One person is dead and another is missing after a flood breaks a bridge

Sudden, torrential rain caused floods that killed at least one woman in Germany, authorities say. Officials are looking for another person who went missing during the storm. 

Apparently, the downfall was so heavy, a wooden bridge in southern Germany buckled, sweeping people from it. Eight others have been rescued so far. They did not have any injuries. 

The search and rescue mission has so far entailed 160 first responders and helicopters. More than 100 people were evacuated from their homes in the Höllentalklamm, also known as the Valley of Hell, which is a popular tourist spot for hikers.

Last month alone, over 200 people in the western region of Germany died from such flooding. 

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Three people are dead and two more are hurt after this Texas bar shooting

Three people are dead and two more are hurt after an argument outside a sports bar erupted into gunfire, authorities say. 

According to police, the incident occurred early in the morning yesterday, just outside a San Antonio watering hole. 

The police chief, William McManus, said the fight occurred at the Boom Boom Sports Bar. 

“An individual went to the car, got a gun — a long gun — came back, shot five people in the parking lot,” the chief said. 

Police have not yet released the details of the disagreement that sparked the shooting, or any information about the suspect or the victims. All officials have said so far is that the individuals who were shot had been in their 20s or 30s. 

What happens next?

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A horse is stolen and hidden in this South Carolina bedroom

A South Carolina woman saw her nephew riding a horse down the street, which was unusual, because he didn’t own one. The man, whose identity has not been released, apparently led the animal into a home owned by his father. That’s when she called the police. 

Apparently, the suspect was not even supposed to be on the property, authorities said, after speaking to his father on the phone. 

Eventually, deputies entered the residence and found a disturbing scene. 

“I immediately observed that there was horse feces in the living room,” one of them said. 

Apparently, the alleged thief had been hiding with the horse in the bedroom. 

What happened next?

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The co-founder of this fact-checking site plagiarized more than 50 articles

Apparently, no one at the fact-checking site Snopes was fact-checking their writers. Because entire paragraphs were lifted directly from the likes of The New York Times and CNN, reporters say. 

One of the founders of the website, and a 50% Snopes shareholder, apparently plagiarized more than 50 articles.

“I didn’t come from a journalism background,” said David Mikkelson. “I wasn’t used to doing news aggregation. A number of times I crossed the line to where it was copyright infringement. I own that.”

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How a man tunneled through drywall into a pharmacy to steal these drugs

A Tennessee man apparently burrowed through the wall and into a Walgreens pharmacy in an effort to get the drugs he wanted, police say. 

According to authorities, the suspect, who has not been named, managed to remain out of sight in the store until closing time. That’s when he made his move. Officials did not share exactly how he managed to tunnel his way in, but, once he’d broke into the pharmacy, he took tons of opioids. 

The incident happened way back in May, but the suspect wasn’t apprehended until this week, after residents came forward with information. 

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Florida man’s crime spree includes: shoes, two trucks, a four-wheeler, and a forklift

A Florida man is behind bars, with a hefty $88,000 bond, after going on a crime bender, officials say. 

According to authorities, the Ocala man stole two trucks, a car, a forklift, a four-wheeler, shoes, cigarettes, and a lighter. 

Charles Harrington apparently begins his stealing spree by taking a truck that eventually got stuck in the mud. Then, he took a car and the smokes from another Ocala residence. From there, he set his sights on a four-wheeler. 

Police say Harrington took the vehicle to a fernery property, where he asked to drink sprinkler water.

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How did a toddler fatally shoot a Florida woman while she was working?

A 21-year-old mother was fatally shot by her toddler while she was working from home on Wednesday, authorities say.

Shamaya Lynn was apparently on a video phone call when the incident occurred. The handgun had been out, and it was loaded, when the child discovered it.

According to police, a coworker on the Zoom call saw the youngster, heard the gunshot, and then saw Lynn fall. She didn’t get back up. That colleague is the one who notified the authorities. 

“Officers and paramedics did their best in rendering aid to Mrs. Lynn,” officials said. “But she was found with a fatal gunshot wound to the head.” 

What else do we know about this tragic case so far?

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Six people are dead (suspect included) in this UK shooting

Six people are dead following a shooting in southwest England overnight, authorities say.

According to police, a “serious firearms incident” call came in somewhere around 6 p.m.

Four people had been shot and were pronounced dead on the scene. Police shared that the victims included two men and two women, but have not yet released their identities. A third woman was hospitalized before she died. 

The suspected shooter was also pronounced dead on the scene, though authorities have not shared his cause of death yet. 

“There have been a number of fatalities at the scene and several other casualties are receiving treatment,” officials said. “A critical incident has been declared. The area has been cordoned off and police believe the situation is contained.”

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This is a developing story.

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This woman is arrested for stealing over $800 of fajita and steak

Two women with a craving for fajitas stole more than $800 worth of ingredients from a grocery store recently. On Monday, one of the suspects, 33-year-old Brenda Johana Ruiz, was arrested. A warrant is out for 24-year-old Erika Rene Lopez. 

H-E-B security camera footage showed the duo entering the grocer and hiding several meat packages in their purse. They then returned for 25 steaks and more fajita packages. 

All in all, their bill, had they paid, would have been a hefty $833.30.

I can’t help but wonder why they wanted so many steaks. What are your thoughts?

And what are the consequences of a steak-stealing-spree, anyhow?

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A woman stormed off from a wedding to be eaten alive by bears

A Russian woman may have been eaten alive by a pack of bears after angrily leaving a wedding last month, officials say.

The 24-year-old woman, Yana Balobanova, apparently called to report that she was lost in the woods. 

Rescue dogs were deployed to try and find her, but at some point, her scent was overtaken by that of bears, experts said. The animal’s footprints were spotted nearby.

Apparently, an argument with another guest prompted her early departure from the party.

“It is no longer possible to hope that the woman will be found alive,” one official said. “If a person accidentally finds themselves between a bear and her cubs, the predator can attack immediately and harshly, without growls and warnings.” 

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