Beast of Bourbon: Ohio 'Bottle Lottery' Serves Up a Chance at Rare Booze
All individuals must be over the age of 21 to enter the drawing.
Judge Overrules Texas Mask Mandate Ban for Violating Disabilities Act
The announcement was made regarding the overturning of the mandate, which was set forth by Governor Greg Abbott in May.
'Rust' Armorer Hannah Gutierrez-Reed Victim of 'Sabotage', Lawyer Says
The lawyer's remarks came a day after Gutierrez-Reed sat down with the Santa Fe Sheriff's Office for another interview.
Man Who Supplied Pills to Mac Miller's Drug Dealer to Plead Guilty
Prosecutors allege that Ryan Michael Reavis and others continued to sell the drugs "with full knowledge of the risk of their products."
Texas to Host Football Game for 90,000 Fans After Canceled Vets Day Parade
There's a reason Austin can host some big events, and not others, during COVID protocols.
Woman Could Face 10 Years for Stealing Sister's Veterans Benefits
On Tuesday, 60-year-old Robin Calef pleaded guilty to one count of theft of government funds for stealing $102,289.62 in government funds that were meant for her deceased sister, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of Massachusetts.
Florida Man Gets 25 Years in Child Porn Bust
On Thursday, 45-year-old Dwight Castaldi was sentenced to 25 years in prison and supervised release for life for convincing young girls to send him sexually explicit pictures of themselves and pretending to be a teenager during online chats.
Over Two-Thirds of South Koreans Back U.S. Alliance, Up From Less Than Half
67 percent of South Koreans view the alliance as a favorable measure under President Joe Biden, which is a "substantial" increase from last year's 47 percent, and the two years prior to 2020 under Trump.
Fire at Toledo's Lone Abortion Clinic Deemed Arson
On October 28, when firefighters arrived at the city's only abortion clinic, flames were surrounding an electrical box on an exterior wall.
'Baby Shark' on Repeat Used as 'Torture Event' Against Oklahoma Inmates
"It was unfortunate that I could not find a felony statute to fit this fact scenario," said Oklahoma District Attorney David Prater.
Stanford Student Introduces New App That Curbs College Workload
Devin Green created the program to help college students manage completing assignments, projects, and homework.
Portland Man Who Fired Gun at Courthouse Wanted Trial for 'Personal Gain'
On Tuesday, a Portland judge handed down the ruling for 40-year-old Cody Melby, who fired a 9 mm handgun in the exterior of the Mark O. Hatfield federal courthouse in downtown Portland on January 8.
Michigan Latest State to Allow 'X' Gender Marker on Driver's Licenses
On Tuesday, head of the Michigan Secretary of State (SOS) Jocelyn Benson announced in a press release that on November 10, Michigan residents will be able to select a non-binary option, labeled as an "X" for both their driver's licenses and state identification cards.
EPA Orders Michigan City to Repair Pipes, Better Inform Residents
"The people of Benton Harbor have suffered for too long," EPA Administrator Michael S. Regan said.
3-Year-Old Among 7Injured When Car Knocked Into San Diego Restaurant
As the result of the prior accident, a Honda flew into the restaurant, injuring those inside both vehicles and a number of people inside the establishment.
Texas Woman Accused of Pointing a Loaded Gun at 7-Year-Old Trick-or-Treater
On Monday, 35-year-old Monica Ann Bradford was apprehended and charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, which is a second-degree felony.
Carole Baskin Sues Netflix, Production Company Over 'Tiger King' Footage
"Tiger King 2" will premiere on Netflix on November 17.
Robert Durst Indicted for 1982 Death of His Wife
Monday's announcement of Durst's indictment comes as the 78-year-old was charged for the death of his wife, Kathie Durst, on October 22 in New York.
Walmart Shopper Charged With Hitting Woman in Head With Chicken
On Monday, 20-year-old Tahonee Fickes was accused of striking 52-year-old Kimberly Pittman with the food item.
Video Shows Senior on Bike Punched, Run Over After Picking Up Litter
According to police, the bicyclist was rushed to Illinois Masonic Hospital where he gave authorities his account of the incident.
Fully Vaccinated Non-Citizens Allowed to Enter the U.S. Starting Nov. 8
Starting Nov. 8, once eligible travelers arrive at a U.S. land Port Of Embarkation (POE) or ferry terminal, they must provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination, per the guidelines of the CDC.
Din of Gunfire Rattles Anti-Violence News Conference in St. Louis
During the event, which was hosted by St. Louis Mayor Tishaura O. Jones and Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas, Jones was talking about a previous violent crime before gunshots rang out in the distance.
Nearly 70 Percent Of The Army Is Fully Vaccinated, Pentagon Says
"We're going to make sure that every individual who has reservations about taking the vaccine, for whatever reason, is properly counseled about the safety and the efficacy of the vaccines," said Pentagon spokesman John Kirby.
Ice Cube Abandons Jack Black Movie Over Vaccine Mandate, Twitter Reacts
On Friday, public figures and fans of Ice Cube took to Twitter to voice their opinion regarding the businessman's decision to ditch the set altogether because of his refusal of the vaccine.
NAACP Encourages Professional Athletes to Not Sign With Texas Teams
The reasoning behind the letter is due to Texas Governor Greg Abbott and his recent decision-making regarding voting rights and reproductive care.
HelloFresh, EveryPlate Recall Products With Onions For Health Concerns
"Please note that onions received after September 8, 2021 are not affected by this recall," said the FDA.
Vaccinated Senior Dies When COVID Strikes His Hockey League After First Game in 18 Months
Last week, 75-year-old Garry Weston died after suffering a severe stroke while battling pneumonia, which was caused by COVID-19, according to his family.
'Rust' Producer Says It Was in 'Good Standing' With Unions
Allen Cheney's statement comes after the IATSE criticized the "Rust" production team for hiring a non-union crew when the camera team walked off set.
DOJ Earmarks $21 Million for Hate Crime Investigations and Prosecutions
On Thursday, the DOJ stated the Office of Justice Programs lead investigating and prosecuting hate crimes and in assisting victims.
New Orleans Lifts Indoor Mask Mandate After Rise in Vaccination Rates
"Even though the numbers are currently low, we must remind our residents that this pandemic is not over," said Dr. Jennifer Avegno.