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  • Chase for the Championship: Big Ten-ACC Showdown

    On week five of Chase for the Championship, we’ve got a Big Ten-ACC Showdown. We will preview tonight’s game between UNC and Ohio State, both of which are in the top 10. We’ll also take a look back at Duke’s win on the road at Michigan State and the top ranked Louisville Cardinals’ win over #4 Michigan.

  • Man abandoned child on roadside because he thought boy might be gay, police say

    POLK COUNTY, Fla. (WFLA) – A Florida man was arrested Sunday for reportedly dropping off a child on the side of the road because he thought he was gay. The Haines City Police Department arrested 30-year-old Evenaud Julmeus, of Haines City, Sunday evening after finding the boy, under 18 years old, outside the police station crying and holding a duffel bag with several clothes inside. When the officer asked the boy what was wrong, the child told the officer Julmeus kicked […]

  • Recovering addict uses Decade Challenge to inspire others

    NITRO, W.Va (WOWK) — For one West Virginia man and his family, a social media trend has become much bigger than likes and shares. People participating in the Decade Challenge post comparison photos – a current picture and one from ten years ago. Many use it to show awkwardness, growth, weight loss or other superficial changes. For Jason Wickline, who has been struggling with addiction for years, his comparison photos document a personal change that may have saved his life. He started […]

  • House Judiciary to take over impeachment inquiry

    WASHINGTON, DC (NEXSTAR) – As the impeachment process continues, Democrats and Republicans are still making their appeals to the public. “I do want to hear more from my constituents,” Congressman Adam Schiff said. “Why don’t they trust the American public to make a decision,” Congressman Kevin McCarthy said. The Judiciary Committee will eventually decide if the evidence they’ve gathered meets the standard for ‘Articles of Impeachment’ and if the public will support them. “Impeachment arises from an abuse of authority […]

  • Bill would ‘bag the swag’ to cut federal spending

    WASHINGTON (NEXSTAR) — A bill before Congress would cut federal spending on marketing swag like coloring books, keychains and obscure mascots. A 2017 study shows the federal government spends more than a billion dollars annually on PR items, including a quarter of a million alone on little-known mascots. Sen. Joni Ernst, R-Iowa, says that’s too much. “It’s not really serving the interest of the taxpayers,” she said, “We do want to bag the swag.” Her bill, dubbed the Swag Act, […]

  • Big Game Bound Week 13: Thanksgiving football talk with coach Mike Smith

    It’s Week 13 of “Big Game Bound,” and this week we’re bringing you the show one day early to prepare you for a jam-packed Thanksgiving slate. The Lions host the Bears, the surging Bills travel to Dallas and the Saints look to stay hot in Atlanta. Also this week, we’re one-on-one with former Atlanta Falcons head coach Mike Smith. We ask him what he misses most about the game, and his thoughts on the playoff push. Plus, how can coaches […]

  • Missouri authorities say man killed his wife, stored body in freezer for 4 years

    MARSHFIELD, Mo. (KOLR) – A man has been taken into custody for allegedly killing his wife and storing her body in a freezer for four years, Missouri authorities confirmed Tuesday. According to Webster County Sheriff Roye Cole, the freezer (which was fitted with a lock) was found in an abandoned storage unit that was being cleaned out on the evening of Monday, November 25th, 2019. When the body was first discovered, Cole says deputies were unable to determine the body’s […]

  • Here’s how to carve a perfect turkey this Thanksgiving

    PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — Enjoying a Spanish Coffee at Huber’s Cafe sits near the top of most everyone’s “Must do while in Portland” list. At Portland’s oldest restaurant, the caffeinated, boozy and flaming drink will warm your soul on any of those cool, rainy days the Rose City is known for. But, it’s not Huber’s only claim to fame. They also serve turkey dinners. Lots of turkey dinners. Dozens a day, hundreds a month and thousands per year. For Thanksgiving […]

  • These Thanksgiving foods are dangerous for your dog

    TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – Thanksgiving is this week and many of us are getting ready to gather with loved ones and fill our plates with delicious foods. But beware – many of the foods you’re looking forward to can be dangerous for your dog. Some Thanksgiving foods may seem healthy and safe for your pet, but experts say those seemingly OK foods can be dangerous due to gravies, sauces and marinades. Here are the dangerous foods you should make sure […]

  • Remains believed to be missing 19-year-old Aniah Blanchard located

    UPDATE: The remains found in the woods in Alabama have been positively identified as Aniah Blanchard ORIGINAL STORY: AUBURN Ala. (WRBL) – The month-long search for 19-year-old Aniah Blanchard has ended in tragedy as her probable remains were discovered Monday afternoon in Macon County, WRBL has learned. “I can confirm that human remains have been found and we have good reason to suspect they are that of Aniah Blanchard,” said District Attorney Brandon Hughes to WRBL . The remains were found […]

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