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A woman unhappy with how she was treated on her Southwest Airlines flight from Washington, D.C., to Palm Beach is now suing the airline over the experience.
A woman on parole was charged on Thursday for hurling an anti-Asian slur at a young man on a subway in Manhattan last month, according to New York police. Tandika Wright, 35, allegedly approached the 26-year-old victim, hurled a racial slur and blamed his “people” for spreading “the virus.” Police said Wright also shoved the victim before taking off.
State Rep. Gerald Brady announced Friday he would be stepping down from his position as the representative of Delaware's fourth district effective February due to post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Brady, who served as a member of the Delaware Army National Guard during conflicts in the Middle East two decades ago, revealed he was diagnosed with PTSD and would be resigning from his position on Feb. 4, according to WDEL. “The grim reality of this condition for those of us who live with it is long periods of silent suffering, which can be punctuated by episodes or conduct that may make little sense to people who do not understand the nature of PTSD,” he said in the statement.
The Morgan County Humane Society is asking for help after it took in more than 90 animals Friday from a backyard breeder.
Police were investigating the death of a man who was reportedly killed when an explosive vest he was wearing detonated while he was driving his car in the street in the Australian city of Melbourne. The vest was understood to have been triggered by the car hitting a speed bump in suburban Hallam on Saturday morning, Seven News reported. A 43-year-old man was found dead inside his car, police said.
The defendants are accused of planning the collisions and orchestrating them mostly on secluded roads. They face up to 55 years in prison.
The former campground manager will serve more than a year behind bars for killing Lincoln, a dog belonging to a tenant she wanted to evict.
Jorja Ethridge, 17, was last seen early Sunday when she apparently wandered away from a friend’s house where she was said to be spending the night.
“Even in Hitler’s Germany, you could cross the Alps into Switzerland, you could hide in an attic like Anne Frank did,” Robert F. Kennedy Jr. said.
A man has been arrested after Robertson County Deputy Savanna Puckett was found shot and dead inside her burning home Sunday, officials said.
Three firefighters who were injured after a partial collapse at a vacant rowhome fire died Monday, city officials said. They were Lt. Paul Butrim, firefighter/paramedic Kelsey Sadler and EMT/firefighter Kenny Lacayo. Firefighters immediately encountered flames and heavy smoke pouring out of a vacant three-story rowhome around 6 a.m. in the 200 block of South Stricker Street.
The NLRB found merit in a claim that Smith was fired in retaliation for his union activity, an NLRB spokesperson told Bloomberg and Insider.
A Denton woman told medical staff that her grandson was critically injured after falling down stairs. Authorities say she killed him.
Medical examiner released findings one day after family of Lauren Smith-Fields accused police department of being ‘racially insensitive’ in handling the investigation
According to police, the man, now identified as 41-year-old Billy Atkins, of Salem, Indiana, tried to run officials down with his vehicle.
The long-running case of a former deep-sea treasure hunter marking his sixth year in jail for refusing to disclose the whereabouts of missing gold coins has hit yet another roadblock. Research scientist Tommy Thompson has been held in contempt of court since Dec. 15, 2015, for that refusal. A hearing held Monday in hopes of helping draw the case to a conclusion ended with a federal judge giving Thompson two months to find a new attorney ahead of yet another hearing.
Christopher Burrows, 37, of Nevada, crashed his Ford F-150 near the South Duff Avenue exit. Ames police found Burrows passed out in the driver's seat.
The man was fired from his financial adviser job at Merrill Lynch.