Police have released new images of a man they say is wanted after attacking a woman in a downtown Orlando apartment.
- WLS – Chicago
Two people were shot inside an apartment on the city's South Side, Chicago police said.
Police are investigating two separate stabbings reported minutes apart on the same street in North Austin early Friday morning.
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Police say the suspect tried to stab a 16-year-old at a bus stop in Queens.
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NewsChopper 2 was over one high school Thursday where parents appeared to be lined up to try to pick up their children.
Michele Gile provides the latest in the ongoing investigation into an animal abuse case in Anaheim, where a 33-year-old man was arrested after doorbell camera video showed him beating a dog. After being turned over to authorities, the dog is now safe and many people are seeking to adopt him.
WATCH: Woman shot, critically hurt in Midtown, police say
- WGN - Chicago
Oak Forest police say officers responded to a domestic situation; a neighbor said a child who lived in the home that was on fire knocked on her door and said multiple people had been shot.
A Hollywood Hills neighborhood is on edge after a woman was sexually assaulted during an early morning walk.
According to Colorado Springs Police, one of those victims, an adult female, succumbed to her injuries. The other victim in the stabbing, an adult male, is in stable condition
- WSYR Syracuse
There have been concerns for years about how a Camillus woman cared for her 11-year-old boy, according to a restaurant server familiar with the family.
- The Hill
Georgia Republican Senate candidate Herschel Walker exaggerated claims about charity donations his company made to at least four organizations, The New York Times reported Thursday. Through his food distribution company Renaissance Man Food Services (RMSF), which is now owned by his holding company, H. Walker Enterprises, Walker once pledged to donate 15 percent of his…
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The SUV was destroyed in the fire, but the driver made it out of the car OK.
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Special extended forecast for Tropical Depression 9
A Central Florida company is paving the way to put autonomous shuttles on the roads across the country.
- WGN - Chicago
The 57-year-old man is accused of throwing a glass bottle at a window, causing it to break and a woman to suffer a large cut to her face.
- Yahoo Entertainment
After 50 years, contestant Martha Bath returned to Jeopardy!, Wednesday. In 1972 the show was hosted by Art Fleming and the prizes weren’t quite as large. “I won $40 and a set of encyclopedias, and I still have them,” said Bath. Which appears to be a consolation prize from that era. Martha got off to a hot start, as she managed to locate and correctly answer two Daily Doubles on her way to a massive Final Jeopardy! wager. She bet her full $15,400 to win a total of $30,800. It is very rare for players to make multiple appearances and the fact that her two were 50 years apart made it an even better story. “Martha Bath, that's a lot more than a set of encyclopedias,” said host Ken Jennings. “You're a Jeopardy! champion with $30,800. Or, if we count 1972, $30,840.”
- The AV Club
The docuseries we binge-watched during the height of coronavirus quarantine don’t necessarily hold up outside of it. Just look at Tiger King, the second season of which held nowhere near the appeal it did when the world was locked down. Even so, The Vow (HBO’s documentary series about the NXIVM period-scheme-slash-sex-cult) is trying its luck with a second season, and this time it has a secret weapon: Nancy Salzman.
The Orlando Police Department on Thursday released a composite sketch of a person of interest in a suspicious incident at a Lake Nona park involving a woman who
- National Review
Pro-Life Activist Arrested After SWAT Team Raids Home with Guns Drawn in Front of ‘Screaming’ Children
Mark Houck, a pro-life author and sidewalk counselor was arrested in front of his children after the DOJ ordered a SWAT raid on his house for alleged violations of the FACE Act.