The driver of a Colorado Springs Fire Department vehicle that fatally struck a homeless woman last month was charged Thursday with a misdemeanor traffic offense.
"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
Twitter users, meanwhile, cracked ketchup jokes about the conviction of the former president's company for tax fraud.
- 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.
16-year-old Grayson Chrisley told his sister, Savannah Chrisley he doesn't "think [Chrisley Knows Best is] interesting"
- Raleigh News and Observer
Authorities are not saying if the incidents could be related.
- Idaho Statesman
Police said they believe the occupant or occupants have critical information to share about the University of Idaho homicides.
- Lexington Herald-Leader
The woman repeatedly told him “no,” but “he would just continue,” police said.
- Fox News
Tennessee police officers intervened in a robbery attempt at a mall Saturday evening, possibly preventing a crime spree from spreading to other areas.
- The Oklahoman
A small plane crashed near a Yukon airport Monday. The Oklahoma City Fire Department reported at least 3 people were dead as a result of the crash.
The billionaire has been spending a lot of time in the city that is home to Twitter's headquarters.
Samuel Bateman demanded that a man hand over his youngest daughter to be his child bride and then complained when the girl wet the bed, the FBI says.
- Fox News
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.
- 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
- Fox News
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.
Prison inmates placed bets on how long Whitey Bulger would survive after being transferred, a watchdog report found. The notorious gangster was beaten to death in less than 24 hours.
A Justice Department report found that prison staff who worked at Hazelton spoke publicly about Bulger's upcoming arrival in front of inmates.
- NBC News
The unidentified victim of one of America's oldest unsolved murders is expected to be named Thursday in Philadelphia, raising hopes that the boy's shocking 1957
- Detroit Free Press
Judge Regina Thomas revoked his bond in case involving an incident in 2020.
- Charlotte Observer
“We’ve been canceled! Again,” the group said in a news release about the situation.
- WSB Cox articles
A Red Roof Inn worker is accused of raping a hotel guest asking for help, according to the Coweta County Sheriff's Office.
- Good Morning America
Moscow, Idaho, police are looking for more information on the movements of University of Idaho students Xana Kernodle and Ethan Chapin, who were at the Sigma Chi fraternity house in the hours before they were killed along with two other Idaho students last month. Police said the couple, both 20 years old, was believed to be at Chapin's frat house from 9 p.m. on Nov. 12 to 1:45 a.m. on Nov. 13. Chapin and Kernodle's timeline "seems to be one of the larger areas that we don't have a lot of information in," Idaho State Police spokesman Aaron Snell told ABC News.