Authorities identified the suspect as Caroline Dawn Pennington, 47, CEO of the nonprofit animal rescue GROWL.
- CBS News
The men, some of whom carried police shields and flags, were part of the white supremacist group Patriot Front.
The bar was hosting a drag show Thursday when about 10 people showed up to yell about “pedophiles” and harass bar operators and patrons.
"Your hate is as cowardly as it is disgusting, and it goes against all that Boston stands for," posted Michelle Wu after at least once skirmish erupted.
An Insider reporter traveled to Waco, Texas, and found the reality was different from the version shown on Chip and Joanna Gaines' TV shows.
- The Daily Beast
Anderson County Sheriff's OfficeA 28-year-old Texas man accused of orchestrating the horrific smuggling operation that killed 53 migrants this week frantically texted the driver when the truck went off the radar and later admitted to a confidential informant he had no idea the air conditioning had failed in the sweltering big rig, the feds say.Christian Martinez, 28, was arrested Tuesday on a trafficking charge involving death that could result in life in prison or the death penalty after migran
A 4-year-old Black girl became the poster child for a pro life anti-abortion group. Her mom had no idea until she saw the billboard.
Tricia Fraser was outraged when her child's photo appeared on an anti-abortion ad in 2011 without her consent. After Roe v. Wade's reversal, she's madder.
One of the two suspects accused of stabbing a woman hundreds of times during a Maine robbery gone wrong has allegedly said that the victim “put up a good fight.” Kimberly Neptune, 43, was found murdered in her home in Perry — 100 miles east of Bangor on the Canadian border — on April 21, the Maine State Police said previously in a press release. She was found by her brother after being stabbed 484 times, Fox 23 reports, including in her legs, stomach, neck and head, according to an autopsy repor
- LA Times
Lancaster, Palmdale, La Puente and Lynwood were forced to cancel or revise their shows after the state fire marshal raided a vendor's warehouse.
After returning to civilization in 2018, Japan’s "Naked Hermit" went back to the remote island he once called home for nearly three decades to give it a proper farewell. In a June 16 blog post, Cerezo provided insight into the life of the voluntary castaway after he was “rescued” from the island and returned to civilization in 2018.
- USA TODAY Opinion
When the abortion ruling came June 24, the first name I searched for was Sir Matthew Hale, believer of witches, and cited by Justice Alito.
- Associated Press
A Texas inmate who is set to be put to death in less than two weeks asked that his execution be delayed so he can donate a kidney. Ramiro Gonzales is scheduled to receive a lethal injection on July 13 for fatally shooting 18-year-old Bridget Townsend, a southwest Texas woman whose remains were found nearly two years after she vanished in 2001. In a letter sent Wednesday, Gonzales’ lawyers, Thea Posel and Raoul Schonemann, asked Republican Gov. Greg Abbott to grant a 30-day reprieve so the inmate can be considered a living donor “to someone who is in urgent need of a kidney transplant.”
- LA Times
Economic prospects in Central America have grown so dim that even the college-educated are attempting the perilous journey to the United States.
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A Spartanburg County church says two of its members were among the victims of a six-vehicle crash on Friday on Interstate 95.
- The Telegraph
Two Metropolitan Police officers have been sacked after posting offensive messages in a group chat, including a racist joke about the Duchess of Sussex.
- The Commercial Appeal
Rescue organization Tails of Hope is raising funds to treat Riona, a Memphis dog set on fire in the Nutbush area.
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Gunman later died of self-inflicted gunshot wound.
A woman was arrested after stealing her mother’s car and then selling the vehicle for just $500, according to the Covington Police Department. When she returned to her home on Cottonwood Place in Covington, her 2006 Chevrolet Monte Carlo was missing. A little more than a month later, on April 24, Covington Police said a woman was pulled over driving the stolen Monte Carlo in Memphis at the intersection of North McLean and Poplar Avenue.
A man and woman were arrested for creating over 230 fake drive-out tags for a profit.
- Business Insider