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  • Man charged after ‘gingerbread treehouse’ full of child porn found in woods
    A Washington state man has been charged after authorities found a cache of child porn inside this elaborate treehouse, hidden in the woods. (FBI) KING COUNTY, Wash. – A Department of Natural Resources worker searching for a long-rumored “gingerbread treehouse” in Washington state’s Snoqualmie National Forest found the house – and... Read more »
  • The most dangerous (and safest) states for drivers
    If you’ve ever taken a cross-country roadtrip, you probably noticed — in addition to changes in scenery — differences in road conditions, traffic laws, driving behaviors, and vehicle choice when moving from state to state. Perhaps less obvious, though, is that these differences make certain states far more dangerous (or... Read more »
  • Video captures gorilla walking upright — to keep his hands clean
    PHILADELPHIA — Video has captured a gorilla walking upright for several seconds — all to keep his hands clean, according to zoo officials. The Philadelphia Zoo posted the video on Twitter March 5. It's since been shared or liked nearly 5,500 times. Gorillas don't typically move around bipedally, a term for walking upright... Read more »
  • Two people found shot to death in car along St. Claude Avenue
    NEW ORLEANS — The New Orleans Police Department is working to solve a double homicide investigation.  The crime happened at about 5:00 this evening, March 19, near the intersection of Saint Claude Avenue and Saint Claude Court. According to police, they were initially notified of a double shooting at the location. ... Read more »
  • Kenner man accused of rape, sexual battery of 14-year-old girl
    KENNER, La. — A 58-year-old Kenner man has been booked on charges of second degree rape, sexual battery, and indecent behavior with a juvenile. According to the Kenner Police Department, 58-year-old John Paul Landry was arrested on a complaint filed by the Louisiana Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS). The agency... Read more »

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