Thursday, May 23 2013 3:54 PM EDT2013-05-23 19:54:04 GMT
It took 51 years but 73-year-old Felix Vail is finally facing serious questions in the 1962 death of his wife Mary Horton. Felix claimed they were out checking trotlines on the Calcasieu River when MaryMore >>
It took 51 years to arrest suspect Felix Vail in the murder of his wife Mary Horton. KPLC's Lee Peck spoke to her brothers about the latest developments in the case.More >>
Thursday, May 23 2013 12:48 PM EDT2013-05-23 16:48:13 GMT
LSU guard Corban Collins has decided to leave the LSU basketball program."We have granted a release from LSU to guard Corban Collins," said head coach Johnny Jones. "We appreciate his hard work duringMore >>
LSU guard Corban Collins has decided to leave the LSU basketball program.More >>
Thursday, May 23 2013 11:55 AM EDT2013-05-23 15:55:08 GMT
(RNN) - Dozens of Cleveland restaurants have pledged to give the man who rescued three Ohio women from captivity, free burgers for life. Charles Ramsey, the guy who famously stopped eating his Big MacMore >>
More than a dozen of Cleveland restaurants have pledged to give the man who rescued three Ohio women from captivity, free burgers for life.More >>
Thursday, May 23 2013 9:40 PM EDT2013-05-24 01:40:36 GMT
A Columbia woman has been arrested after a child in her care died over the weekend.Margie Hamm, 34, was arrested and charged with homicide by child abuse, according to the Columbia Police Department.PoliceMore >>
A Columbia woman has been arrested after a child in her care died over the weekend.More >>
If you logged onto Facebook last week, chances are you saw plenty of posts about the Powerball jackpot. But one post in particular - a guy claiming to the be the winner - has been shared more than 2 million times.
The man said he'll never have to work again, while holding up what he claims is a lottery ticket. He asked people to share the picture on Facebook, saying he'll give $1 million to a random person. It seems nice, right? The problem is, the man didn't really win. His name is Nolan Daniels and he's from right here in the Valley. We talked to his brother about the unintended consequences of the prank.
"It's meant as a joke, but to some people it's serious, it's hard times and it's December and some people were sending their stories on their family losses, hard times they're going through now," Derek Daniels said of messages he received in which people tried to explain why they deserved $1 million.
The post has been shared more than 2 million times. We called Nolan Daniels but he declined an interview.
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