Police are investigating a shooting in Queens that injured two people Saturday.
A Mississippi state senator has come under fire on Twitter after posting a racist meme referencing the suspected Chinese spy balloon that breached U.S. airspace last week. Sen. Joel R. Carter, Jr., a Republican who represents the 49th District, shared an image of a weather balloon superimposed with the words “Weather Barroon” and “Totary NOT For Spying.” In the tweet, he wrote: “Biden Administration currently.”
An Etsy customer's refund request for a broken $200 plastic cup spiraled into a furious exchange that went viral on TikTok
Tarra Vooorhees offered to give Breanna Chaplin a refund straight away, but things escalated when TikTok got involved.
- Miami Herald
The sheep were at first thought to be goats.
- The Herald-Mail
Bijou, a Dalmatian puppy injured in a Washington County animal cruelty case, continues her recovery after having a severely damaged leg amputated.
- KTRK – Houston
In one of the robberies, a suspect allegedly shot a victim walking to his car at a commercial parking lot on St. Joseph Parkway. The second robbery took place earlier that night on Polk Street, HPD said.
The Coast Guard rescued a mariner from 20-foot seas off the coast of Oregon Friday morning right before the 35-foot yacht capsized. Then things got extremely weird.
- Associated Press
A rancher who lives near Arizona's border with Mexico is being held on a charge of first-degree murder in last week’s fatal shooting of a man tentatively identified as a Mexican citizen. The Santa Cruz County Sheriff's office in Nogales, Arizona, confirmed Monday that George Alan Kelly, 73, was arrested last week in the killing. Authorities believe the victim was Gabriel Cuen-Butimea, 48, who lived just south of the border in Nogales, Mexico, because of a Mexican voter registration card he carried.
“REVOLT Black News Weekly” addresses the issue of Tyre Nichols being beaten by Black cops and whether racism was a factor. Read below.
Malayalis are famously passionate about their drink. Natives of the southern Indian state of Kerala, they are also known to emigrate to far corners of the world. A smooth blend of these two instincts of theirs is now giving the world a high.
- Palm Beach Daily News
School officials said police arrested one person after a video of students from a K-8 school assaulting a young girl on a bus in Homestead went viral.
- Miami Herald
Following multiple warnings from the captain, the plane made an emergency landing in Maine, and the FBI responded, officials said.
- ABC News
Two Missouri children were found inside a supermarket in Florida nearly a year after they were abducted, according to law enforcement officials. Brooke Gilley and Adrian Gilley were found on Wednesday at a Florida Winn-Dixie with their non-custodial mother, Kristi Nicole Gilley, the High Springs Police Department said on Thursday.
The Los Angeles Police Department is in pursuit of a shooting suspect in the Inglewood area.
- Kansas City Star
Leonard Taylor spoke with a reporter by phone one day before he was scheduled to be executed for the killings of his girlfriend and her three children — which he says he did not commit.
- Fox News
Police in High Springs, Florida, located two children who were allegedly abducted by their noncustodial mother last year in Missouri after a "routine" vehicle tag check.
NEW YORK (Reuters) -FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried has reached an agreement with U.S. prosecutors that would let him contact some current or former employees of cryptocurrency companies he once controlled, even as he accepts other restrictive bail conditions. In a letter to the judge overseeing the former billionaire's criminal fraud case, defense lawyer Mark Cohen said the terms more clearly define how Bankman-Fried can communicate with others as he prepares for his scheduled October trial. Cohen also offered to withdraw a request that Bankman-Fried be able to access and transfer cryptocurrency, if U.S. District Judge Lewis Kaplan approves the agreement over communications.
- Argus Leader
Bruce Bennett originally faced 16 poaching-related counts, including unlawful possession of big game.
- Business Insider
Black women are worn out from discrimination in corporate America. They're leaving to launch their own businesses, creating a hole for talent across industries.
Tired of racism and microaggressions, some Black women in corporate America are breaking into entrepreneurship so they can be their own boss.
- The Columbus Dispatch
Three years after a 19-year-old woman accused two then-Ohio State University football players of raping her, the men are set to go to trial.
- Asheville Citizen-Times
A reader asks who is experiencing homelessness in Asheville and what contributed to their loss of housing. A look at data offers some answers.