Former president Donald Trump

Trump faces at least one felony charge, AP sources say

Two anonymous sources told the Associated Press that Donald Trump faces at least one felony charge. Scripps News has not confirmed any charges yet.

 | Scripps News Staff

Tornado damage in Little Rock, Arkansas

'Destructive' tornado rips through Little Rock, Arkansas

Emergency crews said they are conducting rescue operations following a massive tornado that swept through Little Rock, Arkansas.

 | Scripps News Staff

The TikTok logo.

TikTok ban gains momentum as half of Americans favor the move

A new poll shows half of all Americans favor banning the popular social media app, while just one in five are opposed to the idea.

 | Gage Jackson

Image of water tanks

Louisiana man arrested for allegedly urinating in local water supply

A man is Louisiana is accused of urinating in water tanks that provided water to the Donaldsonville area.

 | Scripps News Staff

A Chicago Police Department vehicle is parked

Public safety debate fuels voters ahead of Chicago election

Public safety is a national concern that motivates people to vote, especially in non-presidential years. That is especially true in Chicago.

 | Vanessa Misciagna

Rapper Daniel Hernandez, known as Tekashi 6ix9ine.

3 arrested in Florida gym beating of rapper 6ix9ine

The 26-year-old rapper was treated for non-life-threatening injuries last week after being jumped by a group of men at a South Florida LA Fitness.

 | Gage Jackson

North Carolina House Speaker Tim Moore speaks in front of the U.S. Supreme Court.

Permit no longer required to buy a handgun in North Carolina

Advocates said it is no longer necessary after significant updates to the national background check system.

 | AP

A map of expected weather impacts

Severe storm system pushes east; millions under tornado watches

Powerful storms will start to roll through Friday afternoon and into the overnight hours.

 | Scott Withers

"Rust" movie set

Court accepts 'Rust' assistant director's plea in shooting case

David Halls was sentenced to six months of unsupervised probation following the shooting death of Halyna Hutchins on the movie set for "Rust."

 | Scripps News Staff

Black plume of smokes rises over East Palestine, Ohio, after a toxic train derailment.

Justice Department sues Norfolk Southern over toxic train derailment

The lawsuit seeks to hold the company accountable and "ensure it pays the full cost of the environmental cleanup."

 | Gage Jackson

Former President Donald Trump speaks at a campaign rally at Waco Regional Airport

Trump to be arraigned Tuesday, court official says

Former President Donald Trump will be arraigned Tuesday in New York after being indicted in connection to a hush money payment scheme.

 | Scripps News Staff

Students walk through Harvard Yard on the campus of Harvard University.

Ivy Day 2023 a rough one as Harvard, Columbia admit less than 4%

Students were glued to their computers Thursday at 7 p.m. for Ivy Day, the day admissions letters are sent.

 | Mary Chao

Trainer Marcia Hinton pets Lolita, a captive orca whale at the Miami Seaquarium

52 years after capture, orca Lolita may return to Pacific

Lolita, also known as Tokitae, was about 4 years old when she was captured in Puget Sound in summer 1970.

 | AP

A team from the company Astrobotic puts the finishing touches on a space lander.

Private space stations take shape amid new space exploration era

The Keystone Space Collaborative's latest effort could be game-changing, as it partners with Sierra Space to construct a private space station.

 | Maya Rodriguez

A woman walks near an uprooted tree, a flipped vehicle and debris from homes damaged by a tornado.

Biden heads to Mississippi town ravaged by deadly tornado

The president and first lady will survey the damage on Friday, meet with homeowners and first responders and get a briefing from officials.

 | AP

Lunar New Year in Montclair, New Jersey, 2023.

NJ Assembly approves Lunar New Year holiday

The New Jersey Assembly approved a bill recognizing Lunar New Year as a state holiday. Nationally, there are no holidays recognizing Asian Amercians.

 | Mary Chao

Former President Ulysses S. Grant, Donald Trump and Vice President Aaron Burr.

History of legal problems US presidents and vice presidents have faced

A legal expert weighs in on the Trump indictment's place in history and the legal woes of past U.S. presidents.

 | Scripps News Tampa

Donald Trump

Lawmakers react after news of Trump indictment

As the news of a sealed indictment filed against former President Donald Trump broke, a stream of reaction from lawmakers surfaced.

 | Scripps News Staff

Law enforcement officers stand outside a courthouse in New York

What happens now that Donald Trump has been indicted?

An indictment has been issued, but there are still open questions about what exactly Trump is being charged with or when he might surrender.

 | Evan Thomas

Don Roberto Jewelers exterior

Latino-owned businesses growing, but fighting for fair representation

Latino business owners discuss struggles amid the current economic uncertainty, as well as a lack of representation for their community.

 | Dan Grossman

Donald Trump

Grand jury votes to indict former President Donald Trump

Donald Trump will be the first former president to face criminal charges. The exact charges in the indictment were not clear.

 | Scripps News Staff

Gwyneth Paltrow

Gwyneth Paltrow found not at fault in ski collision trial

An eight-member jury found that actress Gwyneth Paltrow was not to blame for a collision during a 2016 ski trip in Utah.

 | AP and Scripps News Staff

A sign at Joint Base Andrews

Lockdown lifted after incident reported at Joint Base Andrews

An alert warned that a person with an AR-15-style rifle was reported around Joint Base Andrews. A lockdown was lifted with no shots fired.

 | Scripps News Staff

A police officer walks in front of The Covenant School

'I hear another shot:' 911 recordings from Nashville shooting released

The Metro Nashville Police Department released recordings from three 911 calls, where people can be heard asking for help.

 | Scripps News Staff

Wall Street Journal reporter Evan Gershkovich.

Russia arrests American reporter for alleged spying

Wall Street Journal reporter Evan Gershkovich became the first American journalist to be arrested on espionage charges in Russia since September 1986.

 | AP and Scripps News Staff

A BNSF train.

Evacuation order ended after train carrying ethanol derails

A BNSF Railway train derailed, causing a fire and prompting evacuations in Raymond, Minnesota.

 | Scripps News Staff

Aerial photo shows portions of a Norfolk Southern freight train on fire.

Lawmakers introduce legislation in response to Ohio train derailment

A bipartisan group of Ohio lawmakers has introduced a second proposal that would strengthen rail industry regulations.

 | Justin Boggs

Students visiting a memorial for the Covenant School victims.

Nashville school shooting victims are remembered at a solemn vigil

In remembrance of the three children and three adults killed in a school shooting in Nashville, Tennessee, hundreds gathered for a candlelight vigil.

 | Tammy Estwick

Pittsburgh Central Catholic High School

School swatting incidents reported in wake of Tennessee mass shooting

Threats of violence at schools often prompt massive police responses, including lockdowns and other measures that disrupt learning.

 | Justin Boggs

Josselyn Berry speaks at an event in Arizona

Arizona governor's press secretary resigns after 'transphobes' tweet

Arizona's governor said her press secretary turned in her resignation following a tweet that appeared to promote violence.

 | Scripps News Staff