U.S. New York Post
The teen who was hounded and ultimately killed by alleged Texas school shooter Dimitrios Pagourtzis told her parents she was afraid the creep would hurt her - and that if he did, she’d “haunt him forever,” her dad said. Shana Fisher, 16, had the chilling premonition just two weeks before she was gunned down - along with seven other students and two teachers at Santa Fe High School. “Shana told her mother two weeks ago he was going to come and kill her,” her dad, Timothy Thomas, told the Daily Mail. The girl’s mother, Sadie Rodriguez, recounted to multiple outlets how the twisted Pagourtzis, 17, went after her daughter for four months - until Fisher ultimately told him to cut it out in front of their class, a week before his rampage.
Prince Harry & Meghan Come Up for Air, Grinning Like They ... (Wink, wink) 1 5/21/2018 9:51 AM PDT If you wondered how Prince Harry and Meghan spent their first day married ... the looks on their faces Monday should answer any questions. The royal newlyweds had a certain glow about 'em as they arrived back at their home at Kensington Palace in London -- the first sighting since Saturday's festivities. They've done away with all the pomp and circumstance ... no chauffeur, as Harry drove his bride. No immediate honeymoon for Megs and Harry ... they've postponed it for Prince Charles' 70th birthday Patronage Celebration. There's a public celebration for the future King of England on Tuesday. Just
8 Strange and Heartbreaking Details About The Man Who Intentionally Crashed His Car Into A Restaurant, Killing Two Members Of His Family
A North Carolina man drove his car into a local restaurant he frequented with his family, killing two people and injuring several others. Roger Self, 62, killed his daughter and daughter-in-law on May 20 when he drove at full speed into the Surf and Turf Lodge in Bessemer City. "Tragic, tragic loss of life," Gaston County Sheriff Alan Cloninger said.
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A new video has emerged in the ongoing battle between a deaf man, his pregnant fiancee and their service dog -- and the man who police said punched the latter two after a flight from Colorado to Florida. Interested in Airlines? Add Airlines as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Airlines news, video, and analysis from ABC News. The video shows the deaf man, Matthew Silvay, in the aisle of the plane on Frontier Airlines Flight 1752, apparently enraged after Timothy Manley allegedly punched the dog, Zariel. Mathew Silvay and Hazel Ramirez, who are both deaf, began arguing with another couple, Timothy and Petrini Manley, after Timothy allegedly punched their service dog with a closed fist.
Sports New York Post
Marc Dull won the 37th Mid-Amateur Championship in Placida, Fla., after his opponent, Jeff Golden, withdrew from the event due to an “unfortunate injury,” according to the Florida State Golf Association. Golden told the Charlotte County Sheriff’s Office that Hibbs punched him in the left side of the face in the parking lot at Coral Creek Club on May 13. In the police report obtained by Golf Channel, Hibbs recused himself from the course after he caused a controversial rules infraction, which Golden had called him out for. With play later stopped due to rain, Golden left the 17th hole to stop at his car in the parking lot, where Hibbs approached him, apologized, then punched him in the face, according to the report.
U.S. The Independent
The second cyclist ran, but the cougar dropped his first victim and pounced on him, killing him and dragging him back to what appeared to be its den, Captain Alan Myers, of the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Police, said. The men had been riding together near North Bend, around 30 miles east of Seattle. It was the first fatal cougar attack in the state on 94 years.
Dog Used for Fighting Didn't Have a Home, So He Curled Up in Someone's Yard to Hide From His Abusers
A heartbreaking rescue unfolded in Jones County, Mississipi after a Pit Bull was found in appalling condition. The homeowner who first spotted the injured dog called the Sheriff’s Department, who contacted Southern Cross Animal Rescue (SCAR). Once they got a clear look at the dog’s condition, it was evident that he was the victim of dog fighting. The sweet boy was given the name Atlas and taken to the vet for emergency care. When SCAR arrived on the scene, the poor dog was curled up in a corner near the house as if he was hiding from the horrible people who abused him. Cuts, lacerations, and bite wounds covered his face, head, and neck. Atlas also was emaciated and had a swollen back leg. Like