Brian Speer of Florida is a sexual predator. He was convicted and served an 8 year prison sentence for that charge and when he was released he followed all the rules and he thought he had completed all of his obligations when he registered in Bradford County as a convicted sex predator.
The case of Holly Bobo's sudden disappearance has kept an entire community on edge for more than two years as family and friends hold out hope for her safe return.
The young nursing student was abducted from her family's Parsons, TN, home in Decatur County on April 13, 2011, and ever since, law enforcement and volunteers have devoted countless man-hours searching the woods and fields nearby.
After 19 months of no answers about her missing daughter's whereabouts, Amanda Berry’s mother, Louwana Miller, turned to a psychic. Sylvia Browne, resident clairvoyant for "The Montel Williams Show," told her bluntly in 2004, "She's not alive, honey.
Men and women have always shuddered at the thought of that first gray hair. Now, researchers in the United Kingdom say they've found a way to reverse the graying. Hair dyes and coloring hair may be a thing of the past.
Hair dye manufacturers are on notice: The cure for grey hair is coming. That's right, the need to cover up one of the classic signs of ageing with chemical pigments will be a thing of the past.
You may blow this story off and say, big deal it won't catch on. But who would have thought a month ago someone would use a pressure cooker as a bomb.
A Texas man has become the first person to successfully fire a real bullet from a gun that was created on a home 3D printer. Sounds crazy? In fact, the blueprint for the pistol is available for free online for anyone to access. And it's legal.
It’s graduation time and it’s also time to educate your soon to be job seeker on the etiquette on getting a job.
Newly minted college graduates soon entering the job market could be facing another hurdle besides high unemployment and a sluggish economy. Hiring managers say many perform poorly—sometimes even bizarrely—in job interviews.