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Brooke Skylar Richardson was just 18 when she was accused of killing her newborn baby and burying it in the backyard.
A hungry college student now known as "Ranch Girl" pushed her way through the senator's Iowa City appearance.
After the elderly man's bike had been stolen, Cape Coral field training officer Ken Cody and officer trainee Guang Song went to Walmart and bought him a brand-new bike.
If you shower in the evening, you're going to want to stock your linen closet with the absorbent DryZzz pillowcase.
Senior trooper R.L. Paynter went above and beyond when leading the funeral procession, saluting each car in the rain and snow until the entire procession made it to the gravesite.
Gill assured that nobody was hurt during the incident. But said it will take some time for her employees to feel safe at work again.
A sign threatened dog owners with "poisoned meatballs," "paw crushing traps," or "smearing dog crap all over your front door" if they don't pick up after their dogs.
A mother says that spectators at a high school game made monkey noises to disrespect her teenage son, who is the only black player on his basketball team.
James Schmidt, a softball coach with the Cy-Fair Texas Sting organization has been fired and charged with assault after he allegedly attacked a grandmother, Donna Edwards, at a game in an incident captured on her cellphone camera.
The bill addresses multiple issues where accessibility for the deaf can be improved, which include addressing a shortage of sign-language interpreters.
"About 35 minutes into our 1-hour shoot we heard a voice shouting in our direction — and when we turned to look it was this woman rolling up in her car, shouting through her window," the mother wrote.
The bankruptcy of two Arizona hospitals have made it impossible for patients to access their healthcare records.
Selena Gomez tried out a frosted green eyeshadow color on Instagram yesterday, giving a preview of a throwback trend that’s about to be everywhere.
"The Good Place" actress Jameela Jamil called out Karl Lagerfeld for his long history of body-shaming women, saying "I call out bullies. And I'm not sorry."