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  • Pregnant woman fatally shot by boyfriend trying to end relationship, police say

    A man in an attempt to end the relationship, police said.

    Keosha Miller, 22, was shot around around 6:59 p.m. in the Faronia Square Townhomes, Memphis police said. 

    Brandon Freeman was seen by witnesses, fleeing the residence at a high rate of speed, police said. The witnesses

  • US deportation flight returns from Africa with all on board

    The did not go as planned this week, when the flight encountered some snags in Senegal and returned to the U.S. with all on board.

    U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement released a statement Saturday, saying relief flight crew members were “unable to get sufficient rest due

  • Anonymous donor buys every toy at Goodwill, gives them to children

    For nearly a decade, an anonymous donor has bought every toy in a Goodwill so that any child who walks through the door leaves with something. 

    Children who walked into the store on Saturday were invited to choose a toy, stuffed animal or a book, .

    Tarryn Henkelman

  • Bullied boy's confessional video resonating across the globe

    Holding back tears, a question. 

    "Just out of curiosity -- why do they bully? What's the point of it," said Keaton Jones. 

    Keaton's confessional video about bullying has been watched more than 17 million times. His mother posted it on Facebook after Keaton asked to

  • 3 doctors aboard flight save unresponsive woman

    A Tampa woman said during a flight home from Vietnam.

    Debbie Taylor said she started feeling sick on the plane and then became unresponsive.

    That's when three doctors administered CPR until the pilot could make an emergency landing in Alaska.

    "It feels really good to

  • Disney releases details on new gondola system, Disney Skyliner

    Disney released that will connect some of its theme parks and hotels at Walt Disney World.

    The information on the gondola system, called the Disney Skyliner. 

    Disney released new details and visuals on gondolas

  • Concussion expert irate when Texans’ QB returns after hard hit

    Hard hits are not unusual in the NFL, but the one Houston Texans quarterback Tom Savage took Sunday against the San Francisco 49ers was particularly scary. When Savage returned to the game moments later, it drew an angry response from the founding CEO of Concussion Legacy Foundation on Twitter.

  • Let it snow: Bills players, fans brave wintry conditions in Buffalo

    Buffalo Bills cornerback Tre’Davious White did his best to stay warm before Sunday’s game in western New York. 

    It wasn’t working.

    The Bills were hosting the Indianapolis Colts at New Era Field, and players, coaches and fans were exposed to a strong snowstorm

  • Watch: Dramatic finish at Dallas Marathon

    It was an agonizing finish, but a psychiatrist from New York City won the women’s division of the after stumbling a few times and getting some help before breaking the tape,  reported.

    Chandler Self, a Texas A&M graduate, won the women’s title in an unofficial

  • Massachusetts first responders rescue man from sinking car

    A Massachusetts man who  was rescued by the Winchendon Fire Department.

    According to the department's Facebook page, it received a call around 4 a.m. Sunday about a car that drove onto and crashed through Hunts Pond.

    When officers arrived on the scene, they found a car in

  • Sting performs at Florida Orchestra’s 50th Anniversary Gala

    Grammy Award-winning musician Sting performed Saturday night during the Florida Orchestra’s 50th Anniversary Gala in St. Petersburg,  reported.

    Sting, 66, who has won as a solo artist and as a member of The Police, sang some of his notable hits, including “Every Little

  • Police: Pro wrestler arrested in Florida after putting wife in headlock 

    A was arrested in Florida early Sunday after police said he put his wife in a headlock and dragged her into his car.

    Richard A. Swann, 26, of Orlando, was booked into the Alachua County Jail just after midnight on charges of simple battery and false imprisonment. World Wrestling

  • Watch: Comedian Hannibal Buress arrested in Miami

    A popular  early Sunday in Miami and video of his arrest is going viral.

    “Explain what I’m detained for,” Hannibal Buress asks Miami police officers repeatedly as he leans against a police car while handcuffed.

    Buress, 34, was booked into Miami-Dade

  • Alabama Sen. Richard Shelby 'can't vote' for Roy Moore

    Sen. Richard Shelby prefers a write-in candidate for Tuesday’s special election in Alabama instead of Republican candidate Roy Moore,  reported.

    “I'd rather see the Republican win, but I'd rather see a Republican write-in,” Shelby told CNN on Sunday. “I

  • Max Clifford, the 'King of Spin,' dies in UK prison

    Max Clifford, a celebrity publicist whose clients included O.J Simpson, David Beckham and Simon Cowell, died in a British prison,  reported Sunday. He was 74.

    Nicknamed the “King of Spin,” Clifford was serving an eight-year prison term after his 2014 conviction for

  • Back injury forces Lindsey Vonn to drop out of World Cup race

    After injuring her back in a World Cup race Saturday, skiing champion Lindsey Vonn withdrew from another scheduled super-G event Sunday before the race was canceled because of fog.

    Vonn tweeted her decision 45 minutes before Sunday’s race was to start, saying she was focused on

  • Impact of Ryan Shazier's injury felt at Ohio State

    As Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker begins recovery from , the former Ohio State University football star is in the thoughts and prayers of players at his alma mater. 

    Most of the current Buckeyes who met with reporters Friday night had a similar reaction when asked about

  • ‘Fargo’ actor Steve Reevis dies at 55

    Actor Steve Reevis, who had roles in the movies “Fargo,” and "Last of the Dogmen," died Thursday in Montana. He was 55.

    Ralph Foster, of the Foster Funeral Home, said Friday that Reevis died at a hospital in Missoula. He said he did not know the cause of death.


  • 'Frosty' display on interstate puts Florida commuters in holiday mood

    Sound barriers. Concrete overpasses. Amber Alert signs.

    Weary have little to see that pleases the eye.

    And, then, there he is: a smiling goofball, with top hat cocked, a corncob pipe in his mouth and his gigantic green mittens hanging over the roof of the Cheney Brothers food

  • Titans, Vols players offer support to bullying victim who made heartbreaking viral

    When a boy from the Knoxville, Tennessee, area , players for the Tennessee Titans and Vols football teams decided to step up.

    A video went viral Friday afternoon of a Knoxville boy .

    University of Tennessee sophomore receiver Tyler Byrd and freshman

  • WATCH: The Army-Navy national anthem in the snow was one to remember

    When it came to the  on Saturday, there was no doubt what the national anthem was going to look like in terms of participation, but the addition of snow to the equation made the moment that much more memorable.

    The rendition by the  was a hit on social media, with

  • Haunting video of starving polar bear goes viral, breaks hearts

    A  of a skeletal polar bear scavenging for food in a desolate landscape is going viral online. The clip of the bear, which , is gut-wrenching.

    Photographer Paul Nicklen, who has been with National Geographic for 17 years, says recording the video . He’s spent his

  • Prince William, Prince Harry announce sculptor for Princess Diana statue

    Prince William and Prince Harry are closing the year of the 20th anniversary of their mother’s death  the sculptor they have chosen to , .

    In a statement, the brothers revealed that they’ve hired , who created the effigy of Queen Elizabeth that has adorned

  • Thief steals Salvation Army donation kettle filled with money

    Someone  from a south Tulsa, Oklahoma, Walmart on Saturday.

    Officials said the kettle was padlocked to its tripod, . The tripod and credit card machine were recovered, but the kettle was not.

    "A kettle at a location like this will average at least $800 in a day. We

  • Donny Osmond celebrates 60th birthday with help from sister Marie

    Can you believe ? Neither can the baker who made his cake, apparently.

    The singer  with a little help from sister Marie and a cake that appears to indicate he’s actually turning 90 years old due to a hilarious mishap.


    “Right side up and upside down

  • Obama had the most-liked tweet of 2017; here's what it said

    Twitter has released its end-of-year stats and revealed that former President Barack Obama .

    His tweet, sent in August after white nationalists marched on Charlottesville, Virginia, has been liked 4.6 million times.  reads, “No one is born hating another person because

  • Fire trucks sync lights for musical Christmas video

    A  and creativity, releasing a special light show video set to Christmas music.

    The Sterling Fire Department synced “Carols of the Bells” with various station and siren lights, garnering thousands of views on social media. 

    Jason Bostron of the Sterling

  • Intruder killed by 84-year-old man was family member

    The  in Lawrence County early Friday morning has been identified as the shooter's nephew-in-law. 

    Investigators told Channel 11 the man has been identified as Dennis Mercadante, 49.

    Mercadante was identified by using facial recognition by Pennsylvania State Police. 

  • OU quarterback Baker Mayfield wins Heisman

    Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield went from walk-on to the best collegiate football player in the country, .

    Mayfield, who wears No. 6, is the sixth Sooner to win a Heisman. The other award winners are Billy Vessels (1952), Steve Owens (1969), Billy Sims (1978), Jason White (2003)

  • Boy, 10, becomes ‘Chief for a Day’ after calling 911 to save neighbor’s life

    Pheonix Bomar was walking home from school when he put his mother’s advice into action. 

    A neighbor was injured falling and started yelling for help. 

    Bomar, 10, ran to check on the man, and then called 911 and signaled for emergency responders when their sirens

  • Snow can’t stop ‘Star Wars’ actor John Boyega from ‘The Last Jedi’ premiere

    After tweeting Saturday that the snowstorm blanketing much of the south could keep “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” star John Boyega from attending the movie premiere, he has apparently landed in Los Angeles. 

    “I made it,” . “Without luggage but woohoo!&rdquo

  • Third-grade students save Florida Barnes & Noble from closing after writing CEO

    When book-loving found out that the nearby Daytona Beach Barnes & Noble bookstore was in danger of closing, they stepped up and wrote the CEO of the chain, begging him to keep the store open.

    The class mailed a personal letter to Barnes & Noble CEO Demos Parneros, who is based

  • Country's first private high-speed rail starts simulated service

    will begin simulated service this week, running 10 round-trip trains a day along the Florida East Coast Railway tracks as it later this year.

    The trains will not be carrying passengers. The company said the simulated service includes 10 northbound and 10 southbound trains running

  • Pet cemetery condition like a 'war zone,' pet owners say

    When for her dog 30 years ago at Garden of Pines Pet Cemetery, she never figured the sacred space would someday

    But when Cupp, of Hamilton, recently visited the Ross Township pet cemetery, that’s exactly what she found, she said.

    Large trees had been knocked over, limbs

  • WATCH: ‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-verse’ trailer released

    Sony Pictures released a trailer Saturday for its highly-anticipated animated Spider-Man film.The film, titled, "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-verse" will be released Dec. 21, 2018.

    With the tagline, "Enter a universe where more than one wears the mask," this film is a departure from

  • Man gouges his eyes during psychotic episode in jail, sues sheriff's office

    A Colorado man who gouged his eyes during a psychotic episode while incarcerated is suing the sheriff's office, claiming authorities failed to get him the treatment he needed.Ryan Partridge, 31, filed the lawsuit Thursday against the Boulder sheriff and county jail. He is accusing law enforcement

  • Stay safe while driving on black ice

    When winter hits, some of the country can deal with the aftermath of the snow and ice, while other areas, where snow is infrequent, may need a refresher on how to drive in what Mother Nature drops.

    One situation that can catch even the most seasoned driver off-guard

  • Police: Worker dies after being electrocuted at Ford Truck Plant

    Authorities are investigating after a worker died early Saturday morning at the Ford Truck Plant in Louisville, Kentucky.The man, whose identity has not been released, worked in the stamping department,  reported.

    The cause of death is believed to be electrocution.Authorities arrived to

  • Missouri woman wins lottery twice in single day

    A Missouri woman was visited by lady luck twice in one day.

    On Nov. 29. Veronica Buchanan won $1,000 on a $10 scratch-off ticket,  reported. Later in the day, she bought another $10 scratch-off ticket from the same store, and won $100,000.The lucky store was the Bellefontaine BP gas station

  • More ideas to keep kids entertained during a storm

    There’s only so much time you can spend playing video games or using a tablet. 

    So what can you do to keep the kiddos occupied when they’re stuck inside?

    Here are some ideas:

    X will mark

  • Police looking for smash-and-grab suspect who was more 'slip-and-slide'

    An alleged convenience store robber who has trouble staying on her feet is being sought by authorities in Michigan.The clumsy suspect, along with her two accomplices, are being sought in connection with at least two convenience store robberies over the past week, police told .


  • WATCH: Two men wanted for setting homeowner's Christmas wreath on fire

    Police in Arizona are looking for a pair of grinches who instead of stealing Christmas set afire a holiday symbol. Surveillance footage from the early morning hours of Dec. 3 shows two men approaching the front door of a home in Phoenix,  reported. Video footage shows the pair dousing the

  • Source: Marlins, Yankees agree on deal for slugger Giancarlo Stanton

    In a blockbuster deal, the New York Yankees and Miami Marlins have agreed to a trade that would send reigning National League MVP Giancarlo Stanton to New York, a source told The Associated Press on Saturday.

    The trade is not official yet, since Stanton must agree to the terms stipulated

  • Police: Accused bank robber visits court first

    An Albuquerque man made an unusual pit stop on his way to an alleged bank robbery: he visited a courthouse, police said.

    Ermond Overton stopped at the courthouse Thursday to ask for pen and paper to write a demand note,  reported.U.S. Marshals employees called police and Overton was arrested

  • First fire-related death confirmed in Southern California blazes

    A woman whose body was found at a crash site on an evacuation route in Southern California was confirmed as the first fire-related death in a series of wildfires,  reported Saturday.

    Virginia Pesola, 70, of Santa Paula, was found dead in a car that authorities said was involved

  • Florida mom seeks medical attention for son accused of killing grandmother

    The  of a Florida teenager accused of killing his grandmother said the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office is not properly managing her son’s diabetes and his situation is “extremely dangerous.”

    In a Dec. 9 letter to the Sheriff’s Office, Carrie Campbell-Mott

  • Six Flags cancels massive snowball fight due to ... real snow

    OK, how do we say this?

    Ummm, so, Six Flags in Austell had this  right? But when real snow blanketed metro Atlanta with the real stuff .

    And so, Six Flags announced on Twitter that the Cobb County amusement park would not open Saturday and reopen Sunday.

    Snow Mountain