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Residential Burglaries Skyrocket In San Francisco As Tourism Falls

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Teen Dies of Cancer After Parents Refused to See Doctor Due to Lack of Insurance

A New Mexico couple is facing child abuse charges after their son died from untreated cancer. The couple explained that they did not have Medicaid.
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Woman Arrested After Trying to Hire Hitman to Kill Husband's Lover

A Florida woman was arrested after trying to buy herself a gift for her upcoming 34th birthday — the services of a hitman to take out her husband’s lover.
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Man Trying to Set Stranger's Car on Fire for Revenge Accidentally Sets Himself on Fire

Charlotte police are currently looking for a suspected arsonist who accidentally lit himself on fire while trying to torch a stranger’s car in an act of revenge.
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Evicted Woman Starts Fire That Spreads to All 25 Units in Apartment Complex

The Louisiana Fire Marshal’s office says a New Orleans woman evicted from her apartment in Central City set the complex on fire Monday. Read more on RADIO.COM.
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Man Arrested After Trying to Cash Lottery Tickets at Store He Stole Them From

A Florida man lifted 13 different scratch-off lottery tickets from a convenience store while the clerk was distracted. The Clearwater police were informed of the theft, but it didn’t take long to nab the perp, as he was arrested later the same day.
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Firefighter Battling Fire Has Wallet Stolen Out of Truck

A firefighter battling the CZU Lightning Complex Fire in Santa Cruz, California realized he was the victim of a theft after he returned to his truck to find his wallet missing and later checked his bank account to find it drained.
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Police Seeking Man Accused of Giving Customers ‘COVID Hugs’ in Walmart

A man is being sought by police after allegedly giving customers hugs and telling him they have coronavirus at a Walmart in Springfield, Massachusetts.
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Man Charged in $180,000 Unemployment Fraud Scheme

The U.S. Attorney’s Office has named 37-year-old Samuel George Baker in a criminal complaint that says he filed numerous fraudulent applications for unemployment insurance benefits in Pennsylvania and Michigan.
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Doctor Loses License for Amputating Patient's Toe on Dirty Back Porch

A Missouri doctor had his license revoked after he amputated a patient’s toe on the ‘unsanitary’ back porch of his rural office. Find out how the doctor explained his ‘lapse in judgment.’
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