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The hype of the Auburn Tiger's SEC win has not died down and one Auburn fan is celebrating the big win in a unique way.In Fayetteville GA, Robert Fulton is celebrating the Tiger's big SEC win by displayingMore >>
The hype of the Auburn Tigers' SEC win hasn't died down and one Auburn fan is celebrating the big win in a unique way.More >>
A U.S. Embassy official in the Turkish capital says the United States is suspending all non-lethal assistance destined for the opposition in northern Syria because of rebel infighting.More >>
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"Me and my wife separated due to -- for several reasons; um, one of which being the way she treated my children," Terry Steinfurth told Nancy Grace Monday night. More >>
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Apple sold more than 5 million i-phones in its first week of release, despite glitches like its new mapping service. While you are saving up the $200 for your new phone be sure to stash away more for all the accessories. More >>
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TOLEDO, OH (Toledo News Now) -
2008, Parents of Murdered Children has gathered in Toledo for a national day of
after year, the same people gather to pay respect to their lost loved ones. But
each year, there are also new faces in the crowd.
of those faces this year are the family of baby Elaina Steinfurth. Her father
TJ was in attendance Wednesday to remember his little girl.
matter how long it has been since the mothers, fathers or friends lost their
loved one, they say the pain will always be fresh.
surviving and we do this to help other people wake up the next morning and know
what it is to be a new normal," said Tony Carrillo, chief of the board of directors
for the organization. "You need a hug, you need someone who's going to listen
to you. We're not ever going to tell you to get over it because you never will,
and that's why we're here."
of Murdered Children hosts vigils ever year with a different theme. This year's
theme of domestic violence made sense and needed the attention after many
high-profile cases in the city.
never eradicate domestic violence," said Kathy Newlove, from Alicia's Voice. "It's
a subject that nobody likes to talk about or think about or hear about, but it's
there. And so we have to do the best we can to hope that there are no more