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  • Several Dead, Injured After Shooting at Colorado Movie Theater

    Several Dead, Injured After Shooting at Colorado Movie Theater

    (AURORA, Colo.) — A shooting at a movie theater in Colorado has left at least 10 people dead and 20 others injured, ABC News has confirmed. The incident took place during a midnight screening of The Dark Knight Rises in Aurora.  The Aurora Police Department tells ABC News a suspect is in custody. Story developing… Copyright 2012 ABC News Radio

  • Albert Einstein Memorial Statue Is Yarn-Bombed

    Albert Einstein Memorial Statue Is Yarn-Bombed

    (WASHINGTON) — A large bronze statue of scientist Albert Einstein on Thursday was mysteriously covered entirely in colorful yarn. Well, it’s not such a mystery. The artist Olek, whose work consists primarily of crochet and sculpture, took responsibility for the work, tweeting a photo of the “yarn storming in DC” at 6:05 a.m. Thursday. The statue, located on the grounds of the National Academy of Sciences, was wrapped in bright pink and purple crocheted yarn. The figure, which appears to be seated, is 12 feet in height. “Wow, this is Awesome! You’re like the Banksy of yarn,” one viewer tweeted […]

  • Mom Arrested for Hacking School Computers, Changing Kids’ Grades

    Mom Arrested for Hacking School Computers, Changing Kids’ Grades

    (NEW TRIPOLI, Pa.) — A Pennsylvania mom faces six felony charges for allegedly hacking into her children’s school computer to change their grades and read school officials’ emails. Catherine Venusto, 45, of New Tripoli, worked for the Northwestern Lehigh School District from 2008 through April 2011 and has at least two children in the district, according to the District Attorney’s office. She has been accused of changing her daughter’s failing grade from an F to an M for “medical” in June 2010, and then changing her son’s 98 to a 99 in February 2012, nearly a year after she quit […]

  • NH Hospital Employee Blamed for Infecting Dozens of Patients with Hepatitis C

    NH Hospital Employee Blamed for Infecting Dozens of Patients with Hepatitis C

    (EXETER, N.H.) — A New Hampshire hospital employee has been indicted for causing a Hepatitis C outbreak that infected 31 patients in the hospital’s cardiac catheterization lab. David Kwiatkowski, 32, was arrested and charged with acquiring a controlled substance by fraud and tampering with a consumer product with “reckless disregard” for the risk of others, according to an affidavit filed in U.S. District Court for the District of New Hampshire. “The evidence gathered to date points irrefutably to Kwiatkowski as the source of the Hepatitis C outbreak at Exeter Hospital,” U.S. attorney John P. Kacavas said in a press release. […]

  • WATCH: Police Recruiting Video Goes Overboard

    WATCH: Police Recruiting Video Goes Overboard

    (NEWPORT BEACH, Calif.) — Do YOU have what it takes? Based on the high-energy, high-impact scenes of one city’s police recruiting video, one might think that it is set in one of the most crime-riddled counties in the country. But the video was actually made and released by the Newport Beach Police Department in Southern California, considered by many to be one of the safest, ritziest places to live in California. The video, which shows police officers jumping over walls and loading military-grade assault rifles and sniper rifles, vicious dog take-downs and a staged SWAT raid, is now the subject […]

  • George Zimmerman Prosecution May Use TV Interview as Evidence

    George Zimmerman Prosecution May Use TV Interview as Evidence

    (NEW YORK) — George Zimmerman’s television interview in which he said he had few regrets about the night he killed teenager Trayvon Martin has been entered as possible evidence in his upcoming murder trial. In a wide ranging interview with Fox News’ Sean Hannity, Zimmerman, appearing articulate and calm, said he neither regretted carrying a gun that night nor pursuing the 17-year-old Martin. “I feel that it was all God’s plan,” he told Hannity. When asked if there was “anything you might do differently,” Zimmerman responded, “No Sir.” Thursday morning the prosecution entered the tape of the interview into discovery […]

  • Dwight Yoakam Releasing Brand-New Album, "3 Pears," on September 18

    Dwight Yoakam Releasing Brand-New Album, "3 Pears," on September 18

    Dwight Yoakam is set to release his first new studio album in seven years, 3 Pears, on September 18. Dwight produced the project himself and co-produced two songs with acclaimed musician Beck too.  Fans can hear a snippet of Dwight’s new song, “Trying,” now at the newly launched DwightYoakam.com. The release of 3 Pears will take place just days before Dwight receives the Cliffie Stone Pioneer Award at the ACM Honors at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium on September 24. Here’s the 3 Pears track listing: “Take Hold of My Hand” “Waterfall” “Dim Lights, Thick Smoke” “Trying” “Nothing but Love” “It’s Never […]