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  • Parents take 30-year-old son to court after he refuses to move out

    CAMILLUS, N.Y. – A couple in New York is seeking help from the law to get their 30-year-old son out of the house. Christina and Mark Rotondo say they’ve been trying to get their 30-year-old son, Michael Rotondo, to leave their home for several months. In fact, they say they have even given him several written notices to leave the property. According to WSTM, the couple gave Michael a note on Feb. 2, telling him to leave the home within […]

  • Woman arrested after bragging on police Facebook page about ‘getting away’

    MOSES LAKE, Wash. — A Moses Lake woman who was released by officers and then later bragged on their Facebook page about “getting away” is back behind bars. Kayla Irizzary was arrested about 2:30 a.m. on Saturday. Moses Lake police said the 19-year-old was a passenger in a car that officers pulled over last week. The driver, Giovanni Powell, 27, was arrested for driving with a suspended license, but officers had no legal reason to detain Irizzary so she was able to […]

  • Oklahoma school employee arrested for being under the influence of meth at work

    EDMOND, Okla. – An Edmond Public Schools employee was arrested for allegedly being under the influence of meth while she was at work, according to KFOR. On May 15th, around 12:45 p.m., officials at Will Rogers Elementary School called police about a possible intoxicated employee. When officers arrived, they started talking with 42-year-old Amanda Greenfield, who is a teaching assistant at the school. The officer noted that Greenfield was rambling about different things and was not making any sense, her […]

  • Quadruplets graduate from high school together

    OVERLAND PARK, Kan. — The Wilhoit quadruplets walked across the stage in succession at Shawnee Mission West’s graduation Thursday night. It was fitting for Overland Park, Kansas siblings Ben, Mia, Noah and Zach, who are all 19 years old. They’ve spent most of their lives by each other’s side. “Four kids at the same time is kind of wild, but it was always nice having somebody to play with when you were a kid. You have three buddies right next to […]

  • Man wins 4 lottery prizes – including for $5M and $1M – within months

    LOS ANGELES – A lucky lottery player from Southern California has won more than $6 million in prizes in the past six months, including one worth a staggering $5 million, state lottery officials announced Friday. Antulio Mazariegos recently walked into the California Lottery’s Van Nuys District Office with the $5 million-winning scratchers ticket. Mazariegos had purchased the winning ticket at Liquor Bank, located at 16925 Vanowen Street in Van Nuys, according to a California Lottery news release. He explained there […]

  • 20 years after woman rescues baby boy, the pair is reunited

    An enduring mystery in Azita Milanian’s life was solved Wednesday when she was reunited with 20-year-old Matthew Whitaker, reports the Los Angeles Times. Two decades ago, Milanian went for a jog in the foothills of Altadena, Calif., with her dogs when one of the dogs started scratching at the dirt. Milanian walked over to the dog and saw something that took her breath away: two tiny feet sticking out from a shallow grave. Milanian started to dig and found a 7-pound, […]

  • North Carolina family reunited with dog lost for nearly 5 years

    GUILFORD COUNTY, N.C. — For years, Michael and Phyllis Pettaway never knew what happened to their beloved dog, Debo. He disappeared the week before Christmas in 2013. “It was kind of warm that night, so I said, ‘I’ll just leave him outside’ and that morning when I got up it had rained, and I didn’t realize it had rained and he doesn’t like rain. He got loose,” Michael told WGHP. They thought Debo would come back like he did before, […]

  • Victoria the rhino is pregnant after historic scientific breakthrough, San Diego Zoo says

    SAN DIEGO — Victoria the rhino is pregnant after the first successful artificial insemination in the San Diego Zoo’s 102-year history, officials announced Thursday. “Science win!” the zoo posted on Facebook Thursday, adding in a statement that Victoria’s pregnancy may be the key to saving another rhino species. Victoria is a southern white rhino, and is “part of our one-of-a-kind rescue program to save her cousins, the northern white rhino.” There are only two northern white rhinos alive on Earth […]

  • Mom exchanges gunfire with man who stole candy money from her child, police say

    SHREVEPORT, La. — Shots were fired at a Louisiana apartment complex after a man tried to steal candy and money from a child, according to police. Deshaveon Milling, 22, approached the child around 8 p.m. on May 12th and demanded the child hand over the candy that he had been selling, according to WGNO. The child refused and started to walk away, but Milling allegedly followed and snatched away money that the child had made selling candy. The child returned […]

  • Convicted felon buys guns after passing background check, nearly kills landlord hours later

    MUNCIE, Ind. — A convicted criminal with an extremely violent past was able to pass a federal background check by filling it with lies, then nearly killed his landlord. The night of the shooting It was a quiet Saturday night in Muncie.  Tony Ong, the manager of a small apartment complex, walked outside to greet tenants. Ong is known to be friendly and caring, not a typical manager who hounds tenants for their rent. Ong said he had a brief conversation […]

  • First-class flier tries to sneak drinks to pals in economy section, pays the price

    AUSTIN, Texas — Travel and Leisure sees him as a “first class Robin Hood.” American Airlines saw him as a disruptive passenger and booted him from a flight. The controversy? It seems the unidentified first-class flier tried to sneak drinks to two of his buddies in economy and got busted. Another passenger on the plane, Katie Genter, writes about what happened at the Points Guy. After the man boarded the weekend flight from Philadelphia to Atlanta, he ordered two PDBs, or pre-departure […]

  • Attorney won’t comment about racist-rant video as he heads into court

    NEW YORK — An attorney caught on camera berating restaurant workers for speaking Spanish and threatening to call immigration agents on them had no comment Thursday before he headed into a Queens court, according to WPIX. Aaron Schlossberg has been identified by a slew of people online as the man shown in video. A reporter asked Schlossberg if he had anything to say about his newfound infamy. He did not respond and continued into the courtroom. Another attorney was seen […]