The Mötley Crüe co-founder and bassist looks back at his formative years in a memoir published in late 2021 titled “The First 21: How I Became Nikki Sixx.”
California Gov. Gavin Newsom clarified this week that when he called criminals accused of stealing packages from cargo trains in the state “gangs of people” he wasn’t implying the thefts were gang-related.
Illinois murder defendant convicted after judge initially reads wrong verdict because of paperwork mix-up
A jury’s paperwork mix-up resulted in a central Illinois judge announcing a not guilty verdict in a murder trial, only to inform the defendant minutes later that he had in fact been convicted.
A Texas teacher remained on administrative leave Friday after a video showing her ranting about her students and her job circulated online.
Some Arizona lawmakers are looking to change the way people can record police encounters, calling for a distance requirement that anyone with a camera must remain to record a police officer.