We’ve got another sad passing to add to 2017, as surfing legend and the inventor of the modern wetsuit Jack O’Neill has died at the ripe old age of 94. We’ve got more on the eye-patch wearing water icon’s incredible life.
The pilot who was operating the hot air balloon that crashed and caught fire killing 15 passengers has been identified. Skip Nichols of Heart of Texas Hot Air Balloon Rides is the man Texas officials have named as the accident’s pilot.
So tragic. Officials confirm that 16 people are dead after a hot air balloon crashed and caught fire in Central Texas, July 30. Get the details.
This is devastating. After Antonio Armstrong and his wife were tragically shot and killed by their 16-year-old son inside the family’s Houston, TX home, fans, friends and former colleagues of the former NFL player are reacting to his death. See their emotional tweets.
This is terrible. Former NFL player Antonio Armstrong and his wife Dawn were fatally shot and killed inside their Houston, TX home July 29 by their 16-year-old son. Get the tragic details here.
Brenda Perry patiently waited for the arrival of her two sons Alton and Ashton Perry, only to discover that the three had been found dead Feb 26. Their grandma Debra Denison allegedly shot her two grandsons dead and then took her own life — so sad.
It is a sad day for Brenda and Jeremy Perry since receiving the news of the deaths of three of their dear family members. Debra Denison’s body was found near the Lake of Isles golf course in Connecticut. In the car with her were her two grandsons Ashton, six months, and Alton, 2.
Two babies were among those killed by the devastating 6.3-magnitude earthquake that struck Christchurch, New Zealand. So sad.
As the death toll rose above 100, authorities in the city of Christchurch began releasing the names of victims, including nine-month old Jayden Harris and five-month old Baxter Gowland.
It’s about time! The government has finally outlawed drop-side cribs after dozens of babies and toddlers were killed.
In a unanimous vote by the Consumer Product Safety Commission, the manufacture, sale and resale of drop-side cribs has been banned. All cribs being created and sold must have fixed sides by June 2011. Over the past decade they’ve caused dozens of infant and toddler deaths. Since 2005, 9 million of the movable cribs have been recalled because the drop-side rail can detach from the frame, creating a gap between the mattress and side rail. When that happens little ones can get caught and suffocate or strangle.