VIA: An armed man at Phoenix Comicon was arrested by Phoenix police Thursday afternoon.
Police say the man was inside the Phoenix Convention Center and struggled with officers.
Details on what the man was armed with and potential charges he faces has not been released.
This is a developing story. …
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Check out this video of President Trump appearing to shove another NATO leader to be in the front of the pack..
The son of Oklahoma man, Justin Beadles, may not be asking his father to pick him up from school anytime soon after pops showed up wearing only Speedos.
Beadles picked up his 15-year-old son on the last day of school dressed like Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps – in a tiny Speedo which is forever documented in a now viral Facebook video.
In the video, viewed more than 13 million times, came with with the caption: “Dad, will you pick me up from school?” #raisingteensisfun #parentingwin #parentinggoals #funnyvideos.”
Beadles told KOCO in Oklahoma City he just wanted to make the last day special for his son, who attends Stillwater Junior High. So he borrowed some medals and wore them around his neck, along with a swim cap and Speedo. Barefoot, and with the medals loudly clanging, Beadles ran from the parking lot toward the school yelling, “Jack, Jack.” He ran past laughing students and found his son, Jack, standing outside the school. Continue reading
Surveillance footage shows Fahad Saeed carrying a shovel he bought from Walmart alongside his friend, Ammar Sami, about 10 p.m. on Oct. 16, the night that Saeed’s ex-wife, Roaa Al-Dhannoon, disappeared. Al-Dhannoon’s remains were found buried in a container less than 2 miles from the Walmart on May 15.
Original story: Fahad Mohammed Saeed, the ex-husband of Lakewood, OH., mother, Roaa S. Al Dhannoon, whose body was found earlier this week, was officially indicted on 15 counts, including charges of aggravated murder, murder and kidnapping.
Saeed had been charged in October of 2016, with having contact with his ex-wife and their 3-year-old old son, in violation of a protection order. See his booking photo below. Continue reading
(WAVE) – A Jefferson County grand jury declined to return an indictment against Katina Powell or Andre McGee Thursday following the presentation of evidence related to the sex scandal that embroiled the University of Louisville men’s basketball program.
The investigation stemmed from events Powell detailed in her book “Breaking Cardinal Rules” in which she stated that she had provided women to entertain high school basketball players being recruited by the UofL basketball program.
The grand jury agreed with the advice of the Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office that there currently is insufficient evidence to bring criminal charges against either person.…
VIA: Thursday morning on “Live with Kelly and Ryan,” Kelly Ripa talked about being grossed out by an article she found that said bugs are in virtually all the food we eat.
Humans have always eaten insects, either accidentally or on purpose, but the large amount of bugs fed to unsuspecting Americans is staggering.
Spencer Michaels, reporting for the PBS News Hour, found that 80 percent of the world’s population eats insects as a regular part of their diet. He pointed out that of the 1.1 million species of insects that scientists have identified and named, 1,700 are edible. He said they contain lots of protein, hardly any fat and do not cause the types of illnesses caused by eating beef or pork.
But what about those of us who would never choose to eat an insect? Apparently, under Food and Drug Administration guidelines, we don’t really get to make that choice.
The FDA’s Food Defect Action Levels guidelines allows for certain levels of bugs and other contaminants in food, and the levels are largely based on aesthetics, since insects don’t generally pose a health risk. Continue reading
The FBI announced Thursday its offering $15,000 for information leading to the recovery of Hailey Burns, who vanished one year ago.
Burns family members say they found the front door of their home on Baldwin Hall Drive unlocked and their 16-year-old daughter was gone. She was last seen wearing blue jeans, a black long-sleeved T-shirt with Marilyn Monroe on it and Converse tennis shoes.
Hailey has severe medical conditions that require medication and she didn’t not take any of them with her, the FBI said.
The FBI said the teenager had a number of social media accounts, some of which were not on mainstream sites. The FBI and Charlotte-Mecklenburg police have identified online profiles believed to have belonged to Hailey, but investigators said they may not have a complete list. Continue reading
You know America’s addiction to opioids has reached critical mass when, Kroger starts handing out free opioid reversal drugs. The Mississippi chain, partnered with the Bureau of Narcotics and DeSoto County Sheriff’s Department, will now offer an opioid reversal drug without a prescription.
Kroger partnered with Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics and DeSoto County Sheriff’s Department to make the drug available to everyone.
The drugs will be available at all Kroger pharmacies in the state of Mississippi. Continue reading
Leah Walden, a Baltimore daycare worker has been arrested over the death of an 8-month-old girl who died Tuesday after being assaulted. The incident occurred at a southeast Baltimore daycare facility, police said.
Walden, 23, was taken into custody and charged with first- and second-degree murder, first- and second-degree assault, first- and second-degree child abuse and reckless endangerment.
A personal profile of “Leah Walden” posted on the Rocket Tiers Learning Center, shows her as a “staff member,” and reads: “I have one year of professional childcare experience and six years of part time babysitting. I am currently a senior staff teacher in the Gentle Storks #2 Class and I really enjoy it. I love seeing the children develop new skills like sitting up, crawling, and walking. The best part of being an infant teacher is caring for babies who love me as much as I love them. This has been the most rewarding experience for me!”
It is not known if Walden still works at the facility. Calls to the Rocket Tiers Learning Center were not immediately returned. An answering machine said the learning center would be closed for one week (starting May 25,) to observed the upcoming “holiday.” Continue reading