Articles by Michael Billera
- Chelisa Grimes Sends Her Gay Son, Darnell Young, To An Indianapolis School With A Stun Gun As Defense Against Bullies
May 07 2012 11:35 AM
An Indiana mother sent her gay son to school with a stun gun as a self-defense weapon after she claims teachers and administrators did not do enough to protect him against bullying.
- Joseph Elijah Mouton, 6-Months-Old, Killed After Being Stuffed Inside Refrigerator By Suicidal Father
May 04 2012 3:43 PM
Houston police have identified the six-month-old baby they discovered stuffed inside a refrigerator on Wednesday as Joseph Elijah Mouton.
- Spirit Airlines Boycott Grows On Facebook As The Company Refuses To Refund Dying Veteran, Jerry Meekins
May 04 2012 12:40 PM
On social media, there are calls to boycott the Miramar-based Spirit Airline after the airline refused to refund a dying veteran's nontransferable ticket.
- Ellicott City Shooting Leaves Brenda Brewington Dead, One Injured in St. Peter's Chuch, Alleged Shooter Found Dead In Woods
May 04 2012 11:09 AM
Two people dead and another is in critical condition after the victim's bodies were found in St. Peter's Episcopal Church in Howard County on Thursday.
- Igor Vovkovinskiy, Tallest Man In The United States, To Receive A $20,000 Pair Of Shoes From Reebok
May 04 2012 9:52 AM
Being the tallest man in the United States is no small task for Igor Vovkovinskiy. For years, he has endured sore feet as he could not find shoes appropriate for his large demeanor, however, Reebok has offered to lend a helping hand.
- Super Moon May 2012: Pictures Of Previous Super Moons From Across The Globe [PHOTOS]
May 03 2012 5:21 PM
The largest full moon of the year will be seen on May 5 when the moon reaches its Lunar Perigee, the period of time when it is closest to Earth.
- Petaluma California Shootout Leaves Three ICE Agents Shot: 'It Was Really Bedlam'
May 03 2012 3:28 PM
Three agents from Immigration Customs Enforcement have been injured in a shootout during an early morning gang sweep raid in Petaluma, Calif. The suspect was captured and is currently in custody.
- Jasmine Marks Party Locked Inside Houston's La Fisherman Restaurant After Refusing Tip
May 03 2012 12:24 PM
The staff of a local Houston, Texas, restaurant, La Fisherman, locked a family inside the establishment after they refused to tip the wait staff for what they deemed was inadequate service.
- Swat Secret Weapon: Recon Scout Robot Designed To Secretly Enter Dangerous Situations Before Emergency Units [PHOTOS]
May 03 2012 10:54 AM
The Recon Scout robot is being dubbed a secret weapon for SWAT Teams and Emergency Service Units across the country.
- Gareth Williams Death Intentional: MI6 Officer Found Naked In A Bag Likely Suffocated Or Poisoned By Assailant, Says Coroner
May 02 2012 4:35 PM
A coroner has ruled that the death of the MI6 officer who was found naked in a large carrying bag in a bathtub, Gareth Williams, was intentional. The coroner said that it appears Williams was either poisoned or suffocated.
- Mexico Yacht Wreck: GPS Records Show That Destroyed Yacht Aegean Could Have Landed On Rocks
May 02 2012 1:00 PM
An American yacht that was destroyed as it raced from California to Mexico might have ended up on the shore of an island just outside the border of the two nations, according to the ship's GPS. This revelation potentially discredits the theory that it was wrecked by a large ship in the area as the Coast Guard continues to investigate the debris.
- Michael Bascum Selsor Executed in Oklahoma For The 1975 Murder Of Clayton Chandler
May 02 2012 11:23 AM
Michael Bascum Selsor was executed by lethal injection on Tuesday in Oklahoma for the murder of a convenience store manager, Clayton Chandler, in Tulsa almost 37 years ago.
- Mysterious Humming Noise Disrupts Windsor Residents, Canadian Goverment Blames Michigan
May 01 2012 5:38 PM
A mysterious humming sound and rattling noise has been baffled authorities of southwest Windsor, Canada.
- Al-Qaeda Pornographic Movies Found To Hide Documents Detailing Future Attacks
May 01 2012 3:49 PM
Last May, a 22-year-old Austrian named Maqsood Lodin attempted to smuggle documents from al-Qaeda into Germany. Police in Berlin were suspicious of him after he returned from Pakistan by traveling through Budapest, Hungary and then to Germany. Police were shocked to discover several digital storage devices and memory cards.
- Cleveland Bomb Plot: FBI Arrest 5 Anarchists For Attempting To Blow Up Brecksville-Northfield High Level Bridge
May 01 2012 11:40 AM
Five suspects were brought into custody by the FBI for conspiring to blow up the Brecksville-Northfield High Level Bridge in Cleveland after months-long sting operation.
- Sea Shadow Stealth Ship To Be Auctioned By The U.S. Navy And DARPA
May 01 2012 10:40 AM
The United States Navy and the United States Department of Defense?s Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, also known as DARPA, has decided to auction one of its most well-known and stealthy boats. The $195 million dollar ship, the Sea Shadow, went on the auction block with the government asking for bids at approximately $50,000 with only $10,000 as a down payment. The boat garnered attention after movie producers revealed they used the Sea Shadow as inspiration for a boat in the James ...
- Weston Masset Thanks 'Grey's Anatomy' Star Patrick Dempsey For Saving Him From Near-Fatal Car Crash
April 30 2012 5:26 PM
A California teen publicly thanked actor Patrick Dempsey for saving him from what could have been a fatal car wreck last week.
- Jaymisha Pires and Corey Granberry Stop Joseph Ramirez From Ritually Sacrificing His 8-Year-Old Son In Mount Hope Cemetary
April 30 2012 3:08 PM
Two women saved an eight-year-old boy from being ritually killed by his father, who was attempting to cut off his arms as part of a human sacrifice in a cemetery in San Diego on Saturday.
- Isabel Celis Missing: Man From Security Tape Comes Forward, Police Expand Search To Mexico
April 30 2012 12:48 PM
As the search for missing Isabel Celis continues, authorities said that a man, who was captured on security footage near where the 6-year-old went missing, has come forward to possibly shed insight into the case.
- Victoria Grover Survives Four Days Lost In Utah Desert, 'I Had Faith I Would Be Found'
April 30 2012 10:56 AM
Victoria Grover went through the ordeal of a lifetime after she suffered through hunger and a pain from a broken leg while stranded alone in the Utah's wilderness.