Each day the world-wide web seems to give birth to a new application; some are able to cover up blemishes and even distort your face. When FaceApp was introduced to the world, the world greeted it with glee; it's filters gave users the ability to take or add years to a picture with just a swipe of a finger and even show users what they would look like if they were the opposite sex.
It's a parent's worst nightmare, checking on their child only to find them dead in their room; even worse, finding them hanging. That's the reality for a Cincinnati family who found eight year old Gabriel Taye dead as a result of suicide. Gabriel is described as a happy child, always eager to learn and make new friends. So his death has left many asking the question, why?
It wasn't long ago that the news around the water cooler was Yuma's high schools looking to implement a new dress code. The biggest change would be to making uniforms mandatory; a change that was met with despair from most students and mixed emotions from parents. For years its been the norm, until now.
It's a case that has left many baffled; a troubled man encouraged to commit suicide by his girlfriend. Fueled by texts between the two, up until the young man Conrad Roy III took his last breath. Since his death in 2014, his then girlfriend Michelle Carter has been on trial having been charged for involuntary manslaughter.
Growing tension between North Korea and the U.S. intensified after North Korea's latest Intercontinental Ballistic Missile launch. Last week, they launched an ICBM straight up reaching more than a 1,000 kilometers and crashing near Japanese waters. The U.S., Japan and South Korea responded by flying bombers including the U.S. supersonic bomber the B-1.
It's a problem that his been around for decades and each year children die because of it. The issue, children being forgotten in the backseat of a car and left to fend for themselves. According to the latest stats since 1998, 726 children have died as a result of being left inside a hot car. In July along there were eleven deaths, two of which were in Arizona.
The self-proclaimed "toughest sheriff in the country" Joe Arpaio has been found guilty of misdemeanor contempt of court. The former Maricopa County Sheriff is no stranger to a courtroom; over his two decades of service the lawman has been accused of various crimes. The case is tied to Arpaio's immigration sweeps which according the U.S. District Court was racial profiling and the sheriff was asked to stop.
Arizona Senator John McCain reminded the country why they refer to him as "Maverick". The senator was recently diagnosed with a form of brain cancer, he then proceeded to have surgery to remove the tumor and while some asked for the veteran politician to step down he went back to D.C. and voted on the latest attempt to repeal the Affordable Care Act.
If you've ever been south of the border you'd know that vendors sell a variety of "knock-off" items; they look like the real thing just a little imperfect. But one "knock-off" is getting people sick and some have even died. Reports out of Mexico are alarming, people consuming counterfeit alcohol and either getting sick or dying from ingesting the lethal mix