Nadia Brichikov died in a Knights Inn room. Surveillance camera captured her last moments while people passed the open room, unconcerned.
Fort Madison police are investigating a house hit by gunfire Monday night and believe the shooting was intended as a threat to the resident.
Police said they “began zeroing in” on the suspect quickly, thanks to an outpouring of tips from the public. But a second suspect is still at large.
“If history tells us anything, it is going to tell us that the police are not capable of policing themselves.”
A 13-year-old student in Henrico County, Virginia, suffered second and third-degree burns last week when a schoolmate set his hair […] The post Middle school student charged after allegedly lighting classmate’s hair on fire appeared first on TheGrio.
Talking about the vaccination gap at the World Economic Forum's virtual Davos Agenda conference, World Health Organization's (WHO) Emergencies Director Mike Ryan said that over half of the world's population has received both doses of a COVID-19 vaccine, but only 7% of the population has been fully vaccinated in Africa. The discovery of the Omicron variant in southern Africa has heightened claims that low inoculation rates can encourage viral mutations, which can then spread to countries where rates are much higher.
A man who busted up artwork and display cases in Manchester’s town hall lobby five years ago, cryptically explaining that he thought his life was being televised, returned late last week and again allegedly vandalized the lobby, police say. The man was arrested Thursday on charges that included first-degree criminal mischief, second-degree reckless endangerment and carrying a dangerous weapon. ...
Non-violent offenders are offered a hand up out of drug use and mental illness in one of Polk Country's most successful programs — Problem-Solving Court.
The Plainfield Police Department, Clark-Pleasant Community Schools and other agencies near Indianapolis are using Flock Safety license plate readers.
The Herkimer Police Department have made two arrests in connection to a homicide attempt last November, according to a statement released Tuesday.
Hundreds of mourners turned out Tuesday in Ireland for the funeral Mass of a 23-year-old elementary school teacher whose slaying has reignited debate about how to tackle violence against women. Police said Tuesday they arrested a man in his 30s on suspicion of murder in the case of Ashling Murphy, a musician and teacher whose body was found on the banks of a canal near the town of Tullamore in central Ireland on Jan. 12. The killing has touched a nerve with many women in Ireland and beyond, because media reports suggested that Murphy was targeted when she was out jogging in the afternoon.
Margarito Martínez Esquivel and José Luis Gamboa are the latest casualties in the world’s most dangerous country for reporters outside war zones Friends and neighbors gathered where photojournalist Margarito Martinez Esquivel was killed outside his home, in Tijuana on 17 January. Photograph: Jorge Dueñes/Reuters Mexico’s embattled press corps has suffered a shattering start to the new year with the murders of two journalists who had dared chronicle their country’s slide into drug and corruption-
There's also a virtual jungle of stylish containers in which to show them off. And Urban Outfitters’ pair of bookend vessels also serves a dual purpose; the terracotta glaze gives them a nice look on a shelf.
An 18-year-old male has been charged with capital murder in the shooting death of a 16-year-old male in Northport on Monday, January, 17.
The maximum bail amount for a murder charge was set at $150,000 before the Alabama Supreme Court approved a recommendation to raise it to $1.5 million.
The European Space Agency has narrowed down the candidate list for its next generation of astronauts, including dozens who have a physical disability. ESA said Tuesday it has reduced these to fewer than 1,400 — including 29 of whom have a physical disability — and hoped to cut the shortlist down to several tens of candidates by the end of the year for the four to six positions on its astronaut training program. The agency's director-general, Josef Aschbacher, said the selection process would be accompanied by a feasibility study to determine the implications of choosing candidates with disabilities “but, yes, we are committed at ESA to open space to everyone.”
Jan. 18—The death of a Dayton man who was accused of stealing a police cruiser and killing two girls was ruled an accident by the Montgomery County Coroner's Office. Raymond Walters, 34, was pronounced dead on Nov. 16 at Miami Valley Hospital. He died of methamphetamine intoxication, according to the coroner's report. Walters was an inmate at the Montgomery County Jail at the time of his ...
Jan. 18—Two people are dead and another wounded following a triple shooting Monday night inside a house in Riverside. Police were called around 7 p.m. for the shooting inside the house in the 4500 block of Richland Drive, which was temporarily closed between Ames and Mayapple avenues. "Three people total have been shot. There is one deceased of the three inside of the residence. One was ...
A woman was injured when she was pushed to the ground during a weekend purse-snatching outside a Southington store, police said. The woman’s leg, buttocks and back were injured during the theft, which happened about 2 p.m. Sunday outside Bed, Bath & Beyond, 835 Queen St. Police said they later found the crashed getaway car — which had been stolen — in Waterbury, but its masked occupants had ...
GENEVA (Reuters) -A World Health Organization committee urged COVID-19 vaccine manufacturers on Tuesday to provide it with the data it requires in order to list their shots for emergency use, saying the delays were affecting equitable vaccine access. An emergency use listing with the U.N. agency means shots can be shipped to multiple developing nations that rely on WHO guidance for their regulatory decisions. "The Committee recognized the challenges posed by some manufacturers’ delayed submission of vaccine data to WHO," its Emergency Committee said in a statement, urging vaccine producers to supply the data as soon as possible.
Jan. 18—A trial that was scheduled to begin today in Butler County Common Pleas Court for a Hamilton man charged with murder in the 2018 shooting death of a 16-year-old girl has been continued. Markeylnd Townsend, 22, was indicted in April for murder with a gun specification and felonious assault stemming from a July 2018 incident in Fairfield Twp. He is accused of firing a weapon into a car ...
Studies have shown an initial course of COVID-19 vaccines - typically given in two doses - may not be enough to halt infection from Omicron, but a booster shot may help. The World Health Organization has said in recent months that administering primary doses - rather than boosters - should be the priority, though it has recommended boosters for those with health issues or who received an inactivated vaccine. Canada has authorised booster shots for people aged 18 years and older, after earlier recommending them to those moderately or severely immunocompromised.
“Air travel is a funnel point through which millions of Americans pass each week. Requiring vaccinations would save lives.”
“Get ready for a snarled mess at airports around the country if airlines are forced to verify that passengers are vaccinated.”
“The only way to protect our industries, our work and our economy is to mandate vaccines on airplanes and schools, etc.”
“Of course airplanes, thanks to their ventilation systems, are the opposite of superspreader sites.”
“At the very least, Biden should extend that 24-hour testing requirement to all domestic air travel.”