Light of Life Rescue Mission packed boxes to give 8,000 people a delicious meal this Thanksgiving; KDKA's Briana Smith reports.
- NBC News
FedEx driver allegedly told investigators Texas girl was still alive after he struck her with vehicle
A FedEx driver panicked after striking a 7-year-old girl in Texas with his work van and threw her in the truck, where he killed her, authorities said.
"His feet were extremely swollen and infected just from walking so much, and possibly the cold where he was," Allison Scott said of a man she and her boyfriend rescued
- Kansas City Star
The author of a recent guest commentary got it all wrong about the Bill of Rights, this letter writer says. | Opinion
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Georgia couple tricks Walmart cashier, easily walks out of store with thousands in merchandise: police
A sheriff's office in Georgia is looking for a man and woman who allegedly tricked a Walmart cashier and walked out of the store with more than $6,000 in merchandise, gift cards.
- Raleigh News and Observer
Authorities are not saying if the incidents could be related.
- Southern Living
“I don’t know how long it took for the people to be able to actually get access to the kids because he was protecting them.”
- The Hill
Police are warning the public as a spike in violent "bank jugging" robberies is on the rise across Southern California, especially during the holidays.
- Associated Press
The Colorado Springs gay nightclub shooter had charges dropped in a 2021 bomb threat case after family members who were terrorized in the incident refused to cooperate, according to the district attorney and court documents unsealed Thursday. The charges were dropped despite authorities finding a “tub” full of bomb-making chemicals and later receiving warnings from other relatives that suspect Anderson Lee Aldrich was sure to hurt or murder a set of grandparents if freed, according to the unsealed documents. In a letter last November to state District Court Judge Robin Chittum, the relatives painted a picture of an isolated, violent person who did not have a job and was given $30,000 that was spent largely on the purchase of 3D printers to make guns.
- The Post-Crescent
Following the news of the deer being shot, patrons of Heckrodt Wetland Reserve flooded Facebook with photos and anecdotes of the deer at the reserve in Menasha.
"In the middle of the night they simply woke me up and said 'Get your things together' and that was it," Bout said in brief remarks to a reporter from national television. Bout came down the steps carrying a large bouquet of flowers before embracing his mother and then his wife.
- Detroit Free Press
On the 60th anniversary of the Ford Rotunda Fire, let's take a closer look at the incident and the structure's iconic history.
An article claims the US Navy's Judge Advocate General's (JAG) Corps arrested House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on charges of "treason and seditious conspiracy." But the military branch says the allegation is false, and the website that originated the rumor regularly publishes made-up stories under the guise of satire."JAG Charges Nancy Pelosi with Treason, Seditious Conspiracy," says a December 3, 2022 headline from Real Raw News.The article says: "The United States Navy Judge Advocate General's Corps
The scientific theory of why some Americans didn't want Brittney Griner to come home from a Russian prison
Plenty of Americans didn't support the US government's efforts to bring Brittney Griner home. An expert in hostage taking and recovery explains why.
Friends of Aamir Ali, 22, told investigators he went on a walk alone during a camping trip at Potters Creek Park on the shores of Canyon Lake in Texas before he disappeared
Memphis Police are asking for the public’s help after three teen sisters went missing.
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Edgar Valdez-Villareal, a notorious drug cartel leader, has gone missing from the Bureau of Prisons system. He is mysteriously listed as having been "released" in November.
- Fox News
An arrest has been made in the attack of a man with a bat on a New York City street in broad daylight, police said.
- Sacramento Bee
Update: The Sheriff’s Office said the 16-year-old was found dead in a remote wooded area.
- Lexington Herald-Leader
The woman repeatedly told him “no,” but “he would just continue,” police said.
- Sacramento Bee
She told him she needed medical supplies for her injuries.