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  • Video shows man risk life to save 6-year-old boy during dog attack

    CONROE, Texas — A 19-year-old man came to the rescue of a little boy when the child was attacked by a dog Sunday in front of his family’s Texas home. According to KPRC, 6-year-old Mason and two of his neighbors were playing in the driveway when a loose pit bull attacked him. A man who lives down the street, Grant Brown, reportedly heard Mason’s screams and ran to help the child. “As soon as I noticed I just ran over […]

  • Arkansas man racks up $25K in debt on mother-in-law’s credit cards, assumed she would ‘die soon’

    FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — A Fayetteville man reportedly racked up more than $25,000 in debt after stealing his elderly mother-in-law’s credit cards. Randy Phipps, 56, was arrested Monday and charged with elder abuse. When confronted about the issue by the woman’s son, Phipps said he “assumed (she) would die soon and ran her cards up knowing he would not be responsible for the payments once she passed away,” according to an arrest report. Phipps’ 86-year-old mother-in-law, who filed the report with […]

  • Another newborn found abandoned at Florida apartment complex

    ORLANDO, Fla. – A newborn wrapped in a T-shirt was found on the stoop of a Florida apartment Saturday – the second time in less than two years a baby has been abandoned at the same complex, the Orlando Sentinel reports. Orlando police said the 1-day-old baby appeared to be in good health and was taken to a nearby hospital to be evaluated. WKMG reports that the baby was found with a note apparently written by the mother, describing a violent […]

  • After an illness paralyzed her from the waist down, this woman was finally able to water ski again

    EAST GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — A woman from Chicago got back on the water for the first time since being diagnosed with a spinal virus nearly nine years ago. Katie Vree went to Reeds Lake in East Grand Rapids Friday with Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital, where she got to water ski for the first time since high school. Vree fell ill while on a high school mission trip back in 2011 and is now paralyzed from the waist down. […]

  • 3 family members charged in connection to viral Disneyland brawl

    LOS ANGELES — Two men and a woman face a slew of charges after a family dispute turned violent at Disneyland earlier this month, prosecutors said. The melee, which took place in the middle of Mickey’s Toontown on July 5, was captured on a video that subsequently went viral. It was also witnessed by other park guests at the Anaheim theme park, including children. Avery Desmond-Edwinn Robinson, 35, of Las Vegas, has been charged with five felonies and nine misdemeanors. […]

  • Horse punched, 4 deputies injured in drunken fight at county fair

    TURLOCK, Calif. – Four deputies were injured and a sheriff’s horse was punched when a fight broke out during a busy night at the Stanislaus County Fair. Around 10 p.m. Sunday, a group of drunken men reportedly wearing gang attire had gathered near a beer booth, according to the Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Department. When they were told to leave the fair, the sheriff’s department reports one of the men attacked a deputy, starting an altercation that drew a large crowd. […]

  • 6-year-old saves mom after she passes out from heat stroke

    GRANDVIEW, Mo. – First responders helped save a woman’s life in Missouri Saturday, but it wouldn’t have happened without the quick thinking of a 6-year-old girl. Christinia and her mom Mary spent part of their Saturday at an outdoor birthday party. “They had been out there for a couple hours, and then I guess they went to the nail shop,” Christinia’s grandma Vickie Hancock told WDAF. When they got home, the 6-year-old said her mom wasn’t acting right. “I took […]

  • ‘Reprehensible:’ Disturbing videos show men dumping buckets of water on NYPD officers

    NEW YORK CITY — Officials are outraged after two videos surfaced on social media Monday showing New York Police Department officers being drenched with buckets of water by groups of men. One of the videos was shot in Brooklyn and the other in Harlem, WPIX reports. The videos show the group of men dump buckets of water on the officers, with bystanders laughing in the background. At one point, a bucket actually hits one of the officers in the head. It’s […]

  • Instagram post shows fishing guide’s dog killing fawn

    ANTONITO, Colo. – Fishing guide Michael Garcia reportedly filmed his dog attacking and killing a fawn. He then called it a “big game kill” on Instagram, according to KDVR. Colorado Parks and Wildlife says it is actively investigating the incident. “Unethical on his part and un-remorseful,” said Clint Lockhart, one of many Coloradans outraged over the Instagram post. In Garcia’s post, which has since been deleted, a caption reads: “Gus provided the best action at the end of the day. […]

  • Murder suspect allowed to use dead wife’s insurance policy to pay for his defense

    DENVER – Murder suspect Robert Feldman officially fired his public defender Monday and rehired private defense attorney David Kaplan. The move was made possible by a Colorado Supreme Court decision in June that says the law firm is an independent third party who was given the funds legally before the Probate Court tried to have them frozen. Feldman, 55, was charged with first-degree murder in 2018, three years after his wife Stacy was found dead in the couple’s shower, according to KDVR […]

  • ‘Got the spider:’ Couple’s joke has drivers stopping at demolished South Dakota home

    RENNER, S.D. — A South Dakota couple had a little fun after they demolished their second house. Jeff Hopkins and his girlfriend, Dawn Cronk, made a quick trip to buy spray paint to put a message on the roof, they told the Argus Leader. “Got the spider.” A photo of the house had nearly 60,000 shares on Facebook as of Monday evening, July 22.  The couple said they’d seen dozens of cars stopping in front of the house after seeing what […]

  • Man in viral ‘Back Up Terry!’ video receives new wheelchair

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. — A Memphis man who was recorded unsuccessfully trying to back his wheelchair away from exploding fireworks has been given a new motorized chair since the video went viral. Thankfully, Terry Davis wasn’t hurt when his wheelchair malfunctioned, but there’s much more to his story. “Oh, people don’t know what I have to deal with on a daily basis,” he told WREG. Davis suffered a serious spinal injury 10 years ago, and he’s struggled with many setbacks in trying […]

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