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Cleve Wootson is a general assignment reporter for The Washington Post. He was previously a reporter for the Charlotte Observer, covering public safety, general assignment and breaking news.
Mariah Lopez watched from a car as two men killed her grandmother. The teen's body was found a few days later.
The adult male jaguar made the most of its escape.
If the wind is strong enough, it could push the iceberg harmlessly out to sea. If it rains, the berg could break, with devastating effects.
Uriah Sharp's mom thought a paper route would teach him a lesson in responsibility. Then the police pulled up.
Sarah Palin said Cohen, “heavily disguised” as a veteran, had duped her into the interview. She ultimately walked out, she said.
Crabbing had been Angel Perez's primary hobby since Parkinson's disease forced him into retirement.
The battle over a flag has cost Larry Murphree hundreds of thousands of dollars and consumed years of his life.
Mary Rose Ballocanag called a friend to relay the news about her family from her own hospital bed: “They're all gone.”
Many said the High on Life exploits were pointless and dangerous vanity, putting young lives at risk for bragging rights and social media fame.
On a Tuesday night last week, the members of Delta Sigma Theta went to the restaurant for a celebration. A day later, they returned for a protest.