North Korea missile not from submarine, may have been launched from underwater platform, officials say

North Korea’s missile test was not launched from a submarine, but rather from a barge or underwater platform, a move that comes just days ahead of resumed nuclear talks with the United States this weekend, U.S. officials told Fox News on Wednesday.

Miami Valley family uses billboards to find kidney donor

DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – A Miami Valley resident is using several
billboards to advertise the need for a kidney donor for her father. He recently
underwent a quintuple bypass after a heart attack, and now only has 8 percent
use of his kidneys.

Eight billboards across the Miami Valley are sharing Karen Hyunh’s message, which she hopes will catch a good Samaritan’s eye and inspire them to donate a kidney to save her father’s life.

DeWine urges lawmakers to ban sale of flavored vaping products

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WDTN) – The governor came up short of
banning flavors immediately and it is something he is asking the general
assembly to do.​

Four hundred people who vape, work at a vapor store, or own
one, were in the west plaza of the Statehouse Tuesday morning trying to raise
enough noise to get through to Governor DeWine and state lawmakers.​

Picture of student honoring national anthem goes viral

DAVIDSON COUNTY, N.C. (WDTN/WGHP) – A photo of a student who stopped while walking to practice in order to honor the national anthem is going viral.

South Davidson High School football player Jacob Pope was caught on camera standing at attention when the national anthem played in the distance at a nearby girl’s softball game.

Intelligence watchdog now says whistleblower claimed 'first-hand' knowledge, in departure from declassified complaint

The inspector general for the intelligence community said late Monday that the whistleblower whose complaint touched off an impeachment inquiry claimed to have firsthand knowledge of misconduct – a claim that appears to conflict with documents sent to Congress and the director of national intelligence.

Teen dies protecting 5-year-old sister from burglar

(WBBH/NBC News) – A Florida teen is being remembered as a hero after he was stabbed to death while protecting his 5-year-old sister from a burglar.

Police say 15-year-old Khyler Edman was home alone with his 5-year-old sister when a man broke in Thursday night.

Khyler fought with the man and was fatally injured.  His sister was unharmed.

Charlotte County deputies later arrested Ryan Clayton Cole, 27, after finding him inside another nearby home.


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