Durham police officers said they believe a school bus driver may have ordered someone to shoot a 17-year-old Northern High School student.
A beekeeper near DeLand believes that someone is poisoning his honey bees after finding dead bees all over his property, the Daytona Beach News-Journal reported.
Black rag dolls that instruct someone to abuse them were removed from the shelves of multiple One Dollar Zone stores after they drew criticism for being racist.
With one act of vandalism, a piece of Hamden history is gone. Someone chopped down a 150-year-old tree that was a landmark in town.
Odessa Police arrested a 15-year-old boy for spitting in an Arizona Tea bottle and putting it back for someone else to drink because, he said, 'it was gross.'
The Buckingham Recreational Facilities Association has a public service announcement for its visitors: Stop pooping in its pool.
Hawaii's governor has signed a bill making it easier for someone to remove a prostitution conviction from their record.
A viral video of Ivanka's awkward exchange with foreign leaders has Democrats questioning her role.
Mom says she can't understand why someone would kill bees for no apparent reason
Nevada has become the first state to ban pre-employment marijuana tests.
A concealed carry holder shot and critically wounded someone who approached him with a gun Monday in Little Village on the Southwest Side.
Jermaine Pressley allegedly heard someone trying to enter his home, so he shot through a door, killing his 23-year-old daughter.
The intruder made all the beds, neatly stacked his son's stuffed animals and left an origami rose on the toilet paper.
Nineteen weeks into 2019, there have already been 15 school shootings in the US in which someone was hurt or killed.
More than 1,000 guns were found in a home in the upscale Los Angeles neighborhood Holmby Hills.
Falwell said someone had come into possession of what Cohen described as racy "personal" photographs -- the sort that would typically be kept "between husband and wife," Cohen said in the taped conversation.
When Sgt. Kyle Holcomb sees someone climb out the window of an abandoned Oklahoma City home, he barks two quick commands. Within a second, before the person has time to comply, Holcomb fires through a hole in the fence: pop-pop-pop-pop.
Don’t look now, but our child president is throwing a hissy fit in support of his favorite entertainers.
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A Rhinelander woman was sentenced to two years in prison followed by six years of extended supervision for attempting to hire someone to kill her husband