Police investigating a series of rapes found evidence linking the crimes to Kenneth Bowen III, who worked for the Clayton County Police Department for three months in 2018.
Ten-year-old Josie Larson of Monticello, Minnesota, used her lemonade stand to raise more than $1,600 for her local police department to buy body armor for working dogs.
After he was unable to get his hands on Popeyes' new fried chicken sandwich, Craig Barr filed suit against the company for compensation for his wasted time and emotional damages.
A Pennsylvania man was found guilty of disorderly conduct after making a "gunlike gesture" towards his neighbor.
Illinois' Biometric Information Privacy Act requires anyone collecting uniquely identifiable biometric data—like fingerprints or retinal scans—to receive informed consent beforehand.
Woman claimed she grabbed her weapon because she had seen "dangerous animals" coming out of the woods, but also admitted her son told her he was being bullied by classmates.
After the Department of Motor Vehicles tried to make Wendy Auger turn in her vanity plates, New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu reached out to let her keep it.
Leaders of two congregations that met inside Pittsburgh's Tree of Life synagogue oppose prosecutor's request for the death penalty against Robert Bowers, charged with killing 11 people inside the temple on October 27, 2018.
Matthew Bernard is accused of murdering his mother, sister and nephew. Police and camera crews caught up with the 18-year-old running naked through the streets of Pittsylvania.
An Oklahoma workman has been sentenced to life in prison for hiding cameras in the homes of customers and filming their children. "The day we found out what he did to our children, I could not breathe," said one parent.
A Washington State man called police to report his truck stolen. But authorities say a review of security footage showed the man burglarizing a nearby business while his vehicle was taken.
David Sheppard, 42, told police in Myrtle Beach his dealer forced him to streak to pay off a $350 debt.
"Some of us are heavily armed and mentally ill and on the verge of snapping," Joseph Lee McKinney reportedly posted on a review for a hotel in Cocoa Beach, Florida.
"The guy is lucky he didn't kill anyone and didn't get killed himself," said police captain Diedrich Hohn. "He put a lot of people in danger because what he did was a very reckless act."
Each week, students at the Akshar Foundation School in Assam are asked to bring in 25 recyclable plastic items, which are then transformed into low-cost, durable construction material.
Charlie Durham, 60, led police on a slow chase on his mobility scooter, chugging along the sidewalk as bystanders chanted "Go, old man, go!"
Judi Brown is suing a Circle K convenience store in Bolingbrook, Illinois, claiming she was subjected to slurs and invasive questions about her anatomy.
Tucker Chonka estimates he downs 7,000 calories a day during his Olive Garden binge, totaling between $7,000 to $8,000 worth of pasta, salad, soup and breadsticks
A class-action suit claims the energy drink made intentionally misleading statements about its ability to increase alertness and concentration.
Police in New South Wales police reported "inquiries determined the report was false and there was no missing [twin brother]."
Ford Models is suing former VP of operations Josee Neron, claiming she invented a story about her husband being critically ill in order to take a job at a rival agency.
For more than 25 years, the "conspiracy" has maintained the city of some 340,000 people is actually a hoax put on by the CIA, the Mossad or aliens at the local university.
The appointment of Kimberly Teehee comes as presidential contenders like Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders and Julian Castro are courting the Native American vote in the upcoming presidential election.
"Worrying about what time to post on social media so I can maximize my likes or being mad at myself that I don't look the same way I did when I was addicted to pills is a complete waste of why I was put on this Earth."
The town of Kaida has formed an all-volunteer "monkey militia" to stop macaques from raiding vegetable fields.
A spokesperson for the Chinese government said Taiwan's offer "helped cover up the criminalities of a small number of violent radicals" and offered them safe haven.
"This is not an easy conversation for a lot of people who have, frankly, been brung up in a certain way and are struggling to get on to the right side of history," the openly gay presidential candidate told CNN.
The pair, from France, was discovered with14 plastic bottles filled with white beach sand in their trunk. They claimed they didn't know it was illegal to take sand from Sardinia's beaches.