San Francisco officials to vote on ‘CAREN’ law to stop 911 calls against Black people not committing crime

SAN FRANCISCO – Fed up with white people calling 911 about people of color selling water bottles, barbecuing or otherwise going about with life, San Francisco supervisors are set to approve new hate crime legislation giving the targets of those calls the ability to sue the caller.The San Francisco Board of Supervisors will vote Tuesday on the Caution Against Racial and Exploitative Non-Emergencies Act, also known as the CAREN legislation.

Colorado woman cited after deer raised in home attacks, gores neighbor

A 73-year-old woman in Colorado was cited with two misdemeanors after a buck deer she raised in her home gored her neighbor last week, according to officials.Colorado Parks and Wildlife said in a news release that Tynette Housley of Black Forest admitted to wildlife officers she took in a days-old fawn into her home more than a year ago and raised it. “We can’t say it enough: Wild animals are not

OJ Simpson mocks Jeffrey Toobin’s Zoom incident

O.J. Simpson took a stab at making light of the Jeffrey Toobin situation.The Juice compared Toobin to Pee-wee Herman in a short video clip posted to his Twitter just hours after the CNN analyst’s masturbation scandal broke.“Daaaaamn, Jeffrey Toobin. At least Pee-wee Herman was in an X-rated movie theater,” Simpson said in the clip. “I’m just saying.”MSNBC'S MADDOW, HAYES SEEM TO LAUGH AT CNN'S JEFFREY TOOBINToobin, who famously chronicled Simpson’s murder trial for

This Day in History: Oct. 20

The House Un-American Activities Committee opens hearings. Special Watergate prosecutor Archibald Cox is dismissed and Attorney General Elliot L. Richardson and Deputy Attorney General William B. Ruckelshaus resign in the "Saturday Night Massacre." Libyan dictator Muammar Qaddafi is killed during an uprising.

Trump says Sudan will be dropped from state sponsors of terrorism if it pays $335 million to terror victims

President Donald Trump on Monday said Sudan will be lifted from the list of state sponsors of terrorism once it pays $335 million to U.S. terror victims and their families. “GREAT news! New government of Sudan, which is making great progress, agreed to pay $335 MILLION to U.S. terror victims and families,” Trump tweeted. “Once deposited, I will lift Sudan from the State Sponsors of Terrorism list. At long last,

Texas Air Force base investigates suspicious package

A Texas Air Force base shut down one of its entrances Monday after a bomb-sniffing dog alerted authorities to a suspicious package inside a commercial truck, officials said. The south gate at the Goodfellow Air Force Base in San Angelo, 205 miles northwest of Austin, was closed just after 12 p.m. out of "an abundance of caution," base officials told Fox News. The military working dog alerted authorities to the package, which was

Massachusetts police arrest suspect accused of trying to kidnap 11-year-old, second suspect wanted

An 11-year-old Massachusetts girl escaped an attempted abduction on Sunday night, police reported. Worcester police received a report around 7:53 p.m. that a male attempted to abduct the girl, but that she had escaped and run to “a nearby business.” Police later identified the suspect as Andrew Merriam, 51, of Hudson, Mass. Merriam was with another male, whose identity is unknown.GUNFIRE AT FLORIDA YOUTH FOOTBALL GAME KILLS MAN AND INJURES

Gunfire at Florida youth football game kills man and injuries his son

A dozen shots rang out at a youth football game in Florida, killing a man and wounding his 7-year-old son, according to reports.The shooting happened Sunday evening at a park next to an elementary school in Jacksonville and touched off a chaotic scene that sent kids and adults running for their lives in all directions. The boy's injury was a graze wound.GEORGIA POLICE SEEK ANSWERS IN SHOTGUN KILLING OF HONOR STUDENT, 13The

Colorado wildfires force thousands to evacuate, blaze ‘just exploded’ to 8,700 acres

Thousands of residents in Colorado have been forced to flee from a fast-moving wildfire that's already destroyed dozens of homes, according to officials. The Calwood Fire has now grown to at least 8,788 acres in Boulder County, which is now the largest blaze in the county's history, Mike Wagner, a division chief with the Boulder County Sheriff's Office, said Sunday during a briefing."It just exploded," Wagner said after the blaze erupted on Saturday.NEW

Maryland high schooler accused of prank involving masked man with gun during Zoom class: report

An alleged prank by a Maryland high schooler on Thursday prompted school staff to call the police after a masked man appeared to be holding a gun during a virtual learning class, according to a report. The student at Quince Orchard High School in Gaithersburg, Md., located about 20 miles northwest of Washington D.C., had his camera turned off at the start of class before it was turned on and two young men appeared on the screen, FOX

Michigan city council member charged with allegedly running drug house: reports

A Michigan city council member was charged last week with drug possession and running a drug house, after authorities searched his home about eight months ago, according to reports.Roseville City Councilman Charles Frontera, 32, was arraigned via Zoom on Wednesday for charges of crack cocaine possession, less than 25 grams, and maintaining a drug house, records show."It just leaves a black eye on the city of Roseville," Mayor Robert Taylor told

Some Portland cops earn over $200G, largely driven by overtime amid protests

At least 15 Portland police employees made more than $200,000 last fiscal year, largely due to overtime pay, according to a report on Sunday.The fiscal year – from July 1, 2019, to the end of June 2020-- didn't include overtime made by police during the past four months of daily protests and riots in the city, according to a wage database obtained by The Oregonian through a records request. This June, however, there were more than

Another bloody weekend in Chicago as gun violence leaves several killed including a teenager

At least 32 people were shot over the weekend in Chicago as of Sunday afternoon, with six of them being killed in the process, as gun violence continues to rage within the city limits. One of the encounters left a teenage boy dead and three others wounded in Lawndale, according to CBS 2. After the shooting happened a little before 11 p.m. on Friday, officers responded to a ShotSpotter call and found two

Casket outside Brooklyn nursing home filled with 6,500 covers of Cuomo’s book

A casket display outside a Brooklyn nursing home in New York had 6,500 copies of Gov. Andrew Cuomo's new book dumped into it, to represent to the number of people who've died from the coronavirus, due to his administration's policies regarding sick senior citizens. Around 6,500 people were reported to have been killed by COVID-19 in nursing homes throughout the state, according to The New York Post. Fox News meteorologist Janice Dean, who lost two in-laws

NYC banquet hall cited for huge party that violated coronavirus restrictions

New York City sheriff’s deputies shut down a catering hall they said was hosting an illegal party for more than 200 people who were not wearing coronarvirus masks or keeping six-feet apart.The COVID-19 enforcement action took place at the Queens Luxe Banquet Hall near Kennedy Airport at 1:35 a.m. Saturday, according to reports.“Patrons were not social distancing, not wearing proper face coverings, and not adhering to the Mayoral and Gubernatorial COVID-19

Small plane crash-lands in Washington state parking lot after losing power

A flight instructor’s “heroic” landing in a Washington state parking lot saved the lives of all three occupants on board a small plane Saturday after the aircraft lost power, authorities said.The two students and an instructor all walked away without injuries after the plane crash-landed in a church parking lot in Puyallup, Graham Fire and Rescue said.FLORIDA NEWLYWEDS KILLED 4 DAYS AFTER WEDDING WHEN PRIVATE PLANE CRASHES DURING COLORADO HONEYMOONImages

Dramatic rescue by Dallas cops after vehicle plunges into lake caught on body camera

The Dallas police officers who saved a woman after her car plunged into a lake said they were just doing their jobs.Police were alerted Tuesday night to the dire emergency at Old Rochester Park in South Dallas. The ensuing dramatic rescue was captured by officers' body camera footage.“This is not a job that you take to get any kind of appreciation or a pat on the back. It’s usually the opposite,” Officer Thomas Foster, who participated in the rescue, told

Texas man granted US citizenship — 53 years after serving in Vietnam, receiving Purple Heart

A Mexican American living in Texas, who is a Vietnam War veteran and a Purple Heart recipient, has finally received U.S. citizenship -- more than 50 years after his military duty, according to a report.Ruben Sanchez was 20 years old when he joined up to defend America, he told KVEO-TV in Brownsville, Texas."L.B. Johnson took over and he started drafting the people, the young guys like myself," he said. He quoted President Johnson's predecessor,

Competency of Kate Steinle’s alleged killer being reviewed by federal judge

The competency of a defendant in a 2015 homicide case that figured prominently in Donald Trump’s run for president is being reviewed by a federal judge, according to a report.Illegal immigrant Jose Ines Garcia Zarate of Mexico is facing federal gun charges in the shooting death of Kate Steinle, 32, who authorities say was struck by gunfire when she visited a crowded pier in San Francisco.In part because Zarate was

San Francisco archbishop holds exorcism where protesters toppled Junipero Serra statue

A Roman Catholic archbishop performed an exorcism in Northern California on Saturday morning at the site where racial injustice protesters toppled a statue of 18th-century Spanish missionary Junipero Serra days earlier.Unlike in movies, real exorcisms are often solemn church rituals like Saturday’s, which was intended to drive out evil and defend Serra’s reputation.Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone of the Archdiocese of San Francisco performed the ritual in front of about 150 supporters before celebrating a special

Free speech rally marred by violence as counterprotesters storm event, beat pro-Trump demonstrators

A rally called to promote free speech and denounce big tech censorship turned ugly Saturday in San Francisco, when hundreds of alleged Antifa counterprotesters showed up and berated and attacked demonstrators, leaving one missing a tooth.The conservative group Team Save America organized the event to protest Twitter, which it argues censors free speech. They planned to rally at United Nations Plaza before moving the protest to Twitter's headquarters a few blocks away. But the event quickly devolved into a shouting

Border Patrol agents stop smuggling case where child was separated from parents

Border Patrol agents in Texas recently apprehended smugglers who had separated a child from his parents -- something authorities warned could have left the youngster “helplessly under the control of strangers.”According to Border Patrol officials, a van was stopped at the I-35 checkpoint north of Laredo on Oct. 8, where 16 illegal immigrants from Mexico, El Salvador, Honduras, Guatemala and Ecuador were apprehended. Two of the illegal immigrants, a married Honduran couple,

Tennessee cops arrest man after girl, 3, kills father playing with a gun

A 3-year-old girl in Tennessee accidentally shot and killed her father after cops say she picked up a gun belonging to a man now facing charges in connection with the death.It happened Wednesday night in Memphis.The girl was playing with the gun in the back seat of a car when it discharged, police said.The bullet struck her father Jerome Smith in the head, according to local media.BOY, 5, TRIES TO FIGHT

Louisiana man charged with shooting and killing toddler during violent rampage

Louisiana police say a violent man went on a rampage and allegedly killed an innocent 2-year-old boy when he sprayed a house with gunfire, according to reports.Baton Rouge Police Chief Murphy Paul called Azariah Thomas a “beautiful soul” who didn’t deserve to die. The boy's father serves as a police officer with the New Roads Police Department outside of Baton Rouge.“When we’re out there trying to find comforting words, it’s hard,”

NYPD woes mount: Patrol chief’s sudden retirement part of ‘troubling’ exodus

The New York Police Department – said to be the largest police force in the nation – is in the grip of a "troubling" shakeup, as retirements and resignations continue to mount, officials said.Union officials and others say the exodus is being fueled in part by pressure by racial justice advocates to defund police departments or impose major reforms.The NYPD said in an email to Fox News this week that 2,385