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  • Russian warship rumored to carry fortune in gold found over a century after it sank

    ULLEUNG, South Korea – A massive Russian ship with a potential fortune in gold on board has been discovered at the bottom of the ocean more than a century after it sank, a South Korean company said Thursday. The 5,800-ton Dmitri Donskoii, a first class armored cruiser, first set sail in 1885, according to the Shinil Group, the company which announced its rediscovery this week. It was scuttled during the 1905 Battle of Tsushima in the waters between present-day South […]

  • Baby born in Chick-Fil-A bathroom gets free meals for life, job offer

    SAN ANTONIO — A couple in Texas delivered their baby in a Chick-Fil-A bathroom and now the baby will get free meals for life. KSAT reported that Falon Griffin was having contractions Tuesday night, so she and husband Robert drove to meet a family friend at a Chick-Fil-A to drop off their two children before going to the hospital. When they got to the restaurant parking lot, however, Falon knew she couldn’t wait, so she headed to the bathroom. The […]

  • 4 arrested after 15-year-old found living with barn animals, eating twigs and grass

    MEEKER, Okla. — Four people face charges after a severely malnourished Oklahoma teenager was found living in a barn with farm animals, subsisting on sticks, leaves and grass, according to officials. Lincoln County First Assistant District Attorney Adam Panter told the Shawnee News-Star that the boy’s father, stepmother and two older brothers have been arrested on complaints of child neglect. The 15-year-old boy was found at a home near Meeker July 12 after a concerned passerby noticed something wasn’t right. […]

  • ‘Guess who’s moving?’ Eviction notice goes viral

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. — An eviction notice at a Memphis apartment complex is sweeping the Internet, and not everyone is amused. A smiling emoji takes up most of the orange notice to some residents at Bent Tree Apartments near the airport, but the punchline to the joke is no laughing matter. “It’s antagonizing,” Deadrick Flemming told WREG. “I feel like it’s kind of embarrassing. It’s a shameful situation for someone that is trying their best to make ends meet.” The eviction […]

  • Worker fired after calling women ‘porn stars’ during confrontation on train

    SALT LAKE CITY — A Utah Transit Authority employee is on administrative leave over a video showing a confrontation between the worker and a group of women, according to KSTU. The video, shot Tuesday by a woman named Lexi, shows him arguing with her along with three of her friends and a bystander after the women said the employee called them “porn stars” and asked them if they were putting feminine hygiene products in each other. The women said it […]

  • Iconic ‘Brady Bunch’ house goes on the market, might get torn down

    STUDIO CITY, Calif. — It’s a home so famous it has its own Yelp page, and now the television home of the beloved sitcom “The Brady Bunch” is for sale. The three-bedroom, two-bathroom residence that was used for exterior shots during the filming of the classic show, which ran from September 1969 to March 1974, still has a meticulously maintained 1970s feel inside. From the MusiCall intercom system with its golden knobs, to the floral wallpaper and stone fireplace, it […]

  • Parents charged with murder after crying baby dies while in ‘timeout’

    SPRINGFIELD TOWNSHIP, N.J. — When their 4-month-old son wouldn’t stop crying, a New Jersey couple covered him with a comforter and went out for a smoke — only to later find that their baby had stopped breathing, prosecutors said Tuesday. William Herring, 42, and Brianna Brochhausen, 22, were living at the Hilltop Motel in Springfield Township when they allegedly killed their son, Hunter, on Valentine’s Day. They decided Hunter needed a “timeout” because he would not stop crying. They put […]

  • Chick-fil-A axes popular product, upsetting several customers

    COLLEGE PARK, Ga. — Chick-fil-A has announced it is cutting a well-loved product from its lineup. The Cow Calendar. Chick-fil-A has declared the 2018 calendar will be the chicken sandwich franchise’s last. The company sent out word Wednesday in an email to customers saying the calendar is discontinued, marking an end to “20 years of steers,” The News & Observer reports. The Cow Calendar was popular not only for the pictures of Chick-fil-A cows up to their usual self-preservation antics. The calendar […]

  • Terminally ill pup gets unlimited free Burger King cheeseburgers

    TOLEDO, Ohio – A family dealing with heartbreaking news about their beloved pup named Cody said they were touched by a restaurant’s act of kindness. The family tweeted details of Cody’s story, saying that about two months ago their 10-year-old dog was diagnosed with cancer. He was given between one and three months to live, depending on how fast the cancer spreads. “My family and I were heartbroken by the news, but we decided we wanted to try and make […]

  • McDonald’s is giving away free fries every Friday for rest of 2018

    DENVER — Do you like McDonald’s fries? Then don’t miss out on this deal. The fast-food restaurant chain says it will be giving out free french fries for the rest of the year. You can get an order of medium fries for free every Friday until Dec. 30. There is one catch: You have to download the McDonald’s mobile app to get the coupon, then make a purchase of at least $1 during your visit to the restaurant.

  • Video shows veteran reunited with service dog missing after thieves stole SUV

    INDIANAPOLIS — A Marine veteran’s missing service dog was safely found on Wednesday, according to WXIN. Indianapolis police asked the public to help find 2-year-old Wrigley on Tuesday after the Toyota 4Runner that he was in was stolen from a Flying J truck stop on the south side of Indianapolis. “He’s trained to sense oncoming seizures and migraine headaches,” Lana Whitner told WXIN. “He’s my lifeline right now.” The vehicle was later recovered on the east side, but police say Wrigley, […]

  • MMA fighter takes down man suspected of breaking into dad’s home

    SAN DIEGO — A mixed martial arts fighter said he took matters into his own hands after a suspected burglar was seen at his father’s house in San Diego. Sergio Hernandez Jr. chased down a man who was suspected of breaking a window of his dad’s home on 40th Street Monday morning, according to the San Diego Union-Tribune. “I noticed this guy standing in our property nearby dad’s window. I knew he was up to no good and had broke […]