COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — A fire department captain in South Carolina's capital has been dismissed for posting on social media that he would run over protesters if they were still blocking traffic when his shift ended.
News media outlets report that Capt. Jimmy Morris was fired Monday over Facebook posts about Black Lives Matter protesters.
Protesters closed an intersection near the Statehouse and prompted the closing of a section of interstate late...
MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) — A Republican representative running for a New Hampshire congressional seat is under fire after people in photographs posted on his social media accounts complained the images were altered to show them wearing campaign stickers.
WMUR-TV reports (http://bit.ly/29vhX2H ) Rep. Eric Estevez tweeted that his computer had been hacked and suggested that the doctored pictures were the work of the "establishment."
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — North Carolina's chief law enforcement officer and Democratic challenger for governor, Roy Cooper, says the state's new law excluding police camera recordings from the public record goes too far in withholding information from the public.
The law allows a person shown in a video to ask police to see it but not copy it. The department can deny such requests, citing concerns about safety, reputation or an ongoing investigation. Then it would be up to a...
CLINTWOOD, Va. (AP) — A sheriff says a suspect in the shooting of three relatives in southwest Virginia has surrendered to authorities.
Dickenson County Sheriff Bobby Hammons tells the Bristol Herald-Courier (http://bit.ly/29One7G ) that 52-year-old Jamie Neil Sykes barricaded himself in his own house, but surrendered around noon Tuesday after negotiations over the phone.
Hammons says the three victims are Sykes' wife, Teresa, and her parents, David...