Pennsylvania police searching for escaped homicide suspect find possible campsites near jail
A homicide suspect who used bed sheets to escape from a northwestern Pennsylvania jail is likely still in the area and someone may be helping him to evade capture, police said after discovering possible campsites in nearby woods.
White House criticizes Florida gun proposals in wake of deadly Central Florida shooting spree
In the wake of a deadly shooting spree that left a woman, a 9-year-old and a television reporter dead in Central Florida, the Biden administration is criticizing Florida lawmakers for working to relax state gun laws.
Father of the year: Photo of soot-covered coal miner sitting with son at Kentucky basketball game goes viral
“My amazing husband started his day at 4:45 a.m. that morning and worked all day. Then drove straight to the arena to meet us and enjoy the game with our son! We are truly blessed with such an amazing man, and beyond thankful! We love our coal miner.”
Public records shed light on migrant flights from San Antonio to Martha’s Vineyard
Public records released by the Office of Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis shed new light on the chartered flights that departed from Kelly Field in San Antonio on Sept. 14, as reported by News4JAX’s news partner KSAT in Texas.
Federal student aid website lags after Biden’s $10K loan forgiveness announcement
Hours after President Joe Biden announced many Americans can have up to $10,000 in federal student loan debt forgiven, the website that manages federal student aid became overwhelmed by those rushing to check the status of their loans and whether they qualify.
Former White House ethics czar explains handling of presidential documents in wake of Mar-a-Lago raid
After agents searched former president Donald Trump's house Monday as part of a federal investigation into documents taken from the White House, a former white house ethics czar explains how presidential documents must be handled.
Grizzly bear returns, kills woman camping in her sleep after she scared it off an hour earlier, wildlife officials
The 417-pound (189 kilogram) male grizzly bear broke her neck and severed her spine, an autopsy found, causing instantaneous death. A nearly empty can of bear spray that appeared to have been recently deployed was found under her tent, officials said.
6 dead, 30 hurt in shooting at Chicago-area July 4 parade
Police say a gunman on a rooftop opened fire on an Independence Day parade in suburban Chicago, killing at least six people, wounding at least 30 and sending hundreds of marchers, parents with strollers and children on bicycles fleeing in terror.