A Long Island community is on edge after a deadly shooting outside a McDonald's. As CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports, some people are asking for police help from the county and state.
Kristine Lazar reports from Van Nuys, where one woman is at wit's end with a homeless man who has continued to take up her front porch despite multiple calls to police.
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A man charged in the assault of a flight attendant on an American Airlines plane had to be restrained by fellow passengers and cuffed to a seat
Alexander Tung Cuu Le was arrested and later charged following the incident on a flight from Mexico to Los Angeles on Wednesday.
There is a large police presence at Kennywood in West Mifflin.
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The 19-year-old and 17-year-old were attacked by a “group of 6-10 males,” according to officials.
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A jury convicted a QAnon believer who chased down Capitol Police Officer Eugene Goodman on Jan. 6, 2021, finding the defendant guilty on all charges against him.
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Police in Santa Ana are looking for a group of men who were caught on video working together to steal a catalytic converter.
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Tennessee Bureau of InvestigationTennessee toddler Evelyn Boswell, the 15-month-old girl whose weeks-long disappearance in 2020 ended in heartbreak after her remains were found on family-owned property, was suffocated by a blanket and aluminum foil, a forensic pathologist testified.The revelation was made Friday at a hearing to discuss which photos can be used as evidence in the trial against Boswell’s mother, Megan, who is accused of murdering her daughter and going to great lengths to cover it
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Cops chased dead ends for 40 years in a California teen's cold case. Then a suspect's relative emerged.
The 1982 rape and killing of 15-year-old Karen Stitt had frustrated California cops for decades before a suspect's relative and DNA led to an arrest.
The incident was caught on surveillance video. The robbers allegedly stole his messenger bag, cell phone and $15 in cash.
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Thousands of people gathered for the funeral of Ralph "Sonny" Barger, longtime president and founding member of the Oakland chapter of the Hells Angels motorcycle club.
He was subdued by passengers and crew when he fled to the back of the aircraft after the confrontation, according to the U.S. attorney's office in Los Angeles.
A 62-year-old woman was charged with attempted murder after cutting her boyfriend in the stomach so deep that it “caused his entrails to fall out of his body”, according to court records.
Oakland police and the FBI are investigating a fatal shooting in Oakland Friday afternoon during an attempted robbery of a Brinks truck. Two other people were wounded from gunfire, police say.
An Oregon rape victim was placed in jail and held on an 'unattainable' amount of bail until she testified against her rapist, lawyer says.
"This was really a last resort balancing the needs of the victim and the needs of the community to have this case resolved," the victim's lawyer, Donald Scales, said according to NBC.
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California man accuses Southwest Airlines passenger of physically assaulting and hurling racist slurs at his wife on flight to Phoenix
In a series of tweets, Google software engineer Faraaz Sareshwala wrote that the incident left his wife "violated, voiceless, and powerless."
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As the Washington Commanders continue to change the culture, there continues to be a revolving door at the entrance to the facility. Via Nicki Jhabvala of the Washington Post, Commanders chief operating officer Greg Resh is leaving the team after a stint that lasted fewer than two years. Resh said in a statement released by the [more]
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Community members have sent flowers, offered help and collected donations for the family that lost a father and two sons in a farming accident.
Crypto newcomers to Puerto Rico say they're aiding hurricane relief efforts. But some activists question their intentions and methods.
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NAHR EL-BARED, Lebanon (AP) — Thousands of Palestinians held prayers on a small soccer field in a refugee camp in northern Lebanon on Saturday, to mourn one of the scores of migrants who died after their boat sank off Syria’s coast this week, even as others vowed to undertake the same perilous voyage. Palestinians suffer wide discrimination in Lebanon where they are deprived from doing specific jobs or own property and since the end of the 1975-90 civil war many have migrated.
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Protecting children obviously has merit, but we see what's really driving this group