An SC man was pulled over and told a sheriff’s deputy his name was Michael Jackson; it wasn’t but he was wanted on charge of criminal sexual conduct with a minor and was arrested, the Berkeley County sheriff said.
Richmond, California, firefighters rescued dogs from a Sunday apartment fire in the East Bay city, and performed CPR on one until it could breathe independently, a Facebook post from the local union said.
Mark Geragos has had a long career representing high-profile clients including Michael Jackson, Colin Kaepernick and Jussie Smollett but now he might need a defense attorney himself after being named in an extortion case involving lawyer Michael Avenatti.
Accused bomb maker Saleh Ali of Salinas was sentenced after he was convicted of driving around California with IEDs he “built to kill” Orange County residents, the DA said. He called the judge a cockroach.
A member of the Billy Graham Rapid Response Team posted on Facebook how a family and one room in the house, grandmother’s prayer closet, survived the devastating tornadoes that hit the southeast killing 23.
Verizon employee Maurice German rescued a cat named Princess Momma from the top of a Port Richmond telephone pole in Philadelphia. The company suspended him for 3 weeks and donated to Pennsylvania SPCA.
Barbara Harris of North Carolina runs Project Prevention, which pays drug users who opt for birth control, media reports say. The effort in West Virginia combats the number of drug-addicted babies, reports say.
A Palm Springs, Florida, man who kept pigeons in a coop in his yard died after electrocuting himself while using a 20-foot aluminum pool pole to get a bird off a power line, Palm Beach County deputies said.
A Houston police sergeant has been charged with murder in connection to the death of his wife in Pearland, Texas police said. Husband Hilario R. Hernandez was arrested. Welinda Hernandez was a school librarian.
Millennials and other shoppers spent almost $40 billion on food, clothes, shoes, cigarettes, pets, cars, motorcycles and vacations that were purchased while they were drunk according to an annual survey
Americans have been twice as likely to experience record-breaking heat than record-setting cold, Associated Press data analysis shows. It counted the times daily hot temperature records were tied or broken compared to daily cold records.