Police in the quiet coastal town of New Bern, North Carolina have a grisly multiple slaying to investigate, allegedly committed by a neighbor who “speaks very little English, if any,” and doesn’t share the language of his victims, even though they’re all refugees from Myanmar.
Elrey “Bud” Runion and his wife, June, took their charitable efforts all over the South: from storm-damaged Alabama towns and impoverished pockets of West Virginia to a donation center run from their backyard in suburban Atlanta.
ATLANTA (AP) — After two men were shot and killed as they slept outside in Atlanta, police say they fear a gunman might be targeting homeless people. The latest killing happened late Tuesday or early […]
On today’s Hot Button Monday, Reverend Al Sharpton discussed police brutality along with his guest, Dr. Ofari Hutchinson. On August 9th, 17-year old Michael Brown was shot multiple times by a police officer in St. […]
Atlanta (WAOK) — The Atlanta Police Department are currently investigating a shooting that took place at Norfolk Southern, located at 1230 Peachtree St NE. According to a statement emailed to CBS Radio by Elizabeth Espy, […]
A 911 recording reveals that before police shot and killed a south Georgia man inside his home, the man’s fiance told a 911 operator he had overturned a refrigerator, broken a TV set and said to family members “he wants to die.”
Actor, singer and comedian Jamie Foxx was a special guest on Saturday Night Live last Saturday for the second time. During one of his skits he sang a song that raised a few eyebrows among […]
A police helicopter flying low over Atlanta on a nighttime search for a missing 9-year-old boy plunged to the ground in a neighborhood of shops and apartments, killing the two officers aboard, authorities said Sunday.
On Power Talk with Lorraine Jacques-White we talked about crime in the black community. Our focus was on the reasons why black men kill, and should black-on-black crime be a national or local issue. Our […]
It has 18 claws, 30 teeth, has a predilection for murder and is probably purring on your lap now.
It’s fluffy, princess, cuddles, or whatever name you decided to name your adorable killing machine, and the University of Georgia has a study to prove it.