Police say that a man used a weapon to overtake a bus driver before taking the bus and crashing into a man standing near a gas station. The pedestrian was taken to a local hospital, where he was pronounced dead.
The Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture has asked the city of Cleveland to delay scheduled demolition of the gazebo where Cleveland police shot and killed the 12-year-old.
Seventeen-year-old Levar Allen of Bossier, La., was arrested and charged with contributing to the delinquency of a juvenile and possession of child pornography after he allegedly sent a sexting video to a 16-year-old girl.
Robert Bates used his connection with the Tulsa police to bypass required training to become a volunteer officer. In April 2015, Bates accidentally shot and killed the unarmed Harris as actual officers were detaining him.
Melissa Click, the former University of Missouri media professor who rose to Internet infamy over her tirade against a reporter during a campus protest, reportedly believes that she was fired because she’s white.
Monique Priester, 21, spoke with her mother Friday. She was supposed to be on her way back to the family’s Dacula, Ga., home. Priester’s mother says her daughter never made it home and her cellphone is going straight to voicemail.
North Carolina District Court Judge Lou Olivera noticed that Sgt. Joseph Serna was shaking when he came to turn himself in, so Olivera decided that he would serve the sentence with the war veteran so he wouldn’t be alone.
When Tristan Jacobson was 5, his birth mother left him on the steps of a shelter in the dead of winter. Four years later, after being with the same family, Tristan wanted to help make his adoption complete, so he opened a lemonade stand.
Melissa Langford, 34, says she overheard a cashier making derogatory statements about gay people, and that when she asked the woman to stop making hateful comments because she is “very gay,” the woman refused her service.