Detroit St. Patrick's Day Parade
Detroit St. Patrick's Day Parade
When local police refused to remove alleged squatters from his mother's Northern California house, this handyman decided to try to outsmart the trespassers.
The Metropolitan Nashville Police Department put out a video showing a suspect, later identified as 32-year-old Khadree Renfro, attacking a 45-year-old in a laundry mat Wednesday in Nashville, Tennessee.
One of the oldest amusement parks in operation is facing threats that may keep it from opening on time.
An explosion at a chocolate factory in Pennsylvania on Friday killed two people and left five people missing, authorities said. One person was pulled from the rubble overnight. Rescue crews using dogs and imaging equipment continued to search through the rubble Saturday — hours after the blast that erupted just before 5 p.m. Friday at the R.M. Palmer Co. plant in the borough of West Reading, about 60 miles (96 kilometers) northwest of Philadelphia.
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The statue honors someone born in Vietnam in 1228.
A 133-acre property is currently for sale in Ligonier, Pennsylvania for $5.5 million.
Authorities have launched an investigation after several people who were sickened by ice cream that they consumed at a cafe in New Hampshire tested positive for THC.
ReutersRep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) says her office called 911 on a protester blowing a whistle during her Friday evening press conference after the heckler “assaulted everyone” with the noise. “As you can see, there’s paid protesters here today,” Greene said as the sound of chaos rang out in the background outside the D.C. jail where Jan. 6 defendants are behind bars. The noise seemed to come entirely from a single demonstrator. “And they can whistle and say everything they want but we wi
School board pressured by some residents to say more about 'Black Lives Matter' incident on school playground.
In November 2000, Atlanta police veteran Derwin Brown reached a new milestone in his distinguished two-plus decade career. In a tight runoff vote, he was elected sheriff of DeKalb County. “Everyone knew that Mr. Brown was all about being upright and honest,” former TV journalist Shaunya Chavis told “The Real Murders of Atlanta,” airing Fridays at 9/8c on Oxygen. Then, at 11 p.m. on December 15, just three days before he was to take office, Brown was ambushed and gunned down in his driveway. His
The King County Sheriff’s Office is conducting a “Gift Cards for Guns” event to prevent gun deaths and lessen gun violence. The KSCO said they also want to offer a safe option for returning unwanted guns and ammunition, with the ultimate goal of promoting public health and safety. “For people who no longer want guns, or the risks associated with having them, submitting them for destruction is a viable alternative to selling them,” said the KSCO.
A man now dubbed as Vancouver’s “serial racist” has been caught in yet another anti-Chinese rant, this time at a new dessert shop in the Canadian city. The man, identified by Richmond News as Peter Hanssens, appears to have a well-documented history of harassing Asian people, typically claiming to be a lawyer and demanding that they “go back to China” each time. In the video posted on TikTok, Hanssens can be seen arguing with one of the shop’s servers, challenging her nationality in front of another worker.
Officials with the Philadelphia Police and Fire Departments provide an update on an investigation stemming from a hazmat situation in a home in Holmesburg.
Milwaukee police say around 5 p.m. Wednesday, during a busy rush hour at James Lovell and Wisconsin Avenue, three teenage suspects tried to steal a man's electric bike.
The Washington homeowner was tipped off when he traced the smoke to a loft upstairs and found a makeshift bed, a running heater, and half-eaten food.
The defendant claimed he was driven to commit the assault after viewing videos of police violence against Black people.
Gwyneth Paltrow has described how a "large" male skier collided with her and made "strange grunting noises" as she took the stand in a trial over the 2016 incident.
As communities are rocked by brutal acts of gun violence day after day, we are constantly reminded that safe spaces for children no longer exist.
Officials said they found about 600 retail items at the employee’s home.