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‘n—ga lover’ sprayed by intruder across bedroom wall of ontario girl dating blac


the weight of two words were more than tim benner could carry.the moment he read the words, the full scope and purpose of the attack on his port colborne home became clear.the other details of the break-in — the destruction of floors and furniture, the vandalized walls and defaced family photos — seemed like garish window dressing by comparison.those two words, sprayed onto the walls of his teenaged daughter’s bedroom in black paint, told the whole tale.“n–ga lover.”the racist slur was directed at his 16-year-old daughter ruby benner, who has been dating her classmate, 16-year-old jayden hannigan, who is black, for the past six months.“i didn’t know what to say,” benner said of the moment he saw his daughter’s bedroom after the feb. 15 break-in. “all i could do was sit down on the edge of






911 calls from fatal gary fire: 'little babies ... oh my god'


the calls started coming in at 11:23 p.m.there was a fire in gary's oak knoll apartment complex. three "little babies" were still upstairs. and "it's really bad.""lord jesus christ, lord jesus christ. oh my god," a frantic woman told a dispatcher.as firefighters made their way to the scene late dec. 23, dispatchers fielded calls from neighbors to find out more. people tried to describe what they saw — flames and smoke billowing from the apartment, people rushing to help, others screaming and crying. but at the same time, many callers were at a loss for words. over and over dispatchers heard the phrase, "oh my god."three young cousins, jayden mitchell, 5, a'laya pickens, 4, and yaleah cohen, 2, died in the apartment fire in the 4400 block of west 23rd court. in the two months since the fire






poudre’s jacob greenwood tees up a wrestling legacy and pomona rolls to 5a team


his legacy blossoming by the year, jacob greenwood understood his rivals were collected like storm clouds. as a two-time colorado state wrestling champion, the junior from poudre high could see them coming for his crown.“i was waiting for it,” the 17-year-old said. “i knew there would be something crazy coming at me. i was ready.”crazy came late in the third period saturday. greenwood sat on a sizable lead over coronado sophomore kj kearns in the 138-pound final and kearns grew desperate. he leaped like an electrified spider right at, and over, greenwood’s head. greenwood calmly watched the threat go by on his way to a third consecutive state title.greenwood (31-3), who capped his third state title season with a 16-5 major decision victory, teed up the state’s only potential four-time cham






man burned in fatal gary fire remembers december night


willie carter said he thinks he must have drifted off to sleep when he heard the 5-year-old boy's voice saying the apartment was on fire.everything after that feels like a nightmare, the 29-year-old carter said. remembering the blaze that killed three children in gary on christmas eve, carter said he got out of bed and tried to follow the boy's voice, thinking it might have come from downstairs in the two-story apartment. but he couldn't make it all the way down the stairs as he saw big, yellow flames all around him, he said."it was moving so fast, and i felt like i was moving so slow," carter, of gary, said.three young cousins, jayden mitchell, 5, a'laya pickens, 4, and yaleah cohen, 2, died in the apartment fire that went into the early hours of christmas eve in the 4400 block of west 23






how an iowa tv reporter's story saved her own baby's life


closeskip in skipxembedxshare emily price credits a story she reported on about the count the kicks program with providing her the knowledge to recognize a change in her baby's movement that doctors could then troubleshoot to save her son's life. zach boyden-holmes/the registerbuy p oemily price and her son hayden read a book at their home in clive monday, jan. 30, 2017.(p o: zach boyden-holmes/the register)buy p oit seemed like a routine ignment for an experienced television reporter. emily price, then working at kcci-tv in des moines, met five women at a coffee shop to hear the mission of the group’s nonprofit.price was no soft sister. she’d been through the rigors of political reporting, even fighting tough competition for the news — her political reporter husband, dave price, over at w






how an iowa tv reporter's story saved her own baby's life


closeskip in skipxembedxshare emily price credits a story she reported on about the count the kicks program with providing her the knowledge to recognize a change in her baby's movement that doctors could then troubleshoot to save her son's life. zach boyden-holmes/the registerbuy p oemily price and her son hayden read a book at their home in clive monday, jan. 30, 2017.(p o: zach boyden-holmes/the register)buy p oit seemed like a routine ignment for an experienced television reporter. emily price, then working at kcci-tv in des moines, met five women at a coffee shop to hear the mission of the group’s nonprofit.price was no soft sister. she’d been through the rigors of political reporting, even fighting tough competition for the news — her political reporter husband, dave price, over at w






how an iowa tv reporter's story saved her own baby's life


closeskip in skipxembedxshare emily price credits a story she reported on about the count the kicks program with providing her the knowledge to recognize a change in her baby's movement that doctors could then troubleshoot to save her son's life. zach boyden-holmes/the registerbuy p oemily price and her son hayden read a book at their home in clive monday, jan. 30, 2017.(p o: zach boyden-holmes/the register)buy p oit seemed like a routine ignment for an experienced television reporter. emily price, then working at kcci-tv in des moines, met five women at a coffee shop to hear the mission of the group’s nonprofit.price was no soft sister. she’d been through the rigors of political reporting, even fighting tough competition for the news — her political reporter husband, dave price, over at w






poudre’s jacob greenwood tees up a wrestling legacy and pomona rolls to 5a team


his legacy blossoming by the year, jacob greenwood understood his rivals were collected like storm clouds. as a two-time colorado state wrestling champion, the junior from poudre high could see them coming for his crown.“i was waiting for it,” the 17-year-old said. “i knew there would be something crazy coming at me. i was ready.”crazy came late in the third period saturday. greenwood sat on a sizable lead over coronado sophomore kj kearns in the 138-pound final and kearns grew desperate. he leaped like an electrified spider right at, and over, greenwood’s head. greenwood calmly watched the threat go by on his way to a third consecutive state title.greenwood (31-3), who capped his third state title season with a 16-5 major decision victory, teed up the state’s only potential four-time cham