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Deployed mom surprises son at high school graduation

High school graduation is a memorable event in any child's life, it makes it much better when your mother, who was deployed with the Navy, unexpectedly shows up to witness the event. The heartwarming military reunions never get old, and this one is no exception. >> Read more trending stories ...

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Dog dies after being thrown from truck

A dog is dead after reportedly being thrown out of a truck on a Tulsa highway at about 12:30 p.m. Thursday. The vehicle is believed to be a black or dark-colored Ford four door, dually pickup truck. The driver and passenger are unknown. It happened just two cars in front ...

Low pay, potentially undesirable hours and danger make taxi driving a very stressful endeavor. Taxi drivers are among the most susceptible to robbery of any other profession, making this a particularly dangerous career option.

Cab fare jumper sentenced to walk instead

You may want to reconsider not paying your cab fare in one Ohio community, you may get a difficult and unusual punishment. >> Read more trending stories   WOIO reported that Victoria Bascom didn't pay her fare for a ride between Cleveland and Painesville.   Instead of just paying what she owed, ...

Bob Saget, John Stamos, Lori Laughlin sign on for 'Full House' reboot

The long-awaited reboot/sequel to the hit television "Full House" is getting more of the original cast members back. Bob Saget, a.k.a. Danny Tanner, posted on his Facebook page that he's in for the new Netflix series "Fuller House."  His Friday post featured a photo of Saget in an embrace with ...

Ria Cheruvu, 11, is going to Harvard after graduating high school as valedictorian.

11-year-old graduates high school, turns Ivy League

At a time she should be preparing for middle school, an 11-year-old from Arizona has graduated from high school and has her future set on the Ivy Leagues. Ria Cheruvu was the top student of this year's graduating class of Arizona Connections Academy, KPHO reported. >> Read more trending stories   The academy is ...

A controversial photo shows two former Chicago police officers holding rifles over a black man wearing deer antlers.

Photo shows Chicago cops posed with black man in antlers

A former Chicago cop is in hot water again after a controversial photo was released by the court. The photo of  two white police officers holding rifles posing over a black man wearing deer antlers surfaced a few years back and had city lawyers trying to keep it from being ...

5 things to know about FBI investigation into Johnson & Johnson cancer device

One doctor said she tested negative for cancer before a hysterectomy, but months later doctors found a rare form. “No point in time did anyone ever say, ‘Well you know because you had it morcellated, that worsens your prognosis.’ That's something we discovered on our own,” patient Dr. Amy Reed ...

Pastor shot by police had recently separated from wife

Officers from the South Carolina State Law Enforcement Division are investigating an officer-involved shooting at the Carolina Corner store in Lancaster. The sheriff told Channel 9 the initial call appeared to be domestic-related. Law enforcement responded and at least one deputy fired shots and struck the man, the sheriff said. ...

A list of Indian-American winners in the Scripps National Spelling Bee

Indian-Americans have won the Scripps National Spelling Bee 14 of the last 16 years, with the two most recent competitions crowning four co-champions of South Asian descent. Vanya Shivashankar, 13, and Gokul Venkatachalam, 14, both won the 2015 contest on Thursday night, continuing the trend that has manifested itself over ...

Harrison Ford back in the skies months after plane crash

Just three months after Harrison Ford survived a horrific plane crash, the actor has been seen taking flight once again. Ford broke his pelvis and ankle while suffering a severe head laceration when he crashed his World War II era plane on a golf course March 5. Thursday, he was ...

Charles Benning, a 92-year-old World War II veteran from Springfield, donned a cap and gown and was escorted by his grandson Sean Jenkins (right) to receive an honorary diploma from Yellow Springs High School Thursday night. Benning left school at age 17 to fight in the war and served in a unit of black soldiers in the Army. He was a platoon sergeant in an ambulance company that ferried wounded Americans, French and Germans from the battlefields of Normandy and beyond.  LISA POWELL / STAFF

WWII veteran receives honorary diploma

More than 70 years after Charles W. Benning left high school to serve in World War II, the Army veteran took care of some unfinished business Thursday. Benning, 92, was due to receive an honorary diploma at a graduation ceremony at Yellow Springs High School with the more than 50 ...

Vanya Shivashankar, Gokul Venkatachalam tie for the win at National Spelling Bee

For the second year in a row, two contestants share the top spot in the National Spelling Bee — Gokul Venkatachalam, of St. Louis, Mo., and Vanya Shivashankar, of Olathe, Kan. Watch their winning moments here. Vanya's final word was "scherenschnitte." It comes from the German for “scissor cuts.” Gokul, who ...

City worker fired after using PTO to attend funeral

After more than a decade with the Duval County Tax Collector's office, Brenda Chapman was immediately dismissed from her position without pay from her position Thursday. An internal investigation found she misrepresented her familial relationship with a woman who died earlier that month. "I've been in this building 14 years. ...

This photo provided by the Baltimore Police Department on Friday, May 1, 2015 shows, top row from left, Caesar R. Goodson Jr., Garrett E. Miller and Edward M. Nero, and bottom row from left, William G. Porter, Brian W. Rice and Alicia D. White, the six police officers charged with felonies ranging from assault to murder in the death of Freddie Gray. (Baltimore Police Department via AP)

Video shows Baltimore cops hugged, not cuffed, when booked into jail

Contrary to standard procedure, when three of six Baltimore city officers were booked into jail on murder charges for the death of Freddie Gray, they were not cuffed — and one of them was greeted with a bear hug. More trending stories “Caesar R. Goodson Jr., William G. Porter and ...

When Charlena Michelle Cooks, 8 months pregnant at the time, would not tell officers her name right away, they pushed her to the ground on her belly and cuffed her. (Photo: YouTube)

Body cam shows cops forcing pregnant black woman to ground on her belly

Police are defending two police officers who pushed an 8-months-pregnant black woman to the ground and cuffed her because she would not give her full name, saying there was no underlying racial issue. Charlena Michelle Cooks got into a “road rage argument” with a white female school employee in the ...

Cuban coffee tutorial. (Contributed by Michelle Lara/ Cupcakes, Cocktails and Kids)

The prime time to drink your morning coffee is...

Set your watch alarms for 10 a.m. According to AsapScience, that is the ideal time to consume your morning coffee because the production of cortisol, the "stress hormone" associated with the way the body naturally wakes itself up, generally peaks between 8 and 9 a.m. This corresponds with the time ...

Firefighters too big, but 6-year-old fits down drain to rescue kitten

Firefighters in central Pennsylvania couldn’t fit into a storm drain to rescue a tiny kitten, but fortunately there was a 6-year-old girl who was just the right size. Janeysha Cruz, 6, and her friends discovered the trapped kitten Tuesday afternoon.  Janeysha’s mom called 911 and then gave firefighters permission to ...

Officer Nelson Enriquez with Jimmy (left) and with Hector. (Photos: Hialeah Police Department)

Two K-9s found dead in Florida officer's SUV after being left overnight

Two police dogs were found dead in an unmarked SUV outside a Florida police officer’s home Wednesday, prompting an internal affairs investigation, which is ongoing. Hialeah police said K-9 Officer Nelson Enriquez apparently left the dogs in the vehicle at the end of his midnight shift early Wednesday.  The officer ...

Ryan Radomski plays with Legos at the Family Place in Blake Library on February 7, 2013.

Eatable, stackable Lego bricks are now available

Your new, super fun weekend project is now here --- eatable and stackable Legos. YouTube do-it-yourself scientist Grant Thompson shared with viewers a way to create Legos that can be created at home with easy steps. More popular and trending stories In the video, Thompson uses Lego-shaped ice cube trays ...

A customer holds a mimosa during brunch at Le Rendez-vous in West Palm Beach on April 19, 2015.  (Richard Graulich / The Palm Beach Post)

Study: Daily drinks more harmful as you age

It may be time to put down that drink. According to a new study, there could be serious consequences for eldery people who have one or two drinks daily. Accrding to NBC News, Harvard Medical School researchers surveyed 4,466 people with an average age of 76 who also underwent heart scans, ...

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