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  • Huge Marijuana Field Found on Chicago’s South Side

    Huge Marijuana Field Found on Chicago’s South Side

    (CHICAGO) — Police in a helicopter stumbled upon what may be the largest outdoor pot farm in Chicago’s history.  Planted in rows and spread over an area the size of two football fields, as many as 1,500 plants averaging 6-feet tall were growing amidst heavy brush in an industrial area on the city’s South Side. “This would not be visible from the street,” said Chicago Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy at a press conference today. “It’s surrounded by a huge field that you wouldn’t see anywhere (but) from the air.” He estimated the hidden pot to be worth $7 million to […]

  • Miracle Poodle Reunited With Owner

    Miracle Poodle Reunited With Owner

    (EAST PROVIDENCE, R.I.) — Meet Suzie, the miracle dog who survived an 11-mile ride down the highway after getting hit by a car and becoming trapped in the car’s grill. Suzie, a white poodle-Bichon mix, was able to escape the ordeal with only a minor concussion and a few bumps and scratches, and has now been reunited with her owner. According to the William Muggle, the animal control supervisor in East Providence, R.I., where the dog was rescued, Suzie darted out in front of a Toyota Camry as it was going down Route 44 in Taunton, Mass. The driver who […]

  • Final Photos of Aurora Shooting Victim Stolen

    Final Photos of Aurora Shooting Victim Stolen

    (DENVER) — For Robert Sullivan, it is a heartbreaking insult on top of an already horrible nightmare. Sullivan’s granddaughter, Veronica Moser Sullivan, was the youngest person killed in the movie theater massacre in Aurora, Colorado. He says the last pictures ever taken of the smiling six-year-old were stolen in an apparent burglary. “There’s a huge hole in my heart from the loss of my granddaughter, and it seems to be getting ripped more,” Sullivan told Denver ABC affiliate KMGH-TV. Sullivan says burglars pried open a window Tuesday morning to get inside his Denver home, taking money, jewelry and cameras. Memory […]

  • Balloons Launched at Students of Color at University of Texas

    Balloons Launched at Students of Color at University of Texas

    (AUSTIN, Texas) — The University of Texas in Austin is reeling from reports of black and Asian students seemingly being targeted and hit with bleach-filled balloons while off campus. Dozens of students, alumni and faculty protested the attacks on campus Tuesday, after four students filed reports with the UT police department Monday saying they had been targeted. Each of the students reported being hit while walking near West Campus apartments, a location that is off UT’s campus, according to Cindy Posey, public information officer for the UT police department. The incidences occurred from June through September, but students only came […]

  • Detroit Police Chief at Center of Scandal

    Detroit Police Chief at Center of Scandal

    (DETROIT) — Detroit Police Chief Ralph Godbee Jr. has been suspended amid allegations that the married official had an affair with another police officer. The accusation puts Godbee at the center of a sex scandal for the second time in his two-year tenure as chief. Godbee, 44, is accused of having an inappropriate relationship with Angelica Robinson, a subordinate, who is an Internal Affairs officer. The alleged affair was exposed when Robinson, 37, reportedly discovered that Godbee was in San Diego for a police officers’ conference with another woman, according to ABC News’ Detroit affiliate WXYZ-TV. Robinson then reportedly posted […]

  • Waseem Daker Stabbing Victim: ‘He Didn’t Break Me’

    Waseem Daker Stabbing Victim: ‘He Didn’t Break Me’

    (NEW YORK) — Days after they were grilled in court by the man who made their lives hell for years, Nick Smith and Lottie Spencer say justice prevailed. “He didn’t break me,” Nick Smith told 20/20′s Chris Cuomo after the conviction of Waseem Daker, who was tried last month for the 1995 murder of Smith’s mother, Karmen, and stabbing Smith 18 times when he was just 5 years old. In court, Daker served as his own attorney, cross-examining both Smith and Spencer, Karmen Smith’s good friend who lived upstairs from the Smiths. Daker is believed to have committed the crimes […]

  • Billy Ray Cyrus to Release 13th Album, "Change My Mind," on October 23

    Billy Ray Cyrus to Release 13th Album, "Change My Mind," on October 23

    Billy Ray Cyrus will release his 13th album, Change My Mind, on October 23. The songs on the project are a return to Billy Ray’s days of playing clubs in the Ohio River Valley. They also capture a lot of the emotions he’s been experiencing lately. “I have lived through every emotion on every one of these songs,” says Billy Ray. “I’d just write it all down and tell myself, ‘Lean into the music.’” The title track from Change My Mind is now available for download. Copyright 2012 ABC News Radio