Prince George's County Police
Police have arrested the suspect in a fatal stabbing at a Popeyes restaurant in Oxon Hill, Maryland.
Ricoh McClain, 30, was arrested after a 10-day search, Prince George's County Police said early Thursday. Police didn't say where or when he was found.
McClain had been charged in an arrest warrant with first and second-degree murder in the death of 28-year-old Kevin Davis of Oxon Hill, Prince George's County police said.
Worcester Fire Department
A Massachusetts fire lieutenant died early Wednesday as he and his crew responded to report of a trapped baby during a raging fire at an apartment building.
Worcester Fire Chief Michael Lavoie said Lt. Jason Menard, a 39-year-old husband and father of three, died of his injuries after his "heroic efforts" to save people in the four-alarm fire at 7 Stockholm Street.
Lavoie said fire authorities received reports of a baby trapped on the third floor of the building as well as a report of a trapped resident around 1 a.m.
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New York City’s famous bull is charging to a new home, thanks to plans the city is crafting. The mayor’s office said last week they intend to move the Charging Bull statue from its current location at the base of Broadway at Lower Manhattan’s Bowling Green, and on Thursday they confirmed the move would happen this winter. Pending a review by the Public Design Commission, the statue will be moved to one of the pedestrian plazas near the New York Stock Exchange on Wall Street, which are closed to vehicles.
A student killed a fellow student and wounded three more in a shooting Thursday at a college in Russia before taking his own life, police said.
Russia’s state Investigative Committee said the 19-year-old shooter brought a hunting rifle to class in Blagoveshchensk near the border with China and opened fire on students, killing one and severely injuring three more.
It wasn’t immediately clear what prompted the attack. The attacker shot himself soon after the police arrived.
Police in Harlem pinned down and arrested a man they say was illegally selling candy on a subway platform, video shows.
The four officers were seen in cellphone video holding the man down on the subway platform for the 4/5/6 trains on 125th Street and Lexington Avenue around 7 p.m. Tuesday. Police said they had asked 26-year-old Byron Shark for his ID several times, but he refused.
When the officers tried to arrest him for peddling the subway sweets on the northbound platform, they said he resisted, forcing them to bring him to the ground — which is when witnesses started recording the incident.
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A North Texas man described as "extraordinarily violent" and one who "deals in terror" has been sentenced to death for fatally shooting and mutilating the bodies of his roommate and his roommate's girlfriend.
The Tarrant County jurors, who deliberated for more than five hours last week before finding Hector Acosta-Ojeda guilty of capital murder in the September 2017 killings of Erick Zelaya and his 17-year-old girlfriend Iris Chirinos, took another four hours Wednesday to decide to sentence him to death.
Former Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick is entering the Democratic presidential nomination, two sources told NBC10 Boston, becoming the second Bay State politician to enter the party's already crowded field.
Patrick has called party leaders and supporters and plans to be in New Hampshire by the end of the week, the sources said. Politicians have until Friday to add their names to the state's first-in-the-nation primary ballot.
For the first time, the Democrats’ case for President Donald Trump’s impeachment streamed from Americans’ TVs Wednesday, including a new contention that he was overheard asking about political “investigations” that he demanded from Ukraine in trade for military aid.
On Day One of extraordinary public U.S. House hearings — only the fourth formal impeachment effort in U.S. history — career diplomats testified in the open after weeks of closed-door interviews aimed at removing the nation’s 45th president.
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Despite what you may see on your Facebook news feed, Costco isn't giving away coupons for free.
The members-only warehouse retailer took to social media Tuesday night to clear up what the company called a scam - a link circulating that claimed Costco was giving away a $75 coupon to anyone who shares the web page.
"Despite several posts out there, Costco is NOT giving away $75 coupons," the company posted on its Facebook page. "While we love our fans and our members, this offer is a SCAM, and in no way affiliated with Costco. Thanks to our fans for letting us know about this recurring hoax!"
A man allegedly involved in a family disturbance wielding a 3-foot sword was fatally shot Wednesday by a deputy on the campus of a Los Angeles high school.
The man was pronounced dead at the scene of the shooting. His name was not immediately released. No deputies, students or staff were injured.
According to the sheriff's department, deputies responded to a family disturbance call at about 8:35 a.m. in the 900 block of North Miller Avenue, not far from the school. Sheriff's officials said the suspect had a restraining order against him, and was carrying a 3-foot sword.
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Kylie Jenner's alleged trespasser is going away for quite a bit of time. Keep reading for all the details.
Metropolitan Police Department
Police in Washington, D.C, said they are investigating a possible anti-gay attack after a suspect with a machete chased two men into an apartment building lobby.
D.C. police are searching for the suspect over the incident caught on surveillance video. The victims told police they were walking south in the 1200 block of North Capitol Street NW at about 11 p.m. Friday when one of the two men said to the other, "f--- you," a police report says.
The suspect, who was walking north, heard the comment and assumed it was directed toward him, the report says.
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A Hawaii man was surfing with his girlfriend when — instead of hanging 10 — he knelt down on one knee on his board and proposed.
Hawaii News Now reported that Lauren Oiye said yes just before Chris Garth dropped the ring in the ocean.
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Three universities and a health care institution are sharing a gift of more than $1 billion that’s one of the largest in the history of higher education, they announced Wednesday.
Receiving $260 million apiece will be Duke University, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the University of Southern California, and the Cleveland Clinic. The institutions are free to use the money as they see fit.
The gifts come from this year’s sale of the Lord Corp. to Parker-Hannifin Corp for $3.68 billion. Lord made products that dampened noise and vibration, specialty adhesives and other products used by automotive and aerospace industries.