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  • ‘Most ridiculous thing ever’: Ohio officials split building in two to solve property dispute

    RUGGLES TOWNSHIP, Ohio — An Ohio man says local officials cut a building in half to end a property dispute with him. It happened in Ruggles Township following a complaint by Brett Galloway, who contends township officials constructed a building that was partly on his property. “It is pretty much the most ridiculous thing ever,” Galloway told WJW. He said he has tried negotiating with township leaders since January, but last week, when they didn’t reach an agreement, officials put […]

  • Parent ‘extremely lucky’ after pole skewers car – minutes after school drop-off

    THOMASVILLE, N.C. — One North Carolina parent had a terrifyingly close call during a crash Friday morning. Thomasville police shared photos of the car crash near Winston Street. “No injuries but extremely lucky!” police said in the Twitter post. The parent driving had just dropped off their child at school when they crashed into a utility pole and the pole ended up smashing through one of the backseat windows. Police closed Salem Street from Winston Street to Lodge Drive. According […]

  • ‘Here I am’: Suzanne Somers posts ‘birthday suit’ picture to celebrate 73rd birthday

    Thousands of fans applauded actress and lifestyle guru Suzanne Somers for the picture she posted on Instagram to celebrate her 73rd birthday. “Here I am at 73 in my Birthday Suit!!!” she captioned the photo. In it, she appears to be naked and covering her breasts with her arms. View this post on Instagram Here I am at 73 in my Birthday Suit!!! A post shared by Suzanne Somers (@suzannesomers) on Oct 16, 2019 at 10:07am PDT “Happy Birthday to […]

  • Coach lost both legs, his left hand and some fingers – but not his positive outlook

    The coach went in for a four-hour procedure on his heart. Complications almost cost him his life.

  • White House reaches ceasefire agreement with Turkey while lawmakers on Capitol Hill weigh sanctions bill

    The ceasefire included an immediate 120-hour military pause while Kurdish forces move to a safe zone. Then, a permanent ceasefire is set to follow.

  • Hospitals scramble as they face shortage of a vital cancer drug for children

    SACRAMENTO, Calif.  — The University of California, Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center is one of the many cancer treatment centers nationwide dealing with a shortage of the generic drug Vincristine. Vincristine is a standard treatment, primarily for children with leukemia, lymphoma, bone and brain cancers. Around two weeks ago, drugmaker Pfizer faced production problems. The other maker of Vincristine, Teva Pharmaceutical Industries, had stopped production for business reasons. “It is an essential drug in almost all of our pediatric cancers,” Dr. […]

  • Rare black coyote caught on camera in Texas after 3-month search

    AUSTIN — This handsome black coyote couldn’t look any more peaceful as it posed for a picture in a rural area in Austin, Texas. The rare creature was finally caught on camera after a painstaking three-month search conducted by wildlife officers from the Austin Animal Center. When they started receiving reports of a black coyote in Austin, wildlife officers set up cameras to try to find it — but it was months before the shy animal finally showed its face. […]

  • Dog runs over Alabama owner with man’s own four-wheeler

    LOXLEY, Ala. — A man was injured in a four-wheeler accident off Highway 59 in Alabama on Thursday, Oct. 18. Authorities say the man was airlifted to the hospital after he was run over by his own four-wheeler near a Bunny Bread Outlet store. Police say the man had his dog tied to the four-wheeler, and the dog tried to run off, pushing the throttle and causing the four-wheeler to hit accelerate and strike him. Highway 59 was shut down […]

  • Oklahoma girl, 9, mauled by dogs that escaped from shelter

    WANETTE, Okla. — A 9-year-old Oklahoma girl is recovering after she was viciously attacked by three dogs that got loose on her street. Pottawatomie County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to a call Tuesday evening for a child who had been bitten by a dog. “Well, when (the deputy) gets out there, he realizes it’s much, much different than that,” said Sheriff Mike Booth. The 9-year-old was huddled in her mother’s arms, covered in a blanket when the deputy arrived. When […]

  • Man with own name tattooed on neck arrested for falsely ID’ing himself

    A police mugshot shows the "Matty B" tattoo across his throat.

  • California mom diagnosed with cancer early in her pregnancy gives birth to healthy boy

    RANCHO CUCAMONGA — When Jade Devis was diagnosed with a rare form of breast cancer during the first trimester of her pregnancy, she was warned that a difficult and dangerous road was ahead. After surgery, chemotherapy and four months of worry, Devis, 36, gave birth in July to her “miracle child,” Bradley. And Devis herself has responded very well to treatment for her aggressive cancer. “Devis finishes her final round of infusion therapy at the end of November, but she’s grateful […]

  • New Virginia Women’s Monument unveiled — with a typo

    RICHMOND, Va. — After years of planning and work, a first of its kind monument celebrating women in Virginia was unveiled Monday – with a typo. The Virginia Women’s Monument includes seven bronze statues honoring prominent women in the state’s history, as well as a wall including 230 other names. It also includes a sundial around those statues and that’s what many people in the community are buzzing about. There are dozens of localities inscribed in the sundial, including Loudoun, […]

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