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Suspect steals car shortly after being released from prison via KMOV A man arrested for a suspected car theft and drug possession committed another crime the same afternoon he was released by police. The 34-year-old suspect was first arrested on May 18 when an off-duty officer...
Congratulations, Kelly today's Team Rizz member-of-the-day! Every Team Rizz member-of-the-day receives a limited-edition TEAM RIZZ jersey, on-air mentions by The Rizzuto Show on the day you’re selected, an on-demand song request on that day’s show, a personal phone call from a...
Student Accused of Sneaking Into University of Central Florida Building, Changing Grade From F to B via NBC 10 A 22-year-old student is accused of sneaking into a building and illegally logging into a Florida university's grading system to change his failing grade to a B. Sami...
Florida woman arrested for assaulting ex with pork fried rice via Daily News She hit him with some combination. Cops raced to a disturbance inside a Florida Chinese restaurant — and found a man covered in pork fried rice and hot sauce. Brian Kusmer, 31, was attacked by his ex-...
Surfing Legend Says Menstruating Women Cause Shark Attacks Video of LAIRD HAMILTON SHARKS SNIFF OUT WOMEN ON PERIODS (Science Be Damned) | TMZ Sports
Starbucks' Next Big Colorful Drink Mixes Coconut Milk, Limeade, and Passionfruit Iced Tea The Unicorn Frappuccino was a huge hit for Starbucks. So it only makes sense that they'd figure out another drink to start selling that's super colorful and perfect for Instagram . . ...
Chris Cornell had apparently taken more than Ativan before hanging himself, because we've learned he had fresh track marks on his arm when his body was discovered in a Detroit hotel room.Sources connected to the investigation tell us ... the track marks were "obvious." The...
St. Louis Man Admits Pretending to Be Purple Heart Recipient via US News A St. Louis man could face up to a year in prison after admitting that he pretended to be a Purple Heart recipient to scam people out of $4,300. Federal authorities say 46-year-old Mark Chartrand pleaded...