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Unbelievable on-air exit: 'F*** it, I quit!'

Unbelievable on-air exit: 'F*** it, I quit!'

KTVA’S Charlo Greene had an unexpected resignation on live television. The former reporter dropped the f-bomb, quit her job and revealed herself as the owner and CEO of the Alaska Cannabis Club.  Greene made the dramatic announcement moments after a report on the legalization of marijuana in her state.

The stunt shocked her coworkers, KTVA says they were not aware Greene was connected to the cannabis club. The station posted a statement on their Facebook page, saying “We sincerely apologize for the inappropriate language used by KTVA reporter during her live presentation on the air tonight. The employee has been terminated.”

It's over! Kris Jenner files for divorce

It's over! Kris Jenner files for divorce

Kris Jenner is officially pulling the plug on her marriage to Bruce Jenner!

The matriarch of the Kardashian/Jenner empire filled for divorce Monday after 23 years of marriage.

Warrants out for man last seen with missing UVA student

Warrants out for man last seen with missing UVA student

Police issued two arrest warrants for the man they believe is the last person to have seen missing UVA student, Hannah Graham.

police say 32-year-old Jesse Matthew voluntarily came to the police station Saturday and asked for a lawyer. Police provided him one and after about an hour, he left the  station. “I don't know any more about his interaction with Hannah Graham than I did the moment he walked in,” said Chief Timothy Longo.

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Search continues for missing woman Christina Morris

Search continues for missing woman Christina Morris

Last night hundreds of people gathered for a vigil for missing woman, Christina Morris, at Allen High School in Texas.

Morris, 23, vanished from the parking garage at the Shops at Legacy in Plano on August 30.

Police brutality caught on tape?

Police brutality caught on tape?

Video captured by Baltimore City Police Department cameras shows a shocking altercation between a 32-year-old man and a police officer on duty.

Kollin Truss claims Officer Vincent Cosom viciously attacked and repeatedly sucker-punched him in the head for no apparent reason.

Craigslist killer couple sentenced to life

Craigslist killer couple sentenced to life

Troy LaFerrara answered a Craigslist ad offering "companionship" on November 12, 2013. The 41-year-old didn't know the ad was a deadly trap set by a young couple, married just three weeks earlier.

Last month, 22-year-old Elytte Barbour and his 19-year-old wife, Miranda Barbour, pleaded guilty to killing LaFerrara. On Thursday, they were each sentenced in a Pennsylvania court to life in prison for second-degree murder.

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Alleged abuse uncovered at dairy farm

Alleged abuse uncovered at dairy farm

Just-released video from Mercy for Animals' latest undercover investigation shows workers at a New Mexico dairy farm kicking, punching, throwing, and shocking cows.  The farm, Winchester Dairy released the following statement:
"At Winchester Dairy, animal care and well-being is central to our operations. Upon reviewing the footage of the animal abuse at our farm, Winchester immediately initiated an internal investigation and, in response, have:
· Terminated all employees and referred the abusive employees to law enforcement for further review;

· Dispersed the farm’s dairy cows to other dairy farms with strong track records in animal welfare within hours of the video being received;

Mom flips out in Hawaii road rage incident

Mom flips out in Hawaii road rage incident

Jane and her Lion's den panel debate: Is there any justification for a wild case of road rage caught on tape?

Ryan Arakaki admits he cut off a fellow driver while driving near Pearl Harbor in Hawaii, but he had no idea what was about to come his way because of his actions.

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