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  • Boy, 15, Arrested in Attempted Kidnapping of Washington Boy

    Boy, 15, Arrested in Attempted Kidnapping of Washington Boy

    (SPRAGUE, Wash.) — An arrest has been made in connection with the attempted kidnapping of a 22-month-old boy who was saved by the quick-thinking reaction of his older brother and sister. The toddler, Owen Wright, was playing in a park in Sprague, Washington, on Sunday with his older brother, 10-year-old Brenden, and sister, 8-year-old Delicia. The siblings were playing unsupervised in a park next to their babysitter’s home while their father, Michael Wright, was at work, according to local ABC affiliate KXLY-TV. Surveillance footage from a nearby grocery store showed the suspect running off with Owen in his arms. As […]

  • Secret Service Agents Under Investigation for Allegedly Drinking and Driving

    Secret Service Agents Under Investigation for Allegedly Drinking and Driving

    (WASHINGTON) —  Two United States Secret Service agents are under investigation for allegations that they were under the influence of alcohol while driving a government vehicle near the White House, a Secret Service official confirmed to ABC News Wednesday. The incident, which was first reported by the Washington Post, is being investigated by the Department of Homeland Security Office of Inspector General. A Secret Service spokesperson said that the incident occurred on March 4. Two senior members of the president’s detail had left a late-night party for a retiring agent when they allegedly hit the barricade near the White House. […]

  • Ferguson Police Chief to Resign in Wake of Scathing DOJ Report

    Ferguson Police Chief to Resign in Wake of Scathing DOJ Report

    (FERGUSON, Mo.) — Ferguson Police Chief Tom Jackson will resign his position as part of a “mutual separation” from the city. According to a press release from the city, Jackson’s resignation is effective Thursday, March 19. “This was a mutual decision by both the Police Chief and the City’s administration,” the release said. Jackson will receive a severance and one year of health insurance. The city announced that Lt. Col. Al Eickhoff will assume the duties as acting Chief of Police on March 19. The city will also begin a nationwide search for a new police chief. Jackson initially came […]

  • Miranda Lambert Debuts Flirty New Video for "Little Red Wagon"

    Miranda Lambert Debuts Flirty New Video for "Little Red Wagon"

    Miranda Lambert‘s new video for “Little Red Wagon” is out. The clip features the singer looking quite stunning as she checks into a desert motel and charms the staff, including a pretty and shirtless pool boy. In the end, Miranda walks away from the guy with a wink while wearing a blinged-out belt that says “Mrs. Shelton.” Miranda found “Little Red Wagon” when a friend told her to check out an album by Oklahoma-based artist, Audra Mae, who wrote the song. Once she heard Audra Mae’s version of “Little Red Wagon” on that album, Miranda immediately set out to get […]

  • Luke Bryan’s Dirt Road Diary Exhibit Opening May 22 at the Country Music Hall of Fame

    Luke Bryan’s Dirt Road Diary Exhibit Opening May 22 at the Country Music Hall of Fame

    Luke Bryan‘s Dirt Road Diary exhibition at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum opens May 22 and will run through November 8. The exhibit will feature stage clothes, instruments and awards from the reigning CMA Entertainer of the Year. Luke is most excited for his mom and dad to come check out the exhibit.  He recalls, “I remember bringing my parents to visit the museum and dreaming of something like this one day. Now to have an exhibit about my life that my family, friends, and fans can come and see is just so cool.” Luke joins Taylor […]

  • Missing Military Members Presumed Dead After Helicopter Crash in Florida

    Missing Military Members Presumed Dead After Helicopter Crash in Florida

    (VALPARAISO, Fla.) — Seven Marines and four soldiers were presumed dead Wednesday morning after going missing Tuesday when a UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter crashed during a routine night training exercise at Eglin Air Force Base in Florida, military officials said. The helicopter was reported missing at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday and debris was located at about 2 a.m., base officials said in a statement. Eglin Air Force Base spokesman Andy Bourland told ABC News that it’s unknown whether weather played a factor. “There was fog. I do not know at this time if it was a contributing factor, but when our […]