Home » Archives by category » U.S.

North Carolina Bartender Gets $1000 Tip on $14 Tab

North Carolina Bartender Gets $1000 Tip on $14 Tab

When 37-year-old Chrisi Kemp walked into work at the One Whirled Cafe in Wake Forest, North Carolina on Sept. 11 she was having a bad day. She was struggling to deal with stacks of medical bills for her 5-year-old daughter, who had been sick for several months with an unusual allergy. To top it all off, […]

California King Wildfire Alleged Arsonist Pleads ‘Not Guilty’

California King Wildfire Alleged Arsonist Pleads ‘Not Guilty’

The alleged arsonist charged in California with purposefully starting the King wildfire in the northern part of the state pleaded ‘not guilty’ in court on Friday. The fire has proven explosive and has caused the evacuation of approximately 2,800 residents from the area as of Thursday. The suspect, Wayne Allan Huntsman, was taken into custody […]

Event Honors Artist and Artistry of Muralist Hildreth Meière

Event Honors Artist and Artistry of Muralist Hildreth Meière

The work of American artist Hildreth Meière is the subject of special event, Sept. 23, 2014, in New York. This lecture open to the public, will be presented at the Abigail Adams Smith Auditorium by Catherine Coleman Brawer, art historian and curator. Meière (1892-1961), a native New Yorker, had a prolific career that spanned across […]

Feds Query Catholic High School Coach Beating of Philly Gay Couple?

Feds Query Catholic High School Coach Beating of Philly Gay Couple?

A beating last week of a Philadelphia gay couple by a group that included a Roman Catholic high school coach is now being considered for query through federal investigation. The two victims, whose identities have not been released, were going for pizza on September 11th when they encountered the group in the Center City neighborhood. […]

Jaguar Stolen 46 Years Ago Found

Jaguar Stolen 46 Years Ago Found

A 1967 Jaguar XK-E that belonged to Ivan Schneider that was stolen 46 years ago from the front of his apartment in Manhattan has been found. Now, over four and a half decades later it is on the way back to its rightful owner. Schneider, a retired trial lawyer was in disbelief when he received a call from the […]

Gay Bashing Still Not a Hate Crime in Philadelphia

Gay Bashing Still Not a Hate Crime in Philadelphia

A statement from the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office said that assaults on individuals based on sexual orientation, or “gay bashing” is  still not classified as a hate crime in Pennsylvania under the hate crimes law. This came in response to outcry over the beating of a gay couple on Thursday night which was publicized heavily […]

Multiple Fatalities Reported in Florida in Possible Murder-Suicide

Multiple Fatalities Reported in Florida in Possible Murder-Suicide

Multiple Fatalities are being reported from a possible murder-suicide shooting which took place in Bell, Florida. The Associated Press has announced that the local news is reporting that a “major shooting” occurred which may have also involved children. More news is developing on the matter, and the Gilchrist County Sheriff is planning to hold a […]

Dr. Farid Fata Admits Administering Chemotherapy to Cancer-Free Patients

Dr. Farid Fata Admits Administering Chemotherapy to Cancer-Free Patients

Dr. Farid Fata, a 49-year-old Michigan cancer specialist, pled guilty on Tuesday to administering medically unnecessary anti-cancer drugs and filing fraudulent Medicare claims. Besides health care fraud (19 counts), Fata’s indictment included conspiracy to pay and receive kickbacks (one count), unlawful procurement of naturalization (one count), and money laundering (two counts). Fata pled guilty to […]

New Drive-Thru Funeral Home Sparks Controversy [Video]

New Drive-Thru Funeral Home Sparks Controversy [Video]

Drive-thru opportunities are commonly associated with fast food, banking and pharmacy pick ups but how bout a drive-thru funeral home. This is the new service being offered at a chapel in Saginaw, Michigan. The idea is garnering mixed reactions from the community and has resulted in the president of the funeral chapel receiving a lot […]

Pastor Jailed for Making a Joyful Noise During Worship

Pastor Jailed for Making a Joyful Noise During Worship

A pastor from South Carolina was sentenced to jail for making a “joyful noise” during his church’s worship service. Johnnie Clark, pastor of Rehoboth United Assemblies Church, was made to serve two weeks behind bars for violating the city’s noise ordinance. The pastor was found guilty after a three-day trial with the Richland County jury. […]

Page 1 of 1261123Next ›Last »

Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Quantcast