Voters in several states will test former President Donald Trump’s sway again Tuesday — including Pennsylvania, where he’s endorsed celebrity Dr. Oz for U.S. Senate.
Authorities said Michael Bivins, 34, showed up at the news station, demanding to speak to a reporter.
A team of scuba divers started out as environmentalists until they found human remains in an underwater car. That’s when they realized they had a mission to fulfill.
Police said 12 vehicles were damaged in the crash including the suspect's vehicle and two businesses.
Police said the woman, who owned the Airbnb, was trying to make contact with the renter when the shooting happened.
The Brian Jonestown Massacre band reported the theft while they were in town to perform a concert.
Police said the party started at 10 a.m. and had up to 1,000 guests.
Investigators said they found a deceased man inside a makeshift casket and they want to know how he ended up at a rural cemetery.
Wesley Culver, 17, says he credits his unfortunate medical ordeal in helping him find new talent — one that helps bring joy to other people, too
One bar owner is deciding to take on the male-dominated sports world by opening a bar that only shows women’s sports.
Police in Oregon said the prop money was stolen during a car break-in.
Hundreds of stuffed animals were found on an Oregon Highway, and transportation officials would like to find the owner.
"I would like to say I was surprised by that, but not really," the girl's mom said. "She is incredibly intelligent, kind, and she has a big heart. It’s not the first time she’s helped somebody."
A Black man claimed a Red Robin restaurant employee put semen in his salad in retaliation for alleging racism at the restaurant.
Wilbur Brown of Oregon purchased his winning multi-drawing lottery ticket on Christmas Eve in 2021 and forgot about it until February 2022. That’s when he found out he won the $8.9 million jackpot.
The largest wildfire burning in the country isn’t expected to be fully contained unless a “season-ending weather event,” such as significant rain or snow, lends a helping hand.
Seventy-four people are now facing federal charges related to protests that have rocked Portland, Oregon, for three months since George Floyd was killed, the local U.S. attorney announced Thursday.