Community members with a vested interest in finding solutions and resources for the young people who conduct squeegee work on Baltimore's street corners will convene at a church in West Baltimore this evening, according to city officials.
- The Advocate
Schneider, the top female and top trans contestant on the show, has married Genevieve Davis.
- Cape Cod Times
A tour bus bringing senior citizens from Memphis, Tennessee, to Cape Cod was tailed by an Army National Guard officer, police said.
Two years after being doxxed by Trump supporters and having her job offer rescinded, this 24-year-old says she's 'completely averse' to be a 'a public figure on the internet again'
Claira Janover said she was doxxed after a TikTok of her making an analogy to argue against the "All Lives Matter" argument was taken out of context.
- Business Insider
A man who helped get migrants on DeSantis' flights to Martha's Vineyard says he feels betrayed: 'I never, ever knew that it was a governor' behind the stunt
"My only will has always been to help people," a man who said he helped recruit migrants to get on flights bound for Martha's Vineyard told CNN.
“Vigilantism was not on my bucket list for life," Ethan Webb said.
- Miami Herald
Video shows the suspect fumbled to explain his shotgun.
This father uprooted his life in South Carolina and raised $300,000 to move to Arizona to find out what happened to his missing son: 'I do have faith'
David Robinson, the father of a geologist who was last seen in June 2021, said he has had little help from local police, so he stepped up.
A video of late chef Anthony Bourdain from 2017 recently went viral on Twitter and sparked a heated debate about how Singapore treats its domestic workers. “What are maids?” Bourdain asks as he sits down with locals in Singapore for his food and travel show, “Parts Unknown.” “Actually, if you look at Singapore, a lot of women are in the workforce,” the woman tells the chef, referring to maids as “helpers.”
- LA Times
KTLA rebuffed a request by a Southern California Latino journalists group to meet with station executives to discuss diversity.
- Savannah Morning News
Savannah City Council members Kesha Gibson-Carter and Kurtis Purtee traded vulgar insults following Sept. 8 council meeting.
Former cop Michael Fanone told CNN's Don Lemon the courtroom confrontation has "become my new reality. It's every single day of my life."
- Women's Health
Police Officer John Balcerzak arrested Jeffrey Dahmer for his 17 murders, but he ignored Glenda Cleveland’s warnings along the way. Here’s where the cop is now.
The Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office announced the man, whose identity is still unknown, was charged in a "John Doe" complaint with one count each of murder, assault with intent to commit rape during a residential burglary, first-degree residential burglary and sexual contact with deceased remains.
New Malden had a lively North Korean community, but times are changing.
- Associated Press
Authorities were searching Tuesday for a 42-year-old convicted bombmaker who escaped from a Nevada prison where he was serving a life sentence for a deadly 2007 explosion outside a Las Vegas Strip resort. Gov. Steve Sisolak ordered an investigation into the incident after he said late Tuesday his office learned the escapee had been missing from the medium-security prison since early in the weekend. “This is unacceptable,” Sisolak said in a statement.
The identity of a woman found without her head and hands in a grisly murder has finally been solved. More than 42 years ago, troopers with the New York State Police responded to a travel trunk found near a dumpster at the Hudson View apartment complex in Fishkill, New York — about 70 miles north of Manhattan. Little could be ascertained about the body of the woman inside, who became known as “Dutchess County Jane Doe,” because her head and hands were never found. Earlier this year, Othram Inc.,
- Associated Press
Oklahoma's Pardon and Parole Board voted 4-1 Tuesday to deny clemency for a man sentenced to die for killing his 9-month-old daughter in 2002, moving him a step closer to his scheduled lethal injection next month. Attorneys for Benjamin Cole, 57, did not dispute that Cole killed Brianna Cole by forcibly bending the infant backward, breaking her spine and tearing her aorta, but argued that he is both severely mentally ill and that he has a growing lesion on his brain that has continued to worsen while he has been in prison.
North Carolina officials have released the 911 call made by a witness who found the bodies of two North Carolina teenagers reported missing more than a week ago. Lyric Woods, 14, and Devin Clark, 18, were reported missing after the night of Friday, Sept. 16 when their parents discovered they had not returned home. On Sunday afternoon, a man called 911 to report that he'd discovered two bodies in a rural area where there was a power line easement. The two bodies were identified as Woods and Clark
- Associated Press
Homeless people and their advocates sued the city of San Francisco on Tuesday, demanding that it stop harassing and destroying the belongings of people living on the streets with nowhere to go, and with the goal of forcing the city to spend billions of dollars on affordable homes that will keep residents housed. The Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights of the San Francisco Bay Area and others filed the lawsuit in federal court on behalf of the Coalition on Homelessness and seven individuals who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Defendants include the city, several city departments and Mayor London Breed.
Brett Favre got millions in welfare cash for volleyball project, went back to get more for football, records show
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