For the first time, we're hearing from Rob Telles, the Clark County elected official arrested last week for murdering a local journalist.
- Business Insider
Michael Fanone, a former DC police officer who was attacked at the Capitol riot, said he's 'broke' and that speaking out about January 6 'destroyed my career'
Michael Fanone told Rolling Stone he knew shortly after testifying about being assaulted on January 6 that his law enforcement career was over.
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‘Monster’: Jeffrey Dahmer survivor never recovered after harrowing escape from killer, defense attorney says
Defense attorney Paul Ksicinski's former client, Tracy Edwards, escaped from Jeffrey Dahmer's Milwaukee, Wisconsin apartment on the night of July 22, 1991.
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Eliza Fletcher's body was found three days after she was abducted during her morning run. The man accused of killing her has also been charged with a violent crime that was reported a year ago.
A 15-year-old who was potentially kidnapped by her father leapt out of his truck after a dramatic police pursuit. She was shot and killed.
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A woman is suing Hertz after being accused of stealing a rental car she'd paid for and getting arrested 4 times over the incident, lawsuit says
Dozens of customers are taking legal action against Hertz over wrongful arrests after their rental cars were reported to police as being stolen.
Officers say a gun was pointed at the head of one of those students.
Backstreet Boys singer AJ McLean says it was his 9-year-old daughter's 'personal choice' to change her name to Elliott: 'It is her body, it's her name'
"It is a personal choice," McLean told People. "It is her body, it's her name, it's her everything. And she's still Ava. She'll always be Ava to me."
- Business Insider
From inside the US's most secure prison, 'El Chapo' is pointing fingers at what he says are the real powers in the drug trade
Through his attorney, "El Chapo" Guzmán said that for the drug war to stop, authorities have to go after "politicians on both sides of the border."
- Associated Press
Thousands of people in hundreds of cars took over northern Nevada parking lots and intersections Friday night and into Saturday, performing stunts in souped-up vehicles and leading to crashes and arrests, police said. Police beefed up nighttime staffing after social media posts urged people from San Francisco and Portland, Oregon, to come to the “sideshow” in Reno, Police Lt. Michael Browett said. The disturbances started late Friday as several hundred cars and their occupants met in the parking lot of a still-open Walmart store.
- Patriot Ledger
Reynold Buono, who has been free on bail while awaiting trial, changed his plea to guilty when faced with two counts of rape of a child with force.
Thousands of Alabama inmates are participating in a labor strike to draw attention to the cruel conditions behind bars in the state.
A man was arrested for showing up at a house unannounced, among other assault charges.
A brazen attack in broad daylight was caught on camera. A man threw a fire extinguisher at a woman's head in West LA before driving off on a scooter. Police are searching for the man.
- The State
A unanimous S.C. Supreme Court decision this week said that just because someone is looking around doesn’t give police probable cause to search their car.
Police 'mocked' a handcuffed Black man with asthma when he said he had chest pains. He had a heart attack and died.
A London police officer said Ian McDonald-Taylor was talking "nonsense" when he said, "I'm going to die," but he was suffering a cardiac arrest.
- WABC – NY
Police say a man followed the victim into her building, cornered her in the vestibule, and forcibly groped her.
Oath Keepers' founder will put Donald Trump at the center of his defense as he faces seditious conspiracy charges stemming from the Capitol riot
In his trial, starting October 3, Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes will argue he was waiting for an order from Donald Trump, which never came.
The incident happened not far from Marist College and on Family Weekend. Police say 2 people have been arrested. CBS2's Jessica Moore reports.
- KCRA - Sacramento Videos
One person has been arrested in connection with destroying multiple Northern California businesses' large glass windows and causing over $500,000 in damages, authorities said. Philip Archuleta, 30, 0f Roseville was arrested for unrelated crimes, including possession of a stolen assault weapon and child endangerment but police say the investigation is ongoing, the Citrus Heights Police Department said in a release.
- WCVB - Boston
State police say a wrong way driver will face charges after crashing into a truck on the Mass. Pike in Newton early Saturday morning.