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  • Surveillance Video Captures Firefighters Saving Southern California Home Amid Woolsey Fire

    (KTLA) – A grateful family is hoping for a chance to thank the firefighters who saved their Oak Park home from the flames of the Woolsey Fire last week, as the homeowners watched via surveillance camera footage. FOX40 sister station KTLA reports Courtney McClain said her Ring home security camera alerted her of activity as she and her family were fleeing their endangered neighborhood. She saw flames fast approaching her house in the footage. “My sister and I are crying. […]

  • Hunter Bags Two-Headed Buck – Sort Of

    BALLARD COUNTY, Ky. – A hunter had to take a double take when he bagged a rare buck in western Kentucky, according to WXIN. The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources says Bob Long took aim at the deer after he saw the big antlers in the distance in Ballard County. However, when Long approached the deer, what he found was truly astounding – it had two heads, sort of. The decomposing head of another buck was attached to the deer’s […]

  • Serial Killer Could Be Connected to 90 Slayings

    A 78-year-old man already serving three life sentences for murder may be one of the most prolific serial killers ever in the US. Samuel Little, convicted in 2014 of slaying three women in California in the late 1980s, has provided authorities from across the nation with information about more than 90 murders committed over some 30 years, NBC reports. A grand jury in Ector County, Texas, indicted Little, also known as Samuel McDowell, in the 1994 cold case murder of Denise Christie Brothers in […]

  • Dolphin Found Shot to Death on California Beach

    MANHATTAN BEACH, Calif. – A dolphin died from an apparent bullet wound earlier this month on Manhattan Beach in Southern California, authorities said Friday. The dolphin was found on Nov. 8 after officials responded to reports of a dolphin washing up in the surf and had one bullet hole, Peter Wallerstein, of the Marine Animal Rescue, said. “There is no excuse for such brutality against these beautiful animals,” the Marine Animal Rescue said on its Facebook page. Dozens of people […]

  • New Photos in Search for ‘Most Wanted’ Man Accused of Raping 16-Month-Old Boy

    LAWRENCEBERG, Tenn. – Tennessee authorities released new photos Friday of a fugitive suspected of raping a 16-month-old boy. The Lawrenceberg Police Department and the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation are hoping the public can help them track down Simon Dean Porter, who is wanted for aggravated rape of a child. “The suspect in the rape of a young child in Lawrenceburg has been added to our Top Ten Most Wanted list,” the TBI tweeted Friday. “We’re hoping to spread this throughout […]

  • North Carolina Man’s Runny Nose Turns Out to be Leaking Brain Fluid

    JOHNSTON COUNTY, N.C. – Greg Phillpotts said his runny nose tormented him for five years – last year his family’s Thanksgiving feast was ruined when fluid suddenly poured from one nostril and into the food, WTVD reports. “I was preparing a meal and standing in the kitchen and it just added itself to the ingredients — it screwed up the whole dinner,” the North Carolina father said. While he had surgery to correct the issue in September, he spoke recently […]

  • Man Drags His Love From Burning Home: ‘I Would Have Died Getting Her Out’

    DINWIDDIE COUNTY, Va. – The love Anthony Moore has for Delores Palmer burns hotter than the fire that destroyed the couple’s Dinwiddie County home. The couple lost most of their possessions in the Thursday morning fire. But they still have each other. “I [wasn’t] coming out there without her,” Moore told WTVR. “I would have died getting her out.” An electric space heater sparked the fire that burned their Williamson Road home, the couple said. Moore said Palmer was in the […]

  • Five Years Later, ‘Batkid’ is Now Cancer-Free

    Five years ago, he saved the city – and it appears that somewhere along the line, more than just that was saved. Miles Scott, aka Batkid, made headlines in 2013 when the Make-A-Wish Foundation granted the then-5-year-old’s wish to be the Caped Crusader for a day. As Batkid, Miles had a day of adventures in San Francisco, with thousands of residents coming together to help him live out his dream. Now, Make-A-Wish has published an update on the 10-year-old and says the 5th-grader is enjoying life […]

  • Hundreds of ‘Flat Earth’ Believers Gather in Colorado for Conference

    AURORA, Colo. – It looks flat, it feels flat, for all intents and purposes, the world is flat according to “flat Earth” believers. “Was there ever any debate when you were in first grade and you were learning about cosmology? Was there anyone who disputed it ever in your whole life? but now?”  Dorothy Novak, flat Earth believer, said to KDVR. Well, conventional wisdom and science say the world is indeed round, right? “Look with your own eyes. Go out to […]