The Smiths Arraigned In Texas Court, Mixed Reaction To Leaving Neverland

The Smiths Arraigned In Texas Court

(Baltimore, MD) — Police say the husband and stepdaughter charged in the murder of Jacquelyn Smith in east Baltimore were arraigned in Texas this morning. Keith Smith and his daughter Valeria Smith appeared in a Cameron County, Texas courtroom this morning after they were arrested yesterday near the Mexico border while trying to leave the country. Police say Jacquelyn Smith was reportedly killed while helping a panhandler in Baltimore in December, but was actually murdered in a staged attack by her husband and stepdaughter. A Texas district court judge said Baltimore Police have until March 15th to extradite the Smiths back to Maryland. The two are facing murder, conspiracy and assault charges.

Recovery Efforts Begin After Tornadoes Hit Alabama.

(Lee County, AL) — Alabama Governor Kay Ivey says the entire state is focused on the recovery of Lee County after a series of deadly tornadoes touched down yesterday Ivey said she spoke on the phone with President Trump this morning who said he would direct FEMA to give A-plus treatment in response to their disaster recovery request. Ivey thanked local First Responders and law enforcement. Nearly two dozen people are dead in eastern Alabama after a number of tornadoes touched down in Alabama and Georgia yesterday. The National Weather Service says a EF-4 tornado is responsible for the deaths and devastation in Lee County, Alabama.

Mixed Reaction To Leaving Neverland

(Los Angeles, CA) — Reaction is coming in to HBO’s Leaving Neverland. Social media lit up after part one of the four hour documentary aired last night. The film focuses on two men who claim Michael Jackson sexually abused them. Some people online said they believe the guys and other die hard Jackson fans said the King of Pop could never treat kids that way. The Jackson family denies the allegations and say the men featured in the documentary are simply looking for money.