Breonna Taylor's family is once again speaking out about new details regarding the murder of the 26-year old EMT after a new report reveals that she was actually still alive after being shot in her home. On Monday (Jul 6), Breonna Taylor’s family, who is currently in a lawsuit against police and the city of Louisville, revealed that Taylor was actually still alive after being shot more than 8 times while sleeping in her bed and only succumbed to her injuries after being denied medical attention by the detectives.
At a hearing on Monday in a Jackson County courtroom, Deputy Leo Allen of the Jackson County Sheriff’s Department explained in explicit detail what occurred when authorities responded to the scene at a Best Western hotel near the Gulf Coast.
Within minutes, images and videos of Jessica Hampton's lifeless body were uploaded on social media. Is this who we've become as a society?
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Police say the Shemel Mercerius was shot to death by 24-year-old Taariq Stephens who later turned himself into the police. The motive behind her murder is not known.
An advisory panel found that Waller County Jail needs a major overhaul including a new facility, better mental health screenings for inmates and a body cam policy for officers.
The MSNBC anchor and NBC co-host shares her story of guilt, loss and solace over the 2004 death of her sister Renate.
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The Los Angeles coroner's office claims Wakiesha Wilson hung herself on Easter Sunday, days before her release. Sound familiar?
Barbara Mills and the East Baton Rouge DA believe the key to finding Brittney Mills' killer lies in her text messages.
Investigation found that Reginald Windham and Victor Holt didn't perform routine bed checks and falsified records saying that they did.