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  • Two people killed, 15 others hurt in shooting at Kansas City nightclub

    KANSAS CITY, Mo.  (WDAF) – Two people were killed and 15 others were hurt in shooting at a Kansas City nightclub Sunday. The shooting happened around 11:30 p.m. at 9ine Ultra Lounge, which is near 40 Hwy & Noland Road. Investigators said as the suspect was reportedly trying to get into a the club, a fight broke out. Kansas City police officers said the suspect started shooting. Police said they believed a security guard shot and killed the suspect.  A […]

  • California inmate kills convicted child molester during attack, officials say

    CORCORAN, Calif. (KSEE/KGPE) —  Officials are investigating the death of a convicted child molester who was attacked Thursday by another inmate at the California State Substance Abuse Treatment Facility and State Prison in Corcoran, according to the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. Jonathan Watson, 41, attacked two inmates with a weapon, causing multiple head wounds to both. The inmates were taken to a medical center, CDCR said. One died on the way to the hospital, and the other remains […]

  • A house divided: Couple holds prank war leading up to NFC Championship

    UPDATE: GREEN BAY, Wis. (WFRV) — The prank wars continue to escalate for Tommy and Jyll Everman. Friday morning, Jyll surprised Tommy by switching out his car for a small vehicle decked out in green and gold. “I had a bunch of smaller pranks planned but we always kind of lead up to bigger pranks toward the end of the week,” Jyll told WFRV. “So I probably peaked a little early. This probably should have been my Sunday one but I […]

  • New postmaster general could signal big changes to postal service

    WASHINGTON — The hunt is on for a new postmaster general, and some say whoever gets that job could have a big impact on how you get your mail. That’s because the Trump administration wants to sell off and privatize parts of the postal service. But some who are against that idea said it will make getting your mail tougher and cost some mail workers their jobs. The White House said the US Postal Service should be a private business, […]

  • California mother acting as surrogate for another family dies while giving birth

    SAN DIEGO (WJW) — A California mother of two who was carrying a baby for another family died this week while giving birth. According to KSAZ, Michelle Reaves died from complications but the baby survived. Reaves leaves behind her husband and two children, Gage and Monroe. “I can’t even begin to imagine what her husband Chris and her two babies are going through so I want to start this page to help raise money for help with the kids, for Chris […]

  • Car slides off Missouri road and ends up balanced on utility cable, driver unscathed

    RAYTOWN, Mo. — A lucky family is relieved after a 19-year-old got away from a wild car crash with no injuries Friday. Jeremy Frazee was surprised when he got a call from his son, Mathis, saying his car slid off the road in Raytown, Missouri. “He called me and was like, ‘Hey, guess what? I’m in the ditch, but I’m OK,'” Frazee said. The car ended up balanced perfectly on a utility pole suspension wire. He said he was thankful […]

  • Bipartisan bill would create sex assault solutions task force for Coast Guard

    WASHINGTON — Two female senators, both of whom are also veterans, are reaching across the aisle to try to create a new task force that would combat sexual assault within the U.S. Coast Guard. Reports of sexual assault within the Coast Guard have risen in recent years, reflecting figures from the military as a whole. In 2018, nearly half of the female cadets at the Coast Guard Academy reported being sexually harassed, and a new investigation found mismanagement of those […]

  • Blue Water Navy in Washington fighting to get benefits for Guam veterans

    WASHINGTON -– The Blue Water Navy is back in Washington, this time to help service members that were exposed to Agent Orange in other locations during the Vietnam War. “Our veterans in Guam are suffering and dying daily,” Blue Water Navy Vice Commander Mike Kvintus said. Kvintus was in D.C. just two months ago pushing for Agent Orange benefits for those who served in Vietnam. Now he’s back to make sure those stationed in Guam aren’t forgotten. “We need Congress […]

  • ‘She could do it again’: Alpine Manor killer released from prison

    TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WOOD) — More than 30 years after she helped kill at least five elderly women in a West Michigan nursing home, serial killer Catherine Wood walked out of prison on Thursday. Wood, now 57, walked out of the federal prison in Tallahassee, released over the objections of her victims’ relatives. They fear she’ll kill again. Conditions of Wood’s parole show she won’t be returning to West Michigan to live, at least for now. Instead, WOOD has learned the […]

  • 1 dead, 1 seriously injured after avalanche at California ski resort

    PLACER COUNTY, Calif. (KTXL) – One person was killed and another seriously injured Friday following an avalanche at the Alpine Meadows Ski Resort near Lake Tahoe. According to the Placer County Sheriff’s Office, the avalanche happened around 10:30 a.m. above the Subway ski run. Sgt. Mike Powers described the location of the avalanche as an “advanced ski area.” Sgt. Powers near the scene with the latest on the avalanche at #alpinemeadows 1 confirmed fatality,2nd victim with serious injuries on the […]

  • New virus prompts CDC to screen passengers arriving from Chinese city

    NEW YORK — More than 100 staffers from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are being deployed to three US airports to check passengers arriving from Wuhan, China, for fever and other symptoms of a mysterious new virus that’s killed two and infected dozens in China, the CDC announced Friday. It’s a highly unusual step. The last time the CDC did routine passenger health screening was during the 2014 Ebola outbreak, according to Dr. Martin Cetron, director of […]

  • Royal Caribbean says video proves grandfather knew window was open before dropping toddler

    PUERTO RICO (WXIN) – Royal Caribbean says a northern Indiana man knew a window was open just moments before he picked up his step-granddaughter and lost his grip. 18-month-old Chloe Wiegand fell to her death in July. Her family is suing the cruise line for negligence. According to court documents, Royal Caribbean says video shows Salvatore Anello knew the window was open, even saying he leaned his upper body out that window before picking up Chloe. Court documents say: “This […]

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