Minnesota Man Sentenced to Federal Prison for Violent Casino Attack

Minneapolis, Minnesota – A Minnesota man has been sentenced to federal prison for a violent attack that took place at one of the state’s casinos, as reported by the U.S. Attorney’s Office for Minnesota. The incident occurred last Spring when 55-year-old Shawn Rene Lussier from Red Lake allegedly assaulted a person in a hotel room, … Read more

Investigation Closed into Old National Bank Shooting in Louisville: ATF Ends Probe with No Federal Charges

Louisville, Kentucky – The federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives has concluded its investigation into the mass shooting at Old National Bank in Louisville, Ky. The shooting occurred the day after Easter, claiming the lives of five individuals and injuring eight others. Among the victims were five employees of the bank: Josh Barrick, … Read more

Boogaloo Movement Follower Sentenced to Life for Federal Guard’s Murder

Oakland, Calif. – A man from Northern California has been sentenced to life in prison for his involvement in the shooting death of a federal security guard and the injuring of another. Robert Allen Justus, a part of the anti-government “boogaloo movement,” was convicted last year of murder and attempted murder. He was sentenced by … Read more

Explosive Plot Uncovered: Men Facing Federal Charges for Blowing Up Bryan County Home

BRYAN COUNTY, Ga. – Federal charges have been brought against two men accused of detonating an explosive device at a home in Bryan County, showcasing a disturbing plot of stalking and intimidation. 34-year-old Caleb Kinsey and 37-year-old Stephen Glosser were originally facing state charges for unlawful possession of an explosive and first-degree arson before this … Read more

Fraudulent: Diego Ibarra Faces Federal Court for Fake Green Card Possession

Athens, Georgia – Diego Ibarra, the brother of Jose Antonio Ibarra, who is suspected of being involved in the murder of a nursing student on UGA’s campus, is set to make his first court appearance on Monday. Diego faces charges of possession of a fake green card after being stopped by Athens-Clarke County police officers … Read more

Explosion of NIL Profits Expected for USC Football Players After Federal Judge’s Injunction against NCAA

In Los Angeles, California, a federal judge’s recent injunction against the NCAA has set the stage for a potential explosion in Name, Image, and Likeness (NIL) opportunities for USC football players. This move could have significant implications for collegiate athletes across the nation. The injunction ruled that the NCAA’s limits on compensation and benefits for … Read more

Tank Explosion Victim Awarded $30 Million in Federal Jury Judgment for Pain and Suffering

GREELEY, Colorado – An oil and gas worker from Idaho who was injured in a tank explosion in Weld County in 2019 recently won a $30 million federal jury judgment against a Wyoming field services company. Steven Straughen, 36, was thrown 27 feet in the explosion and suffered severe injuries, including the loss of a … Read more

Illinois Toxic Substance Truck Crash: Evacuation and Federal Inquiry

Teutopolis, Illinois – Federal regulators are currently conducting a review of a tragic crash that occurred in Teutopolis, Illinois, involving a semitruck transporting a toxic substance. The crash resulted in multiple fatalities and led to dangerous air conditions, prompting the evacuation of residents in the area. A spokesperson for the National Transportation Safety Board, Jennifer … Read more

Deadly House Explosion in Sterling, Va. Under Investigation by Federal Health and Safety Agency

Sterling, Va. – The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) will be conducting an investigation into a deadly house explosion that occurred in Sterling, Va. Federal officials will be looking into the cause of the explosion, which has been linked to a propane tank. The explosion, which took place on Wednesday, left one … Read more

Gas Leak Linked to Deadly Home Explosions in Jackson Sparks Federal Investigation

Jackson, Mississippi – Federal authorities are pointing fingers at a natural gas distribution company for allegedly being aware of a gas leak before two explosions occurred in Jackson. The explosions resulted in the tragic death of an elderly woman and raised concerns about the safety practices of the company involved. According to the National Transportation … Read more