Victim Of Deadly Towson Shooting ID'd As Morgan State University StudentBarry Ransom, the Philadelphia man shot and killed outside a shopping center in Towson Monday night, was a student at Morgan State University, WJZ has learned.
If Minneapolis Voters Choose To Replace The Police Department, What Happens Next?Public safety in Minnesota's largest city could be in for a massive overhaul.
Conta County Closes In-N-Out Restaurant For Refusing To Enforce COVID-19 RulesAnother California county closed down an In-N-Out restaurant on Tuesday because the popular burger chain refuses to enforce COVID-19 vaccination rules.
American Farm Bureau Says This Thanksgiving Will Be Most Expensive Holiday In HistoryMultiple causes are in play -- inflation, a broken supply chain caused by a worker shortage and bad weather.
'No Hospitalization, No Funeral, No Burial': Woman Formerly Of Clairton Accused Of Dismembering Husband's Body, Collecting His BenefitsA 69-year-old woman is accused of defrauding Social Security for years after she allegedly dismembered her dead husband’s body.
Bay Area State Sen. Dave Cortese Calls For Banning Live Guns On Movie Shoots In CaliforniaA Bay Area lawmaker is calling for the ban of live guns and ammunition on movie shoots in California, in the wake of last week's fatal shooting on a movie featuring Alec Baldwin.
Patrick Chung, Former Patriots Safety, Charged With Assaulting WomanFormer Patriots safety Patrick Chung was released on $10,000 bail Tuesday after the 34-year-old was charged with assaulting a woman outside a Milton home.
Oakland Police Seize Flamethrower, Drugs, Cash In Illegal Casino BustA flamethrower and guns, along with drugs and cash, were seized during a bust of an alleged illegal casino in East Oakland earlier this month.
Holiday Shopping At Mercy Of Prolonged Pandemic-Era Supply Chain InterruptionsTwo months before Christmas, and the rush is on in a different way than ever before. With shipping delays, product shortages and factory closings, many hot gifts will be in short supply.
Dr. Dave Hnida: COVID Vaccines For 5 To 11 Year Olds Important For Their Health, And The Community'sThe FDA Advisory Committee meets Tuesday to review research about giving children between the ages of five and 11 the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines.
11 African Lions Test Positive For COVID At Denver ZooZookeepers in Denver are caring for 11 African lions that have tested positive for COVID.
Ironman California 2021 Triathlon Canceled Due To Safety Concerns Brought On By Powerful StormThe organizers of Ironman California 2021 triathlon say the race has been canceled due to the powerful storm that is expected to pummel Northern California today.
Storm Forces Cancellation Of Outlaw Music Festival, Willie Nelson Performance In WheatlandThe Outlaw Music Festival in Wheatland at the Toyota Amphitheatre today has been canceled. County music great Willie Nelson was scheduled to perform.
Gabby Petito Autopsy Results To Be Revealed This AfternoonPetito was reported missing last month after a cross-country trip with her fiancé Brian Laundrie.
Federal Judge Grants Preliminary Injunction Against N.Y.'s Vaccine Mandate For Health Care WorkersThe ruling sides with health care workers, and effectively protects the jobs of those who objected to the mandate on religious grounds.
'You Are Not Seeing Double': 2-Headed Turtle Hatches On Cape CodDo not adjust your screen. A turtle that hatched recently on Cape Cod does indeed have two heads.
Wildlife Officers Remove Tire That Elk Wore Around Its Neck For 2 YearsAfter numerous failed attempts, Colorado Parks and Wildlife officers caught up with a bull elk that had worn an old tire around its neck for approximately two years.
Naked Female At Denver International Airport Walked Around Concourse A Asking Passengers 'Where Are You From?'A female passenger parading through a Denver International Airport concourse last month without any clothing drew attention from fellow passengers and airport police.
Modesto Missing Person Case Re-Opened 36 Years LaterMore than three decades after a Modesto teen disappeared, her cold case is getting a fresh look.
What Kind Of Compensation Should Travelers Expect When Flights Are Canceled?It's been a record year for cancellations. So what kind of compensation should consumers expect when it happens? Good question.
St. Paul Mass Shooting: 2 Men Each Face A Dozen Charges In Deadly ShootoutTwo men have been charged in connection with a mass shooting at a St. Paul bar over the weekend that left one woman dead and 14 people injured.
Man Shot, Pregnant Woman Injured At Hughson ResidenceA man was shot and a pregnant woman was injured in the Stanislaus County town of Hughson on Monday, say deputies.
Numerous South Florida Entities Under Review For Possible Vaccine Passport Ban ViolationA number of venues and entities are under review by the Florida Department of Health for violating the state's ban on vaccine passports.
Silicon Valley Discontent: 7 In 10 Say Quality Of Life Has Declined In Poll; 56% Considered LeavingMore than 18 months after the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, a new poll of residents in and around Silicon Valley find many in a state of discontent about the region and over half have thought about leaving.
Marcel Hug Wins Men's Wheelchair Race At 125th Boston Marathon, But Wrong Turn Costs Him Course Record And $50,000Marcel Hug has added yet another Boston Marathon victory to his collection, but a wrong turn late in the race cost him a course record and $50,000.
'Shut Your Mouth, Boy': Philadelphia Police Officer Caught On Video Harassing Black ManThe video has gone viral on social media and has many calling for Officer Hoover's firing.
Jeffrey Burnham, Maryland Man Charged In 3 Murders, Believed His Brother Was 'Killing People With the COVID Shot'Jeffrey Burnham, the Cumberland man charged with killing his brother, sister-in-law and an elderly family friend, allegedly wanted to confront his brother Brian Robinette, a pharmacist, because he believed the government is "poisoning people with COVID vaccines."
Amache National Historical Site Act Moves Forward In SenateA former Japanese internment camp in southeastern Colorado is one step closer to becoming a national park.
Massachusetts Hockey Says 'Severe' Ref Shortage Is Due To Abuse From Parents, Coaches And PlayersMassachusetts Hockey youth programs are dealing with a severe referee shortage due to abuse from coaches, parents and players.