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Jennifer Deutschmann



Actor Dwight Henry Eyed In 2006 Killing

Buttermilk Drop Bakery

Actor Dwight Henry is being eyed in a killing that remained unsolved for nearly nine years. On February 5, 2006, Leroy Paige was stabbed to death outside his New Orleans home. Although Henry was identified as the primary suspect, and subsequently arrested, criminal charges were never filed. Orleans Parish Assistant District Attorney Christopher Bowman is… Read more »

3-Year-Old Boy Shot In The Mouth By His 4-Year-Old Friend

Accidental Shooting

A 3-year-old boy was shot in the mouth by his 4-year-old friend. Although Michael Holzworth survived the shooting, he is currently hospitalized with serious injuries. Authorities in Snohomish County, Washington, believe the shooting was accidental. However, the incident remains under investigation. Jon Holzworth said the two boys were playing alone in a bedroom when he… Read more »

Ferguson Riots: Michael Brown’s Father Pleads For Violence To End [Video]

Michael Brown

Michael Brown’s father wants the rioting in Ferguson, Missouri, to end. Although he demands justice in his son’s shooting death, Michael Brown Sr. said violence and destruction are not the answer. On August 9, 18-year-old Michael Brown was shot and killed by officer Darren Wilson. As Brown was unarmed, his family, friends, and the community,… Read more »

Joe Arpaio Sues Obama Over New Immigration Policy

Executive Order

Sheriff Joe Arpaio has sued President Obama over his new immigration policy. On Thursday evening, the president revealed details of a controversial executive order. The new policy would allow an estimated five million illegal immigrants to remain in the United States. However, Arpaio argues that the order is unconstitutional. As stated in an official press… Read more »

Graco Recall: Strollers Pose Amputation Risk

Stroller Recall

Graco has announced the recall of five million strollers. The United States Consumer Product Safety Commission confirmed at least 11 children were injured on the strollers’ hinges. As a result, at least six children lost a finger. The recall includes Aspen, Breeze, Capri, Cirrus, Glider, Kite, LiteRider, Sierra, Solara, Sterling, TravelMate, and Travel Systems. The… Read more »

Leon Taylor Execution: Attorneys File Last-Minute Appeal

Death Penalty

Leon Taylor’s execution is scheduled for 12:01 a.m. Wednesday morning. However, his attorneys have asked Missouri’s Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals to grant a stay. In their appeal, Taylor’s attorneys argue that their client’s sentence is unjust. In addition to the appeal, Taylor’s attorneys have requested clemency from Missouri Governor Jay Nixon. In 1994, Leon… Read more »

Mama June Shannon Cleared Of Wrongdoing By Children and Family Services

Honey Boo Boo

Mama June Shannon was cleared of wrongdoing by Georgia’s Department of Children and Family Services. The government organization was alerted amid allegations that Shannon was dating a convicted pedophile and allowing him to spend time with her children. Although their investigation is ongoing, Georgia’s DCFS has determined that Alana “Honey Boo Boo,” Lauryn “Pumpkin,” and… Read more »

Boy George Cancels Culture Club Comeback Tour

Culture Club

Boy George has cancelled the much-anticipated Culture Club comeback tour. On his Facebook page, the iconic performer revealed that he is suffering with a polyp on one of his vocal chords. As the polyp is hemorrhaging, singing could cause serious and irreparable damage. Boy George said that he is “devastated” that he was forced to… Read more »

‘Kirk Cameron’s Saving Christmas’ Debuts With Scathing Reviews

Saving Christmas

Kirk Cameron’s Saving Christmas debuted over the weekend with scathing reviews. Despite making an estimated $1 million at the box office, the critics were not impressed. The limited-release holiday film was featured in select theaters beginning November 14. The cast includes Kirk Cameron, his sister Bridgette, and Darren Doane. Although Kirk is a seasoned actor… Read more »

Surfer Attacked By Shark In Indian Harbour Beach, Florida

Florida Shark Attack

A surfer was attacked and bitten by a shark in Indian Harbour, Florida. Authorities confirmed the 44-year-old man suffered a serious injury to his left hand. Although he was “bleeding profusely,” the unidentified victim is expected to survive. According to witness reports, the man was surfing off the shore of Bicentennial Beach Park when he… Read more »

Michelle Knight: Life Has Been A Struggle, But She ‘Would Change Nothing’

Ariel Castro

Michell Knight vanished without a trace on August 21, 2002. Eleven years later, she was found alive inside a Cleveland, Ohio, home. Authorities said Ariel Castro kidnapped Michelle Knight, Amanda Berry, and Gina DeJesus between 2002 and 2004. All three women were held captive inside his home, where they were repeatedly assaulted and raped. Although… Read more »

Brothers Grimm Restored To Include Original Blood And Gore

Fairy Tales

The Brothers Grimm stories were restored to their original, and uncut, glory. Although the German brothers are known for inventing the fairy tale, much of their original work was lost in translation. Their original collection, published in 1812, was titled Children’s and Household Tales. Although the title contained the word “children,” the folklore collection was… Read more »

Delta Air Lines Loses Passenger’s Dog

Delta Air Lines

Delta Air Lines is accused of losing a passenger’s dog. Frank Romano said Ty the pit bull has been missing for nearly two weeks. Although Delta admits the dog was booked on a flight from Los Angeles, California, to Tampa, Florida, they are unsure when or where he went missing. Romano was originally told that… Read more »

Are Monster Energy Drinks The Spawn Of Satan?

Monster Anti-Christian

A mysterious woman has claimed that Monster energy drinks are the spawn of Satan. Although she has not revealed her identity, the women appeared in a video to share her findings with the rest of the world. The video, which was filmed by ThatGuyBlev, was meant as a serious warning. However, the bizarre allegations have… Read more »

White Widow Reportedly Killed By A Russian Sniper

Samantha Lewthwaite

A suspected terrorist, known as the “White Widow,” was reportedly shot and killed by a Russian sniper. A native of Ireland, 30-year-old Samantha Lewthwaite is accused of participating in terrorist activities — including the September 2013 mass shooting at Kenya’s Westgate shopping mall. Lewthwaite was the widow of suicide bomber Germaine Lindsay. In 2005, Lindsay… Read more »

Jodi Arias Trial: Defense Claims Evidence Was Destroyed

Travis Alexander

Jodi Arias’ trial is set to continue after a two-week break. However, her defense team has made startling allegations. On Monday, Arias’ attorneys filed a motion to dismiss all charges. If nothing else, they have asked the court to spare their client’s life. In their motion for dismissal, the defense team accuses prosecutors and law… Read more »

Jerry Perenchio Bequeaths $500 Million Art Collection To L.A. County Museum

Los Angeles County Museum

Billionaire Jerry Perenchio has bequeathed his $500 million art collection to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. The collection contains 47 works of art, including original paintings by Cezanne, Degas, Magritte, Manet, Monet and Picasso. Although the donation is “the greatest gift of art to the LACMA in history,” Perenchio included one prerequisite: the… Read more »

Loretta Lynn Signs A Multi-Album Deal With Legacy Recordings

Country Music

Loretta Lynn has signed a multi-album deal with Legacy Recordings — a division of Sony Music. Although Legacy generally focuses on “greatest hits” albums, Loretta’s future albums will feature plenty of new material. As reported by Rolling Stone, Loretta Lynn has been composing and recording new music for the last seven years. In addition to… Read more »

McStay Family Mystery Solved, Suspect Arrested And Charged With Murder

Murder Mystery Solved

The fate of the McStay family remained a mystery for nearly five years. In February 2010, Joseph, 40, Summer, 43, Gianni, 4, and Joseph Mateo, 3, vanished without a trace. More than four years later, Charles “Chase” Merritt was arrested and charged with four counts of murder. California authorities confirmed Charles Merritt and Joseph McStay… Read more »

USPS Adds Sunday Delivery For The Holidays

Unites States Postal Service

USPS has announced plans to add Sunday delivery through the holidays. Officials have confirmed that Sunday delivery will begin on November 17 and extend through Christmas Day. Seven-day service will allow postal workers to meet an expected 12 percent increase in volume. During the 2013 holiday season, the Postal Service delivered 420 million packages and… Read more »

Kissing Bugs Invade Texas, Chagas Becoming A ‘Public Health Threat’

Chagas Disease

Kissing bugs have invaded Texas, and officials are concerned that Chagas disease is becoming a public health threat. In Houston alone, 17 residents were diagnosed with the devastating disease. However, it was assumed that they contracted Chagas while traveling outside the United States. A team of researchers, with the Baylor College of Medicine in Houston,… Read more »

California Woman Sentenced To 16 Years In Fake University Scam

Susan Su

A California woman, who is accused of running a fake university, was sentenced to 16 years in prison. Susan Xiao-Ping Su reportedly founded and ran Tri-Valley University as a front for an immigration scam. Authorities said Su, 44, made more over $5.6 million in profits while running the phony school. According to federal law, international… Read more »

Falling Tape Measure Kills Man At New Jersey Construction Site

Construction Worker Killed

A falling tape measure killed a man at a New Jersey construction site. Carly Baldwin from Jersey City’s department of public safety confirmed the incident occurred at approximately 9:00 a.m. Monday morning. Gary Anderson, 58, was fatally injured when the 1-pound tape measure struck his head. According to reports, the tape measure was originally in… Read more »

Deer With Fangs Spotted For The First Time In 60 Years

Musk deer

Four rare deer with fangs were spotted in northeast Afghanistan. The Wildlife Conservation Society confirmed a male, two females, and a juvenile were observed on three separate occasions. Wildlife officials said the species have not been seen or recorded in more than 60 years. Kashmir musk deer are commonly called “deer with fangs,” as the… Read more »

Griffith Park Attack: Suspect Arrested In Brutal Assault

Griffith Park

California authorities have confirmed an arrest in Monday’s Griffith Park attack. Although the suspect was not identified by name, he was arrested at approximately 7:30 p.m. on Monday evening. Authorities said the suspect matched an eyewitness description. On Monday afternoon, the victim was discovered on a Griffith Park hiking trail. Authorities confirmed the man, who… Read more »

Rurik Jutting: 29-Year-Old Banker Charged With Killing Two Women

Hong Kong Murders

Rurik Jutting is accused in the deaths of two women, whose bodies were found inside his Hong Kong apartment. The former Bank of America Merrill Lynch banker is accused of luring the women to his apartment under false pretenses. According to reports, he then proceeded to beat and stab the women to death. Authorities were… Read more »

Ann Maguire: Teen Sentenced To Life For Stabbing His Teacher To Death

Teen sentenced To Life

Beloved schoolteacher Ann Maguire was stabbed to death in front of her class at Corpus Christi Catholic college. Even more disturbing, her killer was a 15-year-old boy. On Monday, the teen was sentenced to life in prison. Although he will be eligible for parole in 20 years, the judge said “it’s quite possible that day… Read more »

Seven Dwarfs Mine Train Fire Ignited By Fireworks Display

Disney World Fire

The Seven Dwarfs Mine Train caught fire at approximately 11:00 p.m. on Saturday evening. The blaze was filmed and photographed by several Disney World guests and shared via social media. Although the fire looked ominous, Disney representatives have confirmed the fire is out and nobody was injured in the incident. Seven Dwarfs Mine Train on… Read more »

Walnut Creek Explosion Injures Three, Destroys Four Apartments

California Apartment Explosion

A Walnut Creek explosion injured three people and destroyed at least four apartments. Fire investigators have confirmed the blast was caused by butane, which was being used to manufacture hash oil. Although the suspects were severely burned in the explosion, they could face criminal charges. Authorities said the blast occurred at approximately 10:20 a.m. on… Read more »

Mama June Shannon Insists Her Children Are Her Top Priority

June Shannon

Mama June Shannon insists that her children are her top priority, despite rumors that she is dating a convicted child molester. On Sunday, several news agencies reported that Honey Boo Boo’s mother is dating Mark McDaniel. In 2004, McDaniel was convicted of molesting Anna “Chickadee” Cardwell. At the time of the assault, Anna was just… Read more »

Satanic Coloring Books Submitted To Florida Schools For Distribution

Satanic Coloring Book

Satanic coloring books were submitted to the Orange County, Florida, school board for distribution to students. The controversial books, which were provided by the Satanic Temple, include coloring pages and activities for young children. Although the school district currently allows the distribution of religious materials, the board may reconsider their policy. The Satanic Children’s Big… Read more »

Malaysia Airlines Sued By Boys Who Lost Their Father On Flight 370


Malaysia Airlines is being sued by two young boys, who lost their father on Flight 370. As stated in the lawsuit, the boys are seeking damages for emotional pain, mental distress, and loss of support. Their father, Jee Jing Hang, was one of 239 people aboard the March 8 flight from Kuala Lumpur to Bejing…. Read more »

Scientists Link 100 Genes To Autism


Scientists have linked up to 100 genes to the development of autism. A recent study, which was published in the medical journal Nature, suggests the disorder is likely caused by genetic, as opposed to environmental, factors. Researchers have identified up to 100 genes that increase the chances of developing autism by 90 percent. The identified… Read more »

Ferguson Police Chief Denies Rumors That He Plans To Resign

Thomas Jackson

Ferguson Police Chief Thomas Jackson has denied rumors that he plans to resign. Jackson’s position with the force has been in question since the shooting death of 18-year-old Michael Brown. On August 9, Brown was shot and killed by officer Darren Wilson. Although Wilson claims the teen was killed during a struggle, others believe the… Read more »

12,000-Light Halloween Home Back In Business [Video]

Halloween Display

A 12,000-light Halloween home was recently shut down by authorities in Riverside, California. Although the display will be moved to another location, a block party permit will allow the show to go on. The synchronized lights and music delighted the Riverside, California, community. However, authorities said the homeowner went to far. Kevin Judd was cited… Read more »

Off-Duty Officer Returns $120,000 Cash Found On Roadway

Money Bags On Roadway

An off-duty officer has returned $120,000, which was found on a California roadway. On September 17, the officer spotted two bags in the middle of Concord Boulevard. As she was forced to swerve around the bags, the officer stopped her vehicle to remove them from the roadway. She was stunned to discover the bags were… Read more »

O.J. Simpson’s Appeal For Release In Hands Of Nevada Supreme Court

Simpson Appeal For Release

O.J. Simpson’s appeal for release now rests in the hands of the Nevada Supreme Court. In October 2008, Simpson was convicted of 12 charges, including armed robbery and kidnapping. He is currently serving a nine to 33 year sentence. In their final brief, Simpson’s attorneys argued that the former football star is entitled to a… Read more »

Chocolate May Reverse Memory Loss

Chocolate Has Been Shown To Reverse And Improve Memory Loss

A recent study suggests chocolate could reverse memory loss. The data, which was compiled by neurologists at Columbia University Medical Center, was published in Sunday’s edition of Nature Neuroscience. Although the study was limited, the researchers concluded that a component of cocoa can improve memory and slow memory loss. The study included 37 participants between… Read more »

Mama June Denies Rumors That She Is Dating A Child Molester

Honey Boo Boo

Mama June is being accused of dating a convicted child molester. Although the rumors were reported by several news agencies, Honey Boo Boo’s mother has denied the allegations. Mama June admits she previously dated the man. However, the relationship reportedly ended over 10 years ago. The rumors began with an article posted by TMZ. According… Read more »

Bull Mastiff Reunited With His Family After 1300 Mile Journey

Bull Mastiff Reunited

A bull mastiff was reunited with his family after a 1,380 mile journey. Dani and Jason Windham said Koda the dog escaped his enclosure in early August. Although he was missing for nearly three months, Koda was reunited with the Windhams on Monday. The couple credits a microchip and a good Samaritan with helping Koda… Read more »

Allen Prue Convicted Of First-Degree Murder In The Death Of Melissa Jenkins

Allen Prue Guilty

A Vermont jury has found Allen Prue guilty of first-degree murder, conspiracy to commit murder, and attempted kidnapping. Prue and his wife are accused in the 2012 death of 33-year-old schoolteacher Melissa Jenkins. According to reports, Allen Prue was obsessed with the single mother. In an attempt to appease her husbands fantasies, Patricia Prue helped… Read more »

Toys R Us Removes ‘Breaking Bad’ Dolls From Shelves Amid Controversy

Toys R Us

Toys R Us has voluntarily removed Breaking Bad dolls from their shelves. Although the dolls were not designed for small children, at least one parent argued that they are “a dangerous deviation from [Toys R Us’] family friendly values.” Breaking Bad is a crime drama series, which originally aired from 2008 to 2013. The series… Read more »

Elderly Woman Survives In The Desert For Five Days

Ethel Crescenzo

An elderly woman survived five days in the Sonoran Desert. Authorities said Ethel Crescenzo, 79, was traveling to a casino when she became hopelessly lost. Although she is being treated for dehydration, she is expected to survive the ordeal. Ethel’s son, George Crescenzo, said his mother was headed toward Scottsdale when she took a wrong… Read more »