Thousands of dogs searching for homes on National Puppy Day He was found with a series of medical issues including a prolapsed rectum. After 3 major surgeries, he is the true definition of a survivor and he’s now looking for a home specifically one that could accommodate his aggressive bathroom schedule. 03/23/2017 - 12:20 pm | View Link
LRPD arrests 1 in Hines Auto Detail homicide, still searching for 'multiple' suspects He later died at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences from a gunshot wound to the abdomen. "I was going to show her where the bathroom was, and she pulled the gun out and started shooting," said a witness at the scene, who also told police the ... 03/23/2017 - 5:05 am | View Link
Bossier authorities searching for runaway teen with medical issues Bossier Sheriff’s Office detectives are asking the public’s help in finding a 17-year-old Haughton teenager who apparently ran away from home overnight. His mother is concerned for his well-being because he takes medication. Trisdan “Brody” Ward ... 03/21/2017 - 12:14 pm | View Link
LASEMA Begs Fishermen and Others Searching for Medical Doctor Who Jumped Into Lagoon to Do This The Lagos State Emergency and Management Agency (LASEMA) on Tuesday urged fishermen, business persons and other Nigerians that ply the Lagos waterways to immediately report any floating body to the Marine police. The General Manager of LASEMA, Tiamiyu ... 03/21/2017 - 9:19 am | View Link
A patient’s perseverance: Increasing breathlessness leaves Pennsylvania woman searching for answers For months, Hull had been focused on a medical crisis affecting her young son. But now Weinstein – a nurse – was delivering a forceful reminder: It was past time for Hull, then 38, to pay attention to her own health. After Hull left that day ... 03/21/2017 - 7:12 am | View Link
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A Texas college student stranded for five days near the Grand Canyon says she was making farewell videos for her family as she grew desperate for help.
Arizona authorities say 24-year-old Amber VanHecke was well-equipped and did everything right after getting lost in a remote area during a solo road trip.
VanHecke said in a Facebook post that she was heading to a hiking trail but was led astray by her maps app and wound up in the middle of nowhere with an empty gas tank.
VanHecke made several signs but didn't have cell phone access.
The FBI says authorities are aware that the federal judge in Hawaii who ruled against President Donald Trump's travel ban has received threatening messages.
FBI spokeswoman Michele Ernst said Thursday the agency is aware of reports of threatening messages against U. S. District Judge Derrick Watson and is prepared to help if necessary.
Watson blocked the federal government from enforcing its ban on new visas for people from six mostly Muslim countries and its suspension of the nation's refugee program.
The head of the pilots' union said Thursday that American Airlines is leaving thousands of standby passengers at the gate to make sure that flights depart on time.
Nearly 20,000 passengers were denied boarding in February even though there were empty seats, Dan Carey, president of the Allied Pilots Association, said.
A painting of lynching victim Emmett Till on display at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York was the subject of a weeklong protest by a black artist who decried the canvas as "an injustice" because it was painted by a white woman.
Parker Bright spent several days this week standing in front of the painting by Dana Schutz.
Till was a 14-year-old black boy killed by white men in Mississippi in 1955.
In an interview published Thursday in Artnet News, Schutz said when she made the painting, it was a response to "a summer that felt like a state of emergency.