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PETA Wants Chicken Memorial in Turlock

Aug 15, 2016

TURLOCK — Among the sunflowers that grow along Highway 99 northbound in Turlock is the site where a truck transporting chickens rolled over on Aug. 5. The CHP said an unknown number of birds died that day. The site is also a place where an animal rights group wants to place a tombstone memorializing...

Sacramento Man Arrested on Human Trafficking Charge

Jun 24, 2016
Sacramento Man Arrested on Human Trafficking Charge

SACRAMENTO — A Sacramento man was arrested on a list of serious charges, including human trafficking, after one of his alleged victims escaped from an apartment in Redding, officials say. A woman contacted police Tuesday evening at Hinkle’s Market in Redding. She had been reported missing a day earlier in the Redding area. Police...

Alcoholic Control Board Suspends License of Davis Bar, Site of Fatal Stabbing

Feb 25, 2016

DAVIS– The Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control has issued a 30-day suspension of KetMoRee Thai’s liquor license, citing constant disorderly conduct at the restaurant. Along with the 30-day suspension, the restaurant and bar’s license will be under a two-year probation. According to the ABC, Davis Police are called to KetMoRee many times for fights,...

Cops: Honors Student was Actually Grown Man Pretending to be High Schooler

Feb 25, 2016

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Police say a central Pennsylvania high school honors student was actually a 23-year-old Ukrainian national using a false identity after his visa expired. Artur Samarin was arrested and charged Tuesday by the Harrisburg police. Police say he pretended to be Harrisburg High School student Asher Potts, who had a 4.16...

SeaWorld Acknowledges Planting Worker in Animal Rights Group

Feb 25, 2016

ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — SeaWorld is acknowledging that it sent a worker to infiltrate an animal rights group which opposed the theme park. SeaWorld Entertainment CEO Joel Manby said Thursday that the company will no longer use such practices to spy on opponents. Manby says that the company is hiring an outside firm to...

Family of ‘Cops’ TV Crew Member Killed by Omaha Police Sues

Feb 25, 2016

OMAHA (AP)– The brother of a crew member for the TV show “Cops” who was killed by a police bullet in 2014 while filming a shootout has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the city of Omaha. The lawsuit filed by Trevor Dion, of Haverhill, Massachusetts, says that Omaha police were negligent in the...

Video Shows Evolution of Fruits and Vegetables before Being Domesticated

Feb 25, 2016

The fruits and vegetables in your pantry barely resemble their ancestors. Business Insider took a look at what some of our favorite foods looked like before they were domesticated. The wild carrot, which was cultivated around the 10th century, had a purple or white color and was very thin. It barely resembles the modern carrot...

Muslims Shield Christians When Al-Shabaab Attacks Bus in Kenya

Dec 22, 2015
Muslims Shield Christians When Al-Shabaab Attacks Bus in Kenya

MANDERA, Kenya (CNN)– Their M.O. is a tried and terrifying one: Launch a raid, single out Christians, and then spray them with bullets. But when Al-Shabaab militants ambushed a bus Monday, things didn’t go according to plan. A group of Kenyan Muslims shielded the Christian passengers and told the attackers they were prepared to...

Can You Find the Panda In The Snowmen Puzzle Taking Over Facebook? Here’s a Hint

Dec 22, 2015
Can You Find the Panda In The Snowmen Puzzle Taking Over Facebook? Here’s a Hint

It’s the puzzle taking over Facebook. Can you find the panda among all the snowmen? Hungarian artist Dudolf’s cartoon challenges you to find the panda in a crowd of snowmen. Can you find it? It’s there — we promise. The puzzle was shared on Facebook last week. It has been liked over 45,000 times and has...

Father Brings Gun to Hospital to Buy Time for His ‘Brain Dead’ Son

Dec 22, 2015
Father Brings Gun to Hospital to Buy Time for His ‘Brain Dead’ Son

HOUSTON — A Texas father has been released from jail after police say he brought a gun to a hospital to stop the staff from taking his son off of life support. George Pickering II’s son was declared “brain-dead” after he suffered a massive stroke in January. The hospital ordered a “terminal wean” which is a process...

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