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  • Colorado family’s dog found beaten to death near property line

    MILLIKEN, Colo. — A Weld County family is demanding answers after their rescue dog was reportedly found beaten to death Tuesday morning. John Pipe owns Riverside Truck and Auto off County Road 46, where his three dogs roam freely during work hours. He said that Monday night when he went to head home, their 10-year-old Irish Wolfhound Cody never returned. “We thought maybe he just had some sort of accident,” Pipe said. “So we spent some time searching, and we searched […]

  • School declines free Chick-fil-A lunch ‘out of respect to our LGBTQ staff’

    TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – The principal of a New Orleans school is making national headlines for his decision to turn down a free lunch offered to teachers by Chick-fil-A, WWLTV reported. “Out of respect to our LGBTQ staff, we have chosen to not serve Chick-fil-A at an employee lunch,” Dr. Steven Corbett, the principal of Lusher High School said in a statement. The fast-food chain, which is known for its conservative and Christian values, has come under public scrutiny in recent […]

  • Man once accused of putting toddler in oven now charged with pouring boiling water on 3-year-old

    DELTONA, Fla. (WNCN) – A 3-year-old boy suffered severe burns after police said a 47-year-old man poured boiling water on his back, according to the Volusia Sheriff’s Office. Terry Man faces a charge of child abuse causing great bodily harm after being taken into custody on Thursday. On Sept. 27, employees at the boy’s day care called deputies after seeing the burns on the boy’s back. The sheriff’s office investigated and said May poured boiling water onto the child after […]

  • One Year Later: Florida Panhandle struggles to recover from Hurricane Michael

    PANAMA CITY, Fla. (WMBB) – The catastrophic damage caused by category 5 Hurricane Michael on October 10, 2018 is still visible one year later. Local residents like Curtis and Rhonda Hawley are still dealing with homes that are missing walls and have bare concrete for floors. “Six hours changed our world. Changed our lives. We’ll never be the same,” Curtis Hawley said. “Now we’re trying to find a plumber, trying to find an electrician, cabinetry, flooring. There’s still so much […]

  • Big Game Bound’ Week 6: Ty Hallock gives his Top 5 and fantasy tips

    “Big Game Bound” Week 6 includes correspondents from Cleveland, Seattle and San Francisco. Ty Hallock breaks down the Bears vs Packers game and gives us his new Top 5 teams. Our Big Guest is the director of the NFL Documentary “A Lifetime of Sundays”, Joe Lavine. And Bob Harris has Fantasy Football advice. “Big Game Bound” streams live every Thursday at 1 p.m. ET.

  • NASA to launch a satellite to better understand space weather

    WASHINGTON (NEXSTAR) – Scientists are used to studying weather here on earth, but what about an entire new forecast for space. A new mission from NASA will study “space weather” with the help of the launch of the Ionospheric Connection Explorer, or “ICON.” NASA Scientist Dr. Alex Young explained to us just what the ionosphere is. “An interaction of particles that originally come from the sun from what is called the solar wind, interacting with the upper atmosphere,” Dr. Young […]

  • Congressman: Ranked-choice voting could fix ‘broken’ election system

    WASHINGTON — House Democrats have introduced a proposal to fix what they consider a broken political system. Maryland Congressman Jamie Raskin says the Ranked Choice Voting Act would require states to adopt “ranked-choice” voting in primary and general elections for Congress beginning in 2022. “Our politics is broken in different ways,” Raskin said. “The Electoral College is dysfunctional and out-of-date. It’s given us two popular-vote losers in the last five elections. We need to reform that.” Ranked-choice voting, which allows […]

  • Frustrated former teen vapers rally, meet first lady

    WASHINGTON (NEXSTAR) — Teens across the country are saying enough is enough and want the government to put an end to the teen vaping epidemic. Dozens of teens rallied outside of Juul’s D.C. headquarters Wednesday, blaming the company for a surge in teen addicts. They say vaping nearly destroyed their lives. “I couldn’t breathe. My heart was having crazy palpitations,” Ally Harrison recalled. “I’m really frustrated.” Harrison, 18, started vaping four years ago. She said that amid a vaping health crisis that’s killed 19 […]

  • SCOTUS hears arguments on LGBTQ cases

    WASHINGTON (NEXSTAR) — The U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments Tuesday in three cases that could have huge implications for LGBTQ Americans. The cases were filed by people who say they were illegally fired for being gay or transgender. The justices will decide if sexual orientation and gender identity are protected attributes under the word “sex” in the 1964 Civil Rights Act. While LGBTQ advocates and conservative groups rallied outside in a divided protest, inside, the justices spent about two […]

  • China’s threat to bar NBA exhibition games from TV heats up tensions with U.S.

    WASHINGTON, D.C. (Nexstar) — Tensions between China and the National Basketball Association are heating up. China says it will not air NBA exhibition games played in the country this week after the Houston Rockets’ general manager tweeted support for anti-government protesters in Hong Kong. Some advocates say the U.S. should pull all business with China, despite the millions of dollars that may be at stake. Meanwhile, NBA commissioner Adam Silver is defending the Rockets’ GM Daryl Morey’s right to have […]

  • Nearly 1M migrants arrested along southern border during government’s 2019 fiscal year

    WASHINGTON DC (NEXSTAR) – Federal agents arrested nearly one million migrants along the U.S. southern border during the government’s 2019 fiscal year that just ended, according to a U.S. Customs and Border Protection report released Tuesday. “These numbers are numbers that no immigration system in the world is designed to handle,” said Acting CBP Commissioner Mark Morgan during a rare White House briefing. However, the number of illegal border crossings has been declining in the past several months. According to […]

  • Trump gives Medal of Freedom to former Attorney General Edwin Meese

    WASHINGTON (Nexstar) — President Trump presented the Medal of Freedom to former Attorney General Edwin Meese on Tuesday. The 87-year-old served as attorney general during the Reagan administration. Meese was known as President Ronald Reagan’s right hand man. On Tuesday he stood with President Trump to receive the nation’s highest civilian honor. “I couldn’t be happy or more grateful to any person than for what you’ve given us here today,” Meese said. Meese served as the 75th United States Attorney […]

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