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  • Rare albino deer accidentally shot by hunter

    PEPIN COUNTY, Wisc. — A rare albino deer was accidentally shot and killed over the weekend in Pepin County, according to WTMJ. The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources said the hunter saw a brown head and mistakenly shot at the deer. The hunter then quickly reported the incident to the DNR. A local conservation club now wants to use it as a learning tool for area hunters. The deer will be donated to the Mondovi Conservation Club where it will […]

  • Cancer survivor scales Mount Kilimanjaro with doctor who saved his life

    CHICAGO – Four years ago, a Chicago-area man was given a five percent chance of survival after he was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. This month, he returned from climbing Mount Kilimanjaro with the doctor who saved his life. Ken Brown believes he is alive today thanks to Dr. Malcom Bilimoria, who was with him through his first uphill battle against cancer, and his second climbing the tallest mountain in Africa. Brown said the expedition began when he asked Bilimoria a simple […]

  • Firefighter accused of leaving his dog locked in crate to die after eviction

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A dog found dead in a crate inside a bedroom closet has led to charges against a Missouri firefighter who police say left the pet behind when he was evicted from his apartment. Blayne Trevor Theunissen, a 25-year-old firefighter with the Kansas City Fire Department, is charged with animal neglect and animal abuse, a misdemeanor. According to the charging documents, animal control officers made the grisly find Sept. 17 when they were called out to The […]

  • Woman with ‘F— Trump’ sticker on truck arrested in Texas

    FORT BEND COUNTY, Texas – A woman whose profane truck sticker aimed at President Trump and his voters drew the attention of authorities, has been arrested on an outstanding warrant, according to the Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office. Authorities said they arrested Karen Fonseca after learning she was wanted for fraud in a case that dates back to August, according to KTRK. It wasn’t the fraud case that had law enforcement officials threatening to arrest her this week, however. A […]

  • Single mom says mushrooms are ‘growing through the tile’ of apartment floor

    BURLINGTON, N.C. – A North Carolina mother was stunned to see the aggressive fungus punching through the floor of her apartment. “I literally have mushrooms growing on my second floor,” Tawana Crawford told WGHP. “Out of the floor. No soil for them to grow on or anything, they’re just growing through the tile.” For the past several months, mushrooms and mold have been some of Crawford’s unwanted roommates in her four-bedroom, subsidized apartment in Burlington. Crawford says an unfinished maintenance […]

  • ‘Violent psychopath’ sought after escaping Hawaii hospital, boarding flight

    HONOLULU – Investigators are searching for a man officials have described as a “violent psychopath” after he escaped from a Hawaii hospital Sunday, according to KHNL. Maui police announced Tuesday that 59-year-old Randall Toshio Saito managed to escape Oahu’s Hawaii State Hospital and catch a flight to Maui. Multiple sources told KHNL that Saito managed to get on a Hawaiian Airlines flight to San Jose, California, landing around 7:30 p.m. that Sunday. Where he is now is not clear, but […]

  • Parents angry over ‘family quiz’ worksheet given to middle school students

    HOPEWELL, Va. – An online worksheet that was never meant for children has parents at one Virginia middle school furious after a teacher mistakenly passed it out to the class, according to WTVR. A teacher at Carter G. Woodson Middle School assigned the “Family Quiz” worksheet Friday in a Family & Consumer Sciences class, according to parents. The assignment began with some straightforward questions like, “What do you call the father of your father?” and “What do you call the […]

  • Colorado girl suing U.S. attorney general to legalize medical marijuana nationwide

    LARKSPUR, Colo. — Alexis Bortell is hardly the first child whose family moved to Colorado for access to medical marijuana. But the 12-year-old is the first Colorado kid to sue U.S. Attorney Jeff Sessions over the nation’s official marijuana policy. “As the seizures got worse, we had to move to Colorado to get cannabis because it’s illegal in Texas,” Bortell, who was diagnosed with epilepsy as a young child, told KDVR. The sixth-grader said traditional medicine wasn’t helping her seizures […]

  • Man accused of touching strangers’ belly buttons banned from Ohio campuses

    AKRON, Ohio – Prosecutors say a 29-year-old Ohio man – accused of approaching women for the 10 years and trying to touch their belly buttons – should be sent to prison for violating his parole. Graig Burrier, of Stow, pleaded guilty Wednesday in Summit County Common Pleas Court to violating his parole. He was placed on parole in 2012 after pleading guilty to a sexual battery charge. In that case, prosecutors say he told a woman he was pledging a […]

  • Woman sentenced to prison after faking terminal cancer, raising over $260K

    BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – An Alabama woman who duped kind-hearted donors into thinking she had cancer is headed to prison, a judge ordered Wednesday. Jennifer Flynn Cataldo was sentenced to 25 months behind bars for fraudulently raising more than $260,000 by falsely portraying herself as a terminal cancer patient from 2014 to early May 2017, according to WHNT. Cataldo pled guilty in August to one count of wire fraud and one count of bank fraud for using a false claim of terminal cancer […]

  • Transgender candidate Danica Roem wins historic Virginia race

    PRINCE WILLIAM, Va. – Virginia Democrat Danica Roems defeated Bob Marshall Tuesday night, becoming the first openly transgender person to be elected and seated to a state legislature. Marshall, who has represented the state in the House since 1992, has consistently been at odds with the LGBT community. In 2015, Marshall was very outspoken against Governor Terry McAuliffe’s so called “gay agenda.” He introduced House Bill 1414, that would allow anyone who obtained a state license to morally or religiously object to […]

  • Oklahoma parents wear T-shirts ‘in very poor taste’ to children’s football game

    JONES, Okla. – Luther and Jones might be neighboring Oklahoma towns, but their contention on the gridiron is tense – and now controversial after some Jones parents showed up to a fifth grade football game wearing shirts some found offensive. The founder of Red Dirt Football League, John Elerick, told KFOR there were four parents who wore T- shirts to Saturday’s game that read “fluther,” suggesting “(expletive) Luther.” Both the founder and the coach of the Luther players said it was […]