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  • Pit bull stolen in videotaped theft reunited with owner

    AUBURN, Wash. — On Monday, Jessica Barcelo set eyes on her beloved pit bull, Keno, for the first time since he was taken in a home burglary last week. As the Auburn City Animal Control truck pulled up, she nervously asked, “Where’s my baby?  Is he in the back?” Animal Control Officer Ray Peckham anticipated her eagerness, jumping out of the driver’s seat and greeting her. “Hi Jessica,” he said, knowing his special delivery, in a compartment of the back […]

  • Moose attacks increase in Colorado

    LOVELAND, Colo. – State wildlife officials in Colorado say the number of dangerous encounters with moose is on the rise. “Over the last few years we’ve seen an increase in human-moose interactions and moose just going places where we haven’t historically seen them,” Colorado Parks and Wildlife Area Wildlife Manager Kristin Cannon told KDVR. She says some years her office in Loveland has not received any moose-related calls. Recently though, they have been getting about ten to fifteen calls per […]

  • Daughter of hero officer killed in 9/11 attacks graduates from NYPD Police Academy

    NEW YORK CITY, N.Y. – The daughter of a New York Police Department officer killed in the 9/11 terrorist attacks graduated from the NYPD Police Academy on Monday. Her father, Officer Ramon Suarez, was killed during rescue efforts at the World Trade Center. He’d commandeered a taxi to get to the scene of the terror attack and was last seen running back into the North Tower after he and another officer saved a woman who was unable to walk, according to […]

  • Deputy orders man to stop filming – in his own home

    TATE COUNTY, Miss. – A Mississippi man wants answers after he says two Tate County sheriff’s deputies entered his home uninvited and one demanded he stop filming them. Cardravious Crump had just hosted a Halloween costume party at his mother’s house about an hour before the deputies arrived Sunday morning. “Party went great. No problems, no nothing, no fights, no anything,” Crump told WREG. But later that morning, he said he and his mother discovered two sheriff’s deputies had entered […]

  • Video shows bridge dip sharply as overweight bus drives over

    HOLIDAY ISLAND, Ark. — Arkansas highway officials are inspecting the historic Beaver Bridge after a bus weighing more than twice the structure’s weight limit drove across it Saturday. Video which shows the 35-ton bus cross the one-lane bridge on Arkansas 187 while other cars honk at the driver. The bus made it across the bridge, causing the suspension to sag as it passed over. The bridge’s maximum weight limit is 10 tons, according to KFSM. Crews were already checking the […]

  • Parents say Little Caesars pizza left 2-year-old with second-degree burns

    LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. – A Georgia couple says a trip to Little Caesars left their 2-year-old daughter screaming in pain after scalding-hot cheese and sauce fell onto the child’s hand and leg Friday evening. The girl’s mother, Koddi Dunn, of Cornelia, told WXIA they were on their way home from visiting with her husband’s mother when they decided to stop at a Little Caesars in Lawrenceville they often went to. The Dunns said it was packed around 8:30, but they waited and […]

  • The 25 best cities for millennial job seekers

    Photo Credit: Aleksandr Davydov / Alamy Stock Photo It’s a great time to be entering the workforce or looking for a new job. According to the New York Fed, the job market for young people, and especially college graduates, is the strongest it’s been since the 2008 Recession. Overall unemployment currently stands at 4 percent, dipping to 3.7 percent for recent graduates and just 2.3 percent for all college graduates. Similarly, underemployment for recent graduates, which is common for young […]

  • Brothers save woman, dogs trapped in sinking minivan: ‘We got to get the lady out’

    HENRICO COUNTY, Va.— Neighbors are celebrating two brothers who pulled a woman and two of her three dogs from a minivan before it was swept into a raging creek in Henrico County Thursday evening. Michael and Wesley Shook came upon the scene as the Rocky Branch creek along  Hermitage Road off Staples Mill Road rose quickly as Tropical Storm Michael dumped inches of rain across the area. “I seen the van submerged and we decided we were going to pull in and […]

  • Man accused of shooting his cousin over salt and vinegar potato chips

    COLLETON COUNTY, S.C. – A South Carolina man is accused of shooting his cousin after a dispute over potato chips. The Post and Courier reported that Ryan Dean Langdale, 19, of Colleton County, S.C., faces charges of attempted murder, using a firearm in a violent crime and obstructing justice. The suspect allegedly shot and injured the 17-year-old victim Sept. 29 at a home after the suspect warned him not to eat his salt and vinegar potato chips. “Do not touch […]

  • Kansas City kid becomes internet sensation after playing guitar with the Foo Fighters

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — You’ve seen the video, now meet the kid who’s the envy of every Foo Fighters fan. 10-year-old Colier Rule became an internet sensation after being brought on stage by Foo Fighters lead singer Dave Grohl. “It would be awesome if I could take my guitar to school,” Rule told WDAF, “but I think I would get in trouble.” For those who haven`t seen it, here’s some background. Collier, his friend, and his mother Jennifer went to the […]