Moose attacks Iditarod sled team, seriously injuring 4 dogs: “He trampled the team and then turned for us”

A large bull moose spent more than an hour stomping on the sled dog team of a rookie Iditarod musher in the wilds of Alaska last week – and the attack didn’t end even after Bridgett Watkins emptied her gun into the animal. She said on Facebook Friday that the moose, after seriously injuring four … Read more

Monthly child tax credit payments have stopped, but families can still get the rest of the credit on tax returns

Katrena Ross started receiving $ 300 a month last July as part of the expanded monthly child tax credit payments. The Michigan mother of three, including a son with autism, used the money to pay for gas to drive her children to school and to feed them healthier food. “To a lot of people it … Read more

Jennifer and Ethan Crumbley texted about “new gun” day before Michigan school mass shooting

A day before four students were killed at a Michigan schoolthe mother of the teenager charged with carrying out the mass shooting sent him a text message asking if he had showed teachers a “pic of your new gun,” an investigator testified Tuesday. The text was one of several between Jennifer and Ethan Crumbley on … Read more

Skater found dead 37 feet underwater after group falls through ice at Northern California reservoir

A group of people was skating on a Northern California reservoir when the ice broke and six of them plunged into the frigid water, including one who was later found dead, authorities said. The body of the skater was found 37 feet under the water, CBS Sacramento reports. The group of eight was skating at … Read more

KC Streetcar trolley track extension work begins

Construction began this week on the partial relocation of the Harry Wiggins Trolley Track. The track work is the one of the first major projects related to the KC Streetcar Main Street extension. The Trolley Trail located between 49th Street and 51st Street will be relocated approximately 20-feet to the east of the existing trail. … Read more

North Korea expert Sue Mi Terry on the future of the Kim Jong Un regime – “Intelligence Matters”

In this episode of “Intelligence Matters,” host Michael Morell speaks with Sue Mi Terry, former senior CIA analyst and current Director of the Hyundai Motor-Korea Foundation Center for Korean History and Public Policy at the Wilson Center, about North Korea’s record-breaking spate of missile tests in 2022 and its overall approach to the Biden administration. … Read more

Iowa teen is first para swimmer to qualify for state meet

Isaiah Picard used to be terrified of the water as a toddler, but now he spends more than ten hours a week in the pool training. The 15-year-old Indianola freshman is making history as the first-ever para swimmer to qualify for the state meet. Picard was born with spina bifida, a birth defect that means … Read more