A forensic anthropologist is studying human remains found in woods off a dirt road by a man who was taking a bathroom break in the woods a few weeks ago, authorities said.
Shannon Keeler helped another student get away from a “creepy guy” at a college party, only to end up as his victim. Keeler is trying again to get authorities to make an arrest in her 2013 sexual assault after receiving a series of online messages.
Walter Olkewicz, the gentle giant who stole scenes in “Twin Peaks,” “Seinfeld” and “Grace Under Fire,” has died at 72.
President Joe Biden on Saturday became the first U.S. president to acknowledge the killing of more than a million Armenians by Ottoman Turks more than a century ago as genocide, a move that could complicate an already strained relationship between the U.S. and Turkey.
A 24-year-old Beverly Hills man was arrested Friday on suspicion of attempting to hire a hitman to kill a woman he briefly dated and who had repeatedly tried to end the relationship, the U.S. Department of Justice said.
The Gaston County Police Department and Gaston County Animal Care & Enforcement have been investigating reports of dogfighting at a home on Queens Road in Gastonia, the Gaston County Police Department reports.
The Dungeons & Dragons Movie Casts Yet Another Hot Person.
Pew pew pew! Wild Wild West at the dog park. A trip to an Oklahoma dog park ended with a gunshot Saturday when a pet owner fired at someone else’s dog, police say.
I’ve seen this before. (Spoiler alert) It ends with Charlton Heston screaming at the Statue of Liberty.
A new loricifera species, Nanaloricus mathildeae.
A federal jury has awarded $75 million to two brothers in North Carolina, decades after they were convicted of rape and murder they did not commit.
A Massachusetts Uber driver has been charged with kidnapping after allegedly trapping a female passenger in his car by enabling the child safety locks before climbing into the back seat as she screamed for him to let her out.
A Gilmanton teenager has been credited with saving a life after a virtual call for help from over 800 miles away.
Minnesota State Trooper Albert Kuehne sat in his cruiser in March 2020 and scrolled through a phone belonging to a 25-year-old woman he’d just detained on suspicion of drunken driving. As paramedics evaluated the woman, who had crashed her car, he clicked through her photos.