Police are investigating a burglary at a high-end retail store inside the Bellagio Hotel and Casino. No one was injured and a suspect was taken into custody, according to a statement released this morning.
MISSING DC GIRLS: The hashtag is trending-- but Washington Metropolitan Police Dept. says there HAS NOT been an increase in the number of missing persons cases. Instead, the numbers are consistent over the last five years, and a new push to get information about missing children out on social media immediately is causing an increase in awareness. #missingdcgirls
DREAMS DO COME TRUE! 79-year-old Delores Dobson hadn't been to the zoo in 63 years due to multiple chronic diseases. That changed yesterday, when she had a special trip to the zoo to meet her favorite animals: pandas
RECALL: OK Food, Inc. is recalling nearly a million pounds of breaded chicken products that could be contaminated with metal pieces. The products were sold under various names including Save A Lot and WalMart's Great Value.
TEEN MAY HAVE BEEN FED TO ALLIGATORS: The body of a 17-year-old girl was allegedly fed to alligators after she was shot and killed trying to escape from a drug stash house where she was being held against her will by captors who raped her repeatedly.
ANOTHER HERO FALLEN: The Pentagon says 25-year-old Staff Sgt. Alexandria Mae Morrow from western New York died while performing maintenance duties in support of combat operations in the Middle East. Our thoughts are with Morrow's family.
FRIDAY NIGHT GIRAFFE WATCH: Animal Adventure Park says all is well with our girl April. Keepers say there have been significant kicks and movements occurring on April's left side... IS TONIGHT THE NIGHT??
HEARTBREAKING: Julia Yates Patterson and her daughter Libby were killed in separate crashes 30 minutes apart. Julia was killed instantly when her vehicle collided with another one. Shortly after, Libby was struck and killed by a driver just 7 miles away from her mother. Rest in peace angels.
Pennsylvania man Walter Ferinden taught kids ice hockey, then allegedly stole their innocence.
"There is a period of grooming of the individual," the prosecutor explained. "He identifies someone whom he believes he can take advantage of, befriends them and then engages in this type of behavior."