Category Archives: News

Right on top of things, aren’t they?

BIRMINGHAM, AL (WBRC) – Birmingham police say two random shootings are linked and it’s likely a third is as well. It started just after midnight on January 3 when a 14-year-old girl was grazed by a bullet at the intersection … Continue reading

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You call we haul

A truck driver who found himself stuck on a snow-covered Missouri highway made a promise after a driver in a Chevy pickup truck came to the rescue. “I swear on my life I will never talk smack on Chevy again,” … Continue reading

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The guy that clocked Moldylocks declaring bankruptcy

Oakdale’s Nathan Damigo has filed for bankruptcy in an apparent attempt to dodge lawsuits facing him and other white nationalists involved in the deadly Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Va. Damigo and two dozen extremist leaders or their groups … Continue reading

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They were just poor misunderstood children

COOKSON, Okla., (KTUL) — A family member of one of the three teen suspects killed after breaking into a Wagoner County home Monday is speaking out for the first time. The grandfather of Jacob Redfearn believes shooting and killing the … Continue reading

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Smile, you’re on… were on camera

Members of the “yellow vests” protest movement have vandalised almost 60% of France’s entire speed camera network, the interior minister has said. Christophe Castaner said the wilful damage was a threat to road safety and put lives in danger. The … Continue reading

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Go large or go home

A tractor driver plowed over a Hillsboro ATM early Tuesday, making off with a load of cash, according to police. MORE

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Jailhouse Justice

A man who ran an international child porn ring was beaten to death in prison this week, but one of his victims predicted his fate long before his demise. A judge sentenced Christian Maire, a married father-of-two from upstate New … Continue reading

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When your training and mindset pays off

HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) – She’s being credited with saving the lives of innocent party goers when a man firing a rifle made his way towards a packed nightclub. A security officer was forced to shoot Samuel Williams, 33, outside of … Continue reading

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Scum

COLUMBUS, Ohio (Meredith) — Police are searching for a suspect who was caught on surveillance video stealing a gun from the dead body of a man who had just crashed his motorcycle. Bradley Bethel, 25, was killed the morning of … Continue reading

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Gotta have something to cover the nasty taste of the food

(Meredith) – An angry customer fired shots at a Taco Bell in southwest Oklahoma City after complaining about employees not giving him taco sauce with his order, police said. MORE

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Daryl Dragon of Captain and Tennille dead

Daryl Dragon, the musician best known as the Captain from the group The Captain and Tennille, died due to renal failure on Wednesday. He was 76. “He was a brilliant musician with many friends who loved him greatly. I was … Continue reading

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Waste not want not

A new law took effect in Oregon on Tuesday allowing meat from animals killed by vehicles to be harvested and eaten. The Associated Press reported on Tuesday that lawmakers in the state first approved the measure, Senate Bill 372, allowing … Continue reading

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On a mission from God

Just before 7 a.m. Sunday morning, police in Texas were called about a man carrying a handgun down a city street, the Seguin Police Department said in a Facebook post. An off-duty officer, who was first to respond, saw the … Continue reading

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Godspeed, Mr Overton

AUSTIN, Texas (FOX 7 Austin) – The nation’s oldest living veteran, Richard Overton, has died in a rehab facility in Austin, Texas. He was 112 years old. Family says Overton was admitted to the hospital last week with pneumonia. He … Continue reading

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Riots Loom As Food Stamp Cash Will Run Out By End Of January If Government Shutdown Continues

According to the Department of Agriculture, if this government shutdown stretches into February there won’t be money for food stamps. And it certainly looks like this shutdown could last for quite a while, because President Trump is not backing down … Continue reading

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When bingo just ain’t enough

Decatur, AL (WHNT) — Police say they seized 17 gambling machines from a building that held a church and antique store. Police said they received multiple reports of a “casino” operation in a building on Gordon Terry Parkway near Beltline … Continue reading

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Well, that didn’t work out they way they planned

MARYSVILLE — The plan was simple: Steal tools and pawn them for money. That’s what two men, 22 and 23, reportedly had in mind when they showed up to the Coastal Farm & Ranch store in Marysville on Saturday afternoon, … Continue reading

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“Hey, fuck you AND your gun, pal”

Midlothian police say a man who opted to wait in his car Saturday while his wife shopped for groceries was ambushed by carjackers — but quickly turned the tables on them. MORE

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Tsunami set off by volcanic eruption kills 222 in Indonesia

CARITA BEACH, Indonesia (AP) — A tsunami believed to be triggered by a volcanic eruption killed at least 222 people in Indonesia during a busy holiday weekend, sweeping away hotels, hundreds of houses and a group of people attending a … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas from Texas!

Employees at a FedEx Ground facility in Hutchins were arrested this week after two package handlers were accused of stealing nearly $50,000 in cellphones and paying a manager and security guard to ignore the crimes. MORE

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