California man uses drones to help western Kentucky tornado victims reunite with pets
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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.
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.
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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.
- Miami Herald
A woman unhappy with how she was treated on her Southwest Airlines flight from Washington, D.C., to Palm Beach is now suing the airline over the experience.
Retired Kenosha Police Officer Jeffrey O’Connor, last seen Jan. 16, was found dead Saturday morning, Jan. 22, in the village of Pleasant Prairie.
- Times Recorder
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.
- Akron Beacon Journal
Teen girl vanished in 1906 after taking buggy ride with boyfriend. She thought she was eloping.
The FBI indicted 23 people accused of earning $1 million in more than a dozen pre-planned car accidents
The defendants are accused of planning the collisions and orchestrating them mostly on secluded roads. They face up to 55 years in prison.
- KRQE Albuquerque
After shopping at their local Costco, a mother-daughter duo walked out to load their groceries into their truck when they realized it was not where they parked it.
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- The Telegraph
It was in the spring of 1982 that 21-year-old Carl Stottor met the man who would destroy his life. Stottor had travelled to London from Blackpool a few months earlier, trying to forge a career as a drag artist. Like many young gay men of that era, he gravitated to the capital as a place of acceptance. Once there, he drank and partied amid the bright lights of Soho’s gay pubs and bars.
- LA Times
Four people were killed and a fifth was injured when multiple gunmen opened fire in what police say was an act of gang-related violence.
- Democrat and Chronicle
This deer poacher may be the king of all dummies.
In Sandy Springs, Georgia, Northside Hospital is known for its maternity facility. But on June 7, 2012, it was the scene of a violent death: A young man was shot in his car in the parking lot. The victim, who had four bullet wounds in his back, was pronounced dead in the emergency room. Police identified him using a fingerprint scanner as Melvin Vernell III, a 19-year-old rising rapper known as Lil’ Phat. “We knew the murder weapon used was a Glock 357 SIG,” JT Williams, a detective with Sandy S
- Miami Herald
“It had to be divine intervention.”
Police say they have identified persons of interest in the murders of a Utah couple, whose family believe they may have crossed paths with Gabby Petito and Brian Laundrie
Officials have officially ruled out a connection between the murders of Kylen Schulte and Crystal Turner and the Petito/Laundrie case.
A stowaway survived a flight from Africa to Amsterdam in the wheel section of a cargo plane, officials say
The cargo flight was traveling from Johannesburg, South Africa, and made a stop in Nairobi, Kenya, but it's unclear where and how the man got aboard.
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.
- USA TODAY
Polish police said a 29-year-old woman made the Nazi salute in front of the "Gate of Death." She said she did it as a "stupid joke."
- Atlanta Black Star
‘It Belongs Where Kyle Wants It’: Kyle Rittenhouse Says He Wants the Rifle Back He Used In Shootings, Promises the Court He Will ‘Properly Destroy It’
Kyle Rittenhouse, the young man who was acquitted after fatally shooting two protesters in Kenosha, Wisconsin in 2020, is now asking a court to give […]