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  • Man accused of trying to carjack three New Mexico football players

    ALBUQUERQUE – Police arrested a suspected carjacker who apparently made a poor choice of potential victims. Albuquerque officers booked 20-year-old Angelo Martinez after the attempted robbery last week, according to KRQE. The players said they saw Martinez hanging around the Loma Linda Community Center football field, but had no idea who he was, according to KOAT. When they walked to their car, one of the players told KOAT Martinez was “acting sketchy as if he was trying to get in.” […]

  • Ohio teen saved by heart transplant passes away on the first day of school

    GOSHEN, Ohio — As he prepared for his first day back to school — even posing for a photo on his front porch — there was no sign anything was wrong with 13-year-old Peyton West. But less than an hour later,  the 13-year-old passed away after being rushed to the hospital. WCPO reports that Peyton was born with hypoplastic left heart syndrome and needed three open-heart surgeries before his fifth birthday. His health took another turn in March, and he […]

  • Teens rally for love and peace at Robert E. Lee monument in Virginia

    RICHMOND, Va. — A group of teens gathered to spread hope with a love-filled, peace rally near the Robert E. Lee monument on Monument Avenue in Richmond Thursday, according to WTVR. The rally was planned before the weekend events in Charlottesville and the wave of nationwide Confederate monument talk that followed. “It was a perfect time to showcase love and peace,” said Amiri Richardson-Keys, owner of the Arts Community Center. “We are getting an enormous amount of love, it’s unbelievable […]

  • Spanish police kill 4 terror suspects in shootout south of Barcelona

    CAMBRILS, Spain – Four terrorists were killed early Friday in Cambrils, Spain, and a fifth person is in police custody, Catalan police tweeted. Authorities say there is an ongoing police operation, but the situation is under control. One man in Cambrils posted video on Twitter he said was taken near his parents’ home in which a barrage of gunshots can be heard as people run for cover: Ahora mismo en #Cambrils (no son imágenes fuertes, solo se escuchan tiros). Primero en […]

  • 20 seconds ‘all it took’: Oregon man left partially blind by 1963 eclipse

    PORTLAND – A Portland man who watched a solar eclipse in 1963 says the experience left him partially blind in one eye, according to KPTV, and now he wants everyone to know the warnings about eye damage during the upcoming eclipse are no joke. Back then, it was a total solar eclipse in Alaska and Canada, but the path of totality did not come through Oregon. Still, Louis Tomososki remembers being 16 years old and watching it unfold from the […]

  • Natalee Holloway’s father finds human remains in Aruba, says they could be his daughter’s

    The father of Natalee Holloway announced Wednesday that he and an investigator recently found human remains behind a home in Aruba, NBC reports. Natalee Holloway, an 18-year-old from Mountain Brook, disappeared in Aruba during a graduation trip 12 years ago. No one has ever been arrested in connection with her disappearance. Her father, Dave Holloway, said that the remains were found following an 18-month investigation. The remains are being DNA tested to determine if they belong to Natalee. “When we determined […]

  • Mother shares heartbreaking photo after daughter dies from heroin overdose in Michigan

    DETROIT — A Michigan mother hopes a heartbreaking photo of her holding her daughter before she was taken off life support raises awareness of addiction. Cheryl Towery made the decision on Monday to take daughter Elaina Towery off life support after her vital organs were failing and a scan showed no brain activity, according to WJBK. Elaina has battled issues with addiction for years and is believed to have died from an overdose of heroin laced with fentanyl. Cheryl says her […]

  • Heartwarming photo shows boy napping with his cow at Iowa State Fair

    WILLIAMSBURG, Iowa — A photo snapped at the Iowa State Fair shows a boy and his cow cuddled up, exhausted after several days of work before the event. Mitchell Miner and his bovine pal, Audri, spent weeks preparing for the Iowa State Fair’s youth dairy cattle show, according to the Des Moines Register.  To get ready for the fair, Miner led, bathed, clipped and walked Audri regularly leading up to the competition. On the day of the contest, Miner woke up […]

  • Pop-up Cheetos restaurant opens in New York City with more than 1,000 people on wait list

    NEWY ORK CITY – A big, bold, flavorful culinary concept is coming to life in the Tribeca neighborhood of Manhattan. The grilled cheeses are buttered up and the tables are all set for a 3-day only Cheetos-inspired pop-up restaurant with a menu created by Food Network’s Anne Burrell. “The playing and creating of the menu and tasting and then just eating Cheetos was really a blast,” Burrell said. The Spotted Cheetah opened Monday and will keep serving up cheesy dishes until Aug. 17th. […]

  • Obama’s Charlottesville tweet is now the most liked in Twitter history

    Former President Barack Obama’s tweet reacting to the attack in Charlottesville, Virginia, is the most liked tweet ever on the social network. Obama tweeted a quote from Nelson Mandela’s 1994 autobiography “Long Walk to Freedom” Saturday that said, “No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin or his background or his religion. People must learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate, they can be taught to love, for love comes more […]

  • Deputies arrest protester accused of helping topple Confederate statue in North Carolina

    DURHAM, N.C. – Deputies arrested a North Carolina college student for her alleged role in tearing down a Confederate monument during a protest Monday outside Durham County’s former courthouse, WTVD reports. Takiyah Thompson, 22, is charged with two felony counts –  participation in a riot with property damage in excess of $1,500 and inciting others to riot where there is property damage in excess of $1,500 – as well as disorderly conduct by injury to a statue and damage to real […]

  • Texas father walks son to his first day of kindergarten – and his first day of college

    DALLAS – A viral photo shared on Twitter shows a father walking his son to school on his first day of kindergarten – and on his first day of college. Charles Brockman III shared the photo of him and his father walking to school on his first day of kindergarten and a recent photo of his dad helping him move in to his dorm at college. He tweeted: “From the first day of kindergarten to college move in. Thank you […]