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  • Granny caught: Woman accused of murdering two caught in Texas

    SOUTH PADRE ISLAND, TX — She is known as the Grandma on the run, but her luck has run out. 56-year-old Lois Riess, who was wanted for the murders of her husband in Minnesota and a doppelganger in Florida has finally been arrested on South Padre Island. Police received a tip from someone who spotted this alleged killer grandma at a restaurant, and 25 minutes later she was in handcuffs. “Authorities in the area received a tipster call from a witness […]

  • Dallas police investigating whether R. Kelly ‘intentionally’ gave woman STD

    DALLAS — There’s been another allegation made against the embattled R&B singer R. Kelly. This time, from a Dallas woman who claims Kelly intentionally gave her an STD. “He saw her because she was young and impressionable and he can take advantage of her, said the woman’s lawyer, Lee Merrit. “It wasn’t just sex, he saw to excerpt psychological dominance over her using a serious of tactics that he has honed over two decades as a seasoned predator.” The woman, who […]

  • Mount Carmel 25 years later: The home of the Branch Davidians then and now

    WACO, TX — It has been 25 years since the 51 day siege at Mount Carmel ended in a deadly fire. Shortly after the blaze, the building that once stood there, where the Branch Davidians lived, was torn down. Today, that plot of land is almost unrecognizable.  Take a look for yourself as we take an aerial tour of how the place has changed in decades that followed the deadly standoff that took the lives of four ATF agents and […]

  • ‘Confirmation bias’ at work after release of Garland police video?

    GARLAND — Is it possible for two videos of the same scene tell a different story? Or do people see what they want to see and use that as confirmation bias – which is defined as: “The tendency to interpret new evidence as confirmation of one’s existing beliefs or theories”? Here’s the background: in short, a Garland police officer arrested this man — Jon Moore — for basically walking down the street instead of the sidewalk. Moore posted this video — […]

  • It’s Shotime: Shohei Ohtani making a name for himself as a pitcher and hitter

    ARLINGTON — His name – Shohei Ohtani – may not be a household name in the states just yet, but if he keeps up the success he’s had in the very beginning of the baseball season, it soon will be. “He’s just amazing. I mean, when do you get a pitcher and a hitter in the same ability? So you know, we’er here to see history in the making,” said one fan who traveled all the way from England to see […]

  • One of Dallas’ oldest homes moved after 133 years

    DALLAS — Literally moving a house can be quite the feat. And that’s exactly what’s being done right now in Dallas to a house that was built in 1885 in The Cedars, just south of Downtown. “We have so few Queen Anne Victorian houses left in Dallas and this one was very endangered. And a magic thing happened recently! The community, the entire community, came together and said, ‘we are going to save this house,'” said Virginia McAlester with Preservation […]

  • Accountant gets call to be emergency goalie for the Chicago Blackhawks – and stops all seven shots he faces

    CHICAGO – A 36-year-old accountant got a surprise call to play goalie for the Chicago Blackhawks Thursday night, and he had the game of his life. “Well the initial shock happened when I had to dress, and then I think you just kind of black out after that.” Emergency goalie Scott Foster reflects on his @NHL debut. #FosterOfThePeople pic.twitter.com/6MZs61fnfS — Chicago Blackhawks (@NHLBlackhawks) March 30, 2018 During warmups for Thursday’s game with the Jets, Chicago goaltender Anton Forsberg suffered a […]

  • Blue Cross Blue Shield dispute with Texas Health Resources could bring healthcare headaches for thousands

    NORTH TEXAS — It’s something you’re probably unaware of, but it can have a huge ramification in your life. You see, Texas Health Resources, the company that owns the likes of Presbyterian, Arlington Memorial, and a bevy of other properties throughout North Texas is in a contract dispute with Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas, which insures roughly 150,000 people in the area. The dispute reportedly hinges on THR asking for $1 billion more from Blue Cross over the span of […]

  • Woman’s simple mistake while battling illness leads to liver failure

    CLEVELAND – Stephanie Soriano took over-the-counter medication while fighting the flu in January. The busy mom wanted to knock out the illness so she could keep going. “I was taking Tylenol during the day (and) towards the evening as well. At nighttime, so I could sleep, I took NyQuil,” Soriano told WJW. “Then, I would wake up around 2 to 3 in the morning and take Theraflu as well.” Although everything she took would work on cold symptoms, they all […]

  • Did Katy Perry just #MeToo an American Idol contestant?

    LOS ANGELES, CA — Katy Perry may have kissed a girl and liked it, but the 19-year old she stole a kiss from on American Idol didn’t really appreciate Perry’s move. And neither did social media. It all started when the contestant – Benjamin Glaze – mentioned he’d never been kissed (relevant part begins at :20). Glaze told the New York Times the experience left him feeling “uncomfortable.” And in the era of #MeToo, many on social media viewed what Perry did […]