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- Pair up mug shots with each suspect's alleged crime Examine the booking photos of five arrested individuals and align the defendants with their respective alleged infractions of the law. read more
- Suspect infiltrated Zoom session for Florida eighth grade pupils The coronavirus pandemic has forced Wolf Lake Middle School to move classes online, where eighth graders yesterday became virtual crime victims, cops say. read more
- The accused centenarian was among the mourners Wednesday night at a funeral, police report. read more
- Missouri moron busted for Dollar Tree antics Most Americans have risen to the occasion in the face of the coronavirus crisis. Then there's John Swaller, a real dope. Covidiot Collared read more
- The accused nonagenarian was among the guests Tuesday at an engagement party, police report. read more
- The Los Angeles Lakers had some of the best chemistry in the league and will need to recover that in a hurry when the NBA resumes.
- A Colorado couple disappeared with their 2-year-old daughter, leaving their 5-year-old child home alone.
- Coronavirus tips range from those that involve parenting to those that involve what you should do if you get sick to prevention methods.
- Head coach Kevin Stefanski believes Case Keenum makes the Cleveland Browns a better team, even if he doesn't take the field.
- It didn't take long for the Las Vegas Raiders to replace Eli Apple after his deal fell through.
- The goats have been spotted in the town center, in front of churches and even nibbling on hedges in people's front lawns.
- "This complete stranger, who owed me nothing and is more on the front lines than I am, shared his precious masks with me, without my even asking," the doctor said.
- The man had placed "Please help!" signs in his windows with no luck — until two workers from Pacific Gas & Electric were in the area restoring power after a heavy storm.
- Branches of the most famous tree in New Zealand appeared to be hacked off with a saw, devastating locals.
- Treasure hunter Jonah Martinez located the coins using a metal detector. He was able to dig out 22 silver coins he estimates are worth about $6,000.