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Jennifer Deutschmann



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 »

Hannah Graham: Missing UVA Student Is Reportedly Dead

Hannah Graham

Hannah Graham has been missing since the early morning hours of September 13. On Saturday afternoon, authorities discovered human remains behind an abandoned home. Officials have reportedly confirmed that the remains belong to the missing UVA student. The missing teen was last seen at the Tempo Restaurant with 32-year-old Jesse Matthew. Although the suspect was… Read more »

Michael Dunn Sentenced To Life Without Parole In Loud Music Trial

Loud Music Trial

Michael Dunn was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole. Dunn is accused in the shooting death of 17-year-old Jordan Davis. Authorities said the teen was killed because he and his friends were listening to loud music. On November 23, 2012, Dunn was visiting Jacksonville, Florida, for his son’s wedding. On the… Read more »

John Goodman Retrial Continues, Heather Hutchins Recalled To The Stand

Scott Wilson Murder Trial

As John Goodman’s retrial continues, his girlfriend Heather Hutchins was recalled to the stand. During her testimony, Hutchins was presented with medical documents — which refute her prior testimony. She was eventually forced to admit she “may not remember the day.” In February 2010, Goodman ran a stop sign and slammed into a car driven… Read more »

Tennessee Woman Jailed For Neglecting Yard Work

Neglected Yard

A Tennessee woman was jailed for neglecting her yard work. Karen Holloway was initially sentenced to five days in jail. However, Judge Terry Vann later reduced the sentence to six hours. Although Holloway served her time, she believes the punishment was specifically harsh. Authorities confirmed Holloway was warned on numerous occasions. As the unkempt lawn… Read more »

Lennon Lacy: Authorities Rule Out Foul Play, Family Not Convinced

Lennon Lacy

Lennon Lacy was found hanging from a wooden swing set on August 29. Authorities have ruled out foul play in the teen’s death. However, his family is not convinced. Although Lennon had no history of mental illness, North Carolina officials believe the high school student committed suicide. On the afternoon of August 28, Lennon Lacy… Read more »

Man Attacked By Grizzly Bear, Shot By Friend, Survives

Man Attacked By Bear, Shot By Friend

A Canadian man was attacked by a bear and shot by his friend. Miraculously, 56-year-old Wilf Lloyd survived the harrowing experience. The B.C. Ministry of Environment confirmed the experienced hunter and taxidermist is currently in stable condition. However, the bear was shot and killed at the scene. Lloyd and his son-in-law Skeet Podrasky were hunting… Read more »

Tristen Kurilla: 10-Year-Old Boy Accused Of Killing A 90-Year-Old Woman

10-Year-Old Kills Elderly Woman

A 10-year-old Pennsylvania boy is accused of murdering a 90-year-old woman. Authorities said Tristen Kurilla entered Helen Novak’s bedroom and proceeded to beat the elderly woman to death. Although he is well under the age of 18, the boy was arrested and charged as an adult. According to reports, Tristen was visiting his grandfather’s home,… Read more »

Dead Whale Buried On Long Island Beach

Fin Whale

An animal rescue group has buried a dead whale, which was discovered on a Long Island Beach last week. Although the whale was in an advanced stage of decomposition, a necropsy revealed it was killed by blunt force trauma. Officials believe the endangered whale was struck by a vessel. Witnesses noted that the 58-foot whale… Read more »

Sayreville Hazing: Seven Students Arrested Amid Sexual Abuse Scandal


The Sayreville hazing case has stunned a New Jersey community. Last week, Sayreville War Memorial High School officials announced that the football season was cancelled, and the team would forfeit all remaining games. Days later, seven football players were arrested on numerous charges, including aggravated sexual assault. Although the incidents are being characterized as hazing,… Read more »

Alaska’s Ban On Same-Sex Marriage Declared Unconstitutional

Gay Marriage

A federal judge has ruled that Alaska’s same-sex marriage ban is unconstitutional. In 1998, Alaska’s state constitution was amended to define marriage as a union between “a man and a woman.” U.S. District Court Judge Timothy Burgess has now determined that the provision violates the United States Constitution. In May, five same-sex couples challenged the… Read more »

Iguala Graves: Authorities Discover Four New Burial Sites

Mass Graves Mexico

Authorities have now unearthed a total of 10 mass graves in Iguala, Mexico. Attorney General Inaky Blanco confirmed the charred remains of 28 people were discovered inside the graves. Authorities believe the bodies belong to college students who vanished late last month. On September 26, students from the National Autonomous University were raising funds for… Read more »

Shannon Leah Fraser Found Alive, Survived 17 Days In The Jungle

Missing Mom Found Alive

Shannon Leah Fraser went missing on September 21. Authorities have now confirmed the 30-year-old mother was found alive in far northern Queensland. Although she lost nearly 40 pounds and suffered minor injuries, Fraser is expected to recover from the ordeal. Authorities said Fraser, her boyfriend, and another man were spending the day at the Golden… Read more »

Manuel Velez: Death Row Inmate Released, Granted New Trial

Death Row

Manuel Velez was convicted of first-degree murder in 2008. Months later, he was sentenced to death. In April 2013, a Texas judge ordered Valez’s release — citing irregularities during the original trial. More than one year later, the former death row inmate is a free man. In 2005, Velez was arrested and charged in the… Read more »

Aunt Jemima Lawsuit: Family Requests $2 Billion In Damages

Aunt Jemima Lawsuit

Aunt Jemima’s family has filed a lawsuit, claiming their great-grandmother’s image and recipes were exploited for profit. According to the lawsuit, Hillshire brands Co., PepsiCo Inc., Pinnacle Foods, and Quaker Oats Co., denied Anna Short Harrington profits from their pancake mixes — which she perfected. Plaintiffs D.W. Hunter and Larnell Evans further claim the companies… Read more »

High School Cancels Football Season Amid Bullying Concerns

Sayreville War Memorial High School

A New Jersey high school has cancelled their football season amid bullying concerns. Sayreville War Memorial High School superintendent Richard Labbe confirmed the freshman, junior varsity, and varsity teams, will forfeit the remainder of the season. The Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office is currently investigating claims of bullying, hazing, and harassment among the players. County officials… Read more »

Stink Bugs Invade Homes And Threaten Plants

Brown marmorated stink bugs

Stink bugs are invading homes and destroying plants throughout the United States. As winter is set to begin, the pests are attempting to seek shelter. Unfortunately, they often make their way inside inhabited structures. Although they do not bite, brown marmorated stink bugs emit a powerful and offensive odor when threatened or killed. As people… Read more »

Seattle Replaces Columbus Day With Indigenous Peoples’ Day

Columbus Day

Seattle lawmakers have voted to replace Columbus Day with Indigenous Peoples’ Day. City council approved the resolution unanimously and Mayor Ed Murray is expected to sign it into law. Although Columbus Day is a federal holiday, it is not celebrated nationwide. Columbus Day, which honors Christopher Columbus’ discovery of America, became an official federal holiday… Read more »

B.B. King Cancels Tour, Diagnosed With Dehydration And Exhaustion

Blue Legend

B.B. King has cancelled the remainder of his current tour. According to reports, the Blues legend became ill during a performance at Chicago’s House of Blues. He was later diagnosed with dehydration and exhaustion. Although he is currently “back home and feeling better,” King’s doctor said he needs to rest. At the age of 89,… Read more »

Michigan Teacher Asks Students To Make Islamic Propaganda

Michigan Students Islam

A Michigan teacher asked students to create Islamic propaganda for a school project. Jenison High School officials are now under fire for promoting Islam and spreading misinformation. Jeannette Hall said her daughter Brianna completed the project. However, she is outraged about the unusual assignment. Hall posted a copy of the assignment rubric, and a photo… Read more »

HMS Erebus Wreckage Discovered In Canada

HMS Erebus

The HMS Erebus vanished into the Canadian Arctic in 1846. Prime Minister Stephen Harper has now confirmed that the ship was found, largely intact, near King William Island. The HMS Erebus was part of Captain Sir John Franklin’s lost expedition, which claimed the lives of 129 men. Franklin’s expedition left England in 1845 on two… Read more »

Teens Arrested For Killing 920 Chickens

Foster Farms

Four teens were arrested for killing chickens at a California Foster Farms’ facility. On September 20, the teens reportedly broke into a barn and proceeded to slaughter 920 birds with a golf club. Foster Farms is calling the attack an “unconscionable act of animal cruelty.” A representative with the Fresno County Police Department said the… Read more »

Crispy M&M’s Will Return To Shelves In 2015

Mars M&M

Crispy M&M’s will return to shelves in 2015. Seth Klughertz, senior director of M&M’s Chocolate Candies, confirmed the popular treats will be available In the United States beginning January 2015. Although the candies have been off the market for nearly a decade, fans have demanded their return. In an interview with Buzzfeed, Klughertz said Mars… Read more »

Sabrina Allen: Missing Girl Found Alive 12 Years After Kidnapping

Kidnapped Girl Found

Sabrina Allen has been missing for 12 years. At the age of four, Sabrina was kidnapped from her Texas home and transported out of the country. The Austin Police Department has confirmed that the girl, who is now 17 years old, was found alive near Mexico City. At the time of the kidnapping, Sabrina was… Read more »

Goddard College Invites Convicted Killer To Speak At Commencement

Mumia Abu-Jamal

Goddard College has invited a convicted killer to speak at their commencement. Mumia Abu-Jamal was charged and convicted in the 1981 death of Philadelphia Police Officer Daniel Faulkner. Although he remains incarcerated, Abu-Jamal claims he is innocent. On December 9, 1981, Officer Faulkner was performing a routine traffic stop on Abu-Jamal’s brother William Cook. Abu-Jamal… Read more »

Jodi Arias Jury Selection Begins, Defense Costs Exceed $2.5 Million

Arias Penalty Retrial

Jury selection has begun in Jodi Arias’ penalty retrial. Although the pool included 300 potential jurors, more than 100 have already been excused. A majority of those dismissed admitted that they are unable to make an impartial decision. In 2013, Arias was found guilty of first-degree murder in the death of her former lover —… Read more »

Hannah Graham: DNA Links Suspect To 2009 Murder

Morgan Harrington

Hannah Graham vanished without a trace on September 13. Although Jesse Matthew was arrested and charged in her abduction, her whereabouts remain unknown. Authorities have now revealed that DNA evidence links Matthew to a 2009 murder. University of Virginia student Hannah Graham was last seen leaving the Tempo Bar & Restaurant with Jesse Matthew —… Read more »

Macy’s Is Hiring 86,000 Seasonal Workers

Seasonal Workers

Macy’s is hiring 86,000 seasonal workers throughout the United States. The temporary employees will work at call centers, distribution hubs and existing stores during the holiday season. The number of seasonal workers has increased more than 3 percent — due to an expected increase in online sales. A large portion of the workers will staff… Read more »

Hannah Graham: Police Search Woods For Missing UVA Student

Missing UVA Student

Hannah Graham has been missing for more than two weeks. Although a suspect was arrested and charged in her disappearance, the missing UVA student’s whereabouts remain unknown. Authorities believe Jesse Leroy Matthew Jr. was the last person to see Hannah. He is currently incarcerated on charges of kidnapping with intent to defile. Following news of… Read more »

Utah Family Of Five Found Dead, Cause Of Death Remains A Mystery

Strack Family

A Utah family of five was found dead at approximately 8 p.m Saturday evening. Springsville officials confirmed the bodies of a couple and their five children were found together. However, their cause of death remains unknown. Authorities identified the family as Benjamin Strack, 37, Kristy Strack, 36, and their children Bensen, 14, Emery, 12, and… Read more »

Pope Francis Fires Bishop Accused In Child Abuse Cover-Up

Pope Francis Child Sex Abuse

Pope Francis has fired a Paraguayan bishop accused of sheltering a pedophile. In an official statement, the Vatican confirmed Bishop Rogelio Ricardo Livieres Plano was dismissed from the diocese of Ciudad del Este. The bishop reportedly provided shelter and support to Fr. Carlos Urrutigoity. In 2002, Urrutigoity was accused of sexually abusing numerous children in… Read more »

Hannah Graham Update: Suspect Jesse Leroy Matthew Jr. Held Without Bond

Jesse Leroy Matthew

Eighteen-year-old Hannah Graham remains missing. However, the suspect in the student’s disappearance is now behind bars. On Wednesday, Jesse Leroy Matthew, Jr. was arrested in Galveston County, Texas. He is currently being held without bond, pending extradition to Virginia. Although the suspect is in custody, Charlottesville Police Chief Timothy Longo said the “case is nowhere… Read more »

Woman Punched By Cop Receives $1.5 Million Settlement

Marlene Pinnock

A woman who was punched by a cop will receive $1.5 million from the California Highway Patrol. On July 1, Marlene Pinnock was assaulted by Officer Daniel Andrew. The incident gained national attention when a witness filmed the attack and posted the video online. Prior to the assault, the 51-year-old great-grandmother was walking in traffic… Read more »