Tag: christmas

Thief in Highland takes Christmas packages from porch, leaves empty box behind

17 NOV 17 12:01 ET By Kiersten Nuñez Click here for updates on this story Highland, Utah (KSTU) — They’re back and stealing your holiday cheer. This surveillance footage was captured Tuesday in Highland and shows a man taking Christmas packages off a front porch. This family now joins the more than 20 million Americans who have their packages stolen from their homes before they can even open them. The Ball family says this thief went up to their porch in broad daylight while they were all home. “I went outside to check on our Christmas lights and saw...

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Brownsville Police kick off Christmas for Kids 2017 Campaign

The Brownsville Police Department kicked off their Christmas for Kids 2017 Campaign this week. Every year the police department works to spread some holiday cheer for children in the community during Christmas. Police ask the public to donate toys at the Wal-Mart located at 2721 Boca Chica boulevard. All toys collected will be given away by Blue Santa at their toy giveaway on December 16th at the Brownsville Police...

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Consumer Group Unveils Its ‘Worst Toys’ List

Image License Photo: Shalu Sharma / CC BY-SA 2.0 License Link World Against Toys Causing Harm — or watch — unveiled its annual list of the top-ten worst toys on Tuesday. The consumer safety group says fidget spinners, a plastic Wonder Woman battle sword and a remote-controlled spider-man drone top the list. Watch claims fidget spinners contain small parts which could be a choking hazard. The toy association — an industry trade group — dismisses the list as “Needless Frightening” to parents because all toys sold in the U.S. meet “Rigorous” safety standards. But, WATCH President Joan Siff says...

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Authorities Urge Precautions to Avoid Holiday Thefts

RGV (KFXV) — Authorities are asking the community to be extra cautious after Christmas day to prevent home theft. They recommend you do not pile up empty gift boxes from your new television, computer, or any high priced items on the street – instead break the boxes down or cut them up to conceal the product. Don’t forget to lock doors and window when you leave your house or apartment. If you will be returning or exchanging your gifts make sure to lock the packages in your vehicle’s trunk – don’t forget to close the windows and lock the...

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San Benito Native Recovering After Attacks in Berlin

Berlin/ San Benito (KFXV) — Fox News spoke to the family of a San Benito native who was injured in the Berlin attack. Richard Ramirez moved to Germany over a decade ago to live with his partner. The Ramirez family tells Fox News although Richard survived the attack the physical and emotional damages are far too extensive. Armando Ramirez says his brother remains hospitalized with severe injuries. The family says Richard was at the Christmas market with his partner the moment the semi-truck stuck multiple people, killing 12 of them including richard’s companion–something the San Benito native is battling...

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