(BUFFALO, N.Y.) -- In the four months since a gunman killed 10 Black people at the Buffalo, New York supermarket where he works, Carlton Steverson said he has been reeling with questions of why he survived the racially motivated rampage and racked with paranoia... Read More.
(JACKSON, Miss.) -- When Jackson, Mississippi, residents lost access to clean water late last month, federal, state and local officials scrambled to fix an infrastructure problem deeper than just money could solve. In August, historic flooding in Mississippi damaged a major pump at the O.B.... Read More.
(HOUSTON) -- A toddler was found dead inside a car that was stolen after the child's father was shot and killed in Houston on Tuesday, police said. "We are asking for a lot of things from the public right now," Houston Police Executive Assistant Chief... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- The Washington Monument has been temporarily closed after a man vandalized the national landmark with profanities and red paint. The incident occurred on Tuesday evening when the unnamed male suspect splashed the base of the historical monument with red paint and wrote an... Read More.
(JACKSON, Miss.) -- As Jackson, Mississippi, continues efforts to recover from the city's water crisis this summer, residents have filed a class action lawsuit against former and current city officials, as well as infrastructure engineering companies, for their alleged role in neglecting or worsening... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- A Kentucky man currently serving a life sentence for a deadly 1997 school shooting said he feels responsible for school shootings that have happened in the U.S. On Dec. 1, 1997, then-14-year-old Michael Carneal opened fire on a prayer group at Heath... Read More.
(MARTHA'S VINYARD, MA) -- A Texas sheriff said Monday he was opening a criminal investigation into Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis' migrant flight to Martha's Vineyard as the stunt continues to draw criticism from Democrats and even some Republicans and DeSantis defends what he calls... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Author George M. Johnson has found himself at the center of a culture war over what kids can read. Johnson’s memoir, “All Boys Aren’t Blue,” which chronicles his experience growing up as a Black queer man, is the second most banned book... Read More.
(LAS VEGAS) -- The Clark County District Attorney officially filed a criminal complaint against county official Robert Telles, charging him with two felony counts of murder in the killing of Las Vegas investigative journalist Jeff German. Telles, 45, who will be represented by a public... Read More.
(CHICAGO) -- At least eight people were injured in an explosion at a residential building in Chicago on Tuesday, authorities said. Of those injured, three are in serious to critical condition, the Chicago Fire Department said. The "mass casualty" incident occurred at Central and West End... Read More.
(CHICAGO) -- At least six people were injured in an explosion at a residential building in Chicago on Tuesday, authorities said. Of those injured, three are in serious to critical condition, the Chicago Fire Department said. The "mass casualty" incident occurred at Central and West End... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Hurricane Fiona strengthened to a Category 3 storm Tuesday after leaving the entire island of Puerto Rico without power. The storm system is currently carrying sustained winds of 115 mph as it moves northwest near Turks and Caicos. It could become a... Read More.