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  • ‘Secret Sister’ holiday gift exchange scam is back

    Now that the holidays are here, so are social media posts about a gift exchange that promises you’ll get between 6 and 36 gifts if you participate. Don’t fall for it — it’s a scam! The same scam surfaced in previous years, too. The so-called “secret sister” gift exchange has circulated widely on Facebook, Reddit and various forums, according to Snopes.  The posts often promise participants 36 gifts in exchange for one present valued at $10. Snopes pointed out that, despite […]

  • Rare buck with three antlers photographed in Michigan

    MICHIGAN — A photographer in Michigan captured images of a very unique deer: it has three antlers. Steve Lindberg is a former state representative from the Upper Peninsula. He’s also an amateur photographer who tries to post one nature-related photo a day to social media, The Detroit Free Press reports. He wrote on Facebook: “Five days before rifle season for Whitetail Deer and look who I get to see, along with his girlfriend. A three antlered, nine or twelve point buck […]

  • Oklahoma lawmakers want to rename part of Route 66 after President Trump

    OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla.  – Two lawmakers in Oklahoma have filed a bill to rename a portion of Route 66 “President Donald J. Trump Highway.” The bill was filed Tuesday by Senators Nathan Dahm and Marty Quinn. The senators wrote in the bill that they would pay for any costs associated with the renaming. SB 1089 could be heard as early as February 2020. The lawmakers propose the change would happen November 1, 2020.

  • Woman loses her mother’s wedding ring while passing out Halloween candy

    Voiles said her hope is that a parent who took their kid to the house with the pirate ship happens to see this story.

  • Veteran in hospice gets to see his beloved dog one last time

    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – A veteran living out his finals days was able to see his beloved dog one last time. Albuquerque Animal Welfare shared the emotional story along with photos on their Facebook page. John Vincent was admitted to the Hospice Center at the Raymond G. Murphy Veterans Affairs Medical Center last week. Since he has no family in the area, he had to surrender his dog Patch to the shelter. “John Vincent may not have much time left,” said […]

  • Iowa family’s basement floods with 5 inches of blood

    The blood would have continued rising if it weren't for his sump pump.

  • New Orleans hotel under construction collapses

    NEW ORLEANS – A massive collapse at the Hard Rock Hotel construction site in downtown New Orleans dumped debris across the road and prompted evacuations at nearby buildings. Buildings surrounding the collapse were evacuated, and shocked people spilled onto the road as NOPD officers worked to secure the scene. During a Saturday morning news briefing, emergency workers told FOX4 sister station WGNO that one person was killed – with 18 hurt, and three more unaccounted for. LATEST on Hard Rock […]

  • ‘Darrel the Barrel’ floats across Lake Michigan, becomes social media star

    In the digital age, anything's possible right? Enter new social media influencer - this construction barrel. Apparently, his sisters, Carol, Meryl, and Cheryl, were worried sick.

  • School district calls homework assignment about running from cops ‘unacceptable’

    PITTSBURGH —  When a woman in Pittsburgh posted a homework assignment for first graders that involved two people running from the police, it was shared more than a thousand times. The assignment involved two people named Tom and Rob running from a cop. “Tom will run. He will run from the cop. Tom will run with Rob. They will not stop,” the reading assignment said. In a statement on Facebook, the Pittsburgh Public Schools called the assignment “inappropriate.” They said it […]

  • Chicken recall expands due to possible listeria contamination

    The USDA has announced a large recall of chicken sold at stores nationwide due to concerns about listeria contamination. Tip Top Poultry, Inc. has recalled an undetermined amount of ready-to-eat poultry products that were used in additional products, including possibly being served from a deli counter in grocery stores. The frozen cooked, diced or shredded, RTE chicken products were produced between January 21, 2019 and September 24, 2019. The products subject to recall can be found here. A list of the retailers that sold the chicken […]

  • President Trump gives Medal of Freedom to former Attorney General Edwin Meese

    WASHINGTON — President Trump presented the Medal of Freedom to former Attorney General Edwin Meese on Tuesday. The 87-year-old served as attorney general during the Reagan administration. Meese was known as President Ronald Reagan’s right hand man. On Tuesday he stood with President Trump to receive the nation’s highest civilian honor. “I couldn’t be happy or more grateful to any person than for what you’ve given us here today,” Meese said. Meese served as the 75th United States Attorney General […]

  • Police: Pennsylvania groom charged with sexually assaulting wife’s bridesmaid before wedding

    SMITHFIELD TOWNSHIP, Pa.  — A groom is facing sexual assault charges after investigators say he forced himself on his wife-to-be’s bridesmaid. Police said it happened while the wedding party and friends were celebrating before the nuptials at a resort near Stroudsburg. Three pictures, confirmed by a neighbor, show Daniel Carney and his now-wife as a happy couple. Now investigators in Monroe County say it was the events leading up to their wedding that led to sexual assault charges for allegedly […]

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