New York City is celebrating Caribbean culture with the return of the West Indian Day Parade in Brooklyn. CBS2's John Dias spoke with some of the tens of thousands of people who were overjoyed it's back for the first time since the pandemic.
- Miami Herald
Sanibel Island was a perfect escape for many people from South Florida. A place to pick shells, see nature, have a good meal, kick back in the sand.
Highly sanctioned Russian oligarch with close ties to Putin indicted for sending flowers, arranging for child to be born in the U.S.
Billionaire aluminum tycoon Oleg Deripaska is also accused of financial subterfuge to obscure U.S. properties and sale of a California recording studio.
- Travel Noire
Seal In A Florida Street And Sharks Swimming Down Flooded Freeway? Here Is What Is Really Happening After Hurricane Ian
Be it a huge manatee or a seal in a Florida street, social media has been immersed with surreal sights.
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Woman confronts man after he allegedly took ‘creepy’ photos of beachgoers in bikinis: ‘Delete them all right now’
A video of the woman's confrontation has been making the rounds on Reddit.
- Idaho Statesman
The man was hiking on Mount Lemmon when he got lost, rescuers said.
- The Montgomery Advertiser
Now on day four of a prison labor strike that has garnered national attention, incarcerated people are living on two cold meals a day.
Theo Ferrara, a high school freshman, disappeared last Thursday afternoon, after he was seen walking away from his home in Freeport towards Brunswick
- Kansas City Star
The disappearance of the Diemel brothers, cattle ranchers from the Green Bay, Wisconsin area, was a mystery until human remains were found on a Missouri farm.
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Events like the one at a Katy, Texas, church have become a collision point for far-right and far-left activists.
- Portsmouth Herald
Robert "Bobby" Desmond disappeared from his home in Kennebunk, Maine, in the summer of 1964.
A Maine nurse who attended college in Alaska was sentenced to 75 years behind bars after being convicted of the rape and murder a 20-year-old woman inside his dorm almost three decades ago. A Fairbanks Superior Court judge handed down the sentence to Steven Downs, 48, on Monday. A jury found him guilty of Sophie Sergie’s murder after a five-week trial in February. Sergie’s body was found in a bathtub inside Bartlett Hall, a University of Alaska Fairbanks dormitory in April 1993, according to cou
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A teenager is being celebrated on TikTok for calling out her school's sexist policy during an assembly.
The destruction was likened to a large tornado having barreled through, with homes and buildings "completely gone.”
- The Metrowest Daily News
"I was afraid to answer the front door or get the mail. I was afraid to go for a walk," Natick resident Ina Steiner shared with the court.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg police have released body camera video of an officer-involved shooting at an east Charlotte apartment complex in December 2021.
- The Guardian
Mayor Libby Schaaf calls for gun restrictions after shooting at Rudsdale Newcome high school for recently immigrated students
Man Who Tried to Drain Pool During Hurricane Ian Is Among Deaths Confirmed as Toll Continues to Rise
A 72-year-old man who attempted to drain his pool in the middle of Hurricane Ian has died, along with a 38-year-old man who hydroplaned during the storm
- NY Daily News
Brooklyn man caught on video stalking ex before shooting her dead in Union Square after she left IHOP night shift: Manhattan DA
Surveillance video captured every step of a Brooklyn man who cold-bloodedly shot dead his ex after she left her job at a Union Square restaurant, prosecutors said Thursday. Clarkson Wilson, 44, of Brownsville, pleaded not guilty to an indictment on murder and weapons possession charges in the slaying of Imani Armstrong near the IHOP restaurant at an arraignment hearing in Manhattan Supreme ...
- Miami Herald
After his first aerial tour of the destruction of one of the fiercest storms to hit Florida in history, Gov. Ron DeSantis declared that the barrier island of Sanibel had been “hit with really biblical storm surge,” but made no mention of the one confirmed death, and provided few details about the damage he had seen from the monster storm.
- The Daily Beast
Las Vegas Metropolitan Police DepartmentWhen Southern Desert Correctional Center officers arrived at Porfirio Duarte-Herrera’s cell on Tuesday morning, they expected to see the 42-year-old prisoner for his scheduled morning count.Instead, according to authorities and local media reports, they found a dummy, possibly made out of cardboard, in his place—and learned they were days behind a convicted bomber on the lam.On Thursday morning, after five days on the run and a $30,000 reward, Las Vegas Me