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Ohio FedEx delivery man fixes stars and stripes pillows after dropping off package

An Ohio FedEx delivery man who flipped a set of stars and stripes pillows is being hailed a patriot.

Soldier who amputated leg to save tank crew: 'It's the best thing that's ever happened to me'

It's not often you hear someone who lost their leg say it's the best thing to ever happen to them. But that's how Army Spec. Ezra Maes feels today.

Oregon high school football coach disarms and hugs student carrying loaded shotgun

Keanon Lowe, the football, track coach and security guard for Parkrose High School disarmed and embraced a student who had walked into school with a loaded shotgun on May 17.

New arrest for California woman who livestreamed drunk driving crash that killed sister

California cops have announced the arrest of a 20-year-old woman who earned notoriety after killing her younger sister in drunk-driving crash that she was livestreaming at the time on social media.

Ohio town splits building in two over property dispute

An Ohio town chose a Solomon-like solution to a property dispute by splitting a new storage building in half.

Two suspects charged in largest seizure of turtles in recent history, FWC says

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission has charged two suspects for poaching thousands of native turtles in Florida in what agency says is the largest seizure of turtles in recent history.

Florida battered by Nestor's high winds; tornado leaves thousands without power, middle school damaged

Nearly 10,000 customers were left without power Friday night as a tornado reportedly touched down in central Florida and rain and high winds from Tropical Storm Nestor continued to batter the state.

Navy veteran's family plans to sue VA over suspicious hospital death ruled a homicide

The family of an 87-year-old U.S. Navy veteran who died suddenly in June 2018 -- reportedly due to a wrongfully administered insulin dose at a Veterans Affairs hospital in West Virginia -- plans to sue the federal Department of Veterans Affairs over the death, which has been ruled a homicide.

Texas longhorn named Bucklehead breaks world record for horn span: See the pics

A Texas longhorn named Bucklehead broke the world record for the longest horn span at a showcase this month, according to a report. 

Indiana driver, 24, convicted of reckless homicide after plowing into 4 children boarding school bus, killing 3

An Indiana woman was found guilty Friday of reckless homicide after plowing her pickup truck into four children, killing three, as they crossed a two-lane highway to board a school bus. 

Tropical Storm Nestor forms, threatening US Gulf Coast

Forecasters are predicting that despite high winds, surging seas and heavy rain along the Gulf Coast, Tropical Storm Nester is not expected to morph into a hurricane, much to the relief of states in the storm's path that were more than 75 percent devastated by Hurricane Michael just last year.

Chinese national convicted of trying to export US military technology to China

A Chinese national was sentenced Wednesday to 40 months in prison after being accused of conspiring to export U.S. military and space technology to China, the Justice Department said Friday.

Woman pleads guilty to homicide after fatally botching silicone butt injection

A New York woman pleaded guilty to criminally negligent homicide after she accidentally killed a patient in a botched plastic surgery procedure then fled the country, according to federal prosecutors.

Pennsylvania man charged with arson, murder in wife's death 9 years ago

Pennsylvania authorities conducted a nine-year investigation before arresting a man in the murder of his wife.

Mom of children found hanging told 911 dispatcher son was bullied, 'didn't want to go alone'

A newly released recording of 911 dispatches is adding mystery to the deaths of an 8-year-old boy and his 4-year-old sister found hanging in a Pennsylvania basement last month.

Sisters reunited after 75 years thanks to online DNA test

Two sisters who were unaware the other existed their entire lives meet each other for the very first time in 75 years thanks to a DNA kit from Ancestry.com.

Missouri man missing a week found alive in crashed car at bottom of ravine

A person on a dirt bike came across a damaged vehicle at the bottom of a ravine in Missouri and found a critically injured man inside who had been reported missing six days earlier.

Authorities: 2 Iowa deputies and suspect wounded in shootout

Authorities say two sheriff's deputies were shot and wounded while serving a warrant at an apartment complex in central Iowa.

Trump says Europe now willing to take IS prisoners in Syria

President Donald Trump framed the U.S.-brokered cease-fire deal with Turkey as "a great day for civilization," but its effect was largely to mitigate a foreign policy crisis widely seen to be of his own making.

Georgia man hides inside Costco, waits for employees to leave before stealing $13G in jewelry

A bold thief in Georgia staked out a local Costco store before waiting for employees to leave for the night and swiping more than $13,000 worth in jewelry, police said.

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