COVID surge, NFL and Cowboys planning emergency backup for Super Bowl LVI

Football 01/07/22, 06:13

According to Dallas ABC affiliate WFAA, the NFL and the Dallas Cowboys are discussing the possibility of using AT&T Stadium as an emergency backup for Super Bowl LVI (56). The American Football Conference (AFC) and National Football Conference (NFC) champions will face off in the 2022 edition of the Superbowl. Both conference ...

‘Mickey Mouse Club’ star Tiffini Hale dies age 46

U.S. 12/31/21, 15:38

Tiffini Hale, a former member of the Mickey Mouse Club, has died at age 46 following a cardiac arrest that left her in a coma for several weeks. Former co-stars have revealed that the Disney star died on Christmas Day. In the 1990s, she was a member of Disney Channel's The ...

Two dead after Christmas storm hits northern California

U.S. 12/28/21, 02:18

Two persons died in a fully submerged car due to overnight rain in northern California. On Thursday, Dec. 23, firemen were unable to reach two passengers in a fully submerged car in a flooded underpass in Millbrae, California, just south of San Francisco. Firefighters rescued two people who had climbed atop ...

Former California Gov. buys 25 tiny homes for Los Angeles homeless veterans

U.S. 12/27/21, 05:43

On Thursday, Dec. 23, the former governor of California offered 25 houses to homeless veterans in West Los Angeles. Arnold Schwarzenegger collaborated with Village for Vets, Veterans Affairs Secretary Denis McDonough, and American Veterans Volunteers (AMVETS) to build the tiny homes. According to AMVETS member Rob Reynolds, the homes include electricity, heating, ...

Florida woman finds daughter after 70 years thinking she was dead

U.S. 12/21/21, 15:37

A Florida woman believes her child died during childbirth, but 70 years later, a DNA test reveals that her daughter is still alive. Genevieve Purinton of North Tampa gave birth in Gary, Indiana, in 1949. Unfortunately, she received bad news when she asked to see her newborn baby. "I asked to see ...

14 arrested—and released in connection to LA smash-and-grab thefts

U.S. 12/04/21, 15:25

Officials in Los Angeles announced on Thursday, Dec. 2, that 14 arrests in connection with recent "mass looting" events in the city were caught but released quickly due to zero-bail policies.As Breitbart reported, "All of the suspects taken into custody are out of custody," Los Angeles Police Chief Michel Moore ...