The family of a city woman claimed by street violence wants her to be remembered as a loving mother who was cruelly gunned down, leaving her eldest boy an orphan and her youngest daughter with only a young child’s memory of her slain mom.
Tiffany Lomax, 28, was riding in a car on River Street in Mattapan two blocks from her home early yesterday morning when it was targeted by gunfire. Bullets ripped through the vehicle, hitting the man driving… Continue
An enraged Brooklyn man tossed a pit bull into a basement full of terrified children Wednesday - using it as a "weapon" that chomped a 3-year-old boy, cops said.
Frantz Cesar, 24, was so angry with his girlfriend that he kicked in an air conditioner at her East New York home and threw his pit bull Rocky through the open window, according to police and family.
Six kids, from 8 months to 10 years old, were dozing and playing in the… Continue
ST. JOHNS COUNTY, Fla. -- One of St. Johns County's most-wanted suspects was arrested Thursday night, according to county deputies.
Investigators said Kenwand Thompson was wanted on charges of selling fake drugs.
"He was selling what is sometimes referred to as 'God Rock,' but it's fake crack cocaine. Sometimes individuals will sell this fake crack cocaine to folks, and it's obviously 100 percent pure profit for them. Not only is it… Continue
It's been a long time coming, but the wait is finally over! Bishop Lamont's first official single from "The Reformation" is called "Grow Up," produced by none other than Dr. Dre! The single will premiere on Power 106 & KDAY TONIGHT throughout the night, so be on the look out for it if you're in the LA area.…
*Stop us if you've heard this song before, but the arrests just keep coming for DMX. For a fourth time since early May, the rapper was put in handcuffs – this time in Phoenix due to two outstanding warrants.
The artist, born Earl Simmons, was arrested Wednesday morning at a Phoenix airport as he exited a flight from Fort Lauderdale. His lawyer, Murray Richman, told MTV that X knew he would be apprehended as soon as he touched down in his home… Continue
No surprise here, $65 mil to play in his hometown with Elton Brand, Cuttino Mobley & rookie Eric Gordon beats playing in Golden State no matter how sad a sports franchise the Clippers may be.… Continue
A baby girl born in a Lauderdale Lakes home two weeks ago went from her mother's womb into a trash-filled white garbage bag.
The little girl survived the ordeal and is in good health, while the mother sits in county lockup, charged with attempted murder, according to the Broward Sheriff's Office.
Here's how authorities say it happened:
Meshia Morant, 30, a Jamaican living illegally in the United States, was staying with… Continue
PITTSBURGH -- A 19-year-old man faces a criminal homicide charge in the fatal shooting of a teenager in January.
Ernest Tolliver was a passenger in a car that was leaving the Kentucky Fried Chicken drive-through in Pittsburgh's Homewood neighborhood when, police said, someone ran up to the car and opened fire, killing Tolliver.
Police said Wednesday evening that officers have arrested Romeo Price, who remains held at the… Continue
*Having the hottest record in the country right now isn't enough for Lil Wayne. The New Orleans-born rapper just stepped into the bubbly business with his newly-launched Halo Champagne.
Weezy teamed with the company Milestone Brands and French grower Voirin-Jumeh to develop the product, which is scheduled to arrive in stores later this year. Halo made its formal premiere in the video for Wayne's No. 1 single "Lollipop."
*Kanye West says he's about to create a line of men's footwear for the French fashion house Louis Vuitton, as well as a non-Louis-related line of womens wear headed for stores this fall.
The rapper showed up Friday at Vuitton's spring 2009 show in Paris’ Jardins de Bagatelle and told Women's Wear Daily: ”I’m here for Louis” before revealing that he is working with the fashion giant on a men’s shoe line.
An Orleans Parish judge has set a $1 million bond to keep David Bonds in jail awaiting trial on attempted murder, two months after a jury acquitted the 19-year-old of murdering musician Dinerral Shavers.
Judge Julian Parker last week raised the magistrate court's original $750,000 bond to a cool million - which in Orleans is an enormous sum for a defendant facing a charge not involving a homicide. Bonds remained in jail as of Tuesday… Continue