Lowndes County, Alabama, is facing a wastewater crisis as there's no municipal sewage system and many households don't have adequate septic systems. Adam Yamaguchi takes a look.
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Twitter/WSM4Nine police officers in Tennessee opened fire at a 37-year-old man on Thursday afternoon after a confrontation on an interstate highway in Nashville. The suspect, who police said had been sitting on a guardrail on the busy roadway, died.In a video filmed by a bystander and posted to Twitter by news outlet WSMV, the man can be seen standing still in the right lane of the highway as almost a dozen Tennessee Highway Patrolmen and Nashville Police look on, guns drawn. The entire highway
"This changes everything, this changes everything!" Noah, host of "The Daily Show," mockingly responded to the podcaster's comments on race.
The four Indian nationals were trying to cross the Canada-US border on foot.
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Chesapeake PoliceA Virginia cop and his wife are both facing criminal charges after she secretly recorded him to prove he was having an affair—and accidentally captured what might be key information in a felony trial.Sharon Maddox, 41, admitted in a bond hearing Wednesday to bugging her husband, Chesapeake Police officer Sean Maddox, after she became concerned he was cheating on her last April. She told local news outlet 10 On Your Side that she surreptitiously placed a recording device in his s
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“Everything is bigger in Texas, except your house,” a billboard posted in Austin, Texas, read.
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After a report of a police impersonator in San Angelo, the department offered advice on what to do when stopped by unmarked car.
This Androgynous Person Was Turned Away From A Lounge For Wearing A Skirt, And They're Ready For Discrimination To End
"We are not denying him service. What we're saying is, he must dress his gender."View Entire Post ›
Heavily pregnant Fatime Eliane journeyed for three days by foot and dugout canoe last month to flee violence in northern Cameroon between herders, farmers and fishermen. Upon arriving in neighbouring Chad, an equally daunting test awaited her. "Even when I was pregnant in Cameroon, I didn't know I was carrying triplets but physically I was in pain," she said as she breastfed one of the newborns, swaddled in a pink blanket, inside her tent at a refugee camp outside of N'Djamena.
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The man followed the woman to her home, and her brother was also a victim in the gunfire, cops say.
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Killing of La Scala manager leaves Baltimore’s Little Italy grieving and on edge as rising violence delivers ‘gut punch, gut punch, gut punch’
Italian by blood and gregarious by nature, June Amundson says “I felt like I came home when I moved” to Little Italy. The 50-year-old embraced the social aspects of the close-knit East Baltimore community, spending nights and holidays with her neighbors. Increasingly, though, her fondness for the more than century-old neighborhood has turned to concern for her safety. She worries about walking ...
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Actor Michael Rapaport posted video that he says shows a shoplifter walking out of a New York City Rite Aid.
Albuquerque police have made a second arrest in a year-old murder that involved a group of armed robbers who used Snapchat to lure at least two victims. Anna Dukes, 18, was arrested by Albuquerque police on Monday for the murder of Elias Otero, 24, on Feb. 11, 2021 as well as the armed robbery and kidnapping of the deceased man's brother Nicholas Otero, 20, the Albuquerque police announced. A warrant for Dukes' arrest and that of the alleged shooter, her boyfriend Adrian Avila, 17, was issued by
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Jennie Nguyen reiterated that she was apologetic about resurfaced racist social media messages posted to her since-deleted Facebook account but says she hasn’t changed her “political stance” after being fired from The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City. During an Instagram Live hosted Wednesday, Nguyen reiterated statements from a previous Instagram apology, saying that she […]
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Almost 30 years after providing testimony that brought the powerful Gambino crime family to its knees, notorious gangster Sammy "The Bull" Gravano said he still has his regrets. Despite a dramatic betrayal that turned Gravano against "the family" and brought down powerful Gambino boss John Gotti for good, no regret loomed as large as the ones about his real family, said Gravano. "Being a gangster, actually in my life, was a curse," Gravano said, "and it did affect my family."
Saudi Arabia and Thailand restored diplomatic ties 33 years after 4 Saudis were killed trying to recover $20 million in royal diamonds stolen by a Thai cleaner
Three Saudi diplomats and one businessman sent to Bangkok in 1989 to recover the diamonds were killed, and the perpetrators were never found.
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Community leaders held a press conference advocating for residents struggling to meet the demands of their new landlord.
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A middle-age Southern California man is accused of lying in wait outside local schools for children wearing masks—and then following them around so he can cough at them, spit on them, and taunt them for being “stupid” enough to don the face coverings.The man, captured on video wearing a “Your mask makes you look stupid” T-shirt, has allegedly been continuing his anti-mask harassment campaign for a month in suburban La Crescenta, with a string of alleged incidents under his bel
- Florida Today
Since Rep. Randy Fine is not a lawyer he can be forgiven for misunderstanding criminal law. Let me help his, and the public's, understanding.
The Los Angeles Sheriff's Department are in pursuit of a white car. Deputies suspect the driver of reckless DUI.
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In Comachuen, a Purepecha Indigenous community of about 10,000 inhabitants nestled high in the pine-clad mountains of the western state of Michoacan, the whole town survives because of the money sent home by migrants working in the United States. The money has allowed their families to remain in Comachuen rather than moving to other parts of Mexico for work. The traditional textiles, woodworking and construction live on, largely because such enterprises are funded by migrants who send money home to build houses here.