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  • School yearbook photo of student’s service dog goes viral

    STAFFORD COUNTY, Va. — Students at a Virginia high school got a big surprise when they opened their yearbooks this year. “Seeing a picture of a dog caught my eye pretty quickly,” Diana Bloom told Buzzfeed News after her tweet with a photo of the yearbook page went viral. “I thought it was so cute.” The photo shows student Andrew Schalk and his service dog Alpha. The 16-year-old junior has Type 1 diabetes and Alpha helps alert him when his blood sugar is getting […]

  • Republican candidate accused of body-slamming reporter in Montana

    BOZEMAN, Mont. — One day before Montana’s special election to fill the state’s sole congressional seat, a reporter said he was body-slammed by the Republican candidate Wednesday. Guardian reporter Ben Jacobs had just asked multimillionaire tech entrepreneur Greg Gianforte about the GOP health care plan when he said Gianforte threw him to the ground, breaking his glasses, according to The Guardian. Gallatin County Sheriff’s Office investigators said late Wednesday night they cited Gianforte for misdemeanor assault. The newspaper released audio […]

  • Woman jumps on hood, clings to windshield wiper in attempted carjacking caught on video

    MILWAUKEE — A woman is sharing her harrowing story about an attempted carjacking that happened just south of downtown Milwaukee, according to WITI. Melissa Marian posted on Facebook that she was gassing up her SUV on St. Paul Ave. on Tuesday, May 23rd around 2:00 p.m. when the suspects, apparently in a stolen vehicle, tried to steal her SUV. Marian jumped on the hood of the SUV to prevent her vehicle from being driven off. After a couple of seconds, the person […]

  • Teacher surprises student with cap and gown, bringing him to tears

    SPALDING COUNTY, Ga. — A Georgia high school teacher filmed the emotional moment when she surprised one of her pupils with a cap and gown. A semester before graduation, Jamias Howard, 19, was no longer able to make it to class due to some private problems, WSB reports. He only had a few credits left to complete. That’s when his special education teacher, Kimberly Wimbish, got involved. Every day after school she met Howard at places like the park and even restaurants and tutored him — […]

  • Toddler died after mother’s boyfriend allegedly performed ‘wrestling moves’

    JEFFERSON COUNTY, Mo. – A couple face charges after a 2-year-old Missouri girl died days after authorities say her mother’s boyfriend performed “wrestling moves” on the toddler. Police accuse the girl’s mother, 19-year-old Cheyenne Cook, and 24-year-old Richard Gamache Jr., of torturing the child, identified only as “AC.” On May 16th, police and EMS responded to the 3800 block of Dorchester Court in House Springs, located about 30 miles southwest of St. Louis.  A child having seizures at the residence was taken […]

  • Boy’s Facebook video calls for end to violence

    WELLSTON, Mo. — It’s a sign of the toll violent crime is taking on children in St. Louis. A mother shared her son’s fears about crime on Facebook and the post has more than 165,000 views. Jeffrey Laney is a 6-year-old kindergartner and starts the video by expressing his fear about violent crime. “A lot of people, people need to stop killing each other around here because this is just making me feel bad,” Laney said. His mother, Leanndra Cheatham, said during an interview […]

  • Georgia teachers caught on camera throwing punches in front of class

    STONE MOUNTAIN, Ga. — Middle school students screamed in class as a teacher and a staff member got into a fist fight in front of their desks. The brawl happened on Friday at Stone Mountain Middle School, which is northeast of downtown Atlanta. DeKalb County School District spokesman Andre Riley said the teacher and paraprofessional were arrested and charged with misdemeanor disorderly conduct charges. Their identities have not been released. A student recorded most of the fight on her cellphone. The […]

  • Graco recalls 25,000 car seats that might not restrain child in a crash

    WASHINGTON — Graco Children’s Products has issued a recall of more than 25,000 car seats. The model impacted is the Graco My Ride 65 convertible child restraint. The company says the seat webbing might not restrain the child in the event of a crash. The model numbers impacted are 1871689, 1908152, 1813074, 1872691, 1853478, 1877535, 1813015 and 1794334. Graco said it will notify owners who are registered owners of the car seats. Dealers will provide consumers with a replacement harness, […]

  • Father of 2 dies in botulism outbreak linked to gas station’s nacho cheese

    WALNUT GROVE, Calif. — A California father has died and at least nine others were sickened as health officials continue to investigate a botulism outbreak tied to tainted nacho cheese. Martin Galindo, 37, died this week after contracting botulism, which left him in a coma, according to KTXL. Galindo’s brother said he doesn’t know for sure if Galindo got the illness from the Valley Oak Food and Fuel in the small area of Walnut Grove, but said the timelines match up. Galindo’s illness was confirmed […]

  • Fisherman finds GoPro that’s been in lake for 3 years, watches footage, returns it to owner

    PICKWICK LAKE, Ala. — A Facebook post has helped set a GoPro on the way back to the man who lost it in 2014. Corey Glenn was fishing on Pickwick Lake in Alabama over the weekend and reeled in an unexpected catch — a GoPro Hero 3. Glenn took the camera home, and cleaned and recharged the device. He thought there was no way it would still work — until it turned on and the footage began downloading to the computer. The footage was […]

  • 10-year-old raises money to buy vests for police department’s K-9s

    FRANKLIN, Ind. — Three K-9s at an Indiana police department will have some extra protection thanks to the hard work of a 10-year-old boy. Richie Scott, a fourth-grader at Creekside Elementary School in Franklin, started raising the money for protective tactical vests in December as part of a community service project. The project was part of Richie’s testing to earn his black belt in taekwondo. “I wanted to protect those who protect me, and the whole community,” Richie told WXIN. Richie and […]

  • Illinois man charged with animal cruelty for dropping toy poodles from parking tower

    OAK LAWN, Ill. — An Illinois man is facing two felony counts of animal cruelty after police say he dropped two toy poodles from a parking tower over the weekend. Investigators believe 22-year-old Edward Hanania falsely claimed to be the owner of two toy poodles on a lost and found section of an area Facebook page, but when the real owner came forward, things took a turn for the worse. One of the dogs, 1-year-old Angel, survived the five-story fall. Angel’s father, 6-year-old […]