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A man was shot in Harris County, prompting an active investigation by local deputies and a crime scene unit, with the victim's condition and suspect information yet undisclosed.
Vernon Edwards from Chicago faces eight felony burglary charges for a series of business break-ins in the 8th and 9th Districts, with his court date set for today.
A 69-year-old cyclist was gravely injured after being hit by an SUV in Quincy. The 81-year-old female driver cooperated with the police investigation. Authorities are now seeking witnesses.
Houston firefighters extinguished a house fire in the Greater Heights, saving a resident and preventing further damage, with damages estimated at $30,000.
Kwame Raoul, along with other state attorneys general, filed a federal antitrust lawsuit against the NCAA challenging its one-year transfer rule for college athletes.
Police responded to a stabbing at an Austin 7-Eleven, leading to the death of Chad Barron and a manhunt for the attacker. Witnesses with information are urged to come forward.
An individual was killed in a shooting in Brockton, Massachusetts, and found in a car with a bullet hole. Police are investigating and seeking information.
Shane James, a former army officer, was arrested as the suspect in a series of shootings in Texas that left six people dead, including his parents, and three wounded.
The Austin Police Department is investigating a suspected homicide after finding skeletal remains in the West Bouldin Creek Greenbelt, aided by tips about a murder that allegedly occurred months prior.
A man was killed in a drive-by shooting in north Houston; the suspect is still at large. Houston police are investigating the motive and seeking more information.
A Boston man pleaded guilty to robbing two businesses and firearm possession after being linked to the crimes through surveillance and usage of his EBT card on the day of the incidents.
A former dermatology practice owner was sentenced to one day in prison and three years of supervised release for stealing over $310,000 in federal benefits.
Firefighters in Chicago extinguished a semi-truck fire in a South Side railyard, leading to a temporary halt in train activities and a regional traffic disruption. No injuries were reported.