Black Lives Matter supporters get into makeshift caskets, representing the number of deaths by police shooting, after Sacramento officers told them to disperse from downtown streets, September 18, 2018.
A high school football team from Ketchikan, Alaska, will fly more than 1,300 miles to Utqiaġvik, formerly known as Barrow, for a game. The journey through Bush Alaska will take two days, with a stopover in Anchorage.
Modesto Bee opinions editor Mike Dunbar discusses the upcoming debate with congressional 10 candidates Jeff Denham and Josh Harder that will take place this Thursday
at the Bee offices in downtown Modesto, Calif.
In this episode, Beyond the Bubble checks in on the Charlotte Observer’s Jim Morrill on how campaigns are dealing with a natural disaster in Hurricane Florence. Also, former Pennsylvania Congressman Jason Altmire says accusations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh could hurt moderate Democrats this November.
A Tullytown, Pennsylvania, mother killed her 2-year-old child with sippy cup of Vicodin and now faces homicide charges, prosecutors said. The mother was found with apparently self-inflicted wrist injuries.
California has its own kind of hurricanes: atmospheric rivers. Jeffrey Mount, professor emeritus at UC Davis, explains why rising sea levels can lead to high tides during these storms, threatening Central Valley levees and causing severe flooding.
Harris County Precinct 5 Constable Ted Heap announced the arrest of 3 preteens in the Houston area that could be responsible for up to 26 recent robberies and assaults, including the beating of a 76-year-old.