KDKA's Royce Jones has more on what police are saying.
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A Colombian judge has been suspended for three months after appearing half-naked and smoking a cigarette while in bed during a virtual court hearing.
- The Independent
A Columbian judge has reportedly been suspended after she was caught on camera smoking in her underwear during a Zoom hearing. This video circulating on social media allegedly shows judge Vivian Polania lying on a bed puffing a cigarette during a virtual debate. Ms Polania has previously been issued warnings about her personal Instagram posts, which also show her in her underwear. In response, she said she was just expressing herself as a "braless and open-minded" woman. The hearing in question was about whether a man held over a car bomb terror attack should be granted bail.Twitter
One person is dead after crashing in a head-on collision on I-94 on Thanksgiving Day. Police say the driver had left his home after a family argument in Roseville.
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Virginia Walmart gunman's manifesto claims he was 'betrayed' by coworkers he killed, felt 'led by' Satan
The manifesto left behind by Andre Bing — the suspected gunman behind six killings at a Chesapeake, Virginia, Walmart where he worked — has been released by Chesapeake police.
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Colorado shooting suspect's father, a former MMA fighter and porn star, 'praised' son for 'violent behavior'
Aaron Brink, the father of Club Q shooting suspect Anderson Lee Aldrich, told media that he 'praised' his son for 'violent behavior' when he was younger.
Auto body shops across the area tell Channel 11 this has been the “craziest year ever” for deer collisions, with many cars, trucks, and SUVs not expected to get repaired for months.
Spencer Tunick's latest work on Sydney's famous landmark hopes to raise awareness of skin cancer.
- Sacramento Bee
The number of Asian residents living in Folsom nearly doubled in the last decade.
- The Daily Beast
Chesapeake Police DepartmentTwo victims remained in hospital late Thursday after the horrific mass shooting at a Virginia Walmart earlier this week as a “kill list” allegedly dumped by the killer in the trash outside his home before the rampage is revealed.The City of Chesapeake tweeted an update on Thursday afternoon, confirming two of those injured in Tuesday’s shooting were still under medical supervision; one in a critical condition and the other in “fair/improving” condition.“On this Thanks
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Two homeless women in California returned a large amount of cash to a neighbor whose van was recently destroyed in a fire.
The exchange between the two came in a week that featured high-profile mass shootings at a Colorado nightclub and at a Walmart in Virginia.
People Are Sharing Their Childhood Memories Of Realizing They Were Poor, And Wow, People Need To Be Nicer To Kids
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Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, also known as AOC, made history when she became the youngest woman ever elected to Congress. Here's a look at her finances.
- USA TODAY
The week in extremism, from USA TODAY.
"Everyone knows that we're living through a nightmare," Julie Chrisley said before she and Todd Chrisley were sentenced in their bank fraud and tax evasion case
- Charlotte Observer
Police say they have identified a suspect but have not located him.
- Austin American-Statesman
A state judge said the case qualifies as an exception to a Texas law that caps punitive damages.
Gamers can play as Rittenhouse "using a highly specialized laser gun to strike down any turkey that spreads lies, propaganda, or liberal bias," says the developer.
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A man is facing federal charges after he demanded another passenger pause her in-flight movie before putting a razor blade to her throat, officials say. According to the complaint, the woman's husband ran for help and she was able to break away. Christina Ruffini has the details.
- Associated Press
A Chinese court on Friday sentenced Chinese-Canadian pop star Kris Wu to 13 years in prison on charges including rape. Beijing’s Chaoyang District Court said Wu was given 11 years and 6 months for a 2020 rape, and 1 year and 10 months for the “crime of assembling a crowd to engage in sexual promiscuity” in a 2018 event in which he and others allegedly assaulted two women they had gotten drunk. The court said the three victims in the rape case had also been drunk and were unable to consent.