A mother in North Carolina was arrested for helping her teen son set himself on fire. This occurred because of a trending social media dare known as the “fire challenge.” Basically, one friend dares another friend via a video posted to their Facebook wall. The dare is to set one’s self on fire, put it out, and then post the video to their own Facebook page and challenge another friend to do the same. Well, not surprisingly, this doesn’t always go as planned because fire is, by nature, very hard to control. The teen in this case was badly burned,

Police in Ferguson, Missouri have finally released the name of the officer who shot unarmed 18-year-old Michael Brown. But that wasn’t enough to relieve anguish for local residents who believe the public was given the information too little, too late. To most of the activists, the story given by the police department seems like a cover up, because not only did Ferguson Police release the name of the officer who shot Michael Brown, but they also claimed that Brown had robbed a convenience store just minutes before he was fatally wounded by authorities. How can citizens trust police after they

“Juggalos” as they’re called, are die-hard fans of the musical artists collectively known as the Insane Clown Posse. The FBI considers Juggalos as a “loosely organized hybrid gang” because of their radical and mainly violent support of their favorite band. In a lot of ways, Juggalos’ behavior constitutes that of a gang; since about 2011, there have been numerous incidents of homicide and violence with one common denominator, the Insane Clown Posse. A Tattoo that Wasn’t Earned In this latest bout of violence, two Juggalos were reportedly harassing their roommate about a Juggalo tattoo that they believed he didn’t earn.

Married couple and hip-hop duo Jay-Z and Beyonce Knowles recently hit the road for a joint concert tour, “On the Run.” One stop at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, CA turned ugly, ending with one man losing a finger. What happened? Allegedly, Roberto Alcaraz-Garnica groped a woman while at the concert. When the woman’s boyfriend found out, he was livid at the 25-year-old. A fight broke out between the two males after the woman’s boyfriend confronted the groper. It was during this fight that the Alcarez allegedly bit the finger off of the boyfriend. He was subsequently arrested for sexual

While the dispensaries in Nevada are not yet opened, they offer great promises to Arizona card holders. State Medical-Marijuana Programs According to Chad Weston, the bureau chief of the Nevada Division of Public & Behavioral Health, Nevada will be honoring Arizona registration cards, as a result of Nevada’s new medical-marijuana program. After the change to the medical-marijuana law in 2010, Arizona allows for legitimate patients from other states to possess marijuana. Unlike Nevada, the law prohibits these individuals from different states to purchase marijuana in AZ dispensaries. Governor Brian Sandoval In 2013, Governor Brian Sandoval of Nevada signed a new law.

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