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  • Family collecting cards for sick dog during his final days

    DENVER — A family in southeast Denver is asking the community to help lift their dog’s spirits during his final days. Army veteran Sean Nunez and his wife Ruthy consider their German Shepherd, Dylan, to be a member of the family, according to KDVR. According to the Nunez family, 14-year-old Dylan – who suffers from dementia – doesn’t have much time left to live and also provides a great amount of love and support. “I suffer from epilepsy – that’s a […]

  • Legal expert challenges new wording in proposed hate crime bill

    INDIANAPOLIS – Controversy over Indiana’s proposed hate crime law continued as some legal experts challenged the bill’s wording. On Tuesday, in a surprise move Senate Republicans stripped the bill of a list of protected classes and replaced it with the phrase “including bias.” Supporters argued it was a fair way to cover everyone, but legal experts said the bill is set up to fail. “The story of this bill if it becomes law is not going to be a happy one,” said Indiana […]

  • Dog who spent more than three years in shelter returned after being adopted

    TWINSBURG, Ohio — The Humane Society of Summit County is sharing some unfortunate news about Geronimo the dog, who was adopted after spending 1,145 days at the shelter. The six-year-old, who was adopted over the weekend, has been returned to the shelter, according to WJW. The shelter made the announcement on their Facebook page, explaining that his new owner realized it wasn’t a good match. Prior to the adoption, Geronimo had been waiting 1,145 days for his forever home. The director […]

  • Grandfather discovers heart condition thanks to children’s museum exhibit

    GRAHAM, N.C. – A North Carolina grandfather discovered a heart condition while at a children’s museum with his grandson, according to WGHP. On Jan. 14, Boyd Hudson and his grandson, Andrew, were enjoying a day at the Children’s Museum of Alamance County. Four-year-old Andrew was playing with foam blocks, his favorite area of the museum, when something else caught his attention. He was intrigued by the Listen to Your Heart exhibit, which helps children understand the heart and its rhythmic pumping through […]

  • New health center wants men to take charge of their health

    HARTFORD, Conn. – A Connecticut health center is working to help men take care of themselves – no small task since American men die, on average, about five years earlier than women, according to WTIC. “We know men take less care of themselves. They utilize health care visits, preventative health care visits and even the Emergency Department less often,” said Dr. Jared Bieniek, a urologist at Hartford Healthcare’s new Tallwood Center for Men’s Health in Farmington. Along with being less […]

  • Legislator proposes cutting lunch funding from schools that struggle to improve reading skills

    WEST MEMPHIS, Ark. — One Arkansas lawmaker wants to get more students reading by putting money on the line—specifically, their lunch money. Rep. Alan Clark (R-Lonsdale) proposed a bill that would cut lunch funding in schools that struggle with reading, and he is working to get others to support the idea. Clark’s proposed bill, if passed, would reduce a district’s “national school lunch funding” if they’re struggling in the reading department over a period of time. “I don’t understand, and […]

  • Family shares video of 12-year-old girl’s final moments before she died in house explosion

    DALLAS, Texas – Nearly one year after a 12-year-old Dallas girl died in a natural gas explosion, her family wants to share video of her final moments before the blast. KTVT reports that Linda Rogers was actually getting ready for a cheerleading competition on the morning of Feb. 23, 2018. In a time-lapse video, she’s doing her hair when a spark flashes. Her family said that spark was the house filling up with natural gas and exploding. The Dallas Fire Department […]

  • Mother, son receive life sentences for killing marijuana shop robbery witness

    ARAPAHOE COUNTY, Colo. – A mother and her son have been convicted of first-degree murder in the killing of a robbery witness in a marijuana shop robbery case from 2016. Terance Black and Tina Black both were convicted of first-degree murder in the death of David Henderson last week after a joint trial that began Jan. 22. They were sentenced to life in prison Thursday in Arapahoe County District Court. Prosecutors said the Blacks learned Henderson was cooperating with law enforcement […]

  • Man loses over 140 pounds to win bet with friends

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A bet made during a night of drinking left one Oklahoma man down 140 pounds and up $2,000, according to KFOR. Tyler Segraves said it all started one night in September 2017. “My buddy and I are sitting out, hanging out drinking, having a good time, and he always gives me a hard time about my weight, and we jab back and forth at each other and he said ‘I bet you can’t lose 100 pounds in […]

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