Jury Awards $13.5 Million to Family of Man Killed in Collision with Speeding Fire Engine

WASHINGTON (AP) — A D.C. Superior Court jury has awarded $13.5 million in damages to the family of a man who was killed in a crash involving a speeding fire engine in 2018. After two days of testimony, the jury ordered the District to pay compensation to the family of the victim, identified as 32-year-old Deangelo Green. Green, a father of six, lived in the Brookland neighborhood in Northeast Washington and worked as a maintenance man at the nonprofit organization So Others Might Eat. The incident occurred on March 9, 2018, when Green’s vehicle was … Read more

Vince McMahon Faces New Allegations: WWE Under Fire in Ongoing Lawsuit

CORRECTIONVILLE, IOWA – As the excitement builds for WrestleMania season, the shadow of Vince McMahon looms large over WWE. McMahon, the former WWE and TKO Chairman, finds himself embroiled in a scandalous 67-page lawsuit filed by former WWE employee Janel Grant, which has created a dark cloud over the company. The lawsuit alleges sex trafficking and misconduct by McMahon, prompting a deepening crisis for WWE. Civil litigation attorney Ryan Saba, renowned for his legal expertise, commented on McMahon’s troubling situation. Saba highlighted that McMahon’s potential to damage the company as a key member of its … Read more

Yuma Man Facing Multiple Felony Charges After Allegedly Setting Apartment on Fire

YUMA, Ariz. – A Yuma man has been indicted by a grand jury for allegedly setting his apartment on fire. Agustin Vera, 44, appeared in court and now faces nine felony charges, including aggravated assault and endangerment. The indictment follows charges filed against him last month. Vera, who pleaded not guilty to all charges, has been provided representation from the public defender’s office. He is scheduled to appear in court again on March 8th for a case management conference, which will determine if he can be released provisionally during his court proceedings.

Mother Utilizes Ohio’s Safe Havens Law: Leaves Baby Boy at Stark County Fire Station

Canton, Ohio – A baby boy was recently left at a fire station in Stark County under Ohio’s Safe Havens law, which allows parents to anonymously surrender their newborns without fear of prosecution. The infant, referred to as Baby Boy Doe, was discovered at the fire station by first responders. Safe Havens laws, also known as Baby Moses laws, are enacted in many states across the United States. They provide parents with a safe and legal option to leave their unharmed newborns at designated locations, such as hospitals, fire stations, or police stations, within a … Read more