Three men, all already convicted felons, have been arrested on suspicion of looting in Placer County during the recent State of Emergency over the storm and power outages.
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The creature was found after a Crime Stoppers tip.
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This is the second time in less than a year that a Peoria-area Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen has had to close.
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The Coast Guard suspects it was a human smuggling venture.
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State Sen. Lauren Book often has told the story about how she was sexually abused by her nanny for six years when she was a child. “Truth be told, if it weren’t for my children, I would have ended my life,” she said.
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I want my kids to live in a world where people with guns and power are held to the same standards as the rest of society.
- Wichita Eagle
The decision was based on new evidence that came to light in the past year.
More than 44 years after a 27-year-old woman mysteriously vanished in California, authorities have positively identified her “partial skeletal remains.” The remains, including a skull, were discovered in 1986—nine years after she vanished—by a survey crew along an embankment of the Ortega Highway in Lake Elsinore, but at the time authorities were unable to positively identify the victim, who had been shot in the head, according to a statement from the Riverside County District Attorney’s Office.
ISIS fighters are using 700 boys as human shields as they battle their way out of a prison in Syria, NGOs say
A media outlet and several NGOs say they received voice messages from the boys, who pleaded for help and said their friends were being killed.
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Letters to the Editor: About 40 million Americans live in poverty. So packages get stolen from trains
Gov. Newsom complained that the images of railroad tracks targeted by package thieves looked like a "Third World county." He was onto something.
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A cell phone video shows Floyd L. Wallace Jr. of Omaha, Nebraska, walking in front of a Cape Coral Fire Station carrying a black, zippered case.
Merrill Lynch wealth adviser arrested, fired after calling teen smoothie shop worker an ‘immigrant loser’ and throwing a drink at her
‘Our company does not tolerate behavior of this kind,’ Merrill representative says of James Iannazzo, who worked as an adviser there for 26 years.
A new book claims that Nathuram Godse never quit the RSS, the ideological fountainhead of India's BJP.
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Mom realizes she's been making major mistake with middle child for years: 'I'm questioning everything'
The mother discovered her error on Facebook.
- The Hill
A Black corrections officer is suing Walmart after he says he was racially profiled at one of its stores in Georgia. David Conners, a Clayton County corrections officer, was stopped and handcuffed by a Fayetteville police officer while he was shopping for home decor. Employees believed Conners was someone with the last name Wright who had repeatedly stolen electronics from the store, according to ABC News. "He's just in the store, minding his...
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The former campground manager will serve more than a year behind bars for killing Lincoln, a dog belonging to a tenant she wanted to evict.
State Rep. Gerald Brady announced Friday he would be stepping down from his position as the representative of Delaware's fourth district effective February due to post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Brady, who served as a member of the Delaware Army National Guard during conflicts in the Middle East two decades ago, revealed he was diagnosed with PTSD and would be resigning from his position on Feb. 4, according to WDEL. “The grim reality of this condition for those of us who live with it is long periods of silent suffering, which can be punctuated by episodes or conduct that may make little sense to people who do not understand the nature of PTSD,” he said in the statement.
A Bataclan massacre survivor was horrified to find out that her surgeon was hawking an NFT of her X-rayed bullet wound
The surgeon tried to auction off a non-fungible token of an X-ray — which showed a large bullet lodged in his former patient's flesh — for $2,776.
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Bravo/YouTubeIt took six days of outrage, but Bravo has finally taken action in response to racist social media posts from Real Housewives of Salt Lake City cast member Jennie Nguyen.“Bravo has ceased filming with Jennie Nguyen and she will no longer be a cast member of The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City,” the network said in a post on its official Instagram account Tuesday afternoon. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Bravo (@bravotv) Over the span of six months in 2020, as Black L
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