Inside The Life Of Jeffrey Dahmer’s Final Attempted Victim After He Brought An End To His Killing Spree

by Nia Tipton In the premiere of Ryan Murphy’s “Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story,” viewers watched the harrowing story of serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer’s final victim, Tracy Edwards. From 1978 until 1991, Dahmer brutally murdered, dismembered, and ate various body parts of the 17 men and boys who fell victim to his crimes. The case of Dahmer,Continue reading “Inside The Life Of Jeffrey Dahmer’s Final Attempted Victim After He Brought An End To His Killing Spree”

Travel Thursdays: Explore Washington State

WASHINGTON Explore a state that expertly blends urban and outdoor experiences. These five destinations showcase Washington at its most spectacular. Whether you plan on hitting the trail or the tasting room, Washington overwhelms the senses. Greater Seattle When the UFO-shaped Space Needle was first built above Seattle in the early 1960s, the designers pointed towardContinue reading “Travel Thursdays: Explore Washington State”

Say Goodbye to Stimulus Checks in 2023

by Maurie Backman There’s reason to believe we won’t be getting any government paydays next year. Key points When lawmakers approved a round of $1,400 stimulus checks in early 2021, that money served as a lifeline for many cash-strapped families that were still struggling to recover from the pandemic. But so far, there’s been noContinue reading “Say Goodbye to Stimulus Checks in 2023”

The Ride of Her Life: The True Story of a Woman, Her Horse, and Their Last-Chance Journey Across America by Elizabeth Letts

**Spoilers ahead** I listened to this via the Libby App. This book started off rather slow to me. She lost her farm that had been in her family for a long time. It was kind of sad. She did try to make it work, but couldn’t. She was offered a place in a environment likeContinue reading “The Ride of Her Life: The True Story of a Woman, Her Horse, and Their Last-Chance Journey Across America by Elizabeth Letts”

Brother of murdered Idaho siblings now faces his own accusations

BY BECKY BRUCEKSLNewsRadio MESA, Ariz.– The son of Lori Vallow Daybell is now in jail, accused of domestic violence and sexual assault. A woman in Mesa Ariz. contacted police to accuse Colby Ryan of pressuring her to have sex and continuing even after she told him to stop. Ryan is due in court later this week. His motherContinue reading “Brother of murdered Idaho siblings now faces his own accusations”

Opioid Crisis: Doctors rush to use Supreme Court ruling to escape opioid charges

r. Nelson Onaro conceded last summer that he’d written illegal prescriptions, although he said he was thinking only of his patients. From a tiny, brick clinic in Oklahoma, he doled out hundreds of opioid pills and dozens of fentanyl patches with no legitimate medical purpose. “Those medications were prescribed to help my patients, from my ownContinue reading “Opioid Crisis: Doctors rush to use Supreme Court ruling to escape opioid charges”

Body found in Memphis identified as kidnapped jogger

By Bill Hutchinson A body discovered in Memphis has been identified as abducted school teacher Eliza Fletcher, authorities said Tuesday. Fletcher’s remains were found in a South Memphis residential neighborhood several miles from where she was abducted and were identified Tuesday, police said. Memphis Police Chief Cerelyn “C.J.” Davis said at a news conference Tuesday that Fletcher’s bodyContinue reading “Body found in Memphis identified as kidnapped jogger”

State Stimulus Payments 2022: These States Are Sending Out Checks in September

See if your state has started mailing out tax rebates or stimulus payments yet. Dan Avery 9/6/22 Residents of many states are receiving supplemental tax rebates and stimulus payments to help combat ongoing inflation. Hawaii and Illinois are issuing tax refunds in early September and residents of Illinois should receive rebates of up to $400Continue reading “State Stimulus Payments 2022: These States Are Sending Out Checks in September”

Opioid Crisis Friday: ‘Skittles’ and ‘rainbow’ fentanyl pills found in North Idaho, ISP warns.

It is still unknown if this multi-colored fentanyl is targeting teens, but Idaho State Police is warning parents to be aware of this drug. Author: Brianda Perez Published: 10:59 AM PDT September 1, 2022 Updated: 11:29 AM PDT September 1, 2022 COEUR D’ALENE, Idaho — The Idaho State Police (ISP) is warning parents about new types of fentanyl pills thatContinue reading “Opioid Crisis Friday: ‘Skittles’ and ‘rainbow’ fentanyl pills found in North Idaho, ISP warns.”

Travel Thursday: Relax And Unwind At These Year-Round Hot Springs In Idaho

by Courtnie Erickson Did you know that there are more than 130 soakable hot springs scattered around the Gem State? While many of these hot springs will require a bit of a journey to enjoy, there are others that are easy to access. At these locations, you don’t have to worry about trekking in iceContinue reading “Travel Thursday: Relax And Unwind At These Year-Round Hot Springs In Idaho”