Following Republican Roy Moore's historic upset defeat in Alabama, Democrats are giddy at the prospect of stealing another seat in a GOP stronghold. Meet Kelli Ward, a conservative former state senator running for the Republican nomination in the 2018 Arizona Senate race to replace the retiring Senator Jeff Flake, a safe that the GOP once considered safe. Much like Moore, who was a controversial candidate even before allegations of sexual misconduct were exposed, Ward is widely known for incendiary comments criticizing the LGBTQ community and communities of color.
Juanita Fitzgerald, from Lake County, Florida, was arrested on Tuesday after she said the National Church Residences’ Franklin House housing community had decided to “put her out” after blaming her for mould in her apartment. Police said she was given notice of her eviction on Monday, but refused to leave the building the next day, reports Florida TV station WKMG. A Lake County sheriff’s spokesperson said a deputy tried to connect Ms Fitzgerald with members of her family and other housing facilities, but she refused.
A Canadian man says he’s broke after the United Parcel Service lost track of his inheritance. The intended $846,000 delivery was a bank draft from TD Canada Trust, which still hasn’t refunded the lost fortune 10 months later. “It was a total surprise,” Lorette Taylor told CBC News.
A mother police describe as a drug queen was detained on Wednesday in what might be the largest indoor marijuana operation ever discovered in San Bernardino, Calif. Stephanie Smith, 43, allegedly ran the unlicensed operation, which included employees, guards, an advanced drip-irrigation system, multiple buildings filled with more than 24,000 marijuana plants in various stages of growth, and a $67,000 electric bill, according to San Bernardino police. The outsized electric bill - linked to an old, ostensibly empty warehouse - helped lead authorities to the operation. Smith earned millions of dollars each month, according to CBS Los Angeles. “The huge operation is normally associated with a drug
A north suburban couple whose dog was recently attacked by a coyote are warning other pet owners to take precautions when small animals are outside. Vicky Dinges said her dog Boozer had been out of her Northfield home for less than a minute early Wednesday when a coyote emerged and attacked the cairn terrier, leaving the small dog with a bloody head wound. Dinges said she ran out of the house screaming and the coyote scurried off. She retrieved Boozer, who suffered a deep gash in his head, a bloody eye and other injuries. “He was shaking, I was shaking,” Dinges said. “It could have been so much worse. “ Her home’s surveillance camera captured the attack on video, where the small dog is seen walking
"This shouldn't have happened," Rae Ann Gruver said in an exclusive interview with ABC News' Amy Robach three months after her son, Max Gruver, 18, died following a night of drinking and alleged hazing at the Phi Delta Theta fraternity's LSU chapter. On the night of September 13, Max Gruver and other fraternity pledges participated in a game dubbed "Bible Study," where pledges were asked questions about the fraternity and ordered to drink alcohol if they answered questions incorrectly, according to an affidavit filed by LSU police in October.
The U.S. is home to a blend of languages and cultures, but unfortunately some people use this diversity to excuse their own…