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Florida deputy performs exorcism on child, instructs another to shoot anyone who enters demon-filled home

A now-former sheriff’s deputy in Florida was arrested Sunday after allegedly performing an exorcism on a child, and told another there were demons in his house and to shoot anyone who entered.   

Shooting at Texas nightclub leaves 3 dead, 1 critically injured: police

Three people were killed in a shooting at a Houston nightclub where about 30 people had gathered for an open mic night and authorities were searching early Wednesday for suspects, police said.

Snowstorm in Minnesota shatters record, causes hundreds of crashes and spinouts

An early-season snowstorm dumped a record-breaking amount of snow across Minnesota on Tuesday, knocking out power to thousands and leading to hundreds of accidents.

Pixie post: Fairy letters offer advice, respite from coronavirus in Virginia

With the coronavirus lockdown and school out for the summer, 9-year-old Maya Gebler’s social world had shrunk to her immediate family and a few friends.

Providence protesters, police face off after moped driver, 24, allegedly hit by police vehicle

Tensions escalated in Providence, R.I., late Tuesday night, after a weekend crash in which a police cruiser allegedly struck a moped rider, leaving the man in critical condition, according to reports.

Border Patrol arrests nearly 300 illegal immigrants in 18 hours

U.S. Border Patrol agents in Texas, with the help of local law enforcement, arrested nearly 300 suspected illegal immigrants in a span of 18 hours last week, according to authorities.

This Day in History: Oct. 21

Thomas Edison perfects a workable electric light at his lab in New Jersey. President Richard Nixon nominates Lewis F. Powell and William H. Rehnquist to the U.S. Supreme Court.

Alabama police release fatal hit-and-run footage, request help identifying car

The Birmingham Police released dashcam footage on Monday from a hit-and-run crash that killed a truck driver earlier this month, and are asking for the public's help with locating the suspect. 

Santa Monica Police chief stepping down amid anger over protests

The police chief of a Los Angeles suburb is stepping down amid anger over her department's response to protests in the days following the death of George Floyd. 

Man who hung off side of Trump Tower Chicago for 14 hours escaped from private ambulance, police say

A man who on Sunday evening suspended himself from the side of Trump Tower in Chicago, sparking a 14-hour standoff with a SWAT team, has escaped from a private ambulance, police told Fox News on Tuesday.

Man charged in Whitmer kidnapping plot released on bail

 A Wisconsin man charged in a plot to kidnap Democratic Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has been released from jail after posting a $10,000 cash bail.

South Carolina sheriff's deputy killed during traffic stop fight with suspect, officials say

A South Carolina sheriff's deputy died and two others were injured Tuesday following a wreck and physical altercation with a suspect on a freeway, authorities said. 

Officer shot in Breonna Taylor’s apartment speaks out about deadly incident

The Louisville police officer injured in a drug raid resulted in Breonna Taylor's death inside her apartment spoke out against the “misinformation” and “false narratives” of the case in his first public interview on the incident.

LAPD chief says Los Angeles on track to surpass 300 homicides, highest in over a decade

The LAPD’s chief of police on Tuesday said that Los Angeles is on track to hit more than 300 homicides this year – a number not reached in more than a decade.

Breonna Taylor grand jury members say they were not presented with homicide charges

Some members of the grand jury that declined to indict three Kentucky police officers involved in the shooting death of Breonna Taylor said Tuesday the panel wasn't presented with homicide charges.

Palm Beach County Board of Commissioners not considering COVID-19 curfew to slow virus spread

"We are satisfied with the ability of our healthcare network to meet the needs of our residents," board member Robert Weinroth told FOX News in a statement" The curve was flattened, sacrifices have been made, we need to focus on rebooting our economy while our residents continue to act responsibly to avoid infection."

Florida woman spots a witch in the clouds just days before Halloween

Just days before Halloween, a Florida resident spotted a witch in the shape of a cloud floating in the sky above the Orlando area.

Marine general relieved of command after allegedly using racial slur

Maj. Gen. Stephen M. Neary, the Commander of US Marines in Europe and Africa, was relieved of command on Monday amid an investigation into his alleged use of a racial slur in August. 

Black Lives Matter protesters sue LA district attorney, husband over gun incident outside their home

Organizers for the Los Angeles chapter of Black Lives Matter filed a lawsuit on Monday against county District Attorney Jackie Lacey and her husband over his alleged pointing of a firearm at demonstrators outside the couple’s home earlier this year.

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