Derek Chauvin Sentence: How Long Will He Spend In Prison?Judge Peter Cahill will decide if an upward sentencing departure applies to this case. Based on minimum sentencing guidelines, Chauvin will get at least 12 and a half years in prison.
New Mugshot Released As Derek Chauvin Is Booked Into Maximum Security PrisonThe Minnesota Department of Corrections released a new mugshot Tuesday of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, who was booked into the Oak Park Heights maximum security prison after being convicted of murdering George Floyd.
FDA Completes Inspection Of J&J Vaccine Maker Emergent BioSolutions, Cites Concerns Over Cross-Contamination, SanitationThe U.S. Food and Drug Administration has completed its inspection of the Baltimore-based Johnson & Johnson vaccine maker Emergent BioSolutions Tuesday and "cited a number of observations concerning whether the facility’s processes met our requirements and standards."
WATCH: British Woman Gets Video Of Mountain Lion Right Outside Home In ColoradoA British woman visiting her mother in Colorado had an amazingly close encounter with a mountain lion.
Reducing Your Environmental Footprint: How To Reuse, Recycle, Repurpose“We pull about a half a million tons a year of concrete out of the waste stream and repurpose it as gravel."
Mixing & Matching? Getting Different Types Of COVID Vaccines In The Future May Provide 'Stacked Immunity'It's likely everyone will need a booster shot within 12 months of getting a COVID vaccination, but should you get your booster from the same company that made your original vaccine? Dr. Dave Hnida has the answer.
NFL, NBA, NHL, MLBPA Issue Statements Following Derek Chauvin's Guilty Conviction In Murder Of George FloydOn Tuesday, as the country reacted to the guilty verdicts in Minneapolis, America's pro sports leagues responded as well.
Archaeological Homesite Discovery Linked To Maryland Abolitionist Harriet TubmanA historic homesite discovered in Maryland has been linked to abolitionist and famed Underground Railroad conductor Harriet Tubman.
'I Wanted To Be A Witness': Pilgrimages Being Made To George Floyd Square Ahead Of Chauvin Verdict"I wanted to be a witness," Bishop Thomas Masters said. "I wanted to feel what it's like to be in the neighborhood, to talk to the locals."
New Federal Program To Help Struggling Restaurants Hit Hard By COVID PandemicThe U.S. Small Business Administration is launching a new program to help the food service industry that was hit hard by the pandemic.
Texas Securities Commissioner Issues Emergency Order To Stop Fraudulent Cryptocurrency Trading ProgramTexas Securities Commissioner Travis J. Iles entered an emergency cease and desist order to stop offers of a fraudulent cryptocurrency trading program in the state.
Police Responding To 'Intruder' Call Bust Down Door -- To Find Robot Vacuum As CulpritAn unusual intruder led to a scary night for a Natomas woman and left her with a busted front door and clean floors.
Skydiver Dies As Parachute Gets Tangled On The Way Down At California Parachute CenterA parachutist at the Skydive Lodi Parachute Center in California died after her parachute got tangled on the way down, the San Joaquin County Sheriff's Office announced.
Gender 'X' Option Now Available On New Jersey Driver's Licenses And IDsThe X designation represents unspecified genders, along with the existing male and female options.
Ring Videos Show Creepy Encounters By Man Outside Home Of Frightened MomA Sacramento mother is scared for her young family’s safety and wants law enforcement to take action after her Ring doorbell captured a man coming to her door four times in recent weeks, including late at night, claiming to be from social services.