United States

Woman breaks into home, found taking bath and eating Cheetos: cops

A Louisiana woman received an unpleasant surprise when she returned from work Tuesday evening to find a naked woman in her bathtub, munching on some Cheetos while taking a bath.

United States

Package bomber set to die Thursday awaits US Supreme Court decision on appeal

An 83-year-old death row inmate in Alabama, who was convicted in a December 1989 package bombing that killed a federal judge, is scheduled to die Thursday evening – unless his final appeal is successful.

United States

Man impersonated soldier, ran off with $100G marquise diamond, police say

A man is accused of impersonating a soldier, fabricating a story about an engagement and stealing a $100,000 diamond from a store in Washington state, authorities said Wednesday.

United States

Man stole ticket from Don Larsen's 1956 perfect game, police say

A Louisiana man this week had a valuable World Series ticket from New York Yankees pitcher Don Larsen’s 1956 perfect game — the only perfect game thrown during a World Series — stolen by a homeless man he had befriended, according to authorities.

United States

Florida mother allegedly killed her newborn twins; one found in trash

A Florida mother told police she thought she was suffering from heartburn, before she birthed stillborn twins over a toilet at her home, according to court documents.

United States

Death of H.R. McMaster's father under investigation, reportedly 'suspicious'

Authorities in Pennsylvania are reportedly looking into the "suspicious" death of the father of former National Security Adviser Gen. H.R. McMaster.

United States

911 operator who hung up on emergency calls is sentenced to jail

A former 911 operator who hung up the phone "thousands" of times on people attempting to call in emergencies in Harris County, Texas has been sentenced to jail time.

United States

Jury convicts New York City nanny of killing 2 kids in 2012

A jury in New York has found Manhattan nanny Yoselyn Ortega guilty Wednesday of killing two children in 2012.

United States

Pittsburgh police warn officers to bring 'riot gear' to work in event Trump fires Mueller

Rumors spread by left-leaning groups alleging President Trump will fire special counsel Robert Mueller have begun prompting official action, with Pittsburgh’s police department preparing for an eventuality the commander-in-chief has said will never come

Health

Colorado boy, 4, battling cancer named honorary police officer: 'It has answered our prayers'

The Colorado Springs Police Department has a new member: Joshua Salmoiraghi, a 4-year-old boy battling cancer.

United States

Texas house explosion, fireball captured on dashcam video

Video from a police dashcam released Wednesday shows the moment officers arrived at a home in Texas just as it exploded into a large fireball.

United States

Beauty queen wife of 'El Chapo' expresses concerns about his health while in solitary confinement

The 28-year-old beauty queen wife of notorious Mexican cartel kingpin Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman expressed concerns Tuesday about the drug lord's health while he's holed up in solitary confinement.

United States

Illegal immigrant Uber driver raped passenger then fled to native Ghana, police say

A Massachusetts woman is outraged that the Uber driver who she says raped her in the back of his car posted bail and fled the country.

United States

Janitor stole hard drives holding taxpayer data, hoping to download games, authorities say

A janitor who cleaned the offices of the Florida Department of Revenue was charged Tuesday with taking four hard drives containing sensitive information about taxpayers, authorities said.

United States

Georgia deputy stabbed in sheriff's office restroom, suspect shot dead, officials say

A Georgia deputy was injured Tuesday night after being stabbed in a sheriff’s office restroom by a man who authorities say became hostile before eventually being fatally shot by another deputy.

United States

Slain police officer's funeral set for Wednesday after thousands attend wake

A funeral was scheduled for Wednesday morning for a Massachusetts police officer who was fatally shot last week while serving a warrant.

United States

640 pounds of high explosives stolen in Pennsylvania; ATF offers reward

Authorities in Pennsylvania were searching Wednesday for more than 640 pounds of high explosives that were reportedly stolen over the weekend from a work site in Lancaster County.

United States

Man busted in theft of missing skateboarding English bulldog

An Indiana man was collared for the theft of a skateboarding English bulldog – but authorities were still searching for the beloved stunt dog.

United States

Man who was 'gathering souls' shoots 4, kills 1 within hours, officials say

A Wisconsin man told a childhood friend he was “gathering souls” last week before shooting him and three other people, killing one, within a three-hour period, officials said Monday.

United States

Kidnapping suspect arrested, but woman who was abducted still missing

Authorities on Tuesday continued the desperate search for a Tennessee woman, even after the man accused of attacking and kidnapping her was taken into custody hours earlier.

United States

Disgruntled Vegas casino employee killed co-worker, wounded executive in targeted shooting, cops say

Las Vegas police were on a manhunt Tuesday for The Venetian casino-resort employee who killed a co-worker and injured another person in a targeted shooting at a park during the weekend, authorities said.

United States

New York man stole more than $16G using great-grandmother, dead grandfather's identities, cops say

An upstate New York man stole the identities of his 100-year-old great-grandmother and his dead grandfather to buy more than $16,000 worth of goods and services, police said Monday.

United States

Texas deputy wounded in shooting while responding to disturbance call, police say

A Texas constable deputy was wounded and transferred to a hospital early Tuesday after being shot responding to a disturbance call, police said.

United States

Sacramento police release dozens more videos from Stephon Clark shooting

The Sacramento Police Department released on Monday more than 50 new video files and two audio files of last month’s shooting of an unarmed black man in his grandparents’ backyard.

United States

Protesters march to various Starbucks cafes in Philadelphia following controversial arrests

Protesters in Pennsylvania marched to various Starbucks locations in Philadelphia's Center City on Monday to continue protesting the controversial arrests of two black men at one of the chain's locations last week.

United States

Binghamton University cancels classes after second student murder in 5 weeks

A university in New York canceled classes Monday after the second murder of a student in five weeks.

United States

Frat brothers plead guilty, receive jail time in Florida State hazing death

Five former members of a Florida State University fraternity pleaded guilty on Monday and will serve jail time in the hazing death of Andrew Coffey.

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