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Cracker Barrel shooting: Suspected gunman killed by deputies, report says

The person authorities believe shot and killed a beloved Texas Cracker Barrel employee on Saturday was killed by deputies on Monday, a report said.

Michigan judge berates cancer patient over blighted lawn, 'If I could give you jail time on this, I would’

A Michigan judge scolded a 72-year-old man battling cancer over his overgrown lawn, telling him he “should be ashamed" of himself and that “If I could give you jail time on this, I would."

Federal appeals court sends Texas abortion law case to Republican-majority state Supreme Court

A federal appeals court on Monday punted a case about Texas' controversial abortion law to the state's majority-Republican Supreme Court, dealing another defeat to those opposed to the legislation that bans abortion after a fetal heartbeat is detected.

Chicago firefighters find baby abandoned in duffel bag in below-freezing snow, police say

Chicago firefighters found an abandoned baby boy dead in a duffel bag outside their firehouse Saturday, according to authorities.

Idaho PD chief under investigation over chokehold demonstration that allegedly injured fellow officer: report

The police chief of Idaho's capital and largest city is being investigated over allegations that he put another officer in a chokehold that resulted in injuries during a demonstration.

Oklahoma pastor accused of smearing spit on man’s face during sermon in viral video

An Oklahoma pastor is getting some flak online for what many deemed was an unhygienic sermon on Sunday.

Colleges adding COVID-19 restrictions as classes prepare to resume

Colleges across the country are continuing to format learning environments amid a surge in cases of the omicron variant of COVID-19, installing restrictions that have interrupted campus life as some classes move online and student activities remain limited.

Soft-on-crime Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg says there has been an uptick in gun crimes

New Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg, whom critics have slammed for his soft-on-crime policies, said Monday that his office was urgently addressing a spike in gun crimes.

Louisiana National Guard uses old Christmas trees for emergency training

The Christmas Tree Drop serves as a training exercise for the Louisiana National Guard where guardsmen practice skills they'll use in an emergency.

Malik Faisal Akram: What to know about Texas synagogue hostage suspect

Following the hours-long standoff at Congregation Beth Israel in Colleyville, Texas — about 15 miles northeast of Fort Worth — on Saturday that ended with the suspect, 44-year-old Malik Faisal Akram, dead and all hostages safe, the FBI has extended investigations to London and Tel Aviv to determine if he acted alone or with others.

Philadelphia helicopter pilot of medical flight that crash-landed with no fatalities credits God as 'co-pilot'

The pilot who crash-landed a medical helicopter without any loss of life last in Philadelphia last week thanked his flight crew, first responders and God as his "co-pilot" on Sunday as he was released from the hospital.

NYC subway attack victim Michelle Alyssa Go to be honored with Times Square candlelight vigil

The young New York City woman who was killed when a stranger shoved her in front of an oncoming train will be honored Tuesday night at a candlelight vigil in Times Square not far from where she spent her last moments.

Head of New York university system officially resigns after texts about Cuomo's accuser uncovered

The former head of New York State's university system officially left office last week after authorities released evidence as part of an investigation into former Gov. Andrew Cuomo that revealed text messages about a former aide who accused the governor of creating a toxic workplace.

Virginia man arrested in ‘abduction’ of missing store clerk Ahreal Smith last seen taking out trash after work

Virginia police have arrested a 50-year-old man in connection with the suspicious disappearance of a 28-year-old woman who vanished last week minutes after the end of her shift at work.

Father of slain UCLA grad student blames politicians for crime spike

The shattered father of a UCLA graduate student stabbed to death in a random attack last week blamed politicians for letting criminals run rampant on the streets.

Hundreds mark MLK Day marching across Frederick Douglass Bridge, demand voting legislation

Hundreds marched across the Frederick Douglass Memorial Bridge in Washington, D.C., on Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

Ohio man steals car with sleeping passenger in back who texted real-time updates, police say

Ohio man steals car from teens looking to trade it in at dealership with sleeping passenger in back, leads police on chase.

California agrees to remove Aztec, Ashe chants from curriculum after legal challenge

California will remove controversial chants from its ethnic studies model curriculum after multiple parents sued, alleging it was violating the state and federal constitutions.

Texas deputy dead after allegedly shooting herself after argument with firefighter boyfriend

Houston firefighter says his deputy girlfriend shot herself in the head during an argument.

Wisconsin man was handling firearm that discharged, killing 8-year-old child: 'Put down the guns'

Acting Milwaukee Mayor Cavalier Johnson asked citizens to "please, put down the guns" after a 47-year-old man was arrested Saturday when a firearm he was holding discharged, striking and killing an 8-year-old girl.

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