having her daughter baptized, according to reports. The 2016 baptism at St. Peter’s Catholic Church when the girl was 2 years old defied a judge’s order in a custody battle between unmarried couple, Kendra Stocks and Paul Schaaf, who are no longer together. Stocks, 36, of Charlotte, was ordered to serve seven days in the county jail after a judge held her in criminal contempt. She […]

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    Garrison Keillor, former ‘A Prairie Home Companion’ host, fired for ‘improper behavior’ allegations

    Garrison Keillor, the former host of “A Prairie Home Companion,” said on Wednesday he’s been fired by Minnesota Public Radio over allegations of improper behavior, according to Fox News. Minnesota Public Radio announced Keillor’s termination in a statement Wednesday afternoon. The statement read, in part, “Minnesota Public Radio (MPR) is terminating its contracts with Garrison Keillor and his private media companies after recently learning of allegations of his inappropriate behavior with an individual who worked with him.” He didn’t give details of […]

  • Lawsuits claim diet sodas lead to weight gain, not loss

    Three soda makers are facing lawsuits claiming their diet drinks led to weight gain. Six soft drink lovers, all of whom say they have struggled with obesity, claim diet beverages made them pack on pounds, rather than shed weight. Lawsuits have been filed against beverage giants Coca-Cola, Pepsi Co. and the Dr. Pepper Snapple group. The companies’ diet drinks contain the sugar substitute aspartame which the suit claims leads to weight gain. The lawsuits states marketing the brand’s healthier options […]

  • Who is Ben Shapiro and why is he so controversial?

    SALT LAKE CITY – The University of Utah is alerting students about increased police presence, relocated classes and barriers around certain buildings in preparation of Ben Shapiro’s speech Wednesday evening . So who is Shapiro and why is he so controversial? Who is Ben Shapiro? Shapiro, 33, is a conservative political commentator and editor-in-chief of the right-leaning news site The Daily Wire, according to Fox News. He is a graduate of the University of California, Los Angeles, and Harvard Law […]

  • 12-year-old girl helps deliver her baby brother

    JACKSON, Miss. – It was quite the learning experience for a 12-year-old girl who helped deliver her newborn brother. Dede Carraway was getting ready to give birth to her third child in Jackson, Miss., Tuesday, when her doctor, Walter Wolfe, noticed the mom’s oldest child, 12-year-old daughter Jacee, eagerly watching the process in the delivery room, right next to her mother. So he asked if she wanted to help deliver her baby brother and she eagerly accepted the opportunity. The doctor […]

  • Surgeons sew up patient’s beloved stuffed animal

    WINNIPEG – A surgical team sprang into action to save the life of a beloved stuffed animal that belongs to a special needs patient, according to Fox News. The team at Winnipeg’s Concordia Hospital worked to stitch up holes in 23-year-old Dean Heber’s wolf stuffed animal, CBC reported. Heber’s mom, Michelle, told the CBC her son is non-verbal and has developmental delays, epilepsy and cerebral palsy. She said the toys provide him with comfort during his hospital stays. For the […]

  • UK terror threat level raised to ‘critical,’ another attack may be imminent

    British Prime Minister Theresa May announced Tuesday the country’s terror threat level has been raised to its highest level, “critical.” This comes in the wake of the deadly attack at a Manchester Ariana Grande concert, signifying that another attack may be imminent, according to Fox News. This is a developing story. Updates to come.

  • At least 3 killed after bus and train collide in Biloxi, Mississippi

    By Jamiel Lynch and Devon Sayers and Darran Simon CNN (CNN) — Four people were killed when a bus carrying senior citizens on a casino outing collided with a freight train Tuesday in Biloxi, Mississippi, officials said. Previous reports from Biloxi officials fluctuated between three and four deaths. The Texas-based charter bus, carrying 48 people, was heading north on Main Street when it got stuck trying to cross the train tracks, according to Cecilia Dobbs Walton, a city spokeswoman. The […]

  • NASA: Last man to walk on moon, Gene Cernan, has died

    The last man to walk on the moon, astronaut Gene Cernan, has died. He was 82. Fox News reported Cernan was the commander of Apollo 17 in December 1972, the last lunar mission and one of the final Apollo flights. When Cernan stepped out from lunar module “Challenger” he became the 11th person to walk on the moon. His lunar module pilot, Jack Schmitt, was the 12th. But as commander, Cernan was the last to re-enter the module, making him […]

  • Snowboarder survives avalanche in Whistler, records terrifying slide

    WHISTLER, Canada – Aussie snowboarder Tom Oye survived an avalanche in Whistler Jan. 11 and caught the terrifying event on camera. He escaped thanks to a combination of luck and an inflatable backpack after the slope he was traveling down suddenly collapsed beneath his feet. Oye posted the footage to Facebook showing how, in the space of a few seconds, parts of a Canadian hillside turned from an idyllic powdery slope into the scene of a terrifying avalanche. In the […]