Family identifies Safeway worker killed during robbery
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Woman from California shares the biggest culture shocks she faced after moving to Iowa: ‘It’s crazy different’
A Californian is going viral after sharing the biggest culture shocks she faced after moving to Iowa.
Arizona cops told drowning man 'I'm not jumping in after you' as he begged for help, body camera transcript shows
The man's wife argued with police as they stood by, telling them, "he's drowning right in front of you and you won't help," according to a transcript.
Houston police say a woman was chased through a gas station parking lot, knocked to the ground, punched and then robbed. The incident occurred around 2 a.m. May 23 in the parking lot of a gas station the 7600 block of Airline in Houston. Police need the public's help to identity the three female suspects. (Video: Houston Police Department)
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
“I’ve never heard of this fact pattern in my life or my career,” the man’s attorney said. “If it can happen to him, it can happen to anyone.”
A Nepali man was brutally attacked, robbed and left unconscious while grabbing food after work in Oakland, California. Sagar Tamang, 25, said he was attacked from behind while grabbing a hot dog from a street vendor at around 11 p.m. in front of the Fox Theater on Saturday.
- Idaho Statesman
He had last been seen playing with his dog Friday, June 3.
A Filipino health worker reportedly retaliated against a woman who spat on her while riding an N Broadway Express train in New York City on Saturday. Philippine Consul General in New York Elmer Cato shared information about the alleged incident in a tweet on Saturday that included the hashtag #StopAsianHate. “A woman picked on the wrong Asian on the N train this morning,” Cato wrote.
The "Last Week Tonight" host showed how cops in schools are criminalizing normal childhood behaviors, not protecting children from mass shooters.
- KABC – Los Angeles
The pursuit began in West Covina where the driver was reportedly involved in a carjacking incident, according to investigators.
- CBS News
CBS News looks at the major hoops private citizens in Japan must jump through to own a gun, and the surprising origins of the country's firearms restrictions.
- Palm Beach Daily News
A locked room and a spilled secret: A Jupiter couple's arrests show how adoption systems can fail families and the issues that reactive attachment disorder can pose.
- Charlotte Observer
The manager says so many residents are behind on rent, the extended stay motel can’t pay its bills and close to 200 people are being forced out.
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A formerly incarcerated person revealed why she always kept a Bible in prison.
A man booted out of a Chinese restaurant in Flushing, Queens, for not wearing pants retaliated by smashing glass windows and doors at the establishment on Saturday. The incident at 4 Choices & A Soup on Roosevelt Avenue reportedly began at around 4:40 p.m. when the man showed up with a hammer after entering the restaurant with no pants earlier in the day and returning several times after. Restaurant staff described the man as a regular customer who had mental health issues.
- The Courier & Press
James Stinson, the Evansville car wash manager who found Alabama fugitives' truck, has heard nothing from authorities about reward money.
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Street racers performing stunts and a large crowd of spectators took over a busy Buckhead intersection Sunday night. Things turned dangerous when one car nearly caught on fire.
- Cincinnati.com | The Enquirer
The child left the Children's Home of Northern Kentucky and eluded staffers who ran into the woods of Devou Park after him, officials say.
The area around Shusha was once called the "Switzerland of Azerbaijan" for its wooded hills and mild climate - a nickname that belies a history of periodic violence between ethnic Azerbaijanis and Armenians stretching back more than a century. A year and a half ago, Azerbaijani forces retook the town from the ethnic Armenians who had seized it in 1992 for the Armenian-backed breakaway enclave of Nagorno-Karabakh, driving out the 15,000 Azerbaijanis who lived there.
"I will never give up on you, and neither will anyone who stands with you," said Amber Heard's younger sister Whitney Henriquez
- Miami Herald
The giant blaze caused $75,000 worth of damages.