Footage of the chaos after the shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas where a gunman killed 19 students and two teachers late Tuesday morning at a South Texas elementary school.
A U.S. Border Protection agent, one of several officers responding to the scene, shot and killed the gunman, a senior Department of Homeland Security official told USA TODAY on Tuesday night.
The shooting is the deadliest school shooting in Texas history, and the third deadliest school shooting in modern U.S. history.
Videos from a drag show performance at an Iowa high school went viral online on Tuesday, prompting the school to announce an investigation into the incident.
"The district has been made aware of an unauthorized performance that took place yesterday after school at Ankeny High School," read the statement from the school on Facebook.
"As a part of the Gay Straight Alliance (GSA) Club’s end-of-the-year meeting, performers from the Central Iowa Youth Pride Pageant were invited to share a drag performance. While the GSA is an approved school club, this performance was not approved by the building administration and did not follow the correct protocols prior to the meeting," the statement continued.
"This performance was after school and localized to the students participating in the club. It was not approved by the building administration, and it is currently under investigation," it concluded.
Videos reportedly from the drag show were posted to the popular "Libs of TikTok" account and quickly went viral.
A high school student in Alexandria, Virginia, has died after someone stabbed him during a fight involving 30 to 50 people at the Bradlee Shopping Center Tuesday afternoon, police say.
Officers found 18-year-old Luis Mejia Hernandez when they arrived to the McDonald's parking lot at the shopping center to break up the fight about 12:30 p.m., police said.
Medics took Hernandez, a student at Alexandria City High School, to a hospital, where he died a short time later, police said.
The school's principal, Peter Balas, said in a letter to students and parents that Hernandez would "be greatly missed by the Titan community, especially in the International Academy."
A wild video was filmed by a man inside a car marked 'press' as he drives through the Donbas area as mortar fire explodes at the side of the road.
Reality star and rapper, Sukihana Kelly was filmed with another woman in a thong twerking inside a gas station before jumping on a man inside an ambulance.
It's been said the women were filming a video for a rap song but patrons inside the gas station didn't look like they appreciated the show.
There have been reports child protection services are looking to question Kelly, whose real name is Destiny Henderson from Wilmington, Delaware, over the incident.
Kelly's claim to fame has been one of the main stars of “Love & Hip Hop Miami.”
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Salvador Ramos, the 18-year-old gunman who massacred as of now 18 pupils and one teacher Tuesday at a Texas elementary school in Uvalde, had killed his grandmother before coming to the school. Ramos, a student of Uvalde High School, also injured others, including two policemen, before he was shot dead by the police. Some of Ramos victims were 2nd, 3rd and 4th graders, aged between 6-10 years.
SAN DIEGO — A 19-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of plowing a car into several pedestrians after an altercation in the parking lot of a Carlsbad strip mall earlier this week, police said Thursday.
The suspect, who police identified as a Spokane, Wa. resident, was booked into Vista jail on suspicion of attempted murder and assault with a deadly weapon.
At least four pedestrians — two 21-year-old men, a 40-year-old man and a 42-year-old man — were struck and injured during the incident. They were treated at hospitals and were expected to recover, police said.
The incident unfolded around 2:10 a.m. Sunday at the Village Faire Shopping Center on Carlsbad Village Drive. Police said a man had gotten into a fight with others in the parking lot. He then got in his vehicle and drove into a group of pedestrians, striking several of them. The driver then reversed and struck other pedestrians before driving away.
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Two Florida's sheriff's deputies rescued a nine-year-old boy from a house fire moments before the home was completely engulfed in flames.
Hillsborough County Sheriff Deputy Kevin Reich and Deputy Alexander Maldonado attended the fire at the property in Joe Ebert Road in Seffner, Florida, just before 11pm on May 19.
Distraught parents, Chris and Karen Ares, who were on the front lawn with the family dog, told them that their son Owen Ares, 9, was still inside.
Video from the scene shows the pair smashing through Ares' window and using their flashlights to guide the boy through the smoke towards them, where they then grabbed him and pulled him out to safety.
They lay him on the front lawn to check his vitals and waited with Ares until paramedics arrived to rush him to a local hospital.
Ares, his mother, Karen McGinnis, and the homeowner were all treated at Tampa General Hospital.
Ares remains in the ICU where he is being treated for smoke inhalation. Ares also suffered burns in the incident.
Neither Reich or Maldonado were injured in rescuing Ares. Both men joined the department in March 2020.
Russia tank forced to flee as Ukrainian forces give chase in gripping drone footage
Ukraine’s 79th Air Assault Brigade, part of the unit that became known as “Cyborgs” in 2014 due to their lengthy and stubborn defence of Donetsk airport against pro-Russian separatists, have destroyed another of Putin’s tanks. The T-72B3 tank is followed by the brigade in Donetsk Oblast, the footage shows, and is hit twice before the soldiers within the vehicle flee into the nearby cover of trees.
The dramatic footage shows the brigade spotting the enemy vehicle on a dirt track in a forest in the most easterly oblast of Ukraine.
The tank then speeds off as the brigade follows, attempting to secure a lock on the target to launch an attack.
As the tank drives out into a more open road, it is partially hit and smoke starts to billow from its left corner.
A direct hit then lands on the top of the tank, by its turret, causing the vehicle to explode into flames. Two Russian soldiers are spotted fleeing out of the tank as it is still moving. The vehicle, then engulfed in flames, careens off the side of the road into a lamppost.
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Rayme McCoy, a 23-year-old Black woman, was violently attacked by a “racially-motivated” white man inside a BP gas station in Jacksonville, Florida. According to the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office, Kevin Troy Williamson, 59, was arrested on Friday and charged with misdemeanor battery, reports News4JAX. He was not arrested until five days after the May 16 attack.
The assault at 3551 University Blvd. was recorded by store surveillance cameras and quickly went viral online. McCoy spoke to First Coast News and recounted the incident, in which Willaimson seemed to already be yelling racial slurs outside at someone else. While standing in line to pay, she asked Williamson to step away from her because he was too close, which enraged the man.
“I went in BP to get gas and I was walking in… there was a guy arguing with an Indian guy and when I walked around him to go inside, he came in after me and was basically yelling ‘Y’all kind, you need to go back where you came from,'” she said. “I’m pushing his beers away from me and once I pushed the beers away from me, he started punching me in my head.”
Williamson struck McCoy a total of 10 times and simply walked off, leaving her scarred and bruised. He was released on bond Saturday at 11:59 p.m.
A Florida sheriff’s deputy is facing a criminal charge after using a Taser near gasoline, igniting a fire that severely burned a 26-year-old suspect and injured the deputy himself and two fellow officers. The sheriff said Crawford was aware there was gas in the immediate area when he attempted to use a Taser on the suspect
A deranged gunman shot and killed a 48-year-old Goldman Sachs employee “without provocation” on Sunday while the straphanger was riding a Manhattan subway train to brunch, cops said.
The shooter, who was still on the loose Sunday evening, was seen pacing back and forth in the last car of the northbound Q train around 11:42 a.m. before he pulled out a gun and opened fire on the unsuspecting victim, police and sources said.
“Completely random,” one police source said.
The victim, identified as Daniel Enriquez, was rushed to Bellevue Hospital, where he was later pronounced dead, police said.
“According to witnesses, the suspect was walking back and forth in the same train car and, without provocation, pulled out a gun and fired at the victim at close range as the trains [were] crossing the Manhattan Bridge,” NYPD Chief of Department Kenneth Corey said at a briefing.
When the train pulled into the Canal Street station, the gunman — described as a dark-skinned heavyset man with a beard — fled the station by running up to Centre Street, Corey said.
The suspect was wearing a gray hoodie that said “Aeropostale” on it, according to sources.
The shooter and the victim didn’t know each other, according to Corey. No one else on the train was injured.
A 51-year-old man, after being denounced by his partner for sexual violence set himself on fire inside his truck on the corner of his wife’s house in Mar del Plata, Argentina. The violent incident was recorded by area residents. Justice ordered exclusion from the home and a ban on access to the home where the woman lived.
The episode took place yesterday at the intersection of Santa Cecilia and Bouchard, in the Cerrito and San Salvador neighborhoods when a man parked his red Ford Explorer in the corner of his girlfriend’s house. At that moment, he had already begun shouting for a juvenile court judge to come and talk to him because he received exclusion at home and restrictions on access.
After a few minutes, the man said he was holding a five-liter can of gasoline and he would pour it on himself and then set himself on fire when no judicial official listened to his complaint. Residents in the area immediately notified 911. A group of policemen from the area came to the area along with firefighters and tried to stop it. Firefighters broke down the car door to rescue him.
Once they were released, the man who was consumed by the flames began to walk. Police tried to put out the fire, but he sustained severe injuries to his body. The moment was captured by area residents who, unable to believe the situation, wondered what had happened. When the troops extinguished the fire, the man was rushed to the Hospital Interzonal General de Agudos (HIGA), which shortly after his death was confirmed.
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Social media users are today (May 21) up in arms over video footage of an incident in which an individual had his right ring finger ripped off by a lion at what appears to be a zoo facility in Jamaica.
In the footage, the man is seen taunting the caged adult lion as the captivated audience looked on.
For several seconds, the attendant teased the massive predator with his hand, clapping and gesturing to get its attention.
Things take a turn for the worse after the lion’s patience with the ‘game’ wore thin, and it bit down on his finger following one last brush against its teeth.
The man exclaimed and the audience, seemingly not aware of the danger, stood with mouths agape as a literal tug-of-war was waged between the attendant and the lion.
He repeatedly screamed expletives as the lion growled, his movements becoming ever more urgent and desperate.
Even after bracing both feet against the foundation of the wire-mesh fence, the man was no match for the brute strength of the lion and, for the visiting audience, the horrific realisation came too late.
The man’s hand was finally freed, sans ring finger, as surprised expressions erupted from the audience.
A shocking video showing local firefighters punching and kicking a person at Los Angeles City Fire Station 6 is going viral. LAPD says that person was allegedly trying to break into the fire station, and station firefighters were forcibly removing that person from their property.
Multiple investigations are now underway. L.A. Fire Department Station 6 on Virgil Avenue in Silver Lake, next to the 101 Freeway, is surrounded by homeless encampments, and according to LAPD, a man tried to break into the fire station Friday just before 2 p.m.
They say that firefighters assigned to the station literally kicked the man off their property. Apparently this isn't the first time the fire station has had issues with this man. In a statement, the Los Angeles Fire Department says they have launched an internal investigation into the incident, and that LAPD is conducting a criminal investigation.
The firefighters involved have been detailed to administrative duties until the investigation is complete. And because of the prior run-ins with this individual, LAFD has filed a restraining order against the man to try and keep him away from Station 6.
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The Tarrant County District Attorney’s office will review the firing of a Fort Worth police officer to determine if possible criminal charges will be filed.
Mitchell Miller was fired Thursday after the officer was caught on camera throwing a handcuffed suspect to the ground and knocking him unconscious.
FWPD Chief Neil Noakes announced the firing of Miller on Friday after a multi-month investigation.
The incident that led to the firing of Mitchell happened at the intake for the Fort Worth city jail on Jan. 28.
Mechanic 'Tries' to Stop a Car From Falling off the Lift.
Road Raging Older Couple Tried to Hit Someone, Then This Happened.
Getting fired without a doubt.
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