Tag: Kansas

Octopus in boy’s throat: Matthew Gallagher arrested after child swallowed venomous octopus

April 7, 2016 | By Garrett Montgomery | Reply More
Octopus in boy’s throat: Matthew Gallagher arrested after child swallowed venomous octopus

An octopus in a boy’s throat – while it sounds like the title of a bad horror movie, it is not. A doctor in Wichita, Kansas discovered a dead octopus in the throat of a 2-year-old boy, who was left in the care of Matthew Gallagher, his mother’s boyfriend. An octopus was found in a […]

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Customer Gives Waiter Smile, Teeth Via $25,000 Tip

March 10, 2015 | By Garrett Montgomery | 5 Replies More
Customer Gives Waiter Smile, Teeth Via $25,000 Tip

A waiter is happy to smile after getting new teeth from a generous customer. Brian Maixner, a waiter at the Doo-Dah Diner in Wichita, Kansas is thrilled to share his new smile with the world, after Fred Boettcher, a wealthy customer, decided to pay $25,000 worth of surgeries for him to fix his dental issues. […]

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F-16 Midair Collision Over Kansas: No Injuries, Pilots OK

October 21, 2014 | By Garrett Montgomery | 3 Replies More
F-16 Midair Collision Over Kansas: No Injuries, Pilots OK

F-16 midair collision in Kansas leaves two pilots shaken, but no one was injured, according to the latest updates from the National Guard spokesman, Col. Max Moss. On Monday afternoon, two F-16 jets were involved in a midair collision during a training exercise while flying over a field in Kansas. The ill-fated training mission involved […]

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Rare Virus Sickens 14 Babies, Health Authorities Investigating HPeV3 Virus Cases In Kansas City Area

August 13, 2014 | By Garrett Montgomery | Reply More
Rare Virus Sickens 14 Babies, Health Authorities Investigating HPeV3 Virus Cases In Kansas City Area

Rare virus sickens 14 babies in 2 states over the summer and experts are trying to understand. The rare virus known as HPeV3 has sickened a total of 14 babies, 9 from Kansas and the other 5 from Missouri. None of the 14 babies died, but needed supportive care for the human parainfluenza virus that […]

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