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South Carolina parents charged with infant death after cocaine found in feeding bottles, authorities say

The parents of a 4-month-old South Carolina infant who died in May are charged with the death after cocaine was found in the baby's system and feeding bottles, authorities said Wednesday.

Florida first responder radio depicts chilling moments as rescuers rushed to Surfside building collapse

Communications between Miami-Dade first responders reveal the level-headed reaction as rescuers raced to the site of a collapsed high-rise apartment building in the coastal Florida community of Surfside.

University of Oklahoma employee encourages 'calling out' students who listen to 'problematic' arguments

A group of professors and employees from the University of Oklahoma held a workshop this week in which they discussed – among other things – ways to promote "anti-racism" in the classroom and root out, what they deemed, "problematic" ideas.

Florida police officer fighting for his life after being shot has 'heart of gold,' chief says

A Florida police officer fighting for his life after being shot in the head by a suspect on the run has a “heart of gold,” his police chief said Thursday.

Priests cannot be charged for old abuse despite new Iowa law

Roman Catholic priests who victimized Iowa children decades ago cannot be prosecuted despite a new law eliminating the statute of limitations for child sex abuse, the state attorney general says.

Zodiac Killer: French engineer claims to solve final ciphers, but online community rejects solutions

A French amateur codebreaker claims to have done what police and other investigators could not: Solve the remaining Zodiac Killer ciphers, including one that supposedly reveals the California killer’s identity – but the internet has rejected his proposed solutions.

Hundreds hunt for Daytona Beach cop shooter as critically wounded 'hero' officer keeps 'fighting': officials

The hunt for the "armed and dangerous" Florida man accused of shooting a police officer continued Thursday as the critically wounded young cop continues "fighting" for his life at a nearby hospital, authorities said. 

California cop killed responding to domestic disturbance

A suspect in a domestic violence disturbance fatally shot a California cop while saying “Hey police” as he opened his front door.

Washington, Oregon in for historic, dangerous heat wave

The Pacific Northwest is in for potentially historic and life-threatening heat through the weekend.

Parkland school shooting parent tricks ex-NRA president into fake high school graduation speech

A former president of the National Rifle Association (NRA) and another gun rights activist were both duped into delivering speeches during a graduation ceremony "dress rehearsal" for a since-discovered fake Las Vegas high school – as organizers of ruse claim the thousands of empty chairs in the audience were meant to symbolize real 12th grade students killed this year before their graduation days.

Miami hero bystander describes moment he found boy alive after collapse of condo

Nicholas Balboa was walking his dog near his home when he “felt the ground shake, felt like an earthquake” — then rushed to the partially collapsed Miami condo tower, where he heard a boy crying for help.

Alleged Florida cop shooter has history of weapons, assault arrests, records show

The man accused of shooting and critically injuring a Florida police officer late Wednesday night has a lengthy arrest history, including for aggravated assault and aggravated battery with a deadly weapon, and he previously served time in a county jail, state criminal records show. 

FBI seeking Kentucky fugitive after gunfire exchange

The FBI is searching for a fugitive after a gunfire exchange in Kentucky, the agency said Thursday.

Ex-Minnesota prosecutor in Daunte Wright case says due process 'at siege,' intimidation takes 'front row seat'

The former local prosecutor in Minnesota who brought manslaughter charges against the police officer who fatally shot Daunte Wright during a traffic stop in April explained in a new interview why he resigned, citing "intimidation" and the erosion of the constitutional right to due process.

Televangelist Jim Bakker to pay $156,000 in restitution for fake COVID-19 cure

A Missouri court has ordered televangelist Jim Bakker and his church to pay $156,000 after viewers purchased a fake COVID-19 cure during the pandemic. 

What to know as Chauvin sentence in Floyd death expected: explainer

Former Minneapolis police Officer Derek Chauvin faces sentencing Friday in the death of George Floyd, with a judge weighing a prison term experts say could be as much as 30 years.

Dramatic video shows the moment a DC pedestrian bridge collapsed

Dramatic video shows the moment a Washington, D.C., pedestrian bridge collapsed on Wednesday afternoon.

San Francisco will require all city employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19: report

The city of San Francisco will mandate all city employees to be vaccinated against the coronavirus pending approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.

San Diego fentanyl overdoses tripled amid COVID-19 lockdowns

The San Diego County District Attorney's Office is warning residents about fatal fentanyl overdoses in the Southern California city.

Champlain Towers in Surfside, Florida: What to know

The Champlain Towers condominium suffered a partial collapse early Thursday morning, with dozens of residents rescued, more missing and at least one person reported dead.

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