Toronto Mayor Rob Ford denied Friday that he smokes crack cocaine and said he is not an addict after a video purported to show him using the drug. Ford did not say whether he has ever used crack.More >>
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford denied that he smokes crack cocaine and said he is not an addict, breaking a week of silence over reports of a video purportedly showing him using the drug. Critics were not appeased, with one city...More >>
Dan Sligh and his wife were in their pickup truck on Interstate 5 heading to a camping trip when a bridge before them disappeared in a "big puff of dust."More >>
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Four months after their loved ones were killed in a brutal crime, the families of the victims are seeking justice. Three Montgomery residents were found dead inside a car along Interstate 85 near AtlantaMore >>
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MONROE, OH (FOX19) -- The iconic King of Kings statue may now be just a frame after the fire but its reignited interest into just what happened to the giant Jesus across the tri-state and across the world.
"I think it's a sign that we should recognize and allow to work on our hearts, " said J.T. Williams, a spectator.
People from near and far continue to come up with their own personal theories on why the lightening mysteriously struck a sculpture of Jesus.
"This structure of all structures getting hit, man need to wake up, really need to wake up and do some things differently, " said Darryl Johnson, who came to see the destruction.
Others are finding a biblical meaning behind the blaze.
"I believe in God and I also believe in the Ten Commandments, particularly the one that says thou shalt make no graven images, so I really have to question their decision to rebuild this," said Brad Boehringer, a spectator.
And for some it's simply an eerie sight to see up close.
"It's creepy, it's a little scary, it kind of gets within you," said Joan Burnett.
Meanwhile the story has gone viral -- already thousands of comments on the Facebook page for "Touchdown Jesus" and one of the top videos on YouTube, it seems everyone wants to say they were there to see it in person.
"I just though I'd come down and see it for myself," Boehringer said.
The church held it's first service since the fire Wednesday night at 7:00 pm.