MillerCoors employee who shot dead five colleagues is identified

PICTURED: MillerCoors electrician, 51, who shot dead five co-workers then himself at Milwaukee plant was 17-year veteran of the brewery and ‘had been in a long-running dispute with a colleague Anthony N. Ferrill, 51, shot dead five co-workers and then took his own life at the MillerCoors complex in Milwaukee on Wednesday afternoon Ferrill had worked […]

Boy, nine, wins £17million NHS payout after he was left brain damaged

Boy, nine, wins £17million NHS payout after he was left brain damaged and needing 24 hour care because medics failed to provide him with enough nutrition when he was born A boy, 9, was left brain damaged after medics failed to provide proper nutrition  East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust has admitted liability for his […]

Violent parolee on the loose after fleeing Midtown parole office

A violent felon who served seven years in prison for slashing a man’s neck escaped a New York State parole office in Midtown Manhattan on Wednesday, authorities said. Travis Simon, 30, who was released on Feb. 4th, was visiting his parole officer when he learned he was going to be sent on 45-day treatment program […]

Women who have a sleep condition where they sleep for up to 36 hours

The women who simply can’t wake up: Meet the sleepyheads with a mysterious condition that means they’ve snoozed through tornadoes and burglaries – and dozed for up to 36 hours Sleep inertia is where the ‘brain’s drive for sleep overwhelms wakefulness’  One woman can sleep for 36 hours while others have missed family events     They […]

California coronavirus patient wasn’t tested for days

California officials outlined a far-reaching effort to trace anyone who came into contact with a new coronavirus patient and urged federal officials to move quickly to improve their faulty testing process so the state can protect residents. Governor Gavin Newsom and state health officials declined to reveal how many people may have crossed paths with […]

Prison officer, 50, guilty of perverting the course of justice

Prison officer, 50, is found guilty of perverting the course of justice after asking a governor to have a ‘quiet word’ with guard who gave evidence against his father at detention centre abuse trial Prison officer John McGee emailed a governor about an upcoming trial Prisoner officer Hugh Cockburn had given evidence against McGee’s father  […]

Teen, 16, hit and killed by train as she 'took shortcut home' over tracks

A POPULAR teen girl died after being hit by a train when she took a shortcut home across railway tracks, an inquest heart today. Mary Beary, 16, was captured on CCTV climbing a wall at Broxbourne station in Hertfordshire. A minute later, the teen was seen "crossing the tracks with her mobile phone in her […]