KETV Investigates: How do you buy a rifle in Nebraska?
How do you buy a rifle in Nebraska?
How do you buy a rifle in Nebraska?
A retired NYPD sergeant told Insider that Nashville's "timely" release of information about the deadly mass shooting has been "textbook."
Nashville Police Department via ReutersNashville school shooter Audrey Elizabeth Hale was being treated for an unspecified emotional disorder before Monday’s massacre at a private Christian school—a medical condition Hale’s parents thought should’ve disqualified Hale from owning weapons at all, police revealed Tuesday.Despite the disorder, cops said Hale, 28, was able to legally build up an arsenal of seven guns that were kept hidden at home—three of which were used to mow down six people at The
The late night host had the receipts on the ex-president's Texas rally.
Former FBI agent Nicole Parker pointed out a pattern in school shootings following the attack in Tennessee.
When violent crime threatened his Tacoma neighborhood, Bill Foulk enlisted the help of his fellow Army Rangers. The gangs weren't prepared for what came next.
The Nashville school shooter messaged a friend minutes before the massacre saying “one day this will make more sense” because they had “left more than enough evidence behind”.
Afghanistan's rulers the Taliban claim to have rehabilitated hundreds of vehicles the US said it destroyed in its chaotic withdrawal in 2021.
Photo Illustration The Daily Beast/Nashville Metropolitan Police/LinkedInThe suspect accused of storming a private Christian school in Nashville on Monday morning, killing three kids and three adults, has been identified as a “quiet” 28-year-old former art student who once attended the church-based school.The Nashville Metro Police Department identified the suspect as Audrey Elizabeth Hale, who was shot dead by cops just 14 minutes after The Covenant School first called police to report an activ
All eyes were on Bronny James during Tuesday night's McDonald's All American Game. That's to be expected when you're the eldest son of LeBron James.
It seems not all of the Trumps like to go out and rub elbows. Even since Donald Trump was elected president, sources and close pals claim that Melania Trump reportedly likes to stick with her family, rather than go out to party in elite social circles. Specifically, she likes to keep close to her son […]
A California mom and her 7-year-old son were both found dead following a search that began after the woman's 3-year-old child reported them missing.
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Back in January 2015, 'Full House' cast member John Stamos revealed wanting to get Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen fired from the ABC show because of their behavior.
Vladimir Putin has announced that Russian tactical nuclear weapons will be stationed in Belarus. This new sabre-rattling was clearly intended to intimidate the West, and the free states of eastern Europe in particular; once deployed, these weapons systems would threaten a swathe of the continent from the Baltic States in the north, to Romania and Moldova in the south east. But there is also another motivation behind the decision. As even his old allies lose faith in the Kremlin’s power, Putin is
"We’re doing something majorly, majorly wrong," the host of "The Story" said to her colleague following the mass shooting at a Nashville school.
Authorities say the former Covenant student entered through a side door and killed six people before being shot dead by responding police officers.
“We weep deeply for the unimaginable sorrow that our friends at Covenant Presbyterian Church and School are suffering and will continue to suffer,” said a pastor at Covenant’s sister church in Texas.
Terry Sanderson testified that he's now "a self-imposed recluse" as a result of the traumatic brain injury he said he suffered from the collision with the Goop founder and actor.View Entire Post ›
The son of a Yemeni billionaire has admitted involvement in the death of a Norwegian student found raped and strangled in Mayfair, but will not return to the UK to face justice.
Tennessee Rep. Tim Burchett (R) said there’s no way to “fix” gun violence, after a shooter killed three children and three adults at an elementary school in his home state on Monday. “It’s a horrible, horrible situation,” Burchett told reporters. “And we’re not gonna fix it. Criminals are gonna be criminals.” “My daddy fought in…