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(MOREHEAD, Ky.) -- For Kim Davis, the Kentucky county clerk in jail for refusing a judge’s order to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples, she herself holds a jailhouse key. Davis, who was taken into custody Thursday, could be released as soon as she complies with U.S. District Judge David Bunning's order to resume issuing licenses in R...
(NEW YORK) — One of the alleged masterminds behind what has been called "one of the most financially destructive computer viruses in history" is expected to appear Friday afternoon in a New York federal courtroom.Deniss Calovskis, a Latvian national, was arrested in November 2012 for his alleged role in writing some of the code that allowed t...
(MOREHEAD, Ky.) -- James Yates and William Smith Jr. were the first same-sex couple to receive a marriage license in Rowan County, Kentucky, Friday morning, while clerk Kim Davis remains in jail for failing to follow a judge’s orders to issue the licenses.Smith and Yates, of Morehead, Kentucky, have been together for nearly a decade. They arr...
(ST. LOUIS) -- An 11-year-old St. Louis boy fatally shot a teenager believed to be trying to enter his home on Thursday afternoon.According to the St. Louis County Police Department, officers were called shortly before 2:30 p.m. Thursday and found the 16-year-old victim in the front foyer of the home. Police said that earlier in the day, two subjec...
(NEW YORK) — Summer's nearly over, and that means most summer vacations are, too.  If you haven't yet had the chance to take yours, you might want to think twice about visiting certain cities that, apparently, would rather you not visit at all.Stratosjets compiled Twitter data to analyze over 37,000 geotagged tweets from June 1, 2014 to ...
(SACRAMENTO, Calif.) -- Sacramento City College was put on lockdown Thursday night after a deadly shooting on campus near the baseball fields, police said. Sacramento police said there were three male shooting victims, including the one who died. Two others were hospitalized with non-life-threatening injuries. Police said they were looking for a...
(GATLINBURG, Tenn.) -- A Tennessee woman learned the hard way a valuable lesson about bears -- always keep your car windows closed. Kathy Gafford, of Gatlinburg, Tennessee, was inspecting cabins in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park Monday when she looked down at her car and saw a mother and baby bear had found their way in. “I’ve ...
(PEABODY, Kan.) -- A farmer from Peabody, Kansas, recently recorded himself catching a fish using his drone, which he transformed into a fishing pole. Derek Klingenberg, known as Farmer Derek on his YouTube Channel with over 58,871 subscribers, went out to his private pond on his farm this past Monday morning with his drone in tow, he said. "I tied...
(CHARLESTON, S.C.) -- State prosecutors will be seeking the death penalty against the alleged South Carolina church shooter, they announced on Thursday. In a court filing released on Thursday, state prosecutors indicated that they will be seeking the death penalty when Dylann Roof is tried in the killing of nine people at the Emanuel AME Church in ...
(ASHLAND, Ky.) — A Kentucky county clerk, Kim Davis, was taken into custody Thursday after a judge found her in contempt of court for her refusal to issue same-sex marriage licenses.The judge said she could be released if she complies, adding that fines were not enough.Copyright © 2015, ABC Radio. All rights reserved....
(NEW YORK) -- Law enforcement officials around the country are racing to purchase body cameras for their officers.Officials in Texas’ Bexar County, which includes San Antonio,voted Tuesday to buy more body cameras for officers a day after cell phone video appeared to show sheriff deputies shooting a man with his hands up.Taser, the largest ma...
(ARLINGTON, Texas) -- Christian Taylor, the college football player shot to death by police in Arlington, Texas last month, had marijuana and a psychedelic drug in his system at the time of the shooting, an autopsy confirmed.According to the autopsy report released on Wednesday, Taylor was shot four times by police, but had six gunshot wounds found...
(FOX LAKE, Ill.) --  A woman was charged Thursday morning with falsifying a report about suspicious men near the Illinois town where a police officer was shot and killed earlier this week, authorities said.A manhunt continues for the three suspects responsible for the death of Lt. Joe Gliniewicz, who was shot and killed Tuesday in the Chicago ...
(FORT CARSON, Colo.) -- Two soldiers were hospitalized on Wednesday when a UH-60 Blackhawk helicopter suffered a hard landing during a training mission.A press release from Fort Carson noted that the training was occurring on U.S. Forest Service land, and that four soldiers were on board at the time. Chief Deputy Steve Johnson of the Douglas County...
(CINCINNATI) -- One dad is warming hearts all over world after sharing a tear-jerking letter he wrote to his daughter, following her long-awaited wedding day."Everything that's in that letter I've already said to her before," Paul Daugherty of Cincinnati told ABC News. "The response has been exactly what I hoped it would be, parents pretty much say...
(BALTIMORE) -- The charges against the six police officers linked to Freddie Gray's death will not be dismissed and State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby will not be recused from the case, a judge ruled Wednesday. In a pre-trial hearing at the Baltimore City Circuit Court, Judge Barry Williams denied the two defense motions. None of the six officers charg...
(PRINCEVILLE, Ill.) -- An 84-year-old man recently completed a 700-mile walk to help raise money for a children's playground in the memorial park in Princeville, Illinois, he had built to honor his late wife. The man, Dean Troutman, purchased 5.75 acres of land in 2011 to establish a park for his community in memory of wife Dorothy "Peggy" Troutman...
(WASHINGTON) — An unidentified woman tried to abduct a 2-year-old girl on the Washington, D.C., Metrorail Wednesday, police said.A mother and her 2-year-old daughter, who was strapped in a stroller, were on a train from Virginia to New Carrollton, Maryland, when the suspect on board tried pulling the girl out of her stroller. The strap helped...
(WASHINGTON) — The nation’s top law enforcement official offered a sobering and blunt warning to Americans Wednesday: “It is a sad fact now that no one is safe."Attorney General Loretta Lynch was responding to a spate of “tragic” and “particularly troubling” attacks across the country in recent weeks.&ldquo...
(FOX LAKE, Ill.) — The police officer killed in a Chicago suburb is being remembered by locals as a presence in the community.Lt. Joe Gliniewicz served as a police officer for more than three decades and lived in Fox Lake, Illinois, a suburb about 55 miles north of Chicago."Not only did Fox Lake lose a family member, I lost a very dear friend...
(PHILIPPI, W. Va.) -- Twila Smith has spent three decades teaching.All of those years, and nothing could have prepared her for the moment a student entered her classroom and put a gun to her head.“I thought that it was my time,” Smith told ABC News.The harrowing situation occurred Tuesday, Aug. 25, nine days into the school year at Phil...
(FOX LAKE, Ill.) -- An intense 14-hour manhunt for the three suspects believed to be responsible for the death of a police officer in a suburb of Chicago did not lead to any distinct discoveries on Tuesday.Local, state and federal officials were called to the neighborhood of Fox Lake, Illinois, in the wake of the fatal shooting of Lt. Joe Gliniewic...
(CRANFORD, N.J.) — The first rule of Fight Club isn't to have a minimum age limit, and that -- and a complete lack of decency -- may have led a pair of New Jersey daycare employees to stage a "Fight Club" for 4 and 6 years old in their care.Cranford, New Jersey resident Erica Kenny, 22, and 28-year-old Chanese White of Roselle, were both are ...
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