Mysterious music in New Jersey is driving people nuts. Late at night, when most residents are fast asleep, a song fills the air and no one has a clue where it's coming from. Police have been inundated with 911 calls. Authorities say they believe it's coming from across the river in Delaware. The police chief, Allen Cummings, has spent months trying to track down the culprit or culprits responsible for keeping people up at night.
Snoring in young children may seem harmless and even cute, but one mother is out to warn other parents that it could be a sign your child isn't getting enough sleep. Samantha Ebner of Wisconsin says her toddler daughter Aubrey was constantly snoring loudly. She also had trouble focusing during the day and with potty training at night. Her pediatrician suggested having Aubrey's tonsils removed. InsideEdition.com's Mara Montalbano () has more.
A little lion cub was found in a Lamborghini in France. Authorities say it's a disturbing new trend to buy or rent cubs to take selfies with in a fancy car. Reha Hutin, president of the animal protection agency 30 Million Friends, says her organization was contacted by police when they found a man on the Champs-Elysees with a lion in his car. Officials say the cub would have likely died had police not intervened. InsideEdition.com's Keleigh Nealon () has more.
President Trump recently appointed Matthew Whitaker as acting attorney general. Now Whitaker’s link to a controversial company is under the spotlight. Whitaker served on the advisory board of World Patent Marketing. Authorities say the company bilked inventors out of millions of dollars. Whitaker was not named in a Federal Trade Commission complaint about World Patent Marketing. A Justice Department spokesman says Whitaker “was not aware of any fraudulent activity.”
Doctors say the conjoined twins who were successfully separated after a six-hour operation last week are "happy, clapping, laughing, smiling at us all and at times telling us to go away when they've had enough." The 15-month-old girls, Nima and Dawa, were joined at the lower chest and shared a liver. They traveled from South Asia to Australia where a team of medical professionals reviewed their case to operate. InsideEdition.com's Keleigh Nealon () has more.
This baby meerkat was so cute, one zoo visitor just couldn't resist. Jesse Ray Hooker, 23, was charged, along with two accomplices, with stealing the meerkitten. His lawyer, Chad Silver, said his client was in the process of bringing the meerkat back to the zoo when authorities intervened. Silver said Hooker fell in love with the 4-week-old meerkat and that's why he bent over a fence to scoop it up. InsideEdition.com's Keleigh Nealon () has more.
A police body camera captured officers in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, frantically trying to free a mother and toddler trapped inside a car that had just crashed. The vehicle tumbled over after police say it was struck by a hit-and-run driver. Officers Michael Ward and Thomas Kresa broke a hole in a window large enough to pull the 17-month-old child out. The officers have since been honored for their quick thinking. InsideEdition.com's Lisa Voyticki has more.
Kira Iaconetti literally sang her way through surgery in an effort to preserve her passion to sing. Doctors discovered a rare tumor in the 19-year-old's brain that was causing seizures when she listened to music or sang. She says "it's a cruel, sick joke" but doctors at Seattle Children's Hospital performed a specialized surgery that had her wake up and sing, allowing them to steer clear of areas in the brain she needs to produce music. InsideEdition.com's Lisa Voyticki has more.
Two grandmothers entered an Ohio court to face astonishing charges that they tried to cover up a family's role in a massacre. Fredericka Wagner, 76, and Rita Newcomb, 65, allegedly lied to a grand jury investigating the slaughter of eight people from a rival family, the Rhodens. The massacre is believed to be the result of a bitter custody battle over a little girl, Sophia Wagner, according to authorities. A total of six Wagner family members are facing charges in connection with the killings.
As fire raced through Southern California, one dance teacher gave a lesson in courage. Reesa Partida glided into her classroom, ready to teach, despite losing her home hours earlier. "It is just sad losing my things but also the whole mountain," she told Inside Edition. She stunned her students by showing up to teach despite it all. In fact, she has not missed one single day of class since the wildfires first broke out last week.