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Dog Mauls 9-Year-Old Boy To Death Inside Holiday Caravan, Owner Under Investigation
A nine-year-old boy vacationing with his family in Tencreek Holiday Park in Looe, England, was mauled to death by a dog inside a caravan.
Frankie Macritchie, from Plymouth, about 22 miles away, was killed Saturday after he was left with a family friend’s dog. His mother was visiting another mobile home parked near the area. "We believe that Frankie was alone in a caravan with the dog as he was attacked, whilst the adults that he was on holiday with were in an adjacent unit. There was sound of a disturbance and sounds of distress coming from the caravan. Immediately on hearing that, members of the public ran towards it and attempted to render first aid to Frankie,” Detective Superintendent Mike West told the Telegraph.
The police responded to the scene at around 5 a.m. local time (12 a.m. EDT), and found the victim in an unresponsive state. The boy was declared dead at the scene.
Baffled dog under the coffee table can't figure out why he's not feasting on his treats dropped onto the glass
This bizarre video shows a dog being tricked by its owner while trying to get to its beloved treats.
Champ the dog was baffled by the biscuits landing above his head rather than in his mouth, in the video recorded in Staten Island, New York.
'I bamboozle Champ by throwing treats at our glass coffee table and he can’t figure out why they aren’t going into his mouth,' the owner said.
Shangela's Success Shows the Power of Queer Resilience
Shangela has come a long way.
This year alone, the performer had a role in the acclaimed film A Star Is Born starring Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga — and became the first drag queen to walk the red carpet at the Oscars.
Additionally, Shangela made the LGBTQ community proud earlier this month by dancing and lip-syncing to a medley of Beyoncé songs — in front of Beyoncé at the GLAAD Media Awards. The now-viral performance was so excellent, even Queen Bey herself rose for a standing ovation.
Teacher allegedly yanked student’s hair over bathroom emergency
A Georgia teacher faces battery charges after allegedly yanking a middle school student’s hair over a bathroom emergency, according to officials.
Charges were filed last week against Tracy Parham after security footage from Henry County Middle School helped clear up conflicting accounts of the violent incident, the Altana Journal-Constitution reported.
A judge who saw footage of the altercation from January on Friday ordered the science teacher to surrender to authorities.
Virginia officer told black middle schoolers that when they turn 18, 'then you're mine'
High school students of color are protesting racism and inequality
Black attorney says deputy thought he was a suspect and detained him at court
Arizona police officers forcibly removed 2-year-old boy with fever from home, video shows
An Arizona lawmaker is questioning a local police department's use of force in removing a feverish child from a home after a doctor reported the parents to the state's Department of Child Safety.
On Feb. 25, the mother of a 2-year-old child, who is not vaccinated, took the child to a naturopathic doctor with a fever of 105 degrees, ABC Phoenix station KNXV reported.
The doctor instructed the mother to take the toddler to the emergency room as soon as possible, but since the child's fever later broke, she took him back to their home in Chandler, about 25 miles southeast of Phoenix, instead, according to a statement from the Chandler Police Department.
When the doctor learned from the Cardon Children's Hospital that they parents never showed up with the child, she called Arizona DCS, who then contacted the Chandler Police Department for assistance, an incident report shows.
Chicago Police with guns drawn raid wrong home, crash 4-year-old's birthday, family claims
Police chief, friend charged with raping child over 7 years
Current Training Of Physicians To Care For LGBTQ Individuals Is Falling Short
Study suggests standardized training needed for medical residents
(Boston)–Not enough is being done to prepare physicians to care for the needs of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) patients. Better physician training on their unique clinical needs may eliminate many of the health disparities among this growing segment of the population according to a new study.
Approximately 3.8 percent of the U.S. population identifies as a sexual or gender minority (i.e. lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and/or queer). Many experience significant health issues often as a result of discrimination and harassment.
Dog Attack Leaves Olympic Trials Qualifier With Gaping Wounds and 21 Stitches
It was just bad luck that Caitlin Keen happened to be running alone along Fort Worth’s Trinity Trails on Sunday morning, leaving her without an ally to immediately help fend off the dog that attacked her.
Having already logged seven miles earlier that morning, Keen was scheduled to meet up with a friend for a few more. But her friend was running late, so Keen set off to get a few more miles in to fill the time. Halfway through that session, the dog appeared.
This Painfully Honest Ad Shows Why "Boys Will Be Boys" Just Doesn't Cut It Anymore
Is this the best a man can get? Long gone are the days of the excuse that "boys will be boys."
L.A. County deputies stopped thousands of innocent Latinos on the 5 Freeway in hopes of their next drug bust
The team of Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies cruises the 5 Freeway, stopping motorists on the Grapevine in search of cars carrying drugs.
They’ve worked the mountain pass in Southern California since 2012 and boast a large haul: more than a ton of methamphetamine, 2 tons of marijuana, 600 pounds of cocaine, millions of dollars in suspected drug money and more than 1,000 arrests.
But behind those impressive numbers are some troubling ones.
More than two-thirds of the drivers pulled over by the Domestic Highway Enforcement Team were Latino, according to a Times analysis of Sheriff’s Department data. And sheriff’s deputies searched the vehicles of more than 3,500 drivers who turned out to have no drugs or other illegal items, the analysis found. The overwhelming majority of those were Latino.
Trained in California, a white supremacist fight club is accused of bringing violence to Charlottesville
SHAME ON ME? NAH, SHAME ON MY KIDS!!!
It's Open Door Policy Now
Webbie has no regrets about publicly shaming his teenage sons on the Internet after catching them in bed with a girl -- and he says their punishment fits the crime.
The Louisiana MC was on "TMZ Live" Monday to explain what led up to his live streaming his harsh verbal spanking on his 2 sons, their guy friend and a girl. Webbie described the scene he walked in on around 4 AM -- all 4 teens in bed together.
MAN ARRESTED FOR WALKING WIFE AROUND ON DOG LEASH AT PENNYSLVANIA FAIR
A man walking his wife around on a dog leash at an annual Pennsylvania fair was arrested and charged with simple assault.
Dallas police seek manslaughter warrant against officer who killed neighbor
Dallas police said Friday they are seeking a warrant for manslaughter against one of their own after an off-duty officer entered the wrong apartment in her building and killed a man who was inside.
Police Chief Reneé Hall said a blood sample was drawn at her request to test the officer's drug and alcohol levels and "we are in the process of obtaining a warrant based on the circumstances."
She said at a news conference that the Texas Rangers were launching an independent investigation.
CHICAGO PRIESTS CHARGED IN MIAMI BEACH AFTER ALLEGEDLY PERFORMING SEX ACT IN CAR
Two priests from Chicago have been arrested by police after allegedly performing a sexual act inside a parked car at a Miami beach.
Miami Beach Police say they caught Diego Berrio, 39, and Edwin Giraldo Cortez, 30, in the front seat of the car after responding to a 911 call.
Former ‘ER’ Actress Vanessa Marquez Shot and Killed by Police
Vanessa Marquez, an actress best known for her role as a nurse on “ER,” was shot and killed by South Pasadena police on Thursday, authorities confirmed on Friday.
Officers were called to Marquez’s home in the 1100 block of Fremont Avenue by a landlord to check on her welfare. When the officers arrived around 12 p.m., she was suffering from seizures and appeared unable to take care of herself. Officers called out paramedics and a mental health clinician, and continued to talk with her. After about 90 minutes, Marquez, 49, armed herself with a BB gun and pointed it at the officers, causing them to open fire, said Sheriff’s Lt. Joe Mendoza.