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Parents of Walter Wallace Jr. demand justice and police reform in Philadelphia

(NEW YORK) -- “He’s mental,” were some of the last words Walter Wallace Jr. heard before he was shot 14 times by a Philadelphia police officer. On Oct. 26, 2020, less than a month after marrying his pregnant wife Dominique, Wallace was shot by police in West Philadelphia while experiencing…... Read More

California mayor offers scholarship raffle for vaccinated teens

(LANCASTER, Calif.) -- The mayor of Lancaster, California, is offering a raffle for scholarships, including a grand prize of $10,000, for teens who get the COVID-19 vaccine. The raffle is the city’s effort to combat vaccine hesitancy among young people as the state reports declining vaccinations over the last few…... Read More

Sister of Colorado woman allegedly killed by husband: 'I pray for him'

(NEW YORK) -- A Colorado husband charged in the murder of his missing wife is due to make his first court appearance on Thursday. Suzanne Morphew's husband, 53-year-old Barry Morphew, was taken into custody on Wednesday on charges of first-degree murder, tampering with physical evidence and attempt to influence a…... Read More

After being separated at border, family reunifications underway during Biden administration

(NEW YORK) -- Sandra Ortiz hugged her son Bryan for the first time in nearly four years on Tuesday. The reunion came at the very same port of entry, San Ysidro, where she was deported and separated from her son. Later that night, Mabel, a mother from Honduras surprised her…... Read More

Police locate parents of boy, 3, found wandering alone saying he 'left mommy's house'

(CLAYTON, Ga.) -- A toddler who was found walking alone in Georgia has been reunited with his parents after a public appeal by police following several unsuccessful attempts to reunite them. The boy was discovered on Wednesday, May 5, by a concerned citizen who called the police to report a…... Read More

Flint water crisis victims may need X-rays for compensation, raising health concerns

(FLINT, Mich.) -- Some Flint, Michigan, residents who may have been affected by lead in their water during the 2014 crisis may now be exposed to radiation in an effort to get a share of the $641.25 million water crisis settlement. Anyone exposed to lead at that time can receive…... Read More

Authorities arrest man accused of stealing 100 vials of COVID-19 vaccine

(NEW YORK) -- A man has been arrested for allegedly stealing 100 vials of a COVID-19 vaccine and other property in Washington state, authorities said. The burglary happened last week at a dental office in Purdy, about 30 miles southwest of Seattle. The owner called 911 in the early morning…... Read More

After a year of protests, Portland residents have waning patience for antifa

(PORTLAND) -- Rose City Antifa is one of the nation's oldest active antifa groups. Members rarely give interviews, but two who say they are part of antifa agreed to speak to "Nightline" as the situation in their city of Portland, Oregon, has become a prolonged and destructive stalemate. Rose City…... Read More

Former Ohio health director Amy Acton to be honored for COVID-19 leadership

(WASHINGTON) -- Dr. Amy Acton, Ohio's former health director who was the target of threats, will be honored by the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation for her service during the COVID-19 pandemic. Acton, who became a lauded national figure for her response to the pandemic but resigned in June following…... Read More

California bar owner busted for making phony vaccination cards: Investigators

(CLEMENTS, Calif.) -- A bar owner in California was arrested this week for making fake IDs that had nothing to do with drinking, investigators said. The California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control announced on Wednesday that it arrested the owner of the Old Corner Saloon in Clements, California, allegedly for…... Read More

Florida teen accused of rigging homecoming queen vote with mom charged as an adult

(PENSACOLA, Fla.) -- A teen charged as an adult has pleaded not guilty to multiple felony counts stemming from a Florida high school homecoming queen contest that prosecutors allege she and her mother rigged by hacking into a school district computer system. If convicted, Emily Rose Grover, 18, a student…... Read More