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Arkansas school shooting: Student reportedly shot on first day of in-person learning

A student was reportedly shot at an Arkansas middle school early Monday. The incident at the Watson Chapel Junior High School in Pine Bluff came on the first day district schools were returning to full-day instruction after months of Coronavirus restrictions, KARK-TV reported. The wounded student was taken to Arkansas Children’s Hospital by helicopter, according to KATV-TV.  […]

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Daniel Kaluuya Wins 1st Golden Globe for Judas and the Black Messiah

Daniel Kaluuya has won his first Golden Globe award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in Any Motion Picture for his role as Chairman Fred Hampton in Judas and the Black Messiah.  The film stars overly-sensitive actor Lakeith Stanfield in the role that he was born to play: petty criminal turned undercover FBI […]

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Suspect in 14-hour NYC subway stabbing rampage ordered held without bail

A mentally ill man accused of murdering two people on a grisly A train stabbing spree and seriously wounding two others was ordered held without bail on Monday. Manhattan prosecutors charged Rigoberto Lopez with first-degree murder, second-degree murder, and second-degree attempted murder at his virtual arraignment in Manhattan Criminal Court. Assistant District Attorney Alfred Peterson […]

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Former Tampa Bay Buccaneers star Vincent Jackson, 38, found dead in Florida hotel room

Former Tampa Bay Buccaneers receiver Vincent Jackson was found dead late Monday morning in a hotel where he’d been staying since Jan. 11. His body was reportedly discovered by a housekeeper at 11:30 a.m. The three-time Pro Bowl pass-catcher was reported missing by his family on Feb. 10, according to news station WFLA, which says police […]

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Suspect in 14-hour NYC subway stabbing rampage ordered held without bail

A mentally ill man accused of murdering two people on a grisly A train stabbing spree and seriously wounding two others was ordered held without bail on Monday. Manhattan prosecutors charged Rigoberto Lopez with first-degree murder, second-degree murder, and second-degree attempted murder at his virtual arraignment in Manhattan Criminal Court. Assistant District Attorney Alfred Peterson […]

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Senate to award Capitol officer Eugene Goodman Congressional Gold Medal

The Capitol Police officer who led a crowd of insurrectionists away from the Senate floor during the deadly pro-Trump riot last month is set to receive the Congressional Gold Medal.  theGRIO previously reported, Officer Eugene Goodman was chased by a mob of pro-Trump rioters during the Jan. 6 Stop the Steal event. Video footage showed him baiting a […]

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GoFundMe for girl injured in crash with Chiefs coach Britt Reid raises over $300K

A fundraiser for the 5-year-old girl seriously injured in a crash involving the son of Kansas City Chief Coach Andy Reid has now brought in more than $300,000 — as the girl continues to cling to life. “Ariel remains in the hospital in critical condition and is not awake,” the girl’s aunt, Tiffany Verhulst, wrote on the […]

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2 Maryland families evicted from homes amid pandemic

Two families were evicted from their apartments in Howard County, blaming the coronavirus pandemic and the loss of jobs. So why didn’t federal and state moratoriums to prevent evictions protect them? A court ordered those two families to leave, but they say they have no place to go. Coronavirus protections designed to keep people from […]

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Multi-day, 2-part snow event to start Sunday and last into Tuesday

Confidence is growing that a storm with moderate amounts of accumulating snow will impact the Baltimore area beginning Sunday. As of Thursday, the storm had just formed over the West Coast and will race across the country and could spawn a new storm on the Atlantic coast. Maryland could see moderate snow starting Sunday into […]

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Legendary actress Cicely Tyson dies at 96

Actress Cicely Tyson, whose commanding moral presence carried her through roles playing everything from a slave to a Harlem mobster, died Thursday. She was 96. Her manager, Larry Thompson, confirmed her death to the Daily News. Tyson, whose legion of fans included such luminaries as Oprah Winfrey and Michelle Obama, shined on screen, stage and […]

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Another DC cop commits suicide weeks after Capitol riot

A Washington, DC, police officer who responded to the Jan. 6 Capitol riot committed suicide in the days after the siege, the acting chief of the Metropolitan Police Department told members of Congress. Officer Jeffrey Smith is one of two cops to commit suicide in the aftermath of the riot. Capitol Police Officer Howard Liebengood […]

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Vanessa Bryant posts letter from daughter Gianna’s friend one year after death

Vanessa Bryant posted a touching letter she received from her daughter Gianna’s friend one year after the 13-year-old’s tragic death. Taking to Instagram on Tuesday — the one-year anniversary of Gianna and NBA star Kobe Bryant’s deaths in a helicopter crash — Vanessa shared the full text of the note, which contained sweet memories and heartbreaking revelations, […]

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