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Summer Tornado in Tulsa Injures Dozens

A late summer tornado ripped through downtown Tulsa, Oklahoma injuring dozens of people. The rare occurance ripped apart businesses and other buildings in the downtown area causing for big time clean up.  Restoration Crews Cleaning Debris Outside

US Tests ICBM After North Korea Missile Tests

The US Air Force tested an intercontinental ballistic missile days after North Korea conducted its own ICBM test. It was not meant to be a response to the recent North Korean test on Friday. The test indicated

Potential Verrazano-Narrows Bridge Jumper

A potential jumper is on the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge during the Wednesday morning rush hour. The lower level of the highly trafficked, Staten Island-bound bridge is completely closed due to police activity.  Police respond to potential jumper on

Illinois Doctor Killed For Not Prescribing Painkillers

48-year-old Michael Jarvis fatally shot Dr. Todd Graham, an Athens, Illinois,  last Wednesday outside a Mishawaka medical center. It’s reported that the shooting came just two hours after Graham refused to prescribe highly addictive painkillers to Jarvis’

He Came and He Went: The Short Ride for Scaramucci

In record breaking fashion, financier, Anthony Scaramucci came and went as the White House communications director. After threatening “to fire everybody” he was let go ten days after starting. Scaramucci’s short, wild ride through Trump’s White House

Detoxing While Pregnant is Now Safe

Due to the ongoing opioid crisis plaguing the nation, the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists said that detoxing when pregnant  thought to be harmful should now be considered. In 2012, an estimated 21,732 babies were born

Jobs But No Sober Applicants to Fill the Spots

An Ohio factory owner proclaims she has blue-collar jobs available at her company, but can’t seem to fill positions because so many candidates fail drug tests. As a small business owner, she cannot take the chance to