Michigan State Police confirmed that there is no one in custody and the investigation is ongoing but that the murders were not "random."
After a brutal robbery at a jewelry store in Queens last week, the NYPD is asking that businesses consider asking patrons to unmask when entering establishments. They suggested this because its harder for them to identify potential suspects in crimes.
Payton Gendron was sentenced to life without the possibility of parole for murdering 10 Black people in Buffalo, New York.
The three rappers have been missing since Jan. 21. Police have not made a positive identification, but advised families of the likelihood.
Three Michigan rappers were last heard from Jan. 21 after a show at a Detroit nightclub, Lounge 31, was canceled due to technical problems.
In today’s episode of Now, Sis’, What Is You Doin’? a high school cafeteria worker in Louisiana has been arrested after being accused of selling cannabis edibles to students, which would indicate that she has taken the “high” part of “high school” far too literally. (Sorry, I couldn’t help myself. Please don’t block me.)
Nothing quite says, “yeah, I’m guilty AF” like when a convicted criminal’s mugshot is indistinguishable from a high school yearbook photo.
Malachi Love-Robinson, the fake teen doctor from Florida, has been sentenced for stealing more than $10,000 from his employer.
Andre Channel and his family are speaking out about their next-door neighbor in an Oregon suburb who targeted them with a racist slur painted on their own home. The family feels that they are not safe as it's the latest incident of the neighbor's increasingly unstable behavior.
Indianapolis residents Shyann Delmar and Mecka Curry helped Columbus, Ohio, police find missing twin baby Kyair Thomas.
Three masked men armed with handguns held up the Vineyard Haven branch of Rockland Trust in Martha’s Vineyard and are still at large.
Denis Molla, a Minnesota man who claimed that his home was painted with antifascist graffiti and his camper set on fire in 2020 because he was a Trump supporter, pleaded guilty to wire fraud on Tuesday. In a statement, federal prosecutors fond he staged the incident as a hoax to gain insurance money.