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  • Man faces murder charges in foster brother’s stabbing death at Elyria gas station

    ELYRIA, Ohio — Elyria police released additional information Friday in the investigation into a man’s death.  According to a release from police, the victim– identified as Antwan T.  Dormendo, 27– was found stabbed at the Gas Go on Lake Ave. at 1:13 a.m.  He was taken to the hospital where he died. Police said it was determined that Antonio F. Sprinkle, 27, was allegedly responsible for the crime. Detectives signed charges against Sprinkle for murder. At just before 7 a.m., […]

  • 81-year-old middle school custodian receives GED, promotion

    BARTOW COUNTY, Ga. — A middle school custodian in Bartow County, Georgia, is an absolute inspiration to others. Instead of thinking about retirement, 81-year-old Herbert Perkinson was thinking about more job responsibilities. According to a press release from the Bartow County School System,  Woodland Middle School Principal Michael Blankenship said he wanted to offer the head custodian position last school year to Perkinson, but the school learned a high school diploma or GED was required. “I told him that it’s […]

  • Millersburg inn says boy discovered woolly mammoth tooth on its grounds

    MILLERSBURG, Ohio — Talk about an amazing back-to-school story or, as the The Inn at Honey Run so perfectly put it, a story for the (ice) ages! The inn, located in Millersburg, posted on Facebook about the recent discovery of a woolly mammoth tooth. According to the post, the innkeeper’s 12-year-old relative, Jackson, spotted the tooth on the inn’s grounds last month. It was discovered near Honey Run Creek during a family reunion photo shoot, the inn said. According to […]

  • Florida moms go viral with back-to-school celebration photos

    MINNEOLA, Fla. — A photo shoot featuring a group of moms celebrating their children going back to school has gone viral. According to Shawna Genua, she and three other moms in her neighborhood decided to take the photos after seeing everyone else post sad back-to-school pictures. “While we were sad too, we also celebrated!!” Genua told FOX 8. She said between her and the other three moms, they have 18 kids. “So imagine spending all summer with them… yea!!! Haha.” […]

  • International Cat Day! Photo gallery #2

    It’s International Cat Day! Check out more cat pics, HERE. This gallery is closed.

  • Amber Alert update: Baby boy taken from hospital in Austin found safe

    AUSTIN, Texas — An Amber Alert was issued Monday for a baby boy in Austin, Texas, but, thankfully, the alert was canceled a short time later when the baby was found safe. According to the alert, Elijah Phillips, who is just under a month old, had last been seen on July 22. KLTV reports Elijah’s mother gave birth to him on July 19, but checked into the hospital under a false name. Austin police reportedly said Brittany Smith gave permission […]

  • ‘Friends’ coming to theaters to celebrate 25th anniversary

    Can you believe it’s been 25 years since Monica, Rachel, Phoebe, Ross, Chandler and Joey first started making us laugh? And, now for the show’s big anniversary, “Friends” is hitting theaters across the country. According to Fathom Events,  “Your friends are still there for you, 25 years later! Celebrate the milestone anniversary of the beloved sitcom, coming to the big screen for the first time ever!” Twelve episodes of the hit show will play over three nights — Sept. 23, […]

  • Unforgettable road trip: Man taking grandmother to every national park in the U.S.

    A man and his 89-year-old grandmother are on the journey of a lifetime and they are inspiring so many people along the way. Brad Ryan and Grandma Joy are on a quest to visit all 61 U.S. National Parks. When Brad learned his grandmother had never seen the ocean or the mountains he decided to do something about it — he has been taking his grandma on the most unforgettable road trip filled with a thousand wonderful memories. Brad and […]

  • Olive Garden announces new ‘Lifetime Pasta Pass’

    Pasta lovers, get ready! Olive Garden on Monday announced details of its Never Ending Pasta Pass and, for the first time, a chance at a Lifetime Pasta Pass. The sale starts Thursday, August 15.  Olive Garden says you can “join the waiting room” at 1:55 p.m. ET with the sale beginning at 2 p.m. ET. The Never Ending Pasta Pass is $100 plus tax and gives you nine weeks of unlimited servings of pastas, sauces and toppings from the restaurant’s […]

  • Gallery 3: It’s National Cat Day – Help us celebrate your furry friends by sharing their pics!

    It’s National Cat Day! It was founded in 2005 by the Pet and Family Lifestyle expert and animal welfare advocate, Colleen Paige, to help the public recognize the number of cats that need to be rescued each year. It’s also to encourage cat owners and lovers to celebrate the cats in their lives for their love and companionship.

  • Authorities looking to identify man found dead in river in Ohio: ‘His loved ones deserve answers’

    DEFIANCE COUNTY, Ohio — Authorities are hoping someone can help them identify a man who was found dead in May. The man was located in the Maumee River in Defiance County on May 24.  According to the Ohio Attorney General’s Office, he may have entered the water between Indiana and the location where he was discovered. Authorities provided the following description of the man: He’s believed to be between 25 and 30 years old, about 5’4” to 5’6” tall,  and […]

  • Deputies in Georgia escort son of fallen officer to first day of 4th grade

    HALL COUNTY, Ga. — A little boy had some wonderful friends by his side on his first day of fourth grade.  Deputies in Hall County, Georgia, walked Caden Dixon to school on Wednesday. Last month, Caden’s father, Nicolas Dixon, 28, was killed in the line of duty after trying to stop a stolen vehicle suspected to have been involved in multiple burglaries. Dixon was shot below his ballistic vest and later passed away at the hospital. According to a Facebook […]

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