Friday is Hunger Action Day - a day to raise awareness to end hunger.
After nearly two years of working to get all the necessary permits, the food pantry officially opened in January of 2022. Since then, hundreds of families have been helped.
- KTRK – Houston
Houston's program comes as the White House is focused on a plan to end hunger and diet-related illnesses by 2030.
- 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Two years after being doxxed by Trump supporters and having her job offer rescinded, this 24-year-old says she's 'completely averse' to be a 'a public figure on the internet again'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.
“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.
Harvard grad who lost job offer due to TikTok video critical of 'All Lives Matter' glad to be off social media
Claira Janover, a 24-year-old Harvard graduate who previously lost her job offer and was doxxed by Trump supporters due to a TikTok video, said she has moved on with a life away from social media. Following the police killing of George Floyd and nationwide protests, Janover made a satirical video to address individuals who proclaimed “All Lives Matter,” a term created in response to the “Black Lives Matter” movement.
- LA Times
KTLA rebuffed a request by a Southern California Latino journalists group to meet with station executives to discuss diversity.
A Colorado man has been convicted in the murder of a 21-year-old woman and the attempted murder of her then-27- year-old boyfriend, who were both shot more than two years ago while trying to encourage their dog to poop. Michael Close was found guilty of one count of first degree murder – after deliberation and one count of first degree murder – extreme indifference in the 2020 slaying of Isabella “Bella” Joy Thallas, the Denver County District Attorney announced Thursday, as well as of two count
- Savannah Morning News
Savannah City Council members Kesha Gibson-Carter and Kurtis Purtee traded vulgar insults following Sept. 8 council meeting.
- Entertainment Weekly
"Daddy Issues" tackles cheese puns, cryptocurrency, and the interpersonal relationships of school dads.
- Associated Press
A 42-year-old convicted bombmaker serving life in prison for a deadly 2007 explosion outside a Las Vegas Strip resort has escaped from a Nevada state prison, officials said Tuesday. Officials realized Porfirio Duarte-Herrera was missing during a morning head count at Southern Desert Correctional Center near Las Vegas, and a state Department of Corrections statement said search teams were looking for him. Records show his co-defendant, Omar Rueda-Denvers, remained in custody Tuesday.
- Miami Herald
The incident reportedly caused thousands of dollars’ worth of damage.
- Shadow and Act
'Welcome To Sweetie Pie's': Final Location Closed Amid Miss Robbie's Son Being Found Guilty In Murder-For-Hire Plot On Nephew
The world-famous soul food restaurant Sweetie Pie’s in St. Louis, Missouri, featured on OWN, closed its doors for good after Tim Norman was found guilty of orchestrating his nephew’s murder.
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
The 22-year-old went missing “due to foul play,” investigators said.
Brett Favre got millions in welfare cash for volleyball project, went back to get more for football, records show
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — After Mississippi spent millions of dollars in welfare money on Brett Favre’s pet project, a university […] The post Brett Favre got millions in welfare cash for volleyball project, went back to get more for football, records show appeared first on TheGrio.
- 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.
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- National Review
Hawley questioned why the pro-choice extremists responsible for the wave of vandalism at pregnancy centers have not been arrested.