Core Four Roofing President Montgomery Rockey says his company is tarping roofs free of charge for tornado victims in the Deer Park and Pasadena, Texas area. Rockey notes there is widespread damage to homes.
With Julie Chrisley now settling into her prison sentence, Savannah Chrisley has shared details about her mom's time behind bars.
Savannah Chrisley says "Chrisley Knows Best” stars Todd Chrisley and Julie Chrisley are doing better than expected in prison.
"We need to get our numbers up," the gun-loving lawmaker said.
- The Daily Reporter
Matthew Jackson, 33, will spend a minimum of 10-30 years in prison for what prosecutor Zack Stempien called, “the most significant domestic violence case that I've ever seen.”
- The Root
Last October, Bobbi Wilson—a curious 9-year-old who wanted to preserve trees in her New Jersey neighborhood by spraying destructive lanternflies with a solution of water, apple cider vinegar and dish soap—had the cops called on her for no other reason than being Black. Now, she’s being honored by Yale.
- Miami Herald
Some officers have a different kind of vehicle.
This Woman Is Starting A Conversation About The Toxic Double Standards In Society, And Her Illustrations Are Spot On
Illustrator Lainey Molnar is challenging double standards in society through her thought-provoking art. "The amount of women who feel seen and empowered to talk about things considered taboo? It's magic."
Alicia Day, 34, was fined 20,000 roubles ($285) for obstructing pedestrians in an unauthorised protest and sentenced to 13 days of "administrative arrest" on a separate charge of disobeying police orders. "I bought the calf so that it wouldn't be eaten," TASS news agency quoted her as saying. Video shared by state media showed Day explaining that she had got a driver to bring the calf to Red Square by car.
- Associated Press
A federal judge in Wisconsin ruled Wednesday that a wrongful death lawsuit filed by the father of a man shot and killed by Kyle Rittenhouse during a protest in 2020 can proceed against Rittenhouse, police officers and others. The father of Anthony Huber, one of two men shot and killed by Rittenhouse, filed the lawsuit in 2021, accusing officers of allowing for a dangerous situation that violated his son's constitutional rights and resulted in his death. Anthony Huber's father, John Huber, also alleged that Rittenhouse, who was 17 at the time of the shootings, conspired with law enforcement to cause harm to protestors.
- WSB Cox articles
A Georgia police department received what they considered a ‘sizeable donation’ thanks to one North Carolina man.
- NBC Sports Philadelphia
Eagles offensive lineman Josh Sills has been indicted on rape and kidnapping charges in Ohio.
- Myrtle Beach Sun News
Tyler Doyle’s wife posted photos of several items on Facebook, including what appears to be her husband’s driver’s license.
- Business Insider
Wife of doctor accused of driving his Tesla off a cliff with his family inside shouted to rescuers 'he intentionally drove the car over' edge, DA alleges
The San Mateo County district attorney told reporters it was a "miracle" the family of four survived the 250-foot plunge in Northern California.
"Call me babe" was Alex Murdaugh's last text to his wife, prosecutors revealed during the second week of the double murder trial where he is accused of murdering his wife and son.
- American City Business Journals
The district's future 2023 outlook has become somewhat clearer over the month of January, but many questions remain. Here's what we know.
Dramatic video is circulating of a student attacking a teacher and law enforcement has stepped in to investigate. The disturbing video shows the attack on a Rockdale County teacher. The sheriff's office has now joined school officials in the investigation at Heritage High School.
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- Fresno Bee
It was the first killing of an officer in Selma’s 130-year history, officials said.
“You’re entitled to your political views but not to an insurrection," the judge said before delivering 68-month jail term.
- The State Journal-Register
Thomas B. Adams, Jr., accused in the 2021 insurrection was found guilty of entering a restricted building and obstructing an official proceeding