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  • Couple finds buried treasure in their backyard worth $52,000

    STATEN ISLAND, NY — Have you ever wondered if treasure is buried in your backyard? Well for one New York couple, that’s just what happened. Matthew and Maria Colonna-Emanuel were replacing some trees in their backyard when they found a little ‘metal box,’ which they thought belonged to the electric company. To their surprise it was a safe, and inside was, “hundreds and jewelry, diamonds, engagement rings, dozens of rings, gold with jade – it was stunning,” Matthew Emanuel said. The […]

  • Who will walk Meghan Markle down the aisle on the big day?

    WINDSOR, ENGLAND — People are waiting and eyes are watching all over the world as the royal wedding draws near. The special occasion is now less than a day way, and as the final preparations are put in place, it has finally been revealed that Meghan Markel will walk herself down the aisle. Well at least half-way. Prince Charles is set to walk her the rest of the way to Prince Harry. So, the Prince of Wales won’t technically be […]

  • Dallas Police have a ‘quiet room’ dedicated for employees under stress

    DALLAS — The panic and fright a person has when they call 911 can not only be nerve-racking for them, but also for the person on the other end of the line. It’s a part of a 911 dispatcher’s job to deal with high stress calls, but after the call is over, adrenaline and mental stress can really take a toll. So, the Dallas Police Department created a place they are calling the “quiet room.” It’s stocked with calming oils, lounge […]

  • Man quits job with a rap in the middle of restaurant

    KANSAS CITY, MO — Talk about leaving in an orderly fashion, one man decided to quit at a Missouri Popeyes with an impromptu song. Right in the middle of a busy day, Cedrick Workuff, walked into the restaurant, mic in hand, song ready to go! “So I got an announcement. I’m quitting my job today,” Workcuff said. He continued to sing, “I found a better job. Man, I’m gone, y’all. See y’all never. I don’t really want to work here no […]

  • Dallas Police Department hosts memorial to honor officers

    DALLAS — Wednesday the Dallas Police Department marked the 2018 Police Memorial Day by paying their respects to those who have lost their lives in the line of duty. The event was packed and the mood was solemn as former and current officers along with their families and friends sat with heavy hearts watching the Dallas Police Choir. The ceremony included the “Roll Call of Honor,” a fly over by the Dallas Police helicopter, and a three volley salute. “It […]

  • Multiple people dead after storm tears through Northeast

    EAST COAST — Here in Texas it may feel like the middle of summer, even the official start of it is still about a month away, but for those in the northeast it’s still feeling and acting very much like spring. On Tuesday, a raging storm blew through the Mid-Atlantic and northeastern states claiming the lives of at least 2 people. One of those people was a man trying to wait out the storm in his truck but was killed […]

  • 10 employees of DFW airport companies indicted for drug smuggling

    DFW INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT — The aviation industry is in the headlines once again. But this time it isn’t because of what happened on an airplane but rather the special delivery that was made. On Tuesday, 10 people who work for companies at DFW International Airport were indicted for smuggling drugs after being caught in an undercover FBI operation over the span of almost two years. “In 2016, the FBI along with federal and other law enforcement agents began investigating individuals […]

  • Tesla’s autopilot strikes again after driver crashes into fire truck

    SALT LAKE CITY, UT — Tesla has another hit, literally! Another electric car is off the streets after crashing into a fire truck. Salt Lake City authorities say the driver was traveling at about 60 miles-per-hour when it slammed into the truck stopped at a red light. The driver admitted to looking at her phone before the vehicles collided, and the car was on autopilot. The human driver was able to get out with just a broken ankle, and the […]

  • Over 50 Palestinians killed as doors officially open to the U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem

    JERUSALEM — Protests broke out in Palestine over the official opening of the U.S. embassy in Jerusalem. Palestinians have their own claim on the holy city, and at least 55 people were killed by Israeli forces. More than a thousand were injured, all before the ceremony even began. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu thanked President Trump for moving the embassy. “What a glorious day, remember this moment,” he said. “This is history. President Trump, by recognizing history you have made […]

  • Supreme Court lets states legalize sports gambling

    WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Supreme Court cleared the way on Monday for states to legalize sports betting, striking down a 1992 federal law that had prohibited most states from authorizing sports betting. The 6-3 ruling is a victory for New Jersey and other states who have considered allowing sports gambling as a way to encourage tourism and tax revenue. The NCAA, NFL and NBA had backed the federal prohibition. The court said the federal law violated constitutional principles limiting the […]