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Online creator Chris Chan arrested on incest charge after leaked audio alleged she had sex with her mother
Christine Weston Chandler, known online as Chris Chan, has been arrested on charges of incest after a leaked call spread online.
"Three people were transported to area hospitals," the Pigeon Forge Police Department tells PEOPLE
- The Telegraph
Steven Frank holds the plain aluminium cooking pot with reverence, undoing the side clips that fasten the lid. Battered, utilitarian, unremarkable, you wouldn’t look at it twice in a junk shop. Yet its story and its survival are matters of wonder. It is perhaps the most precious relic of his past and one of the most poignant of the Holocaust.
- WCVB - Boston
Police say there is an active death investigation-- with potentially hazardous materials-- near the Marriott Copley hotel. Emergency crews responded to a parking garage located at 110 Huntington Ave. just after 3:30 a.m. Officials say it is too early to tell if the death is considered suspicious.
- ProFootball Talk on NBC Sports
On Sunday, the newspaper of record in Buffalo published a major story regarding the negotiations aimed at building a new stadium for the Bills. The report from Tom Precious claimed that ownership’s proposal asks for the project to be fully funded by taxpayer money. Precious sought a response from Pegula Sports and Entertainment before the [more]
- Associated Press
A Black man who said a group of white men assaulted him and threatened to “get a noose” at a southern Indiana lake is facing criminal charges more than a year after the confrontation that earlier led to charges against two of the alleged attackers. Vauhxx Booker, a local civil rights activist and member of the Monroe County Human Rights Commission, was charged with misdemeanor trespass and felony battery for his involvement in last year’s Fourth of July incident at Lake Monroe, according to court documents filed Friday by a special prosecutor in the case. Booker condemned the decision, calling it an “outrageous act of punitive retaliation and prosecutorial vindictiveness.”
- Good Housekeeping
We're breaking down these important terms and what they each mean.
- Associated Press
A memorial Mass has been held in northern Michigan for the last remaining survivor of a Lake Michigan shipwreck that killed 33 people in 1958. Frank Mays was one of two people who survived the sinking of the Carl D. Bradley, a freighter that was on its way to Rogers City, Michigan, to pick up a load of stone before the shipping season ended. Mays, 89, died on Jan. 7 in Zephyrhills, Florida.
- Business Insider
An unofficial Burning Man is happening in the middle of the desert without any medical services, private jets, or professionally serviced bathrooms
COVID-19 canceled Burning Man for the second year in a row. Risking injury or death, rogue "burners" are heading to the Black Rock Desert this August.
"Last Week Tonight" looks at the biggest problems with emergency medical services.
- Madame Noire
Megan Thee Stallion isn't too pleased with the Black blogs and let it be known via Twitter.
A nuclear verdict handed down against Werner Enterprises in 2018 has set off a dispute within a Texas appellate court as the truckload carrier appeals the more than $90 million award. There is no immediate impact from the decision of the Texas 14th Court of Appeals that Werner's (NASDAQ: WERN) appeal should be heard en banc, which would be a larger panel than the three-judge panel of the same court that originally heard the appeal but never published its ruling. While questions about whether the
- Best Products
It’s perfect for those crisp fall days.
The United States is returning more than 17,000 ancient artifacts looted and smuggled out of Iraq after the U.S. invasion in 2003, including a 3,500-year-old clay tablet bearing part of the Epic of Gilgamesh, Iraq said on Tuesday. Tens of thousands of antiquities disappeared from Iraq after the 2003 invasion that toppled leader Saddam Hussein. Many more were smuggled or destroyed by the iconoclastic Islamic State group, which held a third of Iraq between 2014 and 2017 before it was defeated by Iraqi and international forces.
- Kansas City Star
Suspects crashed a stolen vehicle while escaping and are still at large, police said.
- The Root
Black Man Who Said He Suffered Attempted Lynching in Indiana Last Year Now Facing Charges Related to the Incident
Many of you might remember from last year the story of Vauhxx Booker, a Black man in Indiana who said he suffered an “attempted lynching” when five white men—two of whom have been charged with multiple felonies—accused him of trespassing on land he said he didn’t know they owned.
- USA TODAY
These Surfside condo owners survived a harrowing disaster. Now they're forced to battle with big insurers.
- NBC News
Detroit police said they are aware of "an allegation of excessive force in Greektown" and are reviewing the circumstances, officials said.
A group of thirst trap TikTok guys is being accused of having different 'straight' and 'queer' accounts to appeal to multiple audiences
In a TikTok video, Barrett Pall accused several creators of pretending to be gay to lure in LGBTQ viewers.
- Washington Examiner
Groom still in his wedding tux accused of shooting two, including bride's alleged lover, in mid-traffic dispute
A Louisiana man was arrested in his wedding tuxedo over the weekend for allegedly shooting his friend and chasing his new bride down the interstate after accusing the two of having an affair, according to police.