Lieutenant colonel discharged after criticizing military: This is a problem with our senior leaders.
A California teen did a good deed by driving to a woman’s house to return a lost purse. Melina Marquez says a teenager found the purse in a shopping cart at a grocery store. The driver’s license inside belonged to her friend, Eliana Martin, who used to live with her, but hadn’t updated her address. They posted the doorbell video to social media hoping to find the teen. Adrian Rodriguez, 17, reached out to identify himself as the good Samaritan. Inside Edition Digital’s Mara Montalbano has more.
After working 27 years at a Las Vegas Burger King, Kevin Ford received a goodie bag for never missing a single day of work. He proudly showed off his bag filled with Reese’s candies, pens, two rolls of Life Savers and more on social media. That video was seen by more than two million people. Now, a GoFundMe page his daughter created for him received over $215,000 in donations rewarding Ford for his hard work.
The World’s Ugliest Dog contest returned to Petaluma, California on Friday (June 24) after a two-year absence due to the pandemic, and the crowned winner looks more like an alien than a dog, according to the rescue shelter where he was retrieved. “Mr. Happy Face” came all the way from Arizona, with his owner, musician Jeneda Benally, who calls herself his emotional support human. Judges were taken by the unique looking dog. Inside Edition Digital’s Stephanie Officer has the details.
At least 50 people are dead, found in and around an abandoned trailer in Texas. Authorities in San Antonio say the vehicle was found when a worker heard a cry for help. Along with the deceased, 16 other people, 4 of them children, were transported to area hospitals. They were reportedly too weak to stand. Authorities believe this was a group of migrant workers. This alleged human smuggling event is now part of an ongoing federal investigation.
A Subway sandwich shop employee is dead and another worker is in critical condition after police say a customer shot them over an argument about an order. It happened at a location in Atlanta, Georgia. “There was something wrong with the sandwich that made him so upset that he decided to take out his anger on two of the employees here,” Deputy Police Chief Charles Hampton Jr. said. A five year old was also inside at the time.