New York City Police are searching for a female suspect accused of splashing an “unknown chemical substance” on a 21-year-old victim at a Brooklyn subway station.
Hundreds of San Francisco Health Department employees are believed to be holding second jobs in violation of government policy that requires permission.
More than $27 million in community development grants has been approved in Tennessee. The grants will help the community with health and safety initiatives and housing rehabilitation.
The trial of a sheriff in Washington state has started after a delay from the flu. The officer is being charged with two misdemeanors stemming from a confrontation with a Black man.
Shanda Vander Ark, 43, of Norton Shores, Michigan, was deemed competent to stand trial for open murder and first-degree child abuse for allegedly torturing and starving her son.
Ex-convict Eric Holland was sentenced to at least 18 years after Vegas authorities found coolers containing his friend’s severed head and dismembered body in a stolen car.
ACLU has filed a complaint against the city of Phoenix to halt the sweeping of homeless camps. The organization claims the movement destroys their belongings and even legal documents.
The California Supreme Court threw out a conviction of a gang member who was indicted with conspiracy to murder. Nicholas Hoskins was originally sentenced to 25 years to life in prison.
A teenage boy was taken into custody after allegedly firing shots on campus at Arizona State University. No injuries were reported, and students were told to seek shelter.
Lee Quevon Walker was driving with his 3-year-old son and girlfriend on Thanksgiving when he was hit by a truck in California. Walker then pursued the vehicle and shot the driver.