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  • Woman’s simple mistake while battling illness leads to liver failure

    CLEVELAND – Stephanie Soriano took over-the-counter medication while fighting the flu in January. The busy mom wanted to knock out the illness so she could keep going. “I was taking Tylenol during the day (and) towards the evening as well. At nighttime, so I could sleep, I took NyQuil,” Soriano told WJW. “Then, I would wake up around 2 to 3 in the morning and take Theraflu as well.” Although everything she took would work on cold symptoms, they all […]

  • Arkansas students punished with paddle for walkout over gun violence, parent says

    GREENBRIER, Ark. – Three students were punished for walking out of their Arkansas school Wednesday during the national protest against gun violence, and their punishment is now in the spotlight. Per, the Greenbrier Public Schools superintendent says the students never gave a heads-up so their school could prep for their demonstration, adding they were disciplined not for exercising their First Amendment rights, but for leaving class. Their choice of punishment, per the super: suspension or getting a parent-OK’d paddling. […]

  • Sonic’s summer slush flavor? Pickle juice

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Nothing says summer like a tall, bright green glass of semi-frozen pickle juice. At least that’s what Sonic Drive-In is hoping when they roll out their tangy new slush flavor nationwide in June, according to Food and Wine. While pickle juice has enjoyed renewed popularity as a chaser for whiskey, how customers will react seeing it next to blue raspberry, cherry, orange and the other standby flavors is anyone’s guess. “We tasted the drink at Sonic’s headquarters in […]

  • College graduate decides to sing resume, gets worldwide attention

    DENVER – Launching a career can be tough, but a University of Denver graduate’s job search is getting some serious attention. Page Kemna is looking for a way to kick-start her career in sales and marketing and has found a way to stand out from the crowd of applicants, by singing her resume. “I  wanted them to know who I was outside of just paper so I decided to sing them a little song to show them I could go […]

  • Man killed after boulder ‘intentionally’ thrown from overpass strikes car

    PASADENA, Calif. – A 23-year-old man who had just learned his wife was pregnant died Tuesday after a boulder “intentionally” thrown from a freeway overpass in California slammed into his family’s car, according to KTLA. The incident occurred shortly before 9 p.m. Tuesday, as the family was in their 2017 Toyota Corolla headed westbound on the 134 under the Orange Grove Boulevard overpass, according to the California Highway Patrol. The victim’s 21-year-old wife was behind the wheel when a 30- […]

  • Man trashes police station lobby during rampage captured on video

    GRAFTON, Wis. – A man went on a rampage and trashed the inside of a Wisconsin police department, and the strange outburst was all caught on camera. The man walked into the Grafton Police Department just before 1 p.m. on Sunday, according to WITI. Surveillance video shows him kick a hole in the wall right as he walks inside. He is seen throwing his bag across the lobby and then heads straight for the brochures. He’s seen tearing down shelves […]

  • Nearly 600,000 pacifier and teether holders recalled due to choking hazard

    About 590,000 Dr. Brown’s Lovey pacifier and teether holders are being recalled due to a choking hazard. Snaps can detach from the products’ ribbons, which young children can choke on, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission. A total of 67 people have reported the ribbons fraying and the snaps detaching, but no injuries have been reported yet. The holders were sold from Aug. 2015 to March 2018 at various stores nationwide, including Bed Bath & Beyond, H-E-B Grocery, K-Mart, […]

  • Tripp Halstead, boy seriously injured by tree limb, dies five years after accident

    ATLANTA – A Georgia boy who suffered a traumatic brain injury in 2012 when he was just 2 years old, died on Thursday, according to multiple reports. Tripp Halstead’s fight for life in the months after the freak accident, which happened at his day care, inspired a large social media following as people checked in on his progress and offered his family support, according to WSB-TV. Tripp’s mother posted on Facebook that Tripp was having difficulty breathing Thursday morning when […]

  • Baby Jesus stolen 90 years ago from Nativity scene returned to New Jersey church

    HOBOKEN, N.J. — Church staff called police for what they thought was a suspicious package, but it turned out to be a baby Jesus stolen from the Our Lady of Grace Church Nativity scene about 90 years ago. Staff at the Hoboken, New Jersey church discovered the package Wednesday. It had no return address. They brought it to the attention of Rev. Alex Santora, who told WPIX he had some reservations at first. “Some red flags went up because it didn’t have […]

  • Video shows Southwest Airlines forcing father, toddler off flight

    CHICAGO — Southwest Airlines is taking some heat after flight attendants escorted a man and a young girl off a flight at Midway International Airport in Chicago on Wednesday afternoon, according to WGN. Passenger Alexis Armstrong, 24, of Joliet, filmed part of the incident on her cellphone in a video that has since gone viral. Armstrong said Southwest staff removed the man and the child, believed to be his daughter, from Flight 1683 to Atlanta shortly before takeoff Wednesday. Armstrong said the […]