The rapper and five others were arrested Sunday on suspicion of firearms-related charges in Irvine, officials said. Their arrests followed a fatal shooting Friday night backstage at a Wiz Khalifa concert.
Many people who attended the funeral had no personal connection to Brown at all. Instead, they came because they felt the case meant something to them.
On a blazing Sunday afternoon, about 60 people showed up outside a bar in St. Louis to show support for the officer who killed Michael Brown.
Knight is recovering in the ICU after surgery. A man and a woman were also shot, and one is in critical condition.
Eleven lives that were cut short for no good reason.
Law enforcement began dialing back significantly Thursday, but long-standing anger in the community remains.
“I didn’t feel safe anywhere.”
A peaceful protest turned violent as shootings, tear gas, and firebombs rocked the city Sunday night.
The suburban Missouri town where Michael Brown was shot dead by a police officer is much poorer today than it was in the recent past.
On Monday, Gov. Jay Nixon asked the U.S. Department of Justice to conduct an independent investigation into the shooting of Michael Brown. The FBI has also opened an inquiry into the shooting of the 18-year-old. Protests against the shooting in the St. Louis area turned violent on Sunday night.
Witnesses said the black Ferguson, Mo., teen was unarmed and had his hands up. The NAACP slammed the shooting, saying the 18-year-old was “slaughtered by law enforcement.”
The law enforcement officers were trying to arrest a suspected sex offender in Greenwich Village, according to reports.
Update: A man accused of fatally shooting his case worker and firing at his doctor, who returned fire, has been charged with murder.
Curtis Reeves Jr. was released on bail this week. He is allowed to go to church, the grocery store, and his doctor’s office.
Seven people were shot, six fatally, on Wednesday at a home in Spring, Texas. Police took the suspect into custody shortly before 11 p.m.
Peter Rodger, father of Elliot Rodger, writes: “I tried my best to do my duty as a father, but obviously my best was not enough. My duty now is to do as much as I can to try and stop this from happening again.”
So far no arrests have been made.
Troutdale, Ore., police confirm that 15-year-old Reynolds High School freshman Jared Michael Padgett shot and killed a 14-year-old student Monday inside the Oregon high school before killing himself.
A gunman opened fire at Reynolds High School in Troutdale, Ore., on Tuesday, killing a 14-year-old student, police said. The gunman is also dead.
Jerad Miller, one of the accused shooters in the Las Vegas cop-killing rampage, posted last month that he needed a rifle.
The couple accused of killing three people in a Las Vegas shooting spree on Sunday leave behind a chilling trail on social media, littered with antigovernment rhetoric and red-flag posts that possibly alluded to the attack.
Jon Meis tackled the man who opened fire at Seattle Pacific University Thursday. The internet thanked him by buying everything on his wedding registry, and more.
The man suspected of killing one person and injuring three others at Seattle Pacific University Thursday confessed to police he hoped to kill others, and himself.
The confrontation between Albuquerque authorities and citizens marks the latest act of outrage over a string of police killings in the city. A recent Justice Department investigation cited the police for brutality and excessive force.
Survivors and victims’ family members from Newtown, Aurora, Virginia Tech, and other shootings join UCSB dad Richard Martinez’s “Not One More” campaign to get the word out on gun violence. WARNING: Some graphic images.
The restaurant chains were pressured to change their policies on allowing customers to carry firearms after gun enthusiasts showed up with semiautomatic weapons.
The “Not One More” campaign is a big success, but will Congress listen?
Students create a circle in the water off the University of California-Santa Barbara campus beach shore to remember the victims.
During a memorial Tuesday at the University of California, Santa Barbara, the father of one victim in Friday’s mass shooting led the crowd in a chant for “not one more” similar tragedy.