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    Authorities said three people died Thursday morning during a shooting at a New Mexico high school, including the person who first opened fire at the school, according to multiple reports. >> Read more trending news
  • Sen. Al Franken said Thursday that he will resign 'in the coming weeks' from his seat in the U.S. Senate amid growing calls for him to step down after multiple women accused him of sexual misconduct. >> Read more trending news
  • Rahmael Sal Holt, the suspect in the shooting death of New Kensington, Pennsylvania, Officer Brian Shaw, is in custody after a days-long manhunt. >> Watch the news report here Police had been searching for Holt since Friday night’s shooting. He was arrested Monday morning at a home on Ladora Way in Pittsburgh’s Hazelwood neighborhood after law enforcement agencies received a tip that he was there. In addition to Holt, eight other people were arrested – including his mother. >> Visit WPXI.com for complete coverage Shaw, 25, was killed after he pulled over a Jeep on Friday in a traffic stop on Leishman Avenue. According to court documents, the Jeep never stopped and Holt, who allegedly killed Shaw, fled and Shaw pursued him on foot.  >> Suspect named in Pennsylvania police officer's shooting death Tavon Harper, who police say was driving the Jeep, took off, police said. Holt then fired multiple shots, killing Shaw, according to court documents. Shaw was transported to Allegheny Valley Hospital, where he later died.  >> Read more trending news  WPXI confirmed with multiple sources that Shaw was ambushed that night and at least one of the bullets went through a soft spot in his body armor. Read more here.
  • An argument between two shuttle drivers on Texas Christian University's campus in Forth Worth turned violent Tuesday morning and prompted a brief lockdown at the school, according to multiple reports. >> Read more trending news Students at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth were ordered to shelter in place around 7:15 a.m. CST, amid reports of an armed person on campus. The lockdown was lifted around 8 a.m. CST.
  • President Donald Trump’s former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, and a former business associate, Rick Gates, turned themselves in to federal authorities Monday to face 12 charges in connection to a months-long probe into Russian meddling in the 2016 election, according to multiple reports. >> Read more trending news Manafort and his attorney showed up at the FBI’s Washington field office around 8:15 a.m., The New York Times reported. Gates also turned himself in, The Associated Press reported. In a 31-page, 12-count indictment approved Friday by a grand jury, federal prosecutors accused Manafort and Gates of conspiring against the United States, conspiring to launder money and working as unregistered foreign agents. Another former Trump campaign staffer, George Papadopoulos, pleaded guilty earlier this month to lying to FBI agents in the investigation, headed by Special Counsel Robert Mueller, officials said Monday.
  • Two children were killed and one man injured in a stabbing early Tuesday in Colorado Springs, Colorado. >> Read more trending news  >> Click here or scroll down for more
  • Federal prosecutors on Tuesday announced charges against 10 people accused of participating in a pair of college basketball bribery schemes, including four coaches in top-tier college basketball programs and employees of global sportswear apparel giant Adidas. >> Read more trending news  “The picture painted by the charges brought today is not a pretty one,” acting U.S. Attorney Joon Kim said at a news conference Tuesday afternoon. Authorities allege that four coaches took bribes to steer their student athletes toward financial advisers, business managers and athletic advisers, including Jim Gatto, listed online as the director of global marketing for Adidas; and Munish Sood, identified by The Washington Post as chief executive of financial advisory company Princeton Capital. Prosecutors identified the charged coaches as Auburn University assistant coach Chuck Person, University of Southern California assistant coach Tony Bland, University of Arizona assistant coach Emanuel 'Book' Richardson and Oklahoma State University assistant coach Lamont Evans.
  • Equifax CEO Richard Smith is out after the credit bureau reported a massive data breach earlier this month. >> Read more trending news The move, described as a retirement, was made effective immediately on Tuesday. Paulino do Rego Barros Jr., the head of Equifax’s Asian operations, has been named interim CEO, and board member Mark Feidler has been named non-executive chairman. Officials with the Atlanta-based credit reporting and technology company said a “cyber security incident” might have exposed the personal information of 143 million Americans. Hackers exploited a software glitch to gain access to the trove of personal data, the company said. Equifax disclosed earlier this month that the data breach was discovered in July and believed to have taken place from mid-May to July. >> Related: Equifax, software maker blame each other for opening door to hackers The data believed to have been accessed included names, Social Security numbers, birth dates and addresses. In a statement, Feidler said, “The Board remains deeply concerned about and totally focused on the cybersecurity incident.” “We are working intensely to support consumers and make the necessary changes to minimize the risk that something like this happens again,” he said. “We have formed a Special Committee of the Board to focus on the issues arising from the incident and to ensure that all appropriate actions are taken.” Smith had been Equifax's CEO since 2005. In a statement, Smith called his tenure at Equifax “an honor, and I’m indebted to the 10,000 Equifax employees who have dedicated their lives to making this a better company.” Although many analysts had applauded Equifax's performance under Smith, he and the rest of his management team had come under fire for lax security and its response to the breach. Smith is expected to testify before Congress in early October. >> Related: Equifax apologizes for sending people to fake company website  WSBTV obtained video of the Smith speaking to students and faculty at the University of Georgia last month, after the company’s massive data breach occurred but before the company disclosed it. The company didn’t disclose the breach until Sept. 7. The Associated Press, Atlanta Journal-Constitution and the Cox Media Group National Content Desk contributed to this report.
  • North Korea's foreign minister on Monday told reporters that President Donald Trump has issued 'a declaration of war' against the Hermit Kingdom in the president’s most recent statements on the country. >> Read more trending news However, White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders insisted at a news briefing on Monday that no declaration had been made. “We’ve not declared war on North Korea, and frankly the suggestion of that is absurd,” she said. On Saturday, Trump said that North Korea 'won't be around much longer' if it continues to threaten the United States.  
  • Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said on Thursday that the social media company will turn over to Congress thousands of ads believed to have been bought by Russian agents attempting to influence last year’s presidential election. >> Read more trending news Facebook officials said earlier this month that more than 3,000 ads were uncovered that ran between 2015 and 2017 and appeared to have come from a Russian entity that aimed to influence the election.