A statewide Silver Alert has been issued for a missing and endangered man.
Ameer Williams, a 3-year-old boy, is described by police as being 3-feet-1-inch tall, about 30 pounds, with braided light brown hair, and brown eyes.
Early Friday morning, the Hillsborough State Attorney's Office announced several dozen more charges will be filed for looting and rioting that began on the night of May 30.
Hecklers at an Iowa high school baseball game hurled racist taunts towards the lone black player at Charles City High School.
Today, with thousands protesting nationwide against racial injustice, a years-old push is gaining steam to rename the Edmund Pettus Bridge in honor of Rep. John Lewis, who led the 1965 marchers on “Bloody Sunday.” But the idea is drawing opposition in Selma, including from some who marched with Lewis that day.
Jane Doe claims years of sexual abuse came to an end only after she became pregnant with Jeffrey Epstein’s baby.
A mural of a Black woman who was killed by police in Louisville, Kentucky, will be painted in a historically Black neighborhood in Annapolis, Maryland.
A family in Washington state could face up to year in jail or be fined no more than $5,000 if they continue to draw chalk on their street in support of Black Lives Matter, a city attorney said.
Police say the suspect bit off the tip of the officer's nose while trying to escape arrest.
Prosecutors said he collected $131,457 and used the money for his own personal expenses until last year.
Two surveillance cameras recorded graffiti being sprayed on the recently painted "Black Lives Matter" street mural on Rosalind Ave. in Orlando, police said.
Osceola County sheriff's deputies said a Road Ranger's work truck was stolen after the ranger stopped to assist following a hit-and-run crash.
An Orlando police officer was charged after he was accused of smashing a driver's window during a traffic stop. That driver aired his concerns during a review board meeting.
On Wednesday, fugitive units with the Sheriff's Office arrested Alexander Martinez-Perez, 42, on charges of first-degree murder, attempted first-degree murder, and burglary with battery.
This is the first time that Fort Hood officials have publicly spoken about the Guillen case. It comes after the news yesterday that a military suspect is dead and a civilian suspect was arrested by the Texas Rangers in connection with Guillen's disappearance.
The other suspect in Guillen's disappearance was identified Thursday as Spc. Aaron David Robinson. Robinson took his own life when law enforcement attempted to make contact with him after he fled from Fort Hood late Wednesday.
No deputies were hurt in the shooting.
Volusia County deputies said that the boy, Jordan Jackson, left the Enterprise area on a bicycle on Tuesday evening.
21-year-old Emmari Jackson became irate when she was told she couldn't fly because of her behavior, police say.
A responding officer had to fatally shoot the pit bull to provide first aid to the infant.