Saturday, August 13, 2022

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“I couldn’t believe this was the same little boy that once was so sick,...

Born at 21 weeks and two days, Richard Hutchinson was the size of a soda can. He was given a zero-percent chance of survival. As he fought for his life in the Children's Minnesota NICU, his parents believed he would defeat the odds. Today, baby Richard is a world record holder and medical marvel, surprising everyone he meets.

Bowling Green State University student in critical condition after an alleged fraternity hazing incident

A Bowling Green State University student is in critical condition after an alleged hazing incident involving alcohol.

Chicago girl, 10, throws mattress from burning home, jumps to safety

A 10-year-old Chicago girl whose mother was at work somehow managed to toss a mattress from her family’s third-story window during a fire and then jump onto it to safety, a fire official said Thursday.

David Dushman, last surviving Auschwitz liberator, dies aged 98

On 27 January 1945, he used his T-34 Soviet tank to mow down the electric fence of Auschwitz in Nazi-occupied Poland, helping to set prisoners in the death camp free.

Meet Skipper! ‘Miracle’ puppy born with SIX legs and TWO tails due to conjoining...

A puppy in the US has been branded a ‘miracle’ after genetic complications caused it to be born with six legs, two tails and other unique traits.

BLED TO DEATH: Toddler dies after shocking ordeal at ‘hands of stepfather who sexually...

A TODDLER has died after his stepfather sexually abused him and covered his body in bruises and cigarette burns, it has been alleged.

Retired Ohio sheriff and tiny K-9 partner die the same day

K-9 Midge and former sheriff McClelland die on same day.

Tom Brady rookie card sells for a record $1.32 million

Tom Brady's New England Patriots signed rookie card sells for $1.32 million to FitBit CEO

A Bond villain, an inheritance and a baseball bat: Police detail mother-son conspiracy in...

A Colorado Springs man who legally adopted the name of a James Bond villain fatally beat his 83-year-old father with a baseball bat and tried to pin it on his ailing mother, police alleged in court Friday.

Black Minneapolis man, 20, is shot dead by cop after being pulled over for...

Police fired tear gas and rubber bullets as looting and violent protests raged in a Minneapolis suburb overnight after officers shot dead a 20-year-old black man during a traffic stop less than 10 miles from where George Floyd was killed.

Hundreds of tacos delivered to seniors amid brutal winter storm

Volunteers from Texas Relief Warriors delivered 700 breakfast tacos to two senior centers that lost power.

Moment tourists flee in panic as three innocent bystanders, including a four-year-old girl, are...

Three people were hospitalized Saturday evening after a shooting in Times Square left the youngest victim, a 4-year-old girl, injured and started the NYPD on a manhunt for the gunman responsible.

Bodies of 750 Covid-19 victims in New York City remain in refrigerated trucks

The bodies are inside trucks located in a Brooklyn pier while family members sort out plans for their final resting places, the city’s medical examiner’s office said.

“When did you add the bleach?”; Shake Shack manager FALSELY accused of giving poisoned...

The manager of a Manhattan Shake Shack has reportedly sued the NYPD after being falsely accused of trying to poison officers.

Electric Bassoonist Rocks the National Anthem in Indianapolis

Bassoonist Mark Ortwein performed "The Star-Spangled Banner" before the game at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis. According to Ortwein's YouTube post, this was the first time that the National Anthem was performed by an electric bassoon at an NBA game.