A S.C. judge sentenced the leader of a Miami-based ID-theft ring to nine years in prison. The ring installed “skimmers” on gas pumps across the Southeast, using the stolen information to buy gift cards.
Lonneil White was released from the Palo Pinto County Jail in Texas on a personal recognizance bond after he was previously being held on a $750,000 bond by the County, to avoid paying for an expensive surgery.
Is it legal to eat roadkill in California? A new bill would allow drivers to salvage and consume meat from wildlife animals hit by vehicles. The state law covers deer, elk, antelope, wild pigs killed by cars.
Dave Toliver of Daytona Beach, Florida, was charged with criminal damage to property in East St. Louis. Deputies say he threw an old toilet through the window of a Board of Education building in St. Clair County.
Jim Boeheim, the Syracuse Orange men’s college basketball hall of fame coach, struck & killed a man on Interstate 690 in New York following his team’s win over Louisville Cardinals at the Carrier Dome.
Islands of Adventure at Universal Orlando Resort announced that its new Harry Potter-based amusement park coaster, “Hagrid’s Magical Creatures Motorbike Adventure,” opens at the Florida park on June 13.
The number of hate groups in the US is growing according to a new report from the Southern Poverty Law Center. Those organizations include the KKK, white nationalists, patriot movement and anti-LGBT groups.
A “trail of soda” led an Oklahoma cop to a man who stole a Pepsi truck to get to the airport after a fight with his girlfriend, Tulsa police said. Steven Hart was “slinging soda pop” as he drove, officers said.
Twitter has suddenly noticed there is a statue of a young, shirtless Abraham Lincoln at the LA courthouse, which prompted a public love-fest. The statue was created in 1939 but looks like a 2019 runway model.
Triston Bailey, 18, from Mansfield, Texas, fell 50 feet from the Margaret McDermott Bridge in Dallas while taking a selfie and is warning people not to do the same. Doctors say it is a miracle that he survived.
Army and National Guard veteran Richard Parker of Pascagoula introduces his dogs, one a certified service animal and the other one ‘in training.’ Both help the veteran cope with the PTSD three combat tours have left him with.