"Even through hard times he always had a smile on his face," one friend told BuzzFeed News. "I still remember his laugh in my head."
The officer who fired the fatal shots was identified as Kim Potter, a 26-year veteran of the department and the police union president.
In body camera footage of the incident, an officer can be heard saying, "Taser, Taser Taser! Oh shit, I just shot him."
"You know it’s going to happen but you are never really ready," said Princess Anne in an emotional statement about the death of her father.
The suspect, who police believe was an employee of the business, also shot and injured a state trooper before being arrested, authorities said.
The vote by legislators overrides Gov. Asa Hutchinson’s earlier veto of the bill, which he described as “a vast government overreach.”
“Montero (Call Me by Your Name)” is the 21-year-old rapper's second No. 1 single after "Old Town Road" hit the top of Billboard's Hot 100 in 2019.
Gov. Brian Kemp signed the new restrictions, which Democrats have described as “Jim Crow 2.0,” into law last week.
“It appears that a little boy died in his mother’s arms as she was trying to save him during this horrific massacre,” the Orange County district attorney said.
“I feel like there has got to be something else that makes me happier.”
The 3-year-old German shepherd previously caused "a minor injury" to a Secret Service agent.
"I thought that he was going to kill me," the woman said.
The sheriff's statement did not directly address Capt. Jay Baker's Facebook posts about a racist T-shirt blaming China for the pandemic.
The Cop Who Said The Spa Shooter Had A "Bad Day" Previously Posted A Racist Shirt Blaming China For The Pandemic
Capt. Jay Baker shared a photo of a T-shirt he got on Facebook, saying that the coronavirus was imported from "CHY-NA."
Horrifying videos on social media show fire erupting out of the house as fireworks pop off and a cloud of dark smoke billows high into the sky.
Supporters say they're "defending women's sports," but opponents — including hundreds of college athletes — say it's simply discrimination.
Theme parks, stadiums, and live performances will be eligible to resume operations at reduced capacity related to what the COVID transmission rates are in their home counties.
Los requisitos de identificación buscan frenar el turismo de vacunas, pero pueden excluir a residentes vulnerables
En teoría, las demostraciones de residencia y los requisitos de identificación buscan asegurar que las vacunas para COVID-19 se distribuyan de manera equitativa, pero las reglas están excluyendo a la gente que buscan proteger.
"To be honest, I sort of forgot about them."
Proof-of-residency and ID requirements are supposed to ensure COVID-19 vaccines are equitably distributed — but the rules are shutting out some of the people they aim to protect.