December 2, 2018

On Friday a grand jury indicted former Dallas police officer Amber Guyger on a murder charger. Guyger made international headlines in September after she shot and killed a man in his apartment. Initially, prosecutors involved in the case charged Guyger with manslaughter. However, after conducting a lengthy investigation, prosecutors amended the charges to murder. On September 6th, Guyger told authorities she mistakenly entered the apartment of Botham Jean. Guyger said she thought she entered her apartment which was one floor above… Read more

December 2, 2018

Generally, I am not one for celebrity gossip, but every so often a delicious nugget falls into my lap. Today’s gossip comes courtesy from New York Post’s Page Six. According to Page Six, Donald Trump’s “other” daughter Tiffany is dating a new man. However, the new man isn’t the salacious part of the story. Nope, the wild part of the story is the main squeeze of Tiffany comes from a portion of Africa that Trump referred to as a sh**hole… Read more

December 2, 2018

  Early this morning, I leaped out of bed. I chased my five-year-old down the stairs, and let the dogs out the patio door. The clock said 7 am, and Sunday morning was in full effect. Our cats and dogs circled their bowls for their food. My son screamed with excitement about a new show on YouTube. I worked through my mental checklist of what I needed to get done. Animals fed, check. Medications for my son administered, check. Food… Read more

December 1, 2018

College students at Yale will see a new vending machine in one of their buildings. According to a report in the Yale Daily News, a wellness-to-go vending machine will be installed at Sillman College before winter break. The machine will contain the often-coveted morning after pill Plan-B along with other contraceptives. While contraceptive vending machines may seem like a novel idea, Yale joins a growing trend of Universities installing the vending machines on campus. Yale Daily News announced the installation of… Read more

December 1, 2018

Almost two weeks have passed since missionary John Allen Chau died on North Sentinel Island. Chau attempted to make contact with the protected Sentinelese tribe. New evidence discovered by Indian police indicate that two United States citizens influenced and helped Chau achieve his goal of reaching the restricted island. According to multiple outlets, Dependra Pathak, head of police in the Andaman and Nicobar islands, told the AFP that two Americans encouraged Chau to go to the island. Through an investigation,… Read more

December 1, 2018

Last week a Ramsey County court in Minnesota charged Megan Kafer with inflicting starvation on her 9-month-old son. In an exclusive interview, investigators say Megan is a skilled liar that convinced those closest to her of her innocence.  Additionally, screenshot provided by a source detail the magnitude of the lies Megan shared with others about her son. According to multiple outlets and St. Paul Police, Megan Kafer withheld food from her child, tampered with his feeding tube, and through this… Read more

November 30, 2018

Earlier this week, a stepmother became a step-monster by killing her step-daughter. A California court charged a stepmother in the brutal death of her 4-year-old stepdaughter. According to multiple reports, Zulma Chavez-Ventura stomped, kicked and slammed her stepdaughter into the ground. Ultimately, the injuries led to the death of her 4-year-0ld stepdaughter Serenity. According to Stockton, California Police’s Facebook page, officers responded to a call on November 25th at the home of Chavez-Ventura. The update states: “On November 25, 2018, Stockton… Read more

November 30, 2018

Some parents do a great job of picking horrible names for their children. Even though the child has no control over their parents stupid choice, the child often faces ridicule and bullying because of their name. Generally, the mockery of the name doesn’t create national headlines. However, a mother in Texas says a Southwest Airlines flight attendants took photos of her daughter’s boarding pass, laughed at the pass, and shared the photo on social media. Traci Redford spoke with ABC7… Read more

November 30, 2018

Earlier this week, Canada marked a massive victory in their war on miracle mineral solution. Stanely Nowak of British Columbia became the first person convicted under the Food and Drug Act for marketing. Nowak pled guilty to 17 charges under the act this week. A court sentenced him for his crimes following the plea. The victory appears to be a signal that Canadian law enforcement is serious about stopping the sale of miracle mineral solution or commercial bleach. For more… Read more

November 28, 2018

Chiropractors catch a lot of flack for not being “real doctors,” and the broader medical world often scrutinizes their practices and therapies. None of the skepticism or doubt seemed to stop a chiropractor in Pennsylvania from pretending to be a doctor. Marc Steven Persson fraudulently prescribed six of his patient’s pain medication without a medical license.  A Delaware County District Attorney charged Persson with writing prescriptions without a medical license. According to reports, Persson owns Perssonal Health Chiropractor in Delaware County. Persson… Read more

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