After tornadoes slammed the area Thursday, three elderly Spalding County residents became trapped in their home. FOX 5 was there as they were rescued almost 24 hours later.
The conservative commentator was triggered by the smallest thing.
- National Review
More than 50 migrants camped outside the Watson Hotel in Manhattan in protest on Sunday night as the city sought to move the single male migrants to a new shelter.
- Modesto Bee
Bee readers speak their minds about racism in Modesto housing, floodplains and George Santos | Letters
- Daytona Beach News-Journal
Owner offers update on what will replace the longtime Chick-fil-A restaurant that recently got torn down near Daytona International Speedway.
- CBS News
Shot at least nine times, texts found on a University of Mississippi student's Apple Watch proved invaluable to investigators searching for her killer and provided insight about what may have led to her murder.
- NBC News
An infant who was recently returned to his mother from an alleged kidnapping died Saturday after he was rushed to the hospital.
- Los Angeles Times Opinion
In our past, Americans have readily given up certain freedoms for the sake of a safer society. It's time to do that on guns.
It is the question on the lips of every Jamaican -- and none more so than the country's most famous athlete, eight-time Olympic gold medal sprinter Usain Bolt.So much so that one of the country's top dance hall artists, Gage, quickly released a song "SSL," whose chorus repeatedly asks the above question in Jamaican patois.
- The Telegraph
The first victim of Isla Bryson, and the mother of one of his children, say it is "impossible" not to say the transgender rapist is a man and should not have been allowed in a women's prison.
- The Holland Sentinel
An Ionia County couple just wanted their granite countertops. In the end, they got them — and the contractor was arrested.
- Patriot Ledger
The 8-month-old boy who was seriously injured inside his Duxbury home Tuesday night has died of his injuries at a Boston hospital.
- CBS News
On Sept. 29, 1982, and over the next week, seven people were murdered in the Chicago area after unknowingly taking Tylenol pills that were spiked by a killer.
- Business Insider
A woman had to move out of her tiny home after 1 day because the city threatened to fine her $1,000 a day
Chasidy Decker is taking legal action against the city of Meridian, Idaho, over its ban on living in trailers and RVs in residential areas.
Disney World has often been branded with a phrase that was first applied to its sister resort Disneyland. When you visit one of the four Disney World theme parks, the company wants that image projected.
- Fox News
For nearly 18 years, Jinger Duggar Vuolo appeared on TLC’s hit reality shows "19 Kids and Counting" and "Counting On." She wrote a new book titled "Becoming Free Indeed."
- The Palm Beach Post
Palm Beach police cite 4 with 'littering' antisemitic material; fourth incident in county this month
All four of the men cited are from out of state, including a well-known California antisemitic agitator; another was cited with littering in Atlantis.
- Biloxi Sun Herald
The shocking, tragic death of Madison Brooks underscores the disparities women face in the state, from violence to maternal mortality to the pay wage gap, experts say.
- USA TODAY
Virginia Hayden was set to stand trial for murdering her husband when a surprise witness came forward.
- WSB Cox articles
‘It’s just unfair’: Family of girl who overdosed reacts to one of the largest-ever indictments in GA
“Operation Ghost Busted’ is one of the state’s largest-ever drug trafficking indictments.
- Associated Press
The Rolo González sisters walked out of Nicaragua's main airport and peered out onto a sea of young men. The Central American “coyotes” squinted back, trying to find the people they would smuggle to the United States.