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Former U.S. Sen. Scott Brown named in Fox News sexual harassment lawsuit

Former Fox News host Andrea Tantaros said in a lawsuit filed Monday that she was sexually harassed by former network chief Roger Ailes and other top executives -- including former U.S. Sen. Scott Brown.

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Tantaros said in the lawsuit that Brown, who represented ...

Pike County Sheriff Charles Reader speaks to the media alongside Ohio State Attorney General Mike DeWine during a news conference, Wednesday, April 27, 2016, in Waverly, Ohio. A coroner’s report released Tuesday showed new details of vicious violence in the shooting deaths of eight members of a rural southern Ohio family, finding most victims were shot three to nine times each and some of them were bruised. Meanwhile, the hunt for whoever is responsible continued to expand, with more than 200 law enforcement officials involved. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)

Pike County shootings show “similarities” to Kentucky murders

Kenton County, Kentucky officials said a double fatal shooting in their county two weeks before the Pike County shootings have “similarities” to the killings of members of the Rhoden family, according to a new report from WSYX in Columbus. “There were similarities between both,” Kenton County Commonwealth Attorney Rob Sanders ...

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High school athlete to serve no jail time after sexual assault charges

A former Massachusetts high school star athlete will not receive any jail time for sexually assaulting two unconscious classmates at a house party in April, the Associated Press reported. The case against David Becker was continued without a finding for two years last week in Palmer District Court. He was sentenced to two ...

Police in Lake City, Florida, arrested Russell Francis Gomez, 29, on multiple charges including aggravated battery, aassault and criminal mischief on Tuesday, Aug. 23, 2016.

Police: Fast food worker throws frozen hamburger patties, spits in customer's face

A fast food employee turned violent on Tuesday after learning he would be written up for showing up late to work, according to police in Lake City, Florida. >> Read more trending stories Police said Russell Francis Gomez, 29, threw frozen hamburger patties at his boss and then started knocking ...

Former employee blows up himself at business, owner says

The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives is investigating a fire at a Florida business that the owner said was caused by a man who tried to blow up his business. >> Read more trending stories The fire happened Tuesday morning at the Hale Intermodal Trucking company off Edgewood ...

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Man suspected of killing roommate may have tweeted his intentions

Arizona police say a man may have tweeted about killing his roommates just a day before he said he shot and killed one of them. >> Watch the video from Newsy Zachary Penton, 21, is being held in jail on suspicion of second-degree murder after police say he reported himself ...

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Police with guns drawn chase 10-year-old boy after mistaking him for armed robber, mom claims

A 10-year-old boy broke down in tears in Newark, New Jersey, after police chased him down, thinking he was an armed robbery suspect, his mother claims. ****SHARE**** ***SHARE EVERYWHERE***When I could first get Legend to say at least what he could moments after(he was still dazzed) multiple #NEWARKPDOFFICERS CHASED MY 10 YEAR ...

Sandusky County Sheriff Kyle Overmyer (Courtesy: Freemont News-Messenger)

Ohio sheriff accused of stealing drugs, tampering with records

Sandusky County Sheriff Kyle Overmyer has been indicted on 43 counts involving drugs, theft and tampering with records following an investigation by the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation (BCI), Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine’s office announced tonight. Overmyer, 42, is to be arraigned Wednesday. A county grand jury returned the ...

A member of the Clark County Sheriff’s office pulls marijuana plants out of the growing containers after they raided a barn in the 5000 block of Fairfield Pike and found a growing operation Tuesday. Bill Lackey/Staff

3-month investigation leads to 3rd large pot bust in Clark County

The Clark County Sheriff’s Office removed more than 100 marijuana plants from a barn Tuesday afternoon after a three-month investigation into the growing operation in Mad River Twp. Deputies began searching at a home and a barn in the 5500 block of Fairfield Pike about about 10 a.m., Maj. Rusty ...

Sheriff’s deputies are on the scene of a suspected marijuana bust this afternoon on Fairfield Pike. BILL LACKEY / STAFF

Over 100 marijuana plants seized from Mad River Twp. barn

UPDATE @ 5:54 p.m.:The Clark County Sheriff’s Office said in a release a total of 109 marijuana plants were seized (with a street value of $2,000 per plant), as well as material used in the illegal manufacturing of marijuana concentrates, a large amount of marijuana grow equipment, cash and a ...

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Clark County grand jury issues indictments for fraud, drug charges

Clark County Prosecutor Andy Wilson reports the Clark County grand jury met Monday and approved the following indictments:Ethan C. Davis, 36, 1430 West Sparrow Road: Theft, identity fraud, misuse of a credit card, unauthorized use of a vehicle, forgery.Joshua Leach, 39, 1744 Lundgren Road, New Carlisle: Receiving stolen property.Kimberly Powers, ...

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Shooting after Springfield party leads to indictments

A Springfield man has been indicted in connection with a shootout that left one man shot in the head.A Clark County grand jury approved charges Monday against Juan Reyes Jr., 19, of 2410 Irwin Ave., for discharge of a firearm on or near prohibited premises and tampering with evidence in ...

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Ramen noodles may be replacing cigarettes as prison currency

Ramen noodles may be surpassing cigarettes as the most valuable prison currency. A new study from the University of Arizona found that at one prison in the American Sunbelt, packs of the noodles serve a dual purpose. On the one hand, they're being used as money and exchanged among prisoners for food, clothes and ...

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Drunken driver cries after learning he injured crash victims

Ricardo Gardea was drunk and hungry on Aug. 3 when he drove to grab a bite to eat and crashed into the back of a Jeep, causing the vehicle to burst into flames. Two people were inside the vehicle. Gardea, who was initially told that the victims had both survived ...

Warrant: Woman put newborn son in refrigerator for 3 hours

A South Carolina woman is accused of putting her newborn son in the refrigerator at her Chester home for three hours, authorities said. Chester County deputies and South Carolina Law Enforcement Division officials charged Angela Blackwell, 27, with homicide by child abuse on Monday.   >> Read more trending stories ...

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Slaying of three female runners sparks safety concerns for others

In recent weeks, the running community nationwide has been shocked by the slayings of three avid female runners -- all of whom were partaking in their daily training in broad daylight. In order: July 30: Alexandra Brueger, a nurse in Detroit, was shot and killed during a 10-mile run on ...

Gary Newby, 20, is charged with aggravated arson. He appeared in a Clark Co. courtroom Tuesday on the charge. STAFF PHOTO/Jeff Guerini

Security video captures man setting fire to home

A Springfield man came home Friday to find a window busted out and the smell of gasoline in his house on Washington St.He called police who discovered a charred area on a corner of the man’s home and a lighter laying in the grass, according to a police report.The man ...

Suspect in stabbing, face biting case may have ingested chemical from garage, sheriff says

Investigators are trying to determine whether a 19-year-old Florida man could have ingested a chemical from the garage of a couple he's accused of fatally stabbing, according to Martin County's sheriff. >> Read more trending stories William Snyder said investigators are continuing to wait for toxicology results for Austin Harrouff, ...

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Child found tangled in cord, fence; man takes photo as 'evidence'

A man from Spokane, Washington, who heard screams as he mowed his lawn last week, followed his ears and discovered a child outside tangled in a fence and a bungee cord. Matt Knight told KHQ-TV that his first thought was: "I need to take a picture of this." Knight said he did so ...

Deaf driver shot and killed by N.C. state trooper

A North Carolina state trooper shot and killed a deaf man Thursday night after following the man's car on the highway and into a residential area. Officials said that around 6:15 p.m., the trooper tried to pull over a Volvo that was speeding on the interstate, but Daniel Harris, 29, ...

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