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Church Deacon Convicted Of Murdering NBA Star Lorenzen Wright
Billy Ray Turner, who was reportedly having an affair with Wright's wife, Sherra Wright, was found guilty of first-degree murder, attempted first-degree murder, and conspiracy.
Charlotte Woman Accused Of Spending COVID Money On Shopping Sprees And Cars
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Young Dolph Murder Suspect, Justin Johnson, Attacked In Jail
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Sen. Cory Booker Moves Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson To Tears: 'You Are Worthy'
As Jackson wiped away tears, Booker praised, “Nobody is going to steal that joy. You have earned this spot."
Deion Sanders Blasts NFL Scouts Absent From Jackson State Pro Day
"You 10 that's missing, if I catch you at Mississippi State or Ole Miss, it's going to be a problem," the coach warned.
Two Amazon Flex Drivers Mistaken As Burglars Shot While Making Deliveries, Sues For $400M
The suit says Amazon failed to provide logo-branded materials to the independent drivers that would properly identify them, as the shooter thought they were burglars.
Miami Beach Spring Break Curfew Criticized As Targeting Black People
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‘Heartbroken:’ 14-Year-Old Dies In Fall From Massive Drop Tower At Florida Amusement Park
Yarnell Sampson told WTVT that his son, Tyre Sampson, told his friends that he was worried that he would not make it through the ride.
St. Louis Girl Shoots Cousin And Herself On Instagram Live While Playing With A Gun
Police originally listed the incident as a murder-suicide, but Shanise Harvey, the mother of the 12-year-old, insists it was a freak accident.
Woman Writes Letter In Support Of Reducing Sentence Of Kidnapper Who Raised Her
Kamiyah Mobley says Gloria Williams is "her mother," despite Williams abducting her in 1998 and raising her as her own.
Hundreds Of Black Students Escape War In Ukraine
Some videos shared online appear to show African students being kept from boarding trains out of Ukraine in order to make space for Ukrainian citizens.
La'Ron Hines Hosts BET Talks: McDonald's Future 22 | Part I
BET Talks: McDonald's Future 22 is a series that will spotlight dynamic, young leaders impacting their communities. Our host, La'Ron Hines, sits down with these Gamechangers as we get to know more about them and the platform they're using to invoke change. Part I features, Dara Ashley Freemon, JC Smith, Marcyssa Brown aka Horizem, and Earl Robinson.
101-Year-Old Merrill Pittman Cooper Finally Gets High School Diploma
During the segregated 1930s, the centenarian's family was too poor to keep him in school.
Safety Expert Blames Operator Error For Death Of Tyre Sampson On Florida Amusement Park Ride
An independent assessment found that he was "not harnessed properly."
WNBA Players Speak Out About Brittney Griner Detainment
The pro basketball star has been imprisoned in Russia since February.
Man Charged In Vicious Killing Of New York Woman He Met On Tinder
Danueal Drayton and Samantha Stewart went on a date in July 2018 when Drayton allegedly strangled Stewart before engaging in sexual conduct with her dead body.
Man Disarming A Shooter, Was Shot By Police Instead
K'aun Green grabbed a gun from a man at a San Jose restaurant, but when police arrived, he was shot four times.
Dawn Staley Makes History As The First Black Woman To Win Two NCAA Women’s Basketball Titles As Head Coach
South Carolina's 64-49 defeat of Connecticut made history for the WNBA legend.
Trae Tha Truth Supports Mom Robbed At Gunpoint After Cashing Her Tax Refund
In a video shared by police, the woman is seen exiting her car when a gunman demands that she empty her pockets.
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The final Senate confirmation vote will likely come on Thursday, and could make Brown Jackson the first Black woman to serve on the Supreme Court.
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