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- Woman surprised to learn she’s 8 months pregnantAbby Wake did not realize she was pregnant until she was eight months along. Now, she and her boyfriend are rushing to prepare for the new arrival. Wake and her boyfriend, Jarryd Gorman, had in fact noticed some weight gain, but because Wake is lactose intolerant, they believed she was simply bloated. Wake did feel some movement but believed it was just gas. “Cause it wasn’t distinct. There weren’t like kicks and huge movements. It was just like gurgles,” she said. Watch a full report on the ‘surprise’ pregnancy below: Eventually, Gorman came to suspect that the weight gain and “gas” were something more, and when he felt a kick as he put his hand on Wake’s belly during a concert, he knew what it was. “I felt the baby kick and I looked at her and said, ‘I think you’re definitely pregnant,’” he said. “We need to go… ..... Read More.2 years ago
- Willow Smith debuts bizarre music video for new song ‘F Q-C #7′One thing is for certain, Willow Smith marches to the beat of her own drum. The 14-year-old actress/singer produced and co-directed the video for her new song called “F Q-C #7,” which is pronounced “Frequency Number Seven.” In the video, Willow sings about cutting class while she climbs trees and get in touch with nature. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mcvjHpDMNoI ..... Read More.2 years ago
- How two young siblings used a bible to stop their bully from name-callingPhoenix and Kingston Walwyn started riding the bus home three months ago. When another kid on their bus started to call them names, they had a unique way of dealing with it: they gave him a Bible. At first, the name-calling upset these two kids, and they told their mom. “It made me feel like I wanted to yell at him,” Phoenix Walwyn, 8, told KHOU11. “I wanted to say (something) back to him,” Kingston Walwyn, 7, said. Watch how to young kids confronted their bully with a bible below: Their mother, Kyla, spoke with administrators, but the bullying persisted. That’s when the family came up with a new idea. “I sat back and was like, I don’t want to have to take my shirt off and meet (the bully) at the bus stop, you know what I mean,” their father, Vaughaliagan Walwyn, who preaches at CT Legacy Church,… ..... Read More.2 years ago
- Student issued suspension for prom dress, eventually reversedHigh school senior Alexus Miller-Wigfall went to her prom wearing a red dress that was floor length and had long sleeves. Three days after prom, she received notice that she had been suspended from school, because her school had issues with her prom dress. The school’s dress code stated that prom clothing must cover all body parts, including “breasts, upper thighs, crotch, buttocks, etc.” Although Miller-Wigfall believed that her dress met those standards, the school’s assistant principal told her to “cover up” at prom. “I couldn’t believe it,” her mother, Alisha Sneed, said. “I don’t see anything wrong with that dress. What do they want her to wear, a turtleneck?” Although the suspension was overturned, the school never contacted Sneed about the initial ruling or the reason behind it. Sneed believes that her daughter was singled out because she is “plus-sized.” Listen to more about the prom dress controversy below: … ..... Read More.2 years ago
- Justice Department announces Baltimore police investigationWASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. Justice Department will conduct a broad investigation into the Baltimore police force to identify law enforcement practices that are unconstitutional and violate civil rights, Attorney General Loretta Lynch said Friday. Lynch visited the city and met with city and community leaders earlier this week, in the aftermath of riots and unrest. Her announcement fulfills a request from Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, who initially appeared determined to fix the city’s problems on her own, but then requested a Justice Department investigation. Soured relations between the police and the communities they serve is “one of the most challenging issues of our time,” Lynch said in announcing the investigation, adding that there has been “a serious erosion of public trust.” The investigation, similar to ones undertaken in cities across the country such as Ferguson, Missouri, and Cleveland, Ohio, will look for trends of unconstitutional policing practices within… ..... Read More.2 years ago
- Video released shows suspect surrender, cop kicks him in the head anywayVideo has been released of an incident that occurred almost two years ago in which a Delaware police officer can be seen kicking a suspect into unconsciousness. The dashboard camera footage was released following an indictment and investigation into the Aug. 24, 2013 incident, which took place prior to the events in Ferguson that touched off a national debate on race and police brutality. In the video, officers are seen responding to a call about a fight. Watch the disturbing video below: Lateef Dickerson (Dover Police Department) The caller said that one of the men involved in the fight is wearing a yellow shirt and hat and had a gun. When officers arrived on the scene, they spotted Lateef Dickerson, who was wearing the white shirt and yellow hat. Dickerson obeyed commands from Cpl. Thomas Webster IV and one other officer to lie facedown on the ground, but when he did so, Webster kicked… ..... Read More.2 years ago