16-year-old Amy Joyner-Francis was attacked by a group of classmates in a girls bathroom of a Delaware high school in April 2016. She died soon after because of an undiagnosed heart condition. A judge has made a ruling on the teenage girls who were responsible for the fatal attack that day.
Both supporters and opponents of President Donald Trump confronted each other in Berkeley, California at a planned Pro-Trump Rally this past weekend. Nearly two dozen people were arrested as footage shows a number of brawls break out in the crowd.
Police are still searching for a man suspected of shooting a 74-year-old man in Cleveland and uploading a video of it to Facebook. The suspect has been identified as Steve Stephens, who had also broadcast on Facebook Live earlier that day claiming that he’d also killed more than a dozen people, according to NPR.
“There are no more victims that we know are tied to him,” Cleveland Police Chief Calvin Williams said during a news conference.
A Cook County judge was murdered outside of his home this past Monday morning in a robbery. Prosecutors say that Judge Raymond Myles, 66, wasn’t the intended target after it was found suspects had been following his 52-year-old girlfriend for a couple of weeks to learn her schedule.
Ariyana Davis applied to a total of 24 colleges and universities this past year. 23 of them were HBCUs. Being the stellar student that she is, the Mother McAuley Liberal Arts High School senior was accepted to all of them.
Bayview Correctional Facility was once a very dangerous women’s prison in New York. Records show that it once had the highest number of staff sexual assaults in the country.
Now that it’s been closed, the building is going to be used as a safe haven for women’s a girl’s rights organizers, some of which were once inhabitants of the prison.
After sending an air strike to destroy Syrian airfields only a few days ago, the United States government has now ramped up its efforts to fight ISIS by dropping its biggest non-nuclear bomb in Eastern Afghanistan.
LeBron James really does love the kids. It feels like every other week there’s a new story coming out where he’s finding a new way to give them support. But his latest venture may be the biggest one yet.
The Associated Press reports that James is opening a STEM-focused school to help at-risk youth in his native Akron, Ohio. The Cleveland Cavaliers’ star is working with Akron Public Schools to make the idea a reality and hopefully open to students in the 2018 school-year.