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  • Little league baseball team trolled for gun raffle

    MISSOURI— A youth baseball team in is getting national attention for raffling an AR-15 to raise money. It’s the same type of semi-automatic weapon that was used to mow down 17 people at a high school in Florida. Many in the town of Neosho, Missouri are coming to the team’s defense, including the Mayor Ben Baker. The team’s coach insists the raffle was organized before the Florida school massacre and is essential to the teams existence. So despite onlookers crying, […]

  • More school threats; Now North Carolina and Wisconsin, who’s next?

    HOUSTON— Law enforcement officers around the country are stepping up efforts to investigate “all school threats,” in wake of the Parkland,Florida school shooting that left 17 dead. Deputies in Alamance County, North Carolina, north of Burlington, arrested a student for making threats to blow up the Clover Garden Charter School – twice! The teen was taken into custody on February 5th, and threatened to blow up the school “again” when he bonded out of jail on the 12th. Now he’s […]

  • Texas cave found in neighborhood stretches 200 feet

    HOUSTON—Homeowners of one Texas street are learning that a cave found underneath their house is much larger than expected. Five engineers descended into the Cambria Cavern in Williamson County, north of Austin, and discovered the cave. It was first thought to be a few feet wide, but engineers have learned that it actually stretches over 200 feet. Residents are now worried for the safety of their homes. City engineers are working with hydro geologists to check the structural integrity of […]

  • Girl Scouts give out free cookie sto first responders

    HOUSTON— The Houston Police Department may no longer have to pay for donuts thanks to the Girl Scouts of San Jacinto  and their  “Cookies 4 Heroes” campaign. Local first responders received 120-thousand boxes of girl scout cookies for free! It’s the Girl Scouts way of honoring first responders’ heroic actions during Hurricane Harvey. Houston Mayor Pro-Tem Ellen Cohen even honored the scouts with an official proclamation and the HPD officers were extremely appreciative for the cookies. So next time you […]

  • Toronto landscaper accused of killing, dismembering bodies of at least 5 men with ties to ‘gay village’

    TORONTO, Canada — A Toronto gardener is accused of  killing more than just weeds,  after five different human  remains  were found in large planters he maintained. Bruce McArthur was initially arrested Jan. 18 on first degree murder charges  in the deaths of 44-year-old Selim Esen and 49-year-old Andrew Kinsman. During his arrest, police reportedly found another man tied to his bed. On  Jan. 29, investigators added three additional first degree charges for the deaths of 58-year-old Majeed Kayhan, 47-year-old Dean […]

  • Houston rap legends Paul Wall, Lil’ KeKe surprise Hurricane Harvey-affected students with shopping spree at Galleria

    HOUSTON — Shhhhh…. its a surprise! Houston rappers Paul Wall and  Lil’ KeKe, along with social media influencer Athena, showed up to a Yes Prep Public School to surprise three students  affected by Hurricane Harvey, hoping to make their holidays a little happier. The Houston rappers and Cricket Wireless gifted each student with a $1,000 shopping spree at the Galleria.. With words of encouragement, Paul Wall and Lil’ KeKe let the students know that their struggles didn’t go unnoticed. Escorting […]

  • Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee host ‘Toys for the Kids’ holiday celebration

    HOUSTON — With a wave and a smile, Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee greeted families at her 23rd annual “Toys for the Kids” holiday celebration Saturday morning. This annual event was held at the George R. Brown Convention Center and is a staple during the holiday season for many Houston parents in need. About 5,000 underprivileged kids got to feel the Christmas spirit by getting a gift. It was a Who’s Who celebration as Police Chief Art Acevedo and local Houston artists […]

  • California Christmas money stolen from Boy Scouts

    SACRAMENTO, Calif—A brazen snatch and grab has left a hard-working boy scout troop scrambling to raise over 150-dollars. Rockroe Boy Scout Troop 59 has been selling Christmas trees everyday after school to raise money for a summer camping trip and with just two weeks ’til christmas, they were worried they wouldn’t  have enough time to recoup the stolen money. Tattooed Santa, a-k-a  Josh Hughes, the owner of a nearby tattoo shop, wanted to help once he found out about the heartless […]

  • ‘Happily gentrifying the neighborhood’: Colorado coffee shop sign sparks outrage

    COLORADO —Cleaning up or cleaning out! Wherever you stand on gentrification, some would agree that this Denver coffee shop sign was in bad taste. Managers of the Ink Coffee Shop stirred up the community when they posted a sidewalk sign saying, “Happily gentrifying the neighborhood since 2014.” The message resulted in hundreds of protesters gathering outside of the  shop to voice their outrage. This inner city neighborhood, like many across the country, is undergoing a major demographic shift, as many […]