Chinese mother tries to mail her baby to an orphanage

(CNN) — A 24-year-old woman is under police investigation in Fuzhou, China after she attempted to mail her newborn baby to an orphanage wrapped inRead More

Toddler chokes to death while eating grapes

A Detroit family is grieving the death of a 2-year-old after he choked to death while eating grapes. According to Fox News, little Ayyan UmarRead More

Murder suspect: I was too high to understand Miranda rights

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (AP) — A Massachusetts murder suspect who wants statements he made to police dismissed as evidence has told a judge that he wasRead More

Man who burned retina looking at 1960s eclipse warns about upcoming eclipse

He only looked at it for about 20 seconds. But it was enough to permanently damage Lou Tomososki’s right eye. According to Inside Edition, TomososkiRead More

Idaho boy makes prosthetic finger for neighbor

BOISE, Id. (WSVN) — After Daniel Haney lost part of his finger in an accident, he received a helping hand from his young neighbor. HaneyRead More

Police: use your phone’s Bluetooth to search for skimming devices

Credit card skimmers have been around for years, but now thieves are becoming more sophisticated with their methods of stealing your information. There’s a newRead More

Woman accused of molesting 2 kids, selling videos online

PHOENIX (AP) — A 28-year-old Arizona woman is accused of molesting two young children and selling videos of the acts on the internet. Keri HarwoodRead More

Woman wins $1.6 million from Las Vegas airport slot machine

LAS VEGAS (WSVN)- If you’re 21 or older don’t hesitate to try your luck on the slot machines… in the airport. A California woman isRead More

Lucky carrot: woman finds mother-in-law’s long-lost ring in garden

CAMROSE, Alberta (AP) — A Canadian woman who lost her engagement ring 13 years ago while weeding her garden on the family farm is wearingRead More

Viral photos show dad walking son to first day of kindergarten, first day of college

It was a long-standing family tradition: from kindergarten all the way through his senior year, Charles Brockman III said his parents have walked him toRead More