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  • A toddler is dead and two adults are recovering from injuries after gunfire erupted Sunday in Philadelphia's Kensington neighborhood, police said. >> Read more trending news  According to KYW-TV, a shooter armed with an AK-47 rifle fired into a Water Street home about 3:30 p.m., striking a 2-year-old girl, her 24-year-old mother and a 33-year-old male contractor, authorities said. The girl, who suffered a gunshot wound to the head, died at the scene, police said.  Emergency responders rushed the woman, who was struck in the head and back, and the man, who suffered a gunshot wound to the stomach, to a nearby hospital, WCAU-TV reported. They are in stable and critical condition, respectively, authorities said. Investigators believe the shooter intentionally targeted the house, then ran from the scene, the news outlets reported. Police said they have not arrested any suspects in connection with the case. Police also are investigating whether the incident is connected to a shooting that occurred minutes earlier on East Clearfield Street, according to KYW. No injuries were reported, authorities told WCAU. Read more here or here.
  • A Georgia woman has been arrested in connection with the death of a toddler in Donalsonville, authorities said. >> Read more trending news  Paresij Handford, 28, was charged with the death of 2-year-old Zayden Brown, GBI spokeswoman Jamy Steinberg said in a news release. Handford is the girlfriend of Brown’s father.  Brown’s autopsy at the GBI Crime Lab revealed that Brown died from several injuries. His death was then ruled a homicide, Steinberg said.  Handford was arrested after the GBI performed witness interviews and obtained evidence related to the case, the release said. She is charged with one count of felony murder and one count of first-degree child cruelty. Handford was booked in the Seminole County Jail, Steinberg said. The county borders Alabama and Florida, and Donalsonville, the county seat, is about 225 miles southwest of downtown Atlanta. Anyone with information on the case is asked to contact Donalsonville police or the GBI at 229-225-4090.
  • Steelers linebacker Anthony Chickillo was arrested in Fayette County over the weekend. >> Read more trending news  The details surrounding the alleged incident are unclear at this point, but state police confirmed it stemmed from a 'domestic situation' with Chickillo's girlfriend over the weekend. Multiple sources have told Channel 11 the incident happened at Nemacolin Woodlands Resort in Farmington. We have reached out to Nemacolin regarding the incident but have not yet heard back. Chickillo is facing multiple charges, including simple assault, criminal mischief and harassment.  According to court documents, Chickillo was released from jail on a $10,000 bond. State police said Chickillo's girlfriend was cited for harassment as well. The Pittsburgh Steelers issued a statement regarding Chickillo, confirming they were aware of the 'incident' that led to his arrest: 'We are aware of an incident involving Anthony Chickillo last night and are still gathering information. Until we have further details, we will not provide any further comments.' Chickillo's status with Pittsburgh is uncertain moving forward, but he is still listed on the team's roster as of Sunday night.
  • A 500-pound bomb the United States dropped during a bombing raid over Italy during World War II didn’t explode -- until Sunday. >> Read more trending news  The bomb was found near a cathedral in Balzano, not far from a train station, the likely intended target, during construction of a shopping center, the ANSA news agency reported.  About 4,000 people were evacuated while experts spent more than three hours defusing the bomb before it was taken to a controlled site and detonated, online newspaper Neue Suedtiroler Tageszeitung reported. The Associated Press contributed to this report.
  • One Ohio car wash is offering customers a wash, wax and scare during October for Halloween. >> Read more trending news  The Rainforest Car Wash turns into a haunted house Friday and Saturday nights throughout October. 'We’re going to have people in various positions throughout the tunnel peeling soap away, scaring people,” a car wash employee told WEWS. “We’ll have various props and scenes set up.” Similar Halloween-themed haunted car washes have been set up in Alabama and Texas.  “Not only are you locked in your car in a haunted house, but you're going to go home with what we think is the cleanest car in Ohio,” the car wash employee said. 
  • Police continue to search for an Alabama toddler believed to have been abducted Saturday night from a birthday party in Birmingham's Avondale neighborhood. Officials reased surveillance video Friday they said shows a man believed to have abducted 3-year-old Kamille 'Cupcake' McKinney. >> Read more trending news  Birmingham police confirmed Wednesday that reports Kamille had been found were mistaken. Kamille was outside with other children at the Tom Brown Village apartment complex when an SUV carrying a man and a woman approached about 8:30 p.m. Saturday, AL.com and WVTM reported, citing police. Witnesses said the man got out and placed Kamille inside the SUV before leaving the scene. Here are the latest updates: Update 8:26 p.m. EDT Oct. 20: A grid search of a two-mile area Sunday did not produce any evidence that would lead investigators closer to the whereabouts of Kamille 'Cupcake' McKinney. Birmingham police, Birmingham Fire and Rescue, other agencies as well as numerous volunteers spent more than four hours searching, AL. com reported. Update 1:06 p.m. EDT Oct. 18: Police in Birmingham on Friday released surveillance video taken the night Kamille 'Cupcake' McKinney was abducted, AL.com reported. Police believe the video shows the 3-year-old girl seen with two different men at the time of her abduction, the website reported. In the video, two young children -- one believed to be Kamille -- are playing when one man walks by them without stopping, AL.com reported. A second man, who has a limp, walks up to the children moments later and the children leave with him, according to the video. Authorities said that although the video's timestamp is incorrect, it was indeed taken around the time of the abduction, AL.com reported. Police believe the first man is a witness and want to speak with him. The second man, according to Birmingham police Chief Patrick Smith, is a suspect, AL.com reported. Update 3:50 a.m. EDT Oct. 17: Officials are now offering a total of $25,000 in reward money in the search for Kamille 'Cupcake' McKinney. According to Birmingham police, Crime Stoppers of Alabama 'has offered [a] $20,000 cash reward for tips and information leading to the closure of this investigation,' the department tweeted Wednesday. The news came one day after Gov. Kay Ivey offered a $5,000 reward 'for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the perpetrator(s).' 'What we want is the safe return of Cupcake and her safe passage,' Birmingham police tweeted. 'Return Cupcake to a nearby fire station or police department. Do not place her in unnecessary harm.' Anyone with information about the case is urged to call Crime Stoppers at 205-254-7777, WBMA reported. Update 2:40 p.m. EDT Oct. 16: Police confirmed Wednesday that reports which surfaced earlier in the day claiming authorities had located Kamille 'Cupcake' McKinney alive and safe were erroneous. Authorities spent hours Wednesday searching an apartment complex in western Birmingham after receiving a tip that Kamille might be there, AL.com reported. During their search, Jefferson County Sheriff Matt Pettway told WIAT that Kamille had been found. Pettway later told the news station he had gotten misinformation from one of his deputies who was at the scene. 'The confusion came in when the crowd that had gathered, they saw another little young lady that was approximately the same size and they mistook her for (Kamille),' Birmingham police Sgt. Johnny Williams told reporters. 'She has not been found. We are still searching for her.' Williams said the search Wednesday turned up no sign of Kamille. 'We have not given up on her,' Williams said Wednesday. 'We don't want the public to give up. We don't want this misinformation to lead everybody in the wrong way in thinking that she's been found.' An Alabama Amber Alert was issued over the weekend after Kamille was reported missing. Police said Monday that they were expanding the alert to neighboring states. Update 4:42 a.m. EDT Oct. 16: Birmingham police have identified the two people of interest being questioned in connection with McKinney’s disappearance. According to WIAT, Patrick Devone Stallworth, 39, and Derick Irisha Brown, 29, both of Birmingham, are being held on 'unrelated charges.' Authorities arrested Stallworth on child pornography charges, the TV station reported. He was jailed on $500,000 bond. Brown, meanwhile, was arrested on a probation violation, officials said. She is not eligible for bond, WIAT reported. Birmingham police Chief Patrick Smith said interviews with Stallworth and Brown have not provided 'pertinent information' on McKinney's whereabouts, but 'evidence was obtained to allow detectives to obtain warrants on both subjects,' according to WIAT. Update 9:15 a.m. EDT Oct. 15: Family members have released new photos of Kamille 'Cupcake' McKinney as authorities continue to search for the missing toddler. Authorities said Monday that they were expanding an Alabama Amber Alert issued for Kamille over the weekend to include nearby states. 'Investigators are currently expanding the Amber Alert to surrounding states so that we ensure we have coverage and we're providing a great web for the entire area,' Birmingham police Chief Patrick Smith said Monday at a news conference.'We wanted to make sure we're covering all areas and all angles.' Update 12:45 p.m. EDT Oct. 14: Police said two persons of interest were being interviewed Monday in connection with the suspected kidnapping of Kamille 'Cupcake' McKinney. 'Unfortunately, investigators have not received any information on the whereabouts of Kamille at this time,' police Chief Patrick Smith said at a news conference. 'Our officers and detectives will continue to canvass the area where the vehicle was located, where the suspects were found and also the location of where she (went) missing.' Smith said that as of Monday, investigators had yet to find any connection between Kamille's parents and the persons of interest in custody. He said police believe other, unidentified people were also involved in her disappearance. 'We definitely remain hopeful that she's still alive and out there,' Smith said. Update 10:22 p.m. EDT Oct. 13: The suspected vehicle involved in the disappearance of Kamille 'Cupcake' McKinney has been located and a man was taken into custody for questioning, AL.com reported. Police are still searching for Kamille.  Update 9:29 p.m. EDT Oct. 13: Police released an updated description of the vehicle and images of the male suspect believed to be involved in the disappearance of Kamille 'Cupcake' McKinney.  The vehicle is a 2001 to 2006 blue or gray Toyota Sequoia.   Update 3:41 p.m. EDT Oct. 13:  Police issued an updated description and a photo of the vehicle involved in the disappearance of Kamille 'Cupcake' McKinney, 3, from a birthday party in Birmiingham, Alabama. According to WTVM, Birmingham police are looking for a blue-green Toyota Sequioa, with the year of the model between 2001 and 2006. The vehicle has either tan or brown trim, the television station reported. Police said a black man and a white woman were inside the vehicle, WIAT reported. Dominic McKinney on Sunday pleaded for the safe return of his daughter, AL.com reported. “I just want my daughter back. I’ll pay anything, I’ll put up anything,’’ Dominic McKinney said. “Everybody knows Cupcake and I’ll do anything to bring that baby back home.” Original report: In an Amber Alert issued late Saturday, authorities said Kamille, an African American girl with brown eyes and black hair, stands 3 feet tall and weighs about 60 pounds. She was wearing a pink and leopard print Minnie Mouse shirt with leopard print shorts, the alert said. Officials described the man's SUV, which may be an older Toyota 4 Runner, as dark-colored, possibly black or blue. The vehicle has 'rims and a tan protruding bumper,' according to the Amber Alert. Investigators are asking anyone who has information about Kamille's disappearance to call Birmingham police at 205-254-0841 or 911. Read more here or here.