Multiple fatalities are being reported in a shooting at a Texas high school, which is on lockdown.
One person is in custody after the attack at the Santa Fe High School, about 40 miles (65 km) south of Houston, according to school officials.
The school district has confirmed people were injured in an "active shooter" incident as classes began. It is unclear if the attacker was a student. Police have not yet confirmed any fatalities.
News helicopters filmed students emptying their backpacks in front of armed officers in a field outside the school.
Local media are reporting the shooting began as the fire alarm went off. It is not clear how the alarm was activated.
One 10th grader told networks she had an asthma attack while hiding in the woods.
All I'm gonna say is, "What the fuck?!?"
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Took out the belt on him.
Pharmacy manager fights off armed robbers.
A motorcyclist’s helmet camera captured the terrifying moment he survived a hijacking when an armed robber shot him in the leg after threatening to kill him for his motorbike.
Despite giving up his vehicle without a struggle and running to escape, Luiz Carlos dos Santos Perez, 57, was reportedly still shot by the ruthless gangster.
The bullet grazed his left leg and passed through his right thigh, just above the knee.
The entire horrific action was caught on camera as it unfolded on Tuesday, at around 10am, on a main road in the north zone of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
A "used and abused" go kart has been transformed into the ultimate mini Barbie car after petrol heads installed a full-sized motor.
Creators Grind Hard Plumbing Co decided to fit a Honda 240cc engine, taken from a CRF 230 dirt bike, into the tiny car.
They say they "build crazy contraptions and cars" and it took just four days to create the 'Power Wheels Barbie car'.
Showing off their invention on YouTube , they can be seen taking the pink vehicle for a spin - and it is pretty powerful.
James Comey was the dirty cop in charge of a bunch of dirty cops. And what you have here is, this was a criminal plot by senior people: John Brennan, James Comey, James Clapper, senior Department of Justice officials to suborn the presidency of the Unite States through the use of false evidence. The false FISA warrants were obtained through lying to the FISA Court. When all is said and done, Mr. Huber who is conducting the grand jury to investigate the unmasking, the lying of the FISA court, and the leaking of the information to the press. It will be shown without a shadow of a doubt that the reason Mr. Brennan has been lying under congressional testimony from the beginning is because he knew if he told the truth that he would reveal the plot that involved all the people. That story in The New York Times today is a magnificent piece of evidence that there was in fact a plot… There was an effort to undermine the candidacy of the opposition party, This is the most unbelievable scandal in the history of this country and The New York Times just blew the lid off of it.
A Hamas official on Wednesday acknowledged that 50 of the 62 Palestinians reported killed during Gaza border riots on Monday and Tuesday were members of the Islamist terrorist group, bringing the total number of known members of terror groups among the fatalities up to 53.
“In the last rounds of confrontations, if 62 people were martyred, Fifty of the martyrs were Hamas and 12 from the people. How can Hamas reap the fruits if it pays such an expensive price?” said Hamas official Salah Bardawil in an interview with the Palestinian Baladna news outlet.
Questioned about the figures by the presenter, Bardawil said they were “official.”
A 25-year-old Dallas-area man was arrested Friday after posing as a 17-year-old Hurricane Harvey victim and high-school freshman for roughly nine months, and starring for a high-school basketball team, per The Dallas Morning News.
Sidney Bouvier Gilstrap-Portley was arrested Friday night, booked into the Dallas County Jail and has since bonded out, according to court records. He faces a charge of tampering with government records.
Gilstrap-Portley enrolled at Skyline High School at the beginning of the 2017-18 school year, posing as a victim of Hurricane Harvey under the name Rashun Richardson. The school had opened its doors to hurricane victims, and Gilstrap-Portley took advantage. In October, though, Gilstrap-Portley transferred to Hillcrest High School, where he played basketball and also began dating a 14-year-old girl, a story police are still investigating.
Gilstrap-Portley was voted the District 11-5A offensive player of the year by coaches. Hillcrest went 11-10 this past season.
A social media video of a man yelling at two females in an eatery at lunch time has gone viral.
The video, alleged to be of a Manhattan lawyer, has been viewed more than 2 million times. In the video, the man berates two females at the eatery for speaking Spanish.
"Every person I listen to—he's speaking it, she's speaking it. This is America," the man says in the video. The eatery has been identified on social media as Fresh Kitchen on Madison Avenue, near 39th Street.
Birmingham, Alabama - While some pass by the New Era Baptist Church and never notice a sign in the church’s front yard, there are others, especially those who live nearby, who can't help but see it. "I really think it shouldn't be up there," says 16-year old Keagan Edwards. He doesn't live too far from the sign that reads: "Black Folks Need to Stay Out of White Churches." On the other side, it says: "White folks refused to be our neighbors." -- "I wouldn't have a problem going to a predominately white church because everyone's not racist and you've got to give somebody a chance," says Edwards. We're not exactly sure what Pastor Michael R. Jordan meant by the sign. We tried reaching him through the church phone number, however, it was disconnected. But Jordan is no stranger to controversy.
In 2013, after George Zimmerman was acquitted in the Trayvon Martin case, he put up a sign that read: "George Zimmerman Jury Supported White Racism." The latest sign caught the attention of Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin. "There is a spirit that is over this city that has to be brought down. A spirit of racism and division," Woodfin said in a Facebook post. "We have to change the conversation to what we need it to evolve into. Darkness cannot drive out darkness. Only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that," the post went on to say. William Summerville disagrees with the sign, but he feels there just may be some positive that can come from it. "It can bring a lot of people closer together because everybody is going to come together and start expressing their feelings and everybody can get on the same level and everybody can be happy," he says.
Sen. Cory Booker (D- N.J.) wants those from outside his state and party to know that he's been reaching out to understand them. He says he has travelled the rural south and west and has read 'Hillbilly Elegy'. Elitist much, Cory? If you are not familiar, J. D. Vance's 'Hillbilly Elegy: A Memoir of a Family and Culture in Crisis', is described as "a passionate and personal analysis of a culture in crisis—that of white working-class Americans," by it's publisher. Booker made the comments at the Center for American Progress Ideas Conference Tuesday.
Stephen King found himself in hot water for a tweet many felt was insensitive about first lady Melania Trump's recent surgery.
The first lady underwent surgery Monday morning for a benign kidney condition and is expected to remain hospitalized for "the duration of the week."
The famous author tweeted shortly after the White House's announcement.
"Not to be snarky, but Melania can probably use a week’s rest from Blabbermouth Don," King tweeted. "Sounds heavenly to me."
Not to be snarky, but Melania can probably use a week’s rest from Blabbermouth Don. Sounds heavenly to me.
— Stephen King (@StephenKing) May 14, 2018
The outspoken liberal was immediately met with angry Twitter followers who felt his tweet was inappropriate considering the serious nature of Melania's surgery.
England - That will leave a mark.
Harrowing footage shows the moment a gunman shot an acquaintance during a rampage across two states that left three dead.
The shocking surveillance video obtained by ABC News shows Radee Prince walking into an office at a used car lot in Wilmington, Delaware, and wounding owner Rashan 'Jason' Baul last October.
Wearing a black hat and a black jacket, Prince is seen heading to the back door of the main room before gunshots ring out.
Another person, who was with Baul at the time, then tries to barricade the door as Prince tries to get in.
On Tuesday, Prince was convicted of attempted manslaughter in the shooting and faces between eight and 89 years behind bars.
He will now face trial for shooting five co-workers at Advanced Granite Solutions in Edgewood, Maryland, last October.
Damn buddy got his hands full.
MORGAN COUNTY, Ind. - Recently unsealed court documents reveal gruesome details in the murder of a five-year-old boy with special needs, according to WXIN.
Steven Ingalls is accused of the asphyxiation and intentional overdose death of Brayson Price.
The child’s mother, Meghan Price, faces conspiracy to commit murder and neglect charges.
“The apartment was a small two-bedroom apartment. The argument is it's impossible for this much violence without the other person not waking up and knowing what’s going on,” said Prosecutor Steve Sonnega. “They were both there. Mr. Ingalls took the position as a caregiver living with the mother.”
Ingalls called Mooresville police on the morning of Nov. 23, 2016, to report an unresponsive child.
While Brayson was rushed to the hospital, the first officer on the scene spotted “a large amount of blood in the bedroom” where the boy was found.
“Things just didn’t look right,” Detective Chad Richhard is quoted as saying in court documents.
During the initial stage of the investigation, Richhart told the court he was able to examine the cell phones of both Ingalls and Price.
Ingalls, Price’s boyfriend since 2014 and the father of the couple’s toddler son also named Steven, allegedly used his cell phone to conduct internet searches the month before Brayson’s death with topic lines such as, “kill my mentally retarded step-son, torture techniques, beat child with fragile X abuse, I want to kill my autistic child, painful ways to die, most painful torture,” according to the PC.
A Canton man is recovering in the hospital after a traffic stop.
Ronald Wagner II was pulled over Sunday by an Ohio State Highway Patrol trooper for not having a front license plate.
Wagner refused to get out of his vehicle, so the trooper called the Canton Police Department for help. The officers brought a K-9, who bit down on Wagner, getting him out of the car.
Wagner argues it's within his rights to stay in his car. “I'm staying inside my vehicle, where my rights are protected by the Fourth Amendment,” Wagner argued.
When asked why he didn’t comply with officers. He responded, “Once you comply, you give up your rights. I didn’t want to give up my rights, so I did not consent."
Wagner has been in the hospital since the incident on Sunday. He has undergone two surgeries, but was expected to be released Tuesday night. He says he is considering a lawsuit. Canton police say they incident is under review.
A fearless tourist somehow managed to stay still as a bold young leopard came over to sniff him and even made a grab at his leg.
The animal was resting after eating an impala he had just hunted and killed, and was sat about 15 foot away from the tourist's jeep.
Spotting the holidaymakers and their guide watching him, the leopard decides to walk over and see what was going on.
The tourist captured the whole thing on video.
Speaking after the incident he said: "Our tracker said 'don’t move, be still'. So I didn’t."
In Rome, Czech Republic's Karolina Pliskovais plays against Greece¿s Maria Sakkari in a tennis match. Pliskovais disagrees with a call and after the match decides to smash the umpire's chair with her racket.
Timmonsville NAACP President the Rev. Jerrod Moultrie posted on Facebook on April 13 that he was racially profiled when a Timmonsville police officer pulled him over for a traffic violation near his home on Harkless Court in Timmonsville.
Moultrie was stopped for failing to use a turn signal and a problem with his license plate, according to police.
Moultrie's post said, "Tonight, I was racially profiled by Timmonsville Officer CAUSE I WAS DRIVING A MERCEDES BENZ AND GOING HOME IN A NICE NEIGHBORHOOD."
Moultrie recounted his conversation with the officer in the post.
He said the officer asked him if there were any drugs inside his car.
Moultrie said in that post the officer told him, "I am doing you a favor tonight not taking you to jail or writing you a ticket."
Florence community activist Timothy Waters said when he saw Moultrie's Facebook post, it made him very upset that a black person could be racially profiled for driving a nice car in a nice neighborhood.
Waters said he went to the Timmonsville Police Department to take a look at a copy of the officer's dash and body cam video.
He added when he saw the video, he became even more upset, but not at the officer, rather at Moultrie.
Waters said the body cam video totally contradicts what Moultrie posted on Facebook.
He said the officer was very pleasant and kind to Moultrie during the entire four-minute traffic stop.
"Once I got a copy of that body cam, it's as if he made the whole story up. And I felt like he set us back 100 years, because think about all of the racial profiling cases (that) are true," said Waters.
A judge has ruled that Broward County Elections Supervisor Brenda Snipes violated state and federal laws by destroying ballots from a 2016 congressional race while they were the subject of a lawsuit against her office.
The SunSentinel reported that Florida's Department of State said it will send election experts to the Broward County elections office in upcoming elections to "ensure that all laws are followed."
The decision involved Tim Canova's bid to unseat U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, D-Fla., in the 2016 Democratic primary. Canova lost, 57 percent to 43 percent.
Canova wanted to look for voting irregularities and sought to see the ballots in 2017. He sued Snipes when the ballots weren't produced. However, Snipes had approved destruction of the ballots.
Seattle city council member and avowed socialist Kshama Sawant is interviewed by a local news station where she attacks voters who showed up to protest the city's tax on employees for homeless housing as "right-wing NIMBYists." She later refuses to state that she is harming the debate by attacking Amazon and other businesses that don't want to pay for employing people in the city of Seattle.
Tucker takes on Pat Davis, a Democrat running for Congress in New Mexico, who made sure his opinion on the NRA was unambiguous in new ad.
A Belgian man and his son were brutally beaten by several men on Saturday afternoon in Antwerp after they sat down on the terrace of a halal restaurant while drinking alcohol.
The two men, who were described as being under the influence of alcohol, are said to have brought alcoholic beverages with them to the Express pita restaurant at Rooseveltplaats in Antwerp which is located in close proximity to the shisha cafe Fayrouz and a Persian restaurant.
The 22-year-old Trump supporter who was verbally attacked by the staff at a Miami Cheesecake Factory restaurant over his “Make America Great Again” hat described the moment as “just really wrong” in an interview on Wednesday's edition of “Fox and Friends.”
“They all started getting behind us, and one of the [workers] was saying, ‘I’ll knock the hat off his head, I’ll hit him so hard that I’ll knock his hat off,’" recalled Eugenior Joseph of Sunday’s incident.
“They were clenching their fists and standing behind me, trying to scare us and stuff ‘I wasn’t really intimidated by anything, but … it was just sad,” he said.
Joseph and his girlfriend’s family had been seated at a Miami location of the Cheesecake Factory on Mother’s Day when he said his girlfriend’s aunt first noticed some of the employees “making gestures” at him from over in a corner.
What appears to be rampant fraud in a state program is costing taxpayers as much as $100 million a year and could be going overseas to fund terrorism; State Sen. Jim Abeler reacts
Philadelphia school's signs that take aim at the GOP and NRA are sparking outrage. Outraged parent says the kids are being used as pawns.