SAN DIEGO — Former Buffalo Bills punter and standout San Diego State University football player Matt Araiza will not be charged in connection with the reported gang rape of a 17-year-old girl at an off-campus party last year, officials announced Wednesday. The District Attorney Office said none of his former Aztec teammates will be charged in a case that rocked the university over the summer ...
Thursday will be a big day for Missouri. It’s the day the constitutional amendment legalizing recreational marijuana use goes into effect, allowing Missourians 21 or older to legally buy or possess up to three ounces of marijuana and grow up to six marijuana plants. It’s also the day Missouri’s Department of Corrections says 565 people […]
Broadcaster Dan McLaughlin, the television voice of the Cardinals, was charged on Monday with a felony count of "persistent" driving while intoxicated. It is at least his third DWI arrest.
The suspect accused of entering a Colorado Springs gay nightclub and killing five people and wounding 17 others was formally charged with hate crimes as well as murder on Tuesday.
Florida has removed quarterback Jalen Kitna from the roster following his arrest on child pornography charges.
'Squid Game' actor O Yeong-su will stand trial in February on indecent assault charges.
Gators backup QB Jalen Kitna arrested on child porn charges
In Portugal's World Cup win a protester ran on the field with a Superman shirt that said “Save Ukraine” and “Respect for Iranian woman.” Here's today's news.
The white gunman who massacred 10 Black shoppers and workers at a Buffalo supermarket has pleaded guilty to murder and hate-motivated terrorism charges. The charges carry an automatic sentence of life in prison.
Seven Michigan State football players have been charged for their actions during a postgame melee, with one being charged with felonious assault. Here's that and some more of today's news.
Charges have been filed against an area teen related to an alleged shooting that seriously injured three juveniles at the Bone Hole Swimming A…
The man suspected of killing five people and wounding 17 others at a Colorado Springs LGBTQ nightclub will face multiple murder and hate crime…
PennyGem’s Chloe Hurst helps you navigate ‘aging in place’ to mitigate your financial burden!
President Biden's condemnation of "junk fees" lit a fire under a fair number of Washington bureaucracies. Getting rid of junk fees sounds like a great idea, but to do that, you first need to have a clear idea of just what a junk fee is. And then you have to decide on an appropriate remedy; whether simple disclosure is sufficient, or the fee should be banned. At least in travel, those aren't easy calls. Candidates come in several flavors:
The Verge reports that Twitter's new owner, Elon Musk, is already putting changes into motion.
Two men accused of stuffing walleye with lead weights and fish fillets in a fishing tournament pleaded not guilty to cheating and other charges.
A teenager pleaded guilty to terrorism and first-degree murder in a Michigan school shooting that killed four students and put a focus on the boy's home life.
The NFL fined Bucs QB Tom Brady $11,139 for attempting to kick the Falcons’ Grady Jarrett after Brady was tackled. So there you have it: the league’s first roughing-the-sacker penalty. Headlines — At Fark.com: “What are you in for? Bank robbery. You? Murder. You? Cheating at fishing.” — At BorowitzReport.com: “Herschel Walker categorically denies ever playing football.” On thin ice The Western ...
Actor Cuba Gooding Jr. has resolved his New York City forcible touching case with a guilty plea to a lesser charge and no jail time.
Jennifer Siebel Newsom, an award-winning filmmaker and wife of California Gov. Gavin Newsom, is set to testify in the sexual assault trial of …
No one was charged when staff were caught on tape threatening violence against a Choate resident who has developmental disabilities. New reporting shows a culture of cover-ups at the facility.
President Biden said Thursday that he's pardoning individuals charged with simple marijuana possession on a federal level, but his decision doesn't affect broad groups of Americans and non-citizens.