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  • Joe Torre’s foundation leading effort against domestic violence

    NEW YORK (FOX)-Former St. Louis Cardinals player and manager, Joe Torre, started a foundation 13 years ago aimed at raising awareness and helping to end the cycle of domestic violence. Torre’s mother was abused by his father. On Thursday, he hosted his annual golf and tennis classic at the  Sleepy Hollow Country Club with dozens of VIPs to raise awareness and funds for his Safe At Home Foundation. The foundation’s school-based ‘Margaret’s Place’ program helps middle and high schoolers affected by […]

  • Army veteran walking across country to highlight post-combat needs

    ERIE, PA (FOX News)-A U.S. Army veteran has brought his dog with him on a walk across the nation. Along the way, he’s buying meals for homeless vets.  He’s also reminding folks about the sacrifices of troops who’ve lost their limbs and speaking out about the challenges vets face in getting jobs and medical care. And by helping others, it seems Michael Roberts is also doing something for himself.

  • Skydiver falls after getting tangled in power lines

    WINCHESTER, TN – A veteran skydiver is out of the hospital after taking a hard fall Saturday (5/23). John Pitts was skydiving at the “red, white, and you” show in Winchester, Tennessee as he was approaching the ground, his parachute got tangled in power lines, and he fell. The incident caught on camera. Spectators horrified as they watched it all unfold. MOS1 says: “Immediately, everybody around us started praying — got in groups and started praying for the man who […]

  • Parents struggle to pay for funerals after 4 kids die in Missouri fire

    TRENTON, MO –  Four young kids die in a house fire. now  a family is struggling to plan their funerals. Sissy Hughes stands in front of her son`s home, overwhelmed with memories of her grandbabies. She says her son, Timothy lived in this white house with his wife Jamie, and their five children. “The girls had one room and boys had one room upstairs” said Sissy Hughes. Four of their kids were home Friday night. Seven-year-old Rosanna, who went by […]

  • NASCAR on FOX anchor Steve Byrnes dies after battle with cancer

    (FOX SPORTS)-Longtime NASCAR on FOX anchor Steve Byrnes died Tuesday at the age of 56, his family said. Byrnes had battled head and neck cancer after being diagnosed in September 2014. A fixture on FOX’s NASCAR broadcasts, Byrnes enjoyed a successful and highly respected television broadcasting career for 30 years. He joined the FOX Sports family in 2001, hosting and reporting for multiple NASCAR programs and serving as a pit road reporter for NASCAR on FOX’s broadcast of NASCAR Sprint […]

  • 103-year-old woman receives honorary high school diploma

    SPRING GREEN, WI — It’s a dream 90 years in the making for a 103-year-old woman from Wisconsin. Marie Hunt of Spring Green received an honorary high school diploma. One of eleven children, she dropped out of school after completing eighth grade in the 1920s. Hunt said, “I was born in 1911, and there was no way that country kids six miles away could go to high school.” Carrie Georgeson, the RN Administrator at Meadows Assisted Living, said that this […]

  • Texas man ticketed for riding horse to Taco Bell

    ALLEN, TX– Yo quiero…out of this ticket. That’s what a Texas man is saying after cops cited him for riding his horse to Taco Bell. Allen, TX Police say it’s illegal to ride an animal on a public street. But Rick Braun argues he’s been going to the fast food chain by horse for years, often two to three nights a week. Police say they’ve received complaints about horse droppings, but Braun says he never got those messages. The city […]

  • Jury verdict in “Blurred Lines” case

    LOS ANGELES, CA – A Los Angeles jury has reached a decision in the so-called “Blurred Lines” case. The eight-person panel, saying Pharrell Williams and Robin Thicke copied the Marvin Gaye’s song, “Got To Give It Up” in creating “Blurred Lines.” The jury awarded $7.3 million dollars to Gaye’s family. Gaye’s children sued Williams and Thicke, believing the song infringed on the copyright of their father’s song. A charge which the two artists denied. “Blurred Lines” was a mega hit […]

  • Al-Shabaab threatens malls, including some in U.S.; FBI downplays threat

    (BLOOMINGTON, MN) — Terror group Al-Shabaab has released a video calling for attacks on shopping malls in Canada, the United Kingdom and the United States. “If anyone is planning to go to the Mall of America today, they’ve got to be particularly careful,” said Jeh Johnson, the secretary of homeland security, appearing on CNN Sunday. Johnson added that there is “no credible or specific evidence” suggesting a U.S. mall attack was in the works. Al-Shabaab, an al Qaeda-linked terror group, […]

  • Team designing technology to give service dogs an upgrade

    ATLANTA, GA (FOX)-Service dogs could soon be getting an upgrade thanks to some new technology allowing them to communicate better with their human handlers. It is a remarkable new technology that provides a leap forward in communication between service dogs and their owners. Dr. Melody Jackson, director of the Center for BioInterface Research at Georgia Tech, says, “They can nudge the person, they can bark, you know they can speak in dog language. But what we’re trying to do is […]

  • Detroit man walks 21 miles to and from work after car broke down a decade ago

    DETROIT, MI (FOX) – A fifty-six year-old Detroit man’s commute may be changing in a big way since his car broke down a decade ago. James Robertson walks twenty-one miles every day to and from work. The unimaginable journey hasn’t stopped Robertson from maintaining a perfect attendance record at work. Fundraising efforts for Robertson to purchase a new car got started on go-fund-me-dot-com. As of early Tuesday morning (2/3), more than one hundred fifty thousand dollars has been raised for […]

  • Four pedestrians struck in Kansas City

    KANSAS CITY, MO (WDAF) – Four teenagers in Kansas City, Missouri are critically hurt after a car slams into them. Kansas City police say the teens were standing near the street on Troup Avenue, when a woman driving a silver Mercedes lost control and hit them. The impact shattered the windshield and pushed the car into a nearby backyard. Police say no one died at the scene. But all four teens went to the hospital with critical injuries. Maddox says: […]

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