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Footage shows an 'angry' contractor with a sledgehammer wrecking a customer's bathroom renovation over a $4,225 payment dispute
Amber Trucke told Insider that she withheld a final payment of $4,225 because she was unsatisfied with the "horrible" bathroom renovation.
An Asian woman who suffered a bloodied mouth after an unprovoked attack in Los Angeles is seeking justice as her alleged assailant continues to walk free. What happened: Jennifer Chen, a Canadian national visiting the city, was alone in her car when a man allegedly approached her, uttered a racial slur and punched her in the mouth. Chen, 30, was sitting on the driver’s side when the alleged attack occurred.
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Police on Friday released the name of the gunman who shot 15 people, one fatally, at a Kroger in Tennessee.
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For your weekend reading, we've started in-case-you-missed-it compilations of some of the week's top USA TODAY Opinion pieces.
A letter submitted in court said funds for Kyle Rittenhouse's bail were provided by his former lawyer Lin Wood's foundation and must be returned to it.
A woman was charged with arson in connection to a California wildfire that has burned 10,000 acres. Officials say she walked out of the brush with a lighter.
Officials believe the 30-year-old woman could be a serial arsonist and are investigating her connections to other fires in the state.
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A new report from the Pew Research Center estimates that between 195,000 and 697,000 people of Taiwanese descent live in the United States, rectifying a
A school board meeting allowed both sides to air their views, but little appears settled.
Carmine’s Italian Restaurant has released a new surveillance video showing the moments that led up to the assault of an Asian American hostess in its Upper West Side location last week. Why it matters: The video adds to the evidence surrounding the now-viral incident in New York City, which triggered a Black Lives Matter protest outside the restaurant on Monday. In their defense, Kaeita Nkeenge Rankin, 44, Tyonnie Keshay Rankin, 21, and Sally Rechelle Lewis, 49, claimed that the hostess accused them of presenting fake COVID-19 vaccine cards.
- Charlotte Observer
Assailant forced girl into his car, drove to another location and raped her, police said.
- Los Angeles Times Opinion
Letters to the Editor: A letter sided with anti-vaccine firefighters and cops. Readers aren't having it
In response to a letter that said government employees should not be fired for refusing vaccination, readers say this isn't about personal freedom.
- WLWT - Cincinnati
West Chester police said dozens of teenagers — some as young as 13 — are working in groups ransacking cars looking for weapons and stealing vehicles for joyrides.
South Carolina investigators have decided not to file charges against the father of 20-month-old twin boys, Brycen and Brayden McDaniel, […] The post S.C. dad won’t face charges for accidentally leaving twin sons in car appeared first on TheGrio.
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The boyfriend of Gabby Petito, whose body was found at a national park in Wyoming after a cross-country trip with him, was charged with unauthorized use of a debit card as searchers continued looking for him Thursday in Florida swampland. A federal grand jury indictment filed in U.S. District Court in Wyoming alleges Brian Laundrie used a Capital One Bank card and someone's personal identification number to make unauthorized withdrawals or charges worth more than $1,000 during the period in which Petito went missing. FBI spokeswoman Courtney Bernal declined to reveal the nature of the charges made to the debit card.
- E! News
After Gabby Petito was found dead in Wyoming, people close to her and Brian Laundrie alleged their relationship had many ups and downs. "They always had some drama," one friend told People.
- Charlotte Observer
Stolen diapers, power tools and appliances were stacked “floor to ceiling” in a Cabarrus County home, the sheriff said.
A sheriff told a Wisconsin teenager to take down a COVID-19 Instagram post. A judge ruled it a First Amendment violation.
"The First Amendment is not a game setting for the government to toggle off and on. It applies in times of tranquility and times of strife," a judge ruled.
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PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — You’re lucky, the U.S. officials said. “You’re going to see your family.” The authorities had called out numbers corresponding to raffle-like tickets the Haitians had been issued when they were detained after crossing the border into Texas.
- KGO – San Francisco
"...and then, as I'm looking at the video, I'm starting to see these gaps in the video." One San Jose burglary victim explains how he thinks the suspects got around his home security cameras.
Josh Duggar and prosecutors are battling over photos federal officials say show a hand scar matching images on the devices in his child-porn case
Josh Duggar's defense team says it's "troubling" that federal agents took pictures of the reality TV star's hands and feet from "awkward angles."