Chris Watts Was Allegedly Cheating on Wife Shanann with Coworker Before Murdering His Family: Authorities
Chris Watts Was Allegedly Cheating on Wife Shanann Before Murders
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A photo of officer Celeste Jaqueline Ayala nursing the distressed infant while on duty at a Buenos Aires hospital set the internet ablaze.
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SEABROOK, N.H. (AP) - One moment, Matt Tomaszewski was enjoying a sunny day at the beach with his family. The next, he was running to the ocean with his paddleboard to try to save the lives of six swimmers caught in a rip current. He was among numerous good Samaritans and others who sprang into action Sunday at New Hampshire's Seabrook Beach. Police and fire rescuers were called. One officer shed his uniform, jumped in and helped swimmers to shore; he returned later with a surfboard to search for another. Lifeguards at a nearby beach swarmed in on Jet Skis and with a rescue boat. Four swimmers and a good Samaritan who also got caught in the current were pulled to safety, but a married couple
Steve Dennis’s birth certificate didn’t say where he was born or when, or to whom. It just said he was found in a telephone booth. Two bread deliverymen had found him there early one January morning in 1954, back when Dennis didn’t yet have a name. They found the “big blue-eyed infant” wrapped in blankets inside a cardboard box in the phone booth just outside Yielky’s Drive-In near Lancaster, Ohio, the Lancaster Eagle-Gazette reported at the time. There was no telling how long he had been there, perhaps only a few hours. The baby was very cold to the touch, the paper reported, and so was the bottle of milk left with him in the box. The mystery soon captivated the residents of Lancaster. In just
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Dad of missing Iowa jogger Mollie Tibbetts 'reluctantly' returns home to California as investigation continues
The father of missing Iowa jogger Mollie Tibbetts has "reluctantly" returned to his home in California as the investigation into his daughter's mysterious disappearance continues. Mollie Tibbetts, a 20-year-old rising sophomore at the University of Iowa, vanished the evening of July 18 while jogging in the rural farming town of Brooklyn, a close-knit community of about 1,500 residents.