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  • FBI After 'Good Grammar Bandit' in Colorado

    FBI After 'Good Grammar Bandit' in Colorado

    (DENVER) — Authorities in Colorado are searching for a bank robber in the Denver area whose tactics would make his high school English teachers proud. The FBI calls him the “Good Grammar Bandit,” and he’s wanted in connection with seven bank robberies in Colorado. All of the robberies happened the same way: A guy walks in and demands money by handing the teller a typed letter, filled with proper spelling, grammar and punctuation. The bandit is said to be between 5 feet, 9 inches and 6 feet tall. Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright 2014 ABC News Radio

  • Man Killed After Lightning Strike at Calif. Beach Was Electrocuted

    Man Killed After Lightning Strike at Calif. Beach Was Electrocuted

    (LOS ANGELES) — It’s now clear how a 20-year-old man died last weekend after a rare lightning strike at California’s Venice Beach. An autopsy confirmed on Thursday that Nick Fagnano was electrocuted when a bolt of lightning struck the ocean water. He was swimming when the lightning hit, electrifying the water. Fagnano was with a group of friends before the incident occurred on Sunday. They were about to leave Venice Beach but his friends say Fagnano went back in the water to rinse sand off his feet. After the lightning strike, he was missing for about an hour before lifeguards… Read more

  • Taylor Swift Tapped to Present at Teen Choice 2014 Awards

    Taylor Swift Tapped to Present at Teen Choice 2014 Awards

    Taylor Swift has signed on as a presenter on the Teen Choice 2014 awards Sunday, August 10. She’s not only up for a few awards — the appearance marks a return to the spotlight for Taylor as she gears up to release her new album this fall. Voting for Teen Choice 2014 is now underway at TeenChoiceAwards.com. The show airs live on FOX August 10. Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright 2014 ABC News Radio

  • Blake Shelton's New Album, "BRINGING BACK THE SUNSHINE," Due Out September 30

    Blake Shelton's New Album, "BRINGING BACK THE SUNSHINE," Due Out September 30

    Blake Shelton‘s new album, BRINGING BACK THE SUNSHINE — spelled in all caps — comes out September 30, and it’s now available for pre-order at Walmart. The black-and-white album cover shows the sun breaking through clouds over the water tower in Blake’s hometown of Ada, OK. A track listing hasn’t been announced yet. Look for the lead single from Blake’s new project to hit the airwaves soon. Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright 2014 ABC News Radio

  • Shot FSU Professor Waited 19 Minutes for Ambulance

    Shot FSU Professor Waited 19 Minutes for Ambulance

    (TALLAHASSEE, Fla.) — It took paramedics 19 minutes to arrive at the home of a Florida State University professor shot in his garage after a neighbor called 911 — with the dispatcher’s confusion contributing to the delay and one EMS unit replaced by another, authorities said. Dan Markel, 41, was shot as he drove his car into his garage on July 18. The killer fired a single bullet through the driver’s window, striking him just beneath the jawline, sources told ABC News. A neighbor called 911, noting that he happened upon Markel’s car because he’d been worried about a recent… Read more

  • Huge Butter Spill Creates Jam on Indianapolis Highway

    Huge Butter Spill Creates Jam on Indianapolis Highway

    (INDIANAPOLIS) — Butter and jam usually conjures up images of warm toast, but on an Indianapolis highway Friday, it meant a huge slippery mess that closed part of the busy highway during the morning rush hour. A dairy truck crashed overnight on Interstate 465 and spilled over 45,000 pounds of butter, margarine and whipped cream. “Our preliminary conclusion is that the truck driver fell asleep while driving, hit a barrier, and crashed at around 3:30 a.m.,” Capt. David Dursten, spokesman for the Indiana State Police told ABC News. The semi split in half, spilling tubes of butter and tins of… Read more

  • Lotto Luck: Indiana Man Wins Big Twice in Three Months

    Lotto Luck: Indiana Man Wins Big Twice in Three Months

    (INDIANAPOLIS) — Indianapolis resident Robert Hamilton has the kind of luck that’s won him two separate $1 million lottery prizes in the span of three months. What are the odds of that? According to the Hoosier Lottery, the odds of winning a $1 million top prize in the Hoosier Lottery’s $120 Million Cash Spectacular scratch-off game are one in more than 2.1 million. The Marion County man won his first $1 million playing the $10 game on April 28. Hamilton was on his way to a conference when he stopped at a store located about an hour-and-a-half away from his… Read more

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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