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  • Mother of 3 has leg amputated after bite from brown recluse spider

    WEST MEMPHIS, Ark. — A West Memphis woman says a trip to a hospital for a spider bite turned into a nightmare, according to WREG. Every day Kiara Boulton puts her foot to the floor she prays for better days. She has three kids and now, after multiple surgeries, just one leg. “I don’t want to be on pain meds for the rest of my life,” Boulton said. “I’m now on dialysis because of a spider bite.” Boulton says she’s been […]

  • Houseguest accused of biting off part of woman’s nose, swallowing it

    CONROE, Texas – A Texas woman is accused of biting off a large chunk of another woman’s nose and swallowing it, according to KIAH. “I’m 28 years old. I don’t have a nose anymore,” said the victim, identified as “Tatiana,” who spoke with KTRK. Cops say Jessica Collins, 41, tagged along with Tatiana and her neighbor to a bar Wednesday, but when they got back to the house, Collins demanded alcohol and cigarettes. Tatiana hadn’t met Collins – who was […]

  • Wreckage of couple’s plane found 21 years after they vanished

    ST. IGNACE, Mich. – The discovery of the wreckage of a small aircraft in the remote woods of Michigan has likely solved a mystery two decades in the making. Per the Detroit News, NTSB officials were dispatched to an area outside St. Ignace on Michigan’s Upper Peninsula last week after employees in a national forest found a crashed Piper Cherokee 235. The plane is believed to be the one that Mark and Janet Davies were in when they took off from […]

  • Twin sisters run for office, but belong to different parties

    KENTWOOD, Mich. – Twin sisters Monica Sparks and Jessica Ann Tyson seem identical in almost every way – that is, until they start talking politics. Jessica, a Republican, decided to run for Kent County Commissioner for the 13th district, which later inspired Monica to run for herself in the 12th district but as a Democrat. “The reason that I’m standing as a Democrat is funny because she said the same thing but we just see through two different lenses,” Monica […]

  • Dust devil spins its way onto Missouri baseball field

    OAK GROVE, Mo. – A Missouri baseball team may have to change its name after a dust devil spun its way onto their field. Heather Bunting’s 10-year-old son, Adin, had just finished playing in the championship game of a tournament at Webb Park in Oak Grove Sunday afternoon when the dust devil spun up. “We had just gotten done taking pictures of the boys with their parents and trophies, and all of a sudden, my son said, ‘coach, look over […]

  • Florida man’s murder was really elaborate suicide by balloon, police say

    PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – At 71, Alan Abrahamson had started taking early morning walks, explaining he was hoping to shed the weight he gained on a recent cruise. On the morning of Jan. 25 he left his $900,000 home in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., for that walk, with a camera in his gated country-club community recording him at 5:53am. At 6:30am, the camera picked up the sound of a gunshot. Abrahamson was dead. It was assumed to be murder, […]

  • Tearful surprise greets man who walked for hours to get to work

    Car trouble didn’t stop Walter Carr from getting to his first day of work with a moving company Sunday, even if he did have to walk nearly 20 miles in the dark. No longer: Carr was rewarded with his boss’ car after making a lasting impression on his first clients. After his 2003 Nissan Altima broke down Saturday and “backup rides fell through,” Carr set out from Homewood, Ala., at midnight en route to a home in Pelham, expecting the […]

  • Making up snow days could soon be thing of the past for Missouri schools

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Delaying summer vacation because your kids have to make up snow days can be annoying for many families, but this annual tradition of extending the school year could soon come to an end in Missouri. Missouri Governor Mike Parson recently signed into law Senate Bill 743, and it changes the way Missouri public schools track school days. For decades, Missouri school districts have been required to schedule 174 instructional days every year. If school is canceled […]

  • Model walks the runway while breastfeeding

    A model taking part in a Sports Illustrated swimwear fashion show stole the spotlight with one of the most unusual runway walks ever. Mara Martin strutted during Miami Swim Week while breastfeeding her 5-month-old daughter, reports People. In a video clip, you can hear the audience cheering when they realize what’s happening. (The baby is wearing protective ear muffs.) “I can’t believe I am waking up to headlines with me and my daughter in them for doing something I do every day,” wrote Martin […]

  • Woman critically injured after being stung ‘hundreds of times’ by swarm of bees

    ORANGE COUNTY, Calif. – A California woman was critically injured after being stung “hundreds of times” by a swarm of bees in Lake Forest Monday morning, and three others – including two firefighters – were also injured, officials said. The incident occurred about 10:25 a.m. when firefighters responded to a report of a bee sting in the 23000 block of Buckland Lane, the Orange County Fire Authority tweeted. “Units arrived on scene and they found her basically completely covered with […]

  • Utah man impersonates officer, threatens to shoot, bury men he believed to be immigrants: police

    SARATOGA SPRINGS, Utah – A Utah man faces felony and misdemeanor charges for allegedly impersonating an officer and threatening to kill two men he believed to be in the country illegally. Officers with Saratoga Springs Police Department responded to the incident at Inlet Park on Sunday. Upon arrival they found a man named Carlos, who told them he and his friend, Daniel, had been walking down the trail when they were approached by a group of four men and ultimately threatened, according […]

  • Mom warns other parents after 3-year-old locked in washing machine

    CONIFER, Colo. — A Colorado mom posted a warning to parents after her 3-year-old daughter got locked inside a front-loading washing machine. Lindsey McIver of Conifer posted the warning on Facebook last week and it has since gone viral with over 270,000 shares. McIver said she was hesitant at first because she feared the “inevitable online mom-shaming” and was having a hard time reliving the traumatic experience. Ultimately, she decided it was more important for others to learn from the […]