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  • Underage Michigan men arrested after drunken horse-and-buggy ride

    GLADWIN COUNTY, Mich. — Michigan deputies nabbed four underage suspected drunken drivers after they were spotted throwing beer cans from their horse-and-buggy, according to a Fox News report. The Gladwin County Sheriff’s Office said in a Facebook post that it received a complaint from a motorist around 4 p.m. Sunday that four men were riding on a buggy through Beaverton Township and they seemed to be intoxicated. The four men were tossing beer cans from the horse and buggy, the […]

  • Carjacker beaten to death by mob in Philadelphia after stealing car with 3 children inside

    A sudden outburst of mob justice Thursday night in Philadelphia ended with a carjacker dead and a 25-year-old man being questioned by police Friday after the thief’s attempt to snatch a running vehicle — with the man’s children inside — reportedly went awry. Officials said an unidentified 25-year-old woman was traveling with her three children Thursday when she stopped outside a pizza shop on 29th and Dauphin St. at about 9 p.m. to visit her boyfriend, who worked at the pizzeria, according to WCAU. When she went […]

  • Turn robocalls into cash

    The Telephone Consumer Protection Act makes it illegal for anyone using an autodialer or recorded message to contact you over the phone.  If you are getting robocalls consumer reporter Steve Noviello with Fox 4 News in Dallas says there is a way to turn those into cash. If you want to try to make money on robocalls, here’s a link.

  • Incredible video shows tornado touchdown in Wyoming

    LARAMIE, Wy. –  Incredible video out of Wyoming shows a tornado touch down near homes. It happened Wednesday evening in Laramie County. No one was hurt; however, the grinder destroyed buildings, power lines and fences in its path. The National Weather Service described the twister as “picturesque” and urged residents to stay inside for their own safety.

  • Tom Wolfe, ‘Bonfire of the Vanities’ author, dies at 87

    Tom Wolfe, the innovative journalist and author who wrote such best-selling masterpieces as “Bonfires of the Vanities,” “The Right Stuff” and “The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test,” has passed away. He was 87. Wolfe had been hospitalized with an infection, according to his agent Lynn Nesbit, who confirmed his passing. Breaking News: Tom Wolfe has died at 87. With books like "The Right Stuff," the innovative journalist's colorful prose captured the American experience. — The New York Times (@nytimes) May […]

  • Bill Cosby found guilty on all counts in sexual assault trial

    The jury has found Bill Cosby guilty on all counts in the sexual assault trial Thursday. After less than two days of deliberation, the jury reached a verdict at 1:30 p.m. ET and determined Cosby was guilty on three counts of felony aggravated indecent assault, Fox News reported.

  • Explosion kills at least 20 at Wisconsin oil refinery

    SUPERIOR, Wis. – An explosion at an oil refinery in Wisconsin has killed at least 20 people, fire officials told KQDS, Fox News reported. The explosion happened at Husky Energy oil refinery in Superior, Wisconsin, Thursday.

  • Southwest passenger killed as engine, window damage spurs emergency landing

    PHILADELPHIA – One person has died after an engine exploded in mid-air Tuesday, leading desperate passengers aboard the Southwest Airlines flight to try pulling her to safety amid a chaotic scene with “blood everywhere,” frightened witnesses told Fox News. The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) confirmed Tuesday afternoon that one person was killed in the incident. The passenger went to the hospital in critical condition after the plane made the emergency landing in Philadelphia. Fox News reported seven others had minor […]

  • 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 […]

  • Garrison Keillor

    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 […]

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