A fire broke out at a truck stop in San Antonio, sending large clouds of smoke into the air. The fire began inside of a Denny’s kitchen that is attached to a travel center.

Mississippi is paroling fewer inmates despite their expanding eligibility in 2021. Prison populations may increase over time, leaving the board concerned about decreased parole rates.

Giving Tuesday has raised $3.1 billion for charitable causes on its 10th anniversary, a record amount even though the economy suffers from high inflation.

The dean of students at a Washington, D.C. elementary school has been arrested for exposing himself to two women at a park and charged with indecent exposure.

The search for a missing 5-year-old South Carolina girl, Aspen Jeter, is now focusing on her father as Orangeburg authorities revealed her mother was found shot to death.

Former U.S. Army Sgt. Joel Gomez died 18 years after suffering catastrophic injuries during combat operations in Iraq and was laid to rest with full military honors.

A Mississippi man is out on bond after being accused of biting someone’s nose off after an argument about a golf game. The man was charged with felony mayhem and booked on a $50K bond.

A Florida man crashed an SUV into a fireworks store which sparked a huge fire. The crash destroyed the building and killed the driver. Prior to the crash he rear-ended another vehicle.

Fonda Spratt, 56, is accused of barging into her neighbor’s home and shooting her in Flowery Branch, Georgia, on Tuesday over a dispute about barking dogs.

Oakland, California, voters passed a ballot measure that gives residents of the city $100 “Democracy Dollars” vouchers every two years that they can donate to local political campaigns.

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