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  • Man gets $40,000 worth of handbags mistakenly delivered to him – returns them to Neiman-Marcus

    LOS ANGELES–What if you woke up one morning and found $40,000 worth of handbags mistakenly delivered to your door? Would you consider them gifts and call it a day or would you return them to their rightful owner? Well, that’s the dilemma Matthew Hwang faces last week. He apparently received a package from Neiman Marcus that included Chanel bags and a receipt for nearly $40,000! And yes, we know what you’re thinking: did he keep them? Nope. He actually returned […]

  • Police in London considering manslaughter charges in Grenfell Tower fire that killed 79 people

    Police in London are now considering manslaughter charges after learning the deadly fire at Grenfell Tower was, in part, caused by insulation and tiles on the building. They apparently failed safety tests done after the fact. That has investigators wondering if the cladding used in a recent refurbishment of the tower was illegal and why the fire spread quickly throughout the building. And that’s not all. Officials also discovered the fire started in a refrigerator. The government wasted no time […]

  • Parker County baby drowns while mother is on Facebook

    PARKER COUNTY–Every once in a while, we hear a story that has us wondering, “what the heck was she thinking?” And this story, sadly, is one of those. A baby in Parker County, west of Fort Worth, drowned while her mother was on Facebook. Yeah, 21-year-old Cheyenne Summer Stuckey apparently left her 6-month-old baby in the tub with the water running, while she chatted with friends on Facebook. Stuckey told the investigators she left little Zayla Hernandez in the tub, […]

  • Study suggests link between legal weed and spike in car accidents

    Drivers in several states around the country are taking the high road – which, according to a new study, is causing a spike in car accidents. Yeah, recreational marijuana became legal in Colorado, Washington and Oregon just a few years ago. And according to a study by the Highway Loss Data Institute, those states have since seen an increase in insurance claims filed for car accidents. Colorado has seen a 14% increase, Washington has seen a 6% increase and Oregon […]

  • Dog follows street-view photographer around island, photobombs every shot

    JUKDO, South Korea — How do you become Google famous? Just become a tour guide for one of its photographers. That’s what one Golden Retriever did! The furry resident on South Korea’s tiny island of Jukdo was so amused by a visitor, he decided to follow him around the entire island. The four-legged tour guide tagged along with a Google street-view photographer and it totally paid off — because he managed to photobomb just about every picture the photographer took. […]

  • Uber Out: CEO steps down

    Uber’s main driver is officially out of the picture. Founder Travis Kalanick resigned as CEO Tuesday after months of chaos surrounding his leadership. It comes the week after he announced he was taking a leave of absence following the death of his mother.  Apparently, that wasn’t enough for some of Uber’s top investors. They said the company needed a change and demanded Kalanick step down. In a letter to employees, Kalanick said, “I never thought I’d be writing this. I […]

  • Dashcam video of Philando Castile shooting released to the public

    ST. ANTHONY, Minn. — You’ve seen the video recorded by Philando Castile’s girlfriend’s video over and over. It shows the moments after Philando Castile was shot and killed by a Minnesota cop during a traffic stop last summer. His girlfriend began live-streaming on Facebook, showing Castile bleeding and slumped in the driver’s seat of the car. It apparently wasn’t enough to convict the cop on Friday. A jury found Officer Jeronimo Yanez not guilty. So, what did the jury see […]

  • The U.S. reacts to Otto Warmbier’s death just days after his return from North Korean prison

    The death of 22-year-old American, Otto Warmbier, has sparked outrage in the U.S. Warmbier died on Monday, just days after being released from North Korea where he was detained for trying to steal a propaganda poster. He was sentenced to 15 years of hard labor, but was returned to the U.S. 17 months later in a coma and with severe brain damage. “A lot of bad things happened, but at least we got him home to be with his parents,” […]

  • New study: nearly 1300 children in the U.S. die each year in shootings

    Are guns taking a toll on kids? A new study in the Journal Pediatrics says the answer is yes. The study found that nearly 1,300 children in the U.S. die in shootings each year, and almost 6,000 survive gunshot wounds. These numbers make gunshot wounds the third leading cause of death for children ages 1-17. Alex Del Carmen is a gun expert. He says, “It can actually mean a lot of different things. On one hand, it can be access […]

  • Another terrorist attack in London, this time targeting Muslims

    Another horrific terrorist attack shakes the city of London. “It was an attack that, once again, targeted the ordinary and the innocent going about their daily lives,” British Prime Minister Theresa May said. And this time, it targeted Muslims, shortly after Ramadan prayers. One person is dead, and 10 others are injured after a van plowed into crowds if worshipers outside Finsbury Park Mosque early Monday morning. The CEO of Muslim Welfare House, Toufik Kacimi said, “the guy after doing […]