A civil lawsuit filed on Wednesday in Chittenden County Superior Court accuses the Nectar's Bar (or it's umbrella business Ya Dude, LLC) of "causing an outrageous and unacceptable threat to public safety" on the night of Feb. 25 into Feb. 26.
"By the best available measures of the files' contents and metadata, the data was generated over decades, with the oldest data originating in 1986 and the most recent modified in 2016," read a report summary released today.
A mother's obituary was rejected by a Kentucky newspaper for blaming President Donald Trump's presidency hastening her to an early grave. Now, the newspaper is offering to republish the obituary and apologizing for the "mistake."
On Monday, the first of a series of Pacific storms pounded the region, much of which has already been reduced to scorched bare earth inflicted by wildfires.
Kyle Coleman, 29, was brought into custody after a deputy spotted a mangled Pepsi machine and a black Ford Flex idling outside Joe York Auto Sales in Asheboro, North Carolina, at around 1:30 a.m.
The Miami Gardens Police locked down a neighborhood and warned anybody who possibly sees a man believed to have shot three people Friday morning to steer clear. In a tweet, police described the suspect as "ARMED AND DANGEROUS."
Las Vegas investigators confirmed on Thursday that they issued a warrant to get a DNA sample of Cristiano Ronaldo to determine if it pairs with the dress of his rape accuser.
After downing a bottle of SX Energy Natural Power Drink a Uganda man claimed he suffered a bout of sweats, heartbeat abnormalities… and a six-hour erection due to the drink containing a key ingredient used to manufacture Viagra.
When the nurse returned to her car she told police a white man, wearing a white hoodie or jacket and black pants allegedly "made a derogatory remark to her" and then "poured a small amount of kerosene on her," before fleeing.
The shooting took place at around 1 p.m. on Friday outside of the auditorium Whitfield Hall and led to multiple law enforcement agencies to descend onto the public, coed campus.
"You look up into the sky and you see a black cloud coming toward you, getting closer and closer," Dave Cardona, who is spending his last day as the supervisor at the 548-unit complex Congress Apartments after 38 years, told Newsweek.
Lt. Brian Tate, a Columbia Police Department veteran is being probed for pillorying homeless people and slighting races while calling out gang violence as a consequence for the Confederacy's defeat in the Civil War.
Only game that's been "accidentally struck" can be consumed as meat. So drivers can't intentionally mow down a wild animal for fast food.
While the bullet missed the man, police said they found a single shell casing lying on the floor by the checkout register.
When Teresa Gostomski opened a box that she thought was a Google Home device gifted to her by her daughters on Christmas Day, she saw in its place a shrink-wrapped bag of sand.
The duel for economic superiority between Beijing and Washington D.C. has cost each country $2.9 billion a year.
The U.S. Coast Guard has been preserving its mission to carry out essential duties — without funding .
Army Spc. Torian Davis, 22, was booked on Wednesday for murder and aggravated assault charges.
The K-9 leaped onto the van's dashboard and barked at the windshield wipers swaying from side-to-side.
Indonesia's Meteorology, Geophysics and Climatology Agency urged anybody near the coastline to keep a distance of at least 500 meters.
Three Giants fans filed a federal lawsuit claiming their constitutional rights were violated and excessive force was used when law enforcement officers ejected them from Levi's Stadium in San Francisco.
Fraider Diaz-Carbajal, 35, who returned back to the States after being deported to Mexico years before, copped to killing Enedelia Perez Garcia, 27, in a gruesome second-degree murder on Aug. 12.