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  • Actor leads police on chase because he didn’t want to miss performance

    SHEBOYGAN, Wis. – A community theater actor in Wisconsin is accused of leading deputies on a chase because he didn’t want to miss his performance in a play. 61-year-old David Neese was originally stopped Saturday by Sheboygan County Sheriff’s Deputies for a broken headlight. They quickly realized that Neese was wanted for theft, according to WITI. “In-house has it flagged, he has probable cause to be arrested,” the officer can be heard saying. When they tried to take him into […]

  • Video shows Chicago jail inmates clapping for accused cop killer

    CHICAGO, Ill – Cook County Jail officials said they plan to take action against several inmates who clapped for the man accused of shooting a Chicago police commander. The jail released video showing about five inmates clapping as Shomari Legghette walked into his court hearing on Thursday. Those inmates were being held in a cell waiting to see a judge when Legghette walked by. Legghette was charged with first-degree murder, felon in possession of a firearm and possession of narcotics […]

  • Surveillance video shows shirtless woman stealing packages from porch

    EL DORADO HILLS, Calif. – Law enforcement will usually describe what a suspect was seen wearing to get tips from the public, but a package thief in California is getting attention for what she wasn’t wearing – a shirt. “Today was actually kind of a cold day,” El Dorado County Sheriff’s Sergeant Anthony Prencipe told KTXL. But the thief, caught on surveillance video, apparently worked up a sweat. Video shows the woman grabbing boxes from a porch twice within an […]

  • Four brands of dog food recalled for containing euthanasia drug

    WASHINGTON — Four brands of dog food under the JM Smucker Co. umbrella have been recalled after a Washington, D.C., TV station tested one of the brands and found traces of a euthanizing drug used on dogs, cats and horses in 60 percent of the samples. The AP reports that shipments of cans of Gravy Train, Kibble ‘N Bits, Skippy, and Ol’ Roy wet food have been pulled back after pentobarbital was found in nine of the 15 cans of Gravy Train […]

  • Rowdy family booted from ship after cruise turns to ‘bloodbath’

    “Bloodbath” is not a word you’d typically associate with a 10-day cruise around the South Pacific. But it’s being thrown around now in the wake of what Carnival says were “violent and disruptive acts” committed on its cruise ship Legend. Passengers say a brawl that erupted around 12:45am Friday—resulting in an unexpected stop and the removal of 23 family members—was the culmination of days of violence that left as many as 30 people injured aboard the “cruise from hell,” per 3AW. […]

  • Disney announces opening date for ‘Toy Story Land’ at Disney World

    ORLANDO, Fla. — Woody, Buzz, Jessie and their friends will come to life at Walt Disney World in Florida this summer. The upcoming Toy Story Land will officially open to guests on June 30, Disney confirmed on Friday. The upcoming 11-acre land at Disney’s Hollywood Studios will include two new attractions and a new entrance to the existing Toy Story Mania attraction. Guests will “shrink” to the size of toys while riding the new Slinky Dog Dash roller coaster and […]

  • Congressional candidate defends AR-15 giveaway after Florida school shooting

    LEAVENWORTH, Kan. – A congressional candidate from Kansas is giving away an AR-15. Tyler Tannahill announced the raffle the day before the Parkland, Florida, shooting where a semi-automatic-style rifle was used to kill 17 people. On Thursday, Tannahill announced he plans to go ahead with the giveaway. The tragedy at Stoneman Douglas High School is just the latest mass shooting where a gunman used an AR-15. The same type of weapon was also used in shootings in Las Vegas, Orlando, […]

  • Meet the woman who gave it all up to save baby goats with special needs

    FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP, N.J. — Sixty miles west of New York City, away from the lights, the traffic and the chaos, lies a place where nature calls the shots, hay is a hot commodity and the natives have their own language. At this New Jersey farm, it’s the goats that run the show. Their caretaker is Leanne Lauricella, a former New York City event planner who, one day in 2014, took a step back, looked at her life and realized she […]

  • Alabama lawmaker proposes bill allowing teachers to carry guns at school

    GUNTERSVILLE, Ala. – Alabama State Representative Will Ainsworth says he will introduce legislation that would allow some public school teachers and administrators to carry a gun during school hours. He says concerned educators from Marshall County reached out to him Thursday evening in the wake of the Parkland, Florida shooting that left 17 dead. “They wanted to know what we could do to prevent that in Alabama,” said Ainsworth. The first term legislator says he is researching the issue. “Our kids are […]