• Manhunt Underway for Suspect in Pennsylvania Shooting Spree

    Manhunt Underway for Suspect in Pennsylvania Shooting Spree

    (SOUDERTON, Pa.) — A manhunt is underway in and around Pennsburg, Pennsylvania, for a suspect in an overnight shooting spree that left six people dead and wounded another, authorities said. Officials identified the suspect as 35-year-old Bradley William Stone of Pennsburg. All of the victims at three separate locations in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, are related to Stone, police said. According to a Marine spokesperson, Stone is a former Marine reservist who served from 2002 to 2011, with one deployment to Iraq, leaving with the rank of sergeant. The suspect may be wearing military fatigues and should be considered armed and… Read more

  • Police Arrest 25 at Oakland Protest

    Police Arrest 25 at Oakland Protest

    (OAKLAND, Calif.) — Twenty-five people were arrested on Monday morning outside the main Oakland Police Department building during a protest against the recent grand jury decisions not to indict police officers involved in the deaths of 18-year-old Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., and Eric Garner in Staten Island, N.Y. According to a release from the OPD, “multiple groups of protesters blocked the main entrances of the building by chaining shut four of the building’s doors and then chaining themselves to the doors.” Police said that those actions crossed the line legally as they prevented the public from accessing police records,… Read more

  • Amazon Headquarters Evacuated Due to Threatening Note, Threat Not Deemed Credible

    Amazon Headquarters Evacuated Due to Threatening Note, Threat Not Deemed Credible

    (SEATTLE) — Amazon.com’s headquarters in Seattle was evacuated on Monday morning as police investigated a threatening letter found on campus. “Out of an abundance of caution,” police said the complex was evacuated. Officers from the Seattle Police Department and Amazon security searched the area after a threatening note was found in a bathroom on the campus early Monday. Arson and Bomb Squads were at the scene to investigate, but police said later Monday that there was no indication that the threat was credible. Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright 2014 ABC News Radio

  • LA Neighborhood Blames Waze App for Morning Traffic Jam

    LA Neighborhood Blames Waze App for Morning Traffic Jam

    (LOS ANGELES) — Thanks to its pervasive use by drivers seeking a clear patch of road, the Waze traffic social app is being blamed for causing congestion in a once-quiet Los Angeles neighborhood. Paula Hamilton, 80, who has lived at her home in Sherman Oaks for 35 years, told ABC News that morning traffic on her street took a turn for the worse two to three months ago. “The traffic has never been this bad. It’s bumper-to-bumper traffic now in the morning. Cars move at 10 miles an hour,” she said.  Hamilton said the congestion is so bad she won’t… Read more

  • Jury Rules Against Boy Scouts of America in $7 Million Lawsuit

    Jury Rules Against Boy Scouts of America in $7 Million Lawsuit

    (NEW YORK) — A jury ruled against the Boy Scouts of America on Monday in a multi-million dollar lawsuit in which the organization was accused of keeping a secret file of scout masters who had been accused of abusing scouts during the 1970s. The plaintiff in the case says that he was sexually assaulted by a scout master as a child. Despite winning the lawsuit, his attorney Paul Slager said that “it’s not the kind of situation that, as a person who represents victims of child sexual abuse, that I really see as a victory.” Instead, he said, “it’s more… Read more

  • Adrian Peterson Claims NFL Exec Promised Him Two-Game Suspension

    Adrian Peterson Claims NFL Exec Promised Him Two-Game Suspension

    (MINNEAPOLIS) — A newly revealed recording between Adrian Peterson and a top NFL executive raises questions about the star running back’s suspension over child abuse charges. The Nov. 12 recording, obtained exclusively by ABC News from Peterson’s lawyers, features his talking with Troy Vincent, a former player and now the league’s executive vice president of football operations, according to Peterson’s lawyers. In the conversation, Vincent promises the Minnesota Vikings’ running back a two-game suspension instead of the indefinite ban handed down by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell six days later. “It will be two additional games, not time served?” Peterson asks… Read more

  • At Least Five Dead in Pennsylvania Shootings, Sources Say

    At Least Five Dead in Pennsylvania Shootings, Sources Say

    (SOUDERTON, Pa.) — Five people are dead after an apparent shooting spree in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, overnight, federal officials told ABC News. The shootings occurred in at least three separate locations, according to ABC News station WPVI-TV in Philadelphia. SWAT teams surrounded a home in Souderton, Pennsylvania, where a suspect in the shootings was believed barricaded inside, police told WPVI. Witnesses heard a loud boom shortly before someone was taken out of the house on a stretcher. It was not believed to be the suspected gunman, sources said. The first shooting was reported before 4 a.m. in Lower Salford Township,… Read more

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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