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  • Officials: Dad charged in 5-month-old’s death left boy in bath to play video games

    BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — An Alabama father has been charged in the death of his infant son after he allegedly left the boy in a bathtub while playing video games Sunday night. Cordarius Cotton, 23, has been charged with reckless manslaughter after Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office officials say he left 5-month-old Dezmend Cotton alone for more than an hour, according to The Birmingham News. A 911 dispatcher gave CPR instructions over the phone to someone at the home, according to the […]

  • Man with foot fetish admits to preying on female realtors in Arizona

    PHOENIX – Arizona realtors know him as “the foot fetish guy,” and he’s been creeping them out for years, according to KPHO. A news crew finally tracked him down outside a north Phoenix coffee shop Monday. His name is Anthony, and he admits to contacting countless Phoenix-area realtors through text and email, offering to rub their feet and asking about their high heels, according to KPHO. When asked why he keeps doing it, Anthony replied, “I don’t know. I apologize.” Staci Smedstad, […]

  • Parents say son was lured to his death after using Letgo app to sell iPhone

    RICHMOND, Va. — A Virginia mother and father believe their son was murdered while trying to sell his iPhone using the app Letgo, according to WTVR. Now they are asking the public to take a close look at surveillance video Richmond Police recently released of a suspect in their son’s death. Josh Grey, 23, was shot and killed last Monday afternoon, the day a tornado outbreak spread across Central Virginia. “It was the day of the tornado and I called [Josh’s mom] […]

  • Pair of waitresses celebrate working 50 years at same restaurant

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Spend 50 years in the restaurant business and no doubt you’ll have some stories to tell. “This guy bit the other guys finger off and we had it in the french fry basket,” Jenny Russell recalled with a laugh. Russell and Betty Reed share a rare distinction of serving up steaks at the same restaurant for 50 years. “Betty and I are like sisters we can work together without even speaking,” Russell told WDAF. Each started […]

  • Teacher claims she was fired over ‘no zeros’ grading policy

    PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. — An eighth grade teacher in Florida claims she was fired because she disagrees with a school policy that states no students can receive a “zero” for failing to complete an assignment, according to WPTV. Diane Tirado started at West Gate K-8 School in Port St. Lucie last month as a history teacher. After several students failed to complete an assignment, she learned about a rule in the student handbook that states: “NO ZEROS – LOWEST […]

  • Video shows ‘Ride of the Century’ bikers tearing up the park under the St. Louis Arch

    ST. LOUIS, mo. — Hundreds of motorcycles flooded the streets of St. Louis last weekend for the annual Ride of the Century. The groups’ antics, particularly beneath one of the city’s most prized attractions, have many residents and visitors frustrated over what they are calling blatant disrespect, according to KTVI. Riders from all over the country showed up for the event. KTVI received numerous complaints and there are countless posts on social media claiming riders harassed people near Busch Stadium and […]

  • ‘He will save many lives:’ Pit bull rescued from fighting ring to become K-9 officer

    HONAKER, Va. – A 3-year-old dog named Dallas is among the first pit bulls ever rescued from a fighting ring to train as a police K-9. After about six weeks of training, Dallas will join the force in Honaker, Virginia, The Washington Post reports. “We knew that his combination of ball drive and his wanting of human praise was the perfect combination to be a police dog,” said Jen Deane, the founder and president of Florida rescue group Pit Sisters. […]

  • Virginia prisons will no longer allow visitors to wear tampons

    RICHMOND, Va. -Women visiting friends, family, and loved ones incarcerated in Virginia prisons will no longer be allowed to wear a tampon during that visit once a new Virginia Department of Corrections policy goes into effect next month, according to WTVR. “If someone chooses to visit a Virginia Department of Corrections inmate, he or she cannot have anything hidden inside a body cavity,” Virginia Department of Corrections Director of Communications Lisa Kinney explained. “There have been many instances in which […]

  • 7-year-old stuns the internet with her national anthem

    Her name is Malea Emma Tjandrawidjaja, she is 7 years old, and she can sing the national anthem better than you. Malea became an internet sensation for her rendition over the weekend before an MLS soccer game in Los Angeles between the LA Galaxy and Seattle Sounders. As ABC News explains, Malea won the Galaxy’s anthem-singing contest on social media, then proved why, to the delight of both fans and players. “I was thinking that I cannot do anything wrong because it’s […]

  • Singer Gary Numan’s tour bus involved in deadly accident in downtown Cleveland

    CLEVELAND — A 91-year-old man was fatally struck by Gary Numan’s tour bus while crossing the street in downtown Cleveland on Monday, according to WJW. Cleveland police say at about 12:40 p.m., the bus was making a right turn in downtown Cleveland when it struck a 91-year-old man who was walking within the crosswalk. There have been no arrests at this time; police say the investigation is ongoing. Gary Numan, best known for his 1979 hit “Cars,” was in town […]

  • Gruesome details revealed in court after suspect confessed to 2014 cold case murder

    SIMSBURY, Conn — Gruesome details were revealed in the arraignment for William Leverett, who admitted to killing well-known businesswoman and mother of two, Melissa Millan, according to WTIC. The 27-year-old is behind bars for the 2014 killing of Melissa Millan. Leverett was arraigned on murder charges Monday after confessing to police on September 19. A source close to the investigation tells FOX 61 that police monitored Leverett from the time he initially confessed, until his arrest on September 23. Millan was […]

  • Detroit stadium worker seen spitting on pizza in viral video may face charges

    DETROIT – A video that shows a former Comerica Park food services employee spitting on pizza intended for customers has gone viral – now officials say the employee is in police custody and could face charges, according to WXYZ. The video was posted to Instagram on Saturday and shows an employee spitting on the pizza, then rubbing the sauce in it. The incident happened on Friday, according to park representatives. “As soon as we became aware through social media of […]