The 21st Annual Thanksgiving Day Trot For Hunger was held Thursday at Freedom Plaza in D.C. FOX 5's Katie Barlow, spoke with the race's director about the special event raising funds for much-needed food, housing, access to healthcare, employment training, and long-term comprehensive substance use disorder treatment programs for D.C. residents.
Twitter users, meanwhile, cracked ketchup jokes about the conviction of the former president's company for tax fraud.
"His feet were extremely swollen and infected just from walking so much, and possibly the cold where he was," Allison Scott said of a man she and her boyfriend rescued
- The Hill
Police are warning the public as a spike in violent "bank jugging" robberies is on the rise across Southern California, especially during the holidays.
- Southern Living
“I don’t know how long it took for the people to be able to actually get access to the kids because he was protecting them.”
- Raleigh News and Observer
Authorities are not saying if the incidents could be related.
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Edgar Valdez-Villareal, a notorious drug cartel leader, has gone missing from the Bureau of Prisons system. He is mysteriously listed as having been "released" in November.
- The Post-Crescent
Following the news of the deer being shot, patrons of Heckrodt Wetland Reserve flooded Facebook with photos and anecdotes of the deer at the reserve in Menasha.
Memphis Police are asking for the public’s help after three teen sisters went missing.
Friends of Aamir Ali, 22, told investigators he went on a walk alone during a camping trip at Potters Creek Park on the shores of Canyon Lake in Texas before he disappeared
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Over two months post-Hurricane Ian, the Greater Pine Island Civic Association held a recovery meeting Tuesday to address resident's critical needs.
The scientific theory of why some Americans didn't want Brittney Griner to come home from a Russian prison
Plenty of Americans didn't support the US government's efforts to bring Brittney Griner home. An expert in hostage taking and recovery explains why.
The billionaire has been spending a lot of time in the city that is home to Twitter's headquarters.
- Lexington Herald-Leader
The woman repeatedly told him “no,” but “he would just continue,” police said.
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Tennessee police officers intervened in a robbery attempt at a mall Saturday evening, possibly preventing a crime spree from spreading to other areas.
- The Daily Beast
National Center for Missing & Exploited ChildrenIt took more than six decades, but cops in Philadelphia have finally identified the infamous “Boy in the Box”—the city’s longest unsolved homicide victim.The boy was identified as 4-year-old Joseph Augustus Zarelli, police said in a Thursday press conference.Zarelli’s body was found in a cardboard box on the side of a Philadelphia road on Feb. 25, 1957. Detectives probed for decades to identify the boy and his killer to no avail, but were able to p
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An arrest has been made in the attack of a man with a bat on a New York City street in broad daylight, police said.
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The four slain University of Idaho students' personal belongings were packed up and removed from the crime scene Wednesday to be returned to their families, police said.
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Inmates at violent West Virginia prison were tipped off to Whitey Bulger's arrival; hours later, he was dead.
Inmates at a violent West Virginia prison knew ahead of time that infamous gangster James "Whitey" Bulger would be transferred there hours before he was murdered.
- The Wrap
‘The View': Whoopi Mocks Possible $1.6 Million Fines of Trump Organization After Tax Fraud Conviction: ‘I Could Pay That!’
Whoopi joked she might even be able to afford the civil suit against Trump
Elementary School Principal Plunges To His Death At Disneyland After Being Charged With Battery, Child Endangerment
A Southern California elementary school principle who plunged to his death Saturday night at a Disneyland parking garage was facing misdemeanor child endangerment and battery charges. Christopher Christensen, 51, was scheduled to appear in court on Monday. He had pleaded not guilty to both charges, according to Los Angeles news outlet KABC. Anaheim Police discovered his body after someone reported a man had fallen from the Mickey & Friends parking structure at Disneyland. Police suspect it was a