Keanon Lowe, the football coach and security guard who disarmed a distraught student at Parkrose High School last year, was awarded the nation’s highest civilian honor, the Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation announced last week.
A Brooklyn man who said he had COVID-19 coughed on FBI agents, and lied to them about personal protection equipment he was hoarding to try to make a buck, authorities said.
It is sign of the times: Stay at home – unless free food is available. Then, it’s anything goes.
Scores of worshipers gathered at a Tampa megachurch for service on Sunday, drawing a warning from the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office about violating the safer-at-home order in place to limit the spread of coronavirus.
A company that manufactures jerseys for Major League Baseball will shift its production to masks and gowns for health care workers as the nation and Pennsylvania battle the coronavirus pandemic.
A Charles County man has been charged with two counts of violating the emergency order limiting crowd size during the coronavirus outbreak as authorities say he organized two events of more than 10 people in the past week.
A tractor-trailer spilled hundreds of rolls of toilet paper Thursday morning all over Interstate 85 in Gaston County.
Nature is taking back San Francisco as coyotes are seen running wild through the streets.
Last week, a day before Gov. Ron DeSantis forced dining rooms statewide to close, the mystery Skillets regular handed the manager at the store in The Pavilion on Vanderbilt Beach Road: $10,000...
Sheriff's officials have identified and arrested a suspect in connection with a car-to-car shooting that left a man dead early Wednesday morning in Rancho Cordova.