Homeless Brevard County man accused of killing aunt and uncle denied bond
- LA Times
L.A. Unified has resisted ransom demands while attempting to gauge what was stolen and how to recover.
- Miami Herald
Imagine being cut off from your home, your neighbors, your world and your only glimpse of your neighborhood is a satellite image someone sent to you on social media.
- In The Know by Yahoo
Trans woman's 'horrible' TSA encounter starts conversation on TikTok about the anxiety transgender travelers face: 'They can do better and should'
A trans woman shared their "horrible" TSA experience and it opened up a larger conversation about the struggles trans people face.
- USA TODAY
Scotty Pettersen survived the Las Vegas massacre five years ago only to die by suicide. Now his parents are trying to find the people he saved.
- WCVB - Boston
State police say a wrong way driver will face charges after crashing into a truck on the Mass. Pike in Newton early Saturday morning.
- Fox News
‘Monster’: Jeffrey Dahmer survivor never recovered after harrowing escape from killer, defense attorney says
Defense attorney Paul Ksicinski's former client, Tracy Edwards, escaped from Jeffrey Dahmer's Milwaukee, Wisconsin apartment on the night of July 22, 1991.
- Associated Press
Thousands of people in hundreds of cars took over northern Nevada parking lots and intersections Friday night and into Saturday, performing stunts in souped-up vehicles and leading to crashes and arrests, police said. Police beefed up nighttime staffing after social media posts urged people from San Francisco and Portland, Oregon, to come to the “sideshow” in Reno, Police Lt. Michael Browett said. The disturbances started late Friday as several hundred cars and their occupants met in the parking lot of a still-open Walmart store.
- Dr. Phil CBS
Will Witt, a former Prager University personality and current editor-in-chief at the Florida Standard, says he conducted an experiment at UCLA to prove a point about cultural appropriation. Witt wore a Chinese outfit and hat and asked students what they thought about his “Halloween costume.” “I made that video to prove anti-white ivory tower professors, like the one in your studio, wrong,” Witt says to Dr. Phil in the video above. “This video and the others I’ve made like it, with Native Americans, with Mexicans, with the Chinese you just watched, are irrefutable evidence that people like that professor are exactly wrong on cultural appropriation.” Hear more from Witt in the video above, including what he says to Dr. Neal Lester, Foundation Professor of English at Arizona State University, who says people need to be concerned about cultural appropriation. On Friday’s episode of Dr. Phil, “Appropriation Nation: Has it Gone Too Far?” hear from a woman who says she received death threats for wearing a dress from another culture and another who says people need to stop stealing other cultures’ foods and calling them their own. Check local listings to see where you can watch. WATCH: Writer Says People Need To Stop Stealing Other Cultures’ Food, Calling It Their Own, And Profiting From It TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Strong opinion you want to share?
South Korean orphan Milton dreamed of making it to America, the land of his father. One day he seized his chance.
- Business Insider
A woman is suing Hertz after being accused of stealing a rental car she'd paid for and getting arrested 4 times over the incident, lawsuit says
Dozens of customers are taking legal action against Hertz over wrongful arrests after their rental cars were reported to police as being stolen.
A 15-year-old who was potentially kidnapped by her father leapt out of his truck after a dramatic police pursuit. She was shot and killed.
- Kansas City Star
Our latest book club selection: “The Red Widow: The Scandal That Shook Paris and the Woman Behind it All.”
- Miami Herald
Residents stranded on Sanibel Island by Hurricane Ian flew to the mainland by U.S. Army helicopters after Miami-Dade County rescuers reached them, according to footage released by the agency.
- Macon Telegraph
Authorities also said the woman’s pants were “ripped in the groin area.”
“Robert told us where the drugs and guns would be located inside his residence, combinations to the safes, where we would find a handgun in one of his vehicles and where his storage unit was that contained additional firearms,” probable cause documents said.
- The Daily Beast
Jim Watson/AFP via Getty ImagesAlice and Jerry Argo got married last year.Last night, Hurricane Ian made her a widow.“It happened… so quick,” she told The Daily Beast on Friday. “It’s just like a slap in the face, to lose your husband that quick.”As torrential rain and relentless winds battered Florida on Thursday, Alice, 72, and Jerry, 67, realized they were in trouble. Ian was hammering their two-bedroom, one-bath home in New Smyrna Beach, and the surrounding streets were flooded waist-high, r
- Business Insider
A Jan. 6 defendant said he's 'already felt the impact' of his actions after losing his wife, job, and access to guns
An attorney for Jerry Ryals listed the losses in a Friday sentencing memo requesting no jail time for his client.
- LA Times
A criminal syndicate had given L.A. Unified until Monday to pay ransom, but released documents early after Supt. Carvalho said he would not negotiate.
- The Daily Beast
Photo Illustration by Elizabeth Brockway/The Daily Beast/Netflix/HuluJeffrey Dahmer is the latest leading man on Netflix. His name is a familiar one to many viewers, especially fans of true crime. But the details of what he did have been obscured by time; I was a very young child when Dahmer was nearing the end of his reign of terror, inflicted primarily on Black people.Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story is both a standard entry in the true crime genre and a unique one. Instead of unfolding from
Larry Finstrom has been a criminal defense attorney for 50 years - but now finds himself on the other side of the law. Finstrom has been charged with soliciting prostitution.