How police across Virginia are targeting drunk drivers on New Year’s Eve
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- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
The creature was found after a Crime Stoppers tip.
- Journal Star
This is the second time in less than a year that a Peoria-area Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen has had to close.
- Fox News
Actor Michael Rapaport posted video that he says shows a shoplifter walking out of a New York City Rite Aid.
- Woman's Day
Ash Wednesday (aka the first day of Lent) is coming up sooner than you'd think. Here's everything you need to know about the important day.
- Macon Telegraph
The driver was run off the road minutes later by pursuing deputies.
- The Daily Beast
A middle-age Southern California man is accused of lying in wait outside local schools for children wearing masks—and then following them around so he can cough at them, spit on them, and taunt them for being “stupid” enough to don the face coverings.The man, captured on video wearing a “Your mask makes you look stupid” T-shirt, has allegedly been continuing his anti-mask harassment campaign for a month in suburban La Crescenta, with a string of alleged incidents under his bel
- Biloxi Sun Herald
Exclusive: The suspect, who was arrested days earlier on an unrelated aggravated assault charge in Hancock County, dropped the domestic violence victim off at a Coast hospital under guise of finding her help, records say. Here’s more.
- Associated Press
In Comachuen, a Purepecha Indigenous community of about 10,000 inhabitants nestled high in the pine-clad mountains of the western state of Michoacan, the whole town survives because of the money sent home by migrants working in the United States. The money has allowed their families to remain in Comachuen rather than moving to other parts of Mexico for work. The traditional textiles, woodworking and construction live on, largely because such enterprises are funded by migrants who send money home to build houses here.
- IndyStar | The Indianapolis Star
Lauren Spierer is only one of the 1,200+ people missing in Indiana. Less prominent cases include Frank Giza, Kevin Nguyen and Ka'Rena McClerkin.
- WPBF - West Palm Beach
Coast Guard gives update on 39 missing people off Fort Pierce Inlet
- Biloxi Sun Herald
The Lunar New Year holiday rush is underway on the Coast. From bánh chưng to lucky money envelopes, here’s a list of what to buy to celebrate Tết, including the importance and history of the products.
This Uncle Went Viral For Explaining MLK To His Nephew, And People Are Applauding Him For Showing How To Tackle Hard Conversations With Kids
"I truly believe if it wasn't for Dr. King, none of us would have the freedom we have. He fought for everyone to be equal, which is super powerful."View Entire Post ›
- Tallahassee Democrat
Community leaders held a press conference advocating for residents struggling to meet the demands of their new landlord.
- Wichita Eagle
The decision was based on new evidence that came to light in the past year.
"I thought I would never be heard or vindicated and I felt completely helpless and vulnerable," Cardi said in a statement shared with PEOPLE
ISIS fighters reportedly surrender after using 700 boys as human shields during a battle at a prison in Syria
Media outlets and NGOs said they received voice messages from the imprisoned boys who asked for help as the fight at the prison took place.
- The Hill
A Washington state police officer who fatally shot a 39-year-old mother in 2020 was dismissed from a previous job just over a year before the shooting, according to a report from The Seattle Times. Daniel Mendoza spent seven months as a probationary Whatcom County sheriff's deputy before he was dismissed for poor performance in 2019. In that role, he reportedly failed to recite statutes, got lost while responding to calls, wrote muddled reports...
- The News-Press
A cell phone video shows Floyd L. Wallace Jr. of Omaha, Nebraska, walking in front of a Cape Coral Fire Station carrying a black, zippered case.
- Associated Press
Andrzej Sitkowski was 15 years old when his mother told him that she had been asked by a neighbor to hide a little Jewish girl from the Nazis at their home. “It was a short conversation, and then, yes, we decided to take in Hadassah and she was brought over to our house in 1943,” Sitkowski says, looking back at those difficult years during World War II when he lived with his widowed mother Helena and younger sister Magda on the outskirts of the Polish capital of Warsaw under German occupation. Almost eight decades after Hadassah Kosak's rescue, the 93-year-old Polish man is still regularly in touch with Kosak, now 84, who after the war immigrated via Israel to the United States where she became a professor of history in New York.
- NBC News
Relatives of Peter Bernardo Spencer, 29, who was found with dead from multiple gunshot wounds on Dec. 12, say he was killed in a modern day lynching.