PLYMOUTH, Ind. -- A 10-year-old is recovering after a neighbor’s dog attacked him Thursday night.His family said the boy was saying hello to a nearby neighbor, in the Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park, whe
Kentucky fisherman catches massive goldfish that weighs at least 20 pounds
BOYLE COUNTY, Ky. -- A Kentucky man got a big surprise last weekend when he reeled in a giant fish that looks a lot like a goldfish. Using a piece of biscuit, Hunter Anderson reeled in what is believed to be a 20 pound Koi fish, or goldfish, WKRN reports. “There’s no faking that kind of fish,” he told WKYT. “It was crazy.”
Why Your Duke Energy Bill May Be Going Up
If you are a Duke Energy customer, you may be in for a surprise when you see your upcoming bills.
Mary Kay unveils newest pink Cadillac for top performers
Mary Kay celebrated 50 years of its iconic pink Cadillac on Friday by unveiling the newest addition to its fleet.
Police arrest customer accused of running over, killing nail salon owner after 13 days on the run
A woman accused of running over and killing a nail salon owner was captured and arrested Friday after 13 days on the run.
Billy Joel’s Plans for Horse Stable Raise Concerns About Manure Smells
Billy Joel’s bid to stable a dozen horses on his Long Island estate has some neighbors concerned about smelly manure, and the local government isn’t horsing around as it weighs the issue
Scott Stearney, top US Navy admiral, found dead in his home
The top admiral overseeing US Naval forces in the Middle East, Vice Adm. Scott Stearney, was found dead in his residence in Bahrain on Saturday, the Navy said in a statement While his death is being investigated, officials say there is no evidence of foul play at this time. "This is devastating news for the Stearney family, for the team at Fifth Fleet, and for the entire Navy," Adm. John Richardson, the chief of naval operations, told CNN Saturday. "Adm. Stearney was a…
Man electrocuted, dead for 20 minutes, brought back to life by Beaumont doctor
Generally speaking, when a few thousand volts of electricity run through your body and you're not breathing for 20 minutes, it's a miracle if you survive. That's what happened to a Taylor man, but he's still alive because of ER staff who call his recovery miraculous.
10 dead in Addison plane crash
Preliminary information states an aircraft crashed into a hangar shortly after taking off.
Court docs: Man strangled, slashed woman’s throat before stabbing himself
An Albany man has been arrested after police say they found a woman’s dead body in his apartment.
Ultimate college football fans can stay in the Goodyear Blimp for $150 a night
SOUTH BEND, Ind. (WSBT) -- Football fans are no doubt familiar with the iconic Goodyear Blimp, but now you have an opportunity to actually stay inside of it for the first time ever. Airbnb is offering up three individual one-night stays for $150 per night -- celebrating the 150th anniversary of college football -- on October 22, 23 and 24. This is mere days before the college football rivalry game between Notre Dame and the University of Michigan on October 26.
P-55, First Known Mountain Lion to Cross 101 Freeway Twice, Found Dead
The decomposed remains of P-55, the first known mountain lion to successfully navigate across the 101 Freeway twice, were recently discovered by a biologist, officials with National Park Service announced Wednesday. It was not immediately clear when the approximately 3-year-old cougar died because his collar failed to "emit a mortality signal," according to a post on the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area's Facebook page.
Police video shows cop receive dead man's money before it disappears
The Atlanta Police officer was fired after investigators saw the video and heard her response.
P-64, Mountain Lion Who Crossed 101 and 118 Freeways 41 Times, Found Dead After Surviving Woolsey...
A mountain lion that gained notoriety for crossing the 101 and 118 freeways many times in his short life has died, just weeks after officials announced he was one of a dozen cougars who survived last month's deadly and destructive Woolsey Fire. The remains of P-64 were discovered Monday by National Park Service researchers, though he had likely been dead for days, officials said in a news release Friday. His collar last transmitted a GPS point on Nov. 28.
Court rules list of police officers who committed misconduct must be public
A Hillsborough County Superior Court judge has ruled to make the exculpatory evidence schedule, also known as the “Laurie List,” public.
Mom, stepdad of Maleah Davis banned from contact with all their children, court rules
KHOU Investigative Reporter Cheryl Mercedes is live in the KHOU newsroom with the latest on the Maleah Davis case. A judge has ruled Maleah's mom and stepdad...
Fire at Youth Training Ground of Brazilian Soccer Club Flamengo Leaves 10 Dead, 3 Injured
A fire early Friday swept through the sleeping quarters of an academy for Brazil's popular professional soccer club Flamengo, killing 10 people and injuring three, most likely teenage players, authorities said. Firefighters were called just after 5 a.m. to the sprawling Ninho de Urubu training grounds in Rio de Janeiro's western region. Overhead images captured by an Associated Press drone showed a smoky, charred area of the complex.
Maine 10-year-old Suffered Horrific Abuse Before Death, Court Docs Show
According to court records, the ten-year-old girl who was allegedly killed by her mother and stepfather in Stockton Springs suffered months of physical abuse.
A mother's love: How an ex-skateboarding & television star overcame a life long addiction
Addiction cost Brandon Novak a professional skateboarding career, and a TV job that netted him millions. He lost friends and family, but never his mother's love. Years later, Brandon is sober and helping others like him turn their lives around.
Judge on top NY court, the first female Muslim judge in the US, is found dead in Hudson River
Abdus-Salaam, 65, was the first female Muslim judge in the United States and the first female African-American to serve on New York’s top court, the New York Times reports.