Shannon Vincel, a St. Louis native and a cancer patient, was beaten to death in Illinois after flying to the state to receive radiation treatments, according to reports. The 46-year-old travelled to Zion, Illinois on Monday for medical care and was attacked around 9:30 p.m. while she and another patient were waiting for a hospital shuttle to pick them up from their hospital residence, KSDK reports. According to the station a male suspect approached Vincel and started hitting her with a blunt object.
A Penn State University professor is dead and two suspects – including a women the professor allegedly proposed to twice – are in custody over an alleged murder plot for money, police say. The body of Ronald Bettig, 56, an associate professor of communications, was discovered Aug. 17 at the bottom of a quarry in Centre County, Pennsylvania, two days after he was reported missing by one of the suspects. George Ishler Jr., 39, allegedly told police in that missing persons report that he and Danelle Geier, 32, were friends of the victim.
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A report released on Monday by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission reveals heartbreaking new details in the devastating death of Lane Graves, the 2-year-old boy who was fatally attacked by an alligator at Disney's Grand Floridian in Orlando, Florida earlier this year. Matt Graves, the boy's father, attempted to try and pry open the alligator's jaws by putting his hands inside of its mouth and grabbing its teeth, but this only caused the animal to fight back harder before pulling loose and dragging the 2-year-old into deeper water.
Donald Trump still has an uphill battle in this election. But when it comes to controlling the news cycle in this election, he's running unopposed. Consider the recent pivot in the Trump campaign. It began with a speech expressing his regrets for his
The rumors were true: Tesla has officially unveiled a new disturbingly-quick model called the Model S P100D. The new battery means the latest Tesla also has an extended range of 315 miles, as rated by Environmental Protection Agency standards, which gives it the longest range of any electric car on the market. Going forward, Tesla's SUV, the Model X, will also be offered with the larger 100-kWh battery pack.
It's been almost a year since Shawn Donovan decided to devote his life to caring for his infant daughter, Zariah, even when doctors told him the end was near and that there was nothing further they could do to save her after she was born at just 24 weeks. "She's a miracle child," says Vilayvone, who now sits down with Raven daily to Skype with Shawn, and plans to fly to Columbus next month to celebrate Zariah's first birthday.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. – The remnants of a Russian submarine rest mere feet from shore in Rhode Island, a Cold War relic rusting away. The submarine isn't a museum. It's not a draw for divers either. No one has touched its remains in about two years. There are other places in the U.S. where submarines are close to shore, though most are part of museums. A World War II German submarine off Maryland's coast is a state historic shipwreck preserve. After the Cold War, the sub in Rhode Island was sold and used as a restaurant and vodka bar and as a movie set before being turned into a floating museum. It sank during a nor'easter in 2007 and was sold for scrap. About 60 percent of the hull remains in the
Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder called the band to a halt in the middle of a song at Chicago’s Wrigley Field on Monday night to have an unruly fan ejected. “Hey! Hey mister! Hey, hey, get your finger out of that woman’s face motherf-” he said, cutting off the start of a R-rated word. “Hey mister ― all the the fingers are pointing at you.” It’s not clear what the person was doing, but fans cheered as Vedder ordered the fan to “clear out” and waved as security took him away. “Ma’am, you’re OK? Yeah? You’re good?” Vedder asked the woman. “That’s a good man, taking care of your woman, and then she was taking care of herself too pretty good.” The band then resumed the song “Lukin.”
The foreign ministers of China, Japan and South Korea put aside frictions over territorial disputes and wartime history to sharply criticize North Korea's latest submarine missile test on Wednesday in a rare display of unity. Japanese Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida, who chaired the meeting with China's Wang Yi and South Korea's Yun Byung-se, said that North Korea's missile launch is a "provocation that simply cannot be tolerated." North Korea fired a ballistic missile from a submarine into the Sea of Japan, South Korean and U.S. officials said. Seoul officials condemned the launch as an "armed protest" against the start of annual South Korean-U.S. military drills that North Korean calls an invasion
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