The Greenville Police Department is investigating the incident as a hate crime, while the FBI announced plans to launch a civil rights probe.
Walker told WGRZ that he would not be "intimidated," and remain vigilant as an active member of his community on Monday after receiving the hateful note, but it's unclear if and when he will return to duty.
Kenneth Walker and his wife believe that the blaze was set because he refused to resign from the fire department.
Atwo-year-old girl was killed in a fire at her Brooklyn apartment while her mother was out working as a stripper, the New York Post reports. The body of Kalenah Muldrow was found under a bed, where she apparently tried to hide from the flames, reportedly caused by a portable heater. The child’s mother, Leila Aquino, 20, an exotic […]
Smith, who was previously homeless, was staying with his friend and her two granddaughters, ages 8 and 10. He was awakened from his sleep when he heard a loud noise in the middle of the night. He told reporters he believed someone was breaking in, but then he saw smoke.
New Life Missionary Baptist Church in St. Louis became the fifth Black house of worship to burn in the past 10 days when it was scorched in a blaze Saturday, throwing arson investigators into high gear in an effort to determine who is setting fire to the religious structures.
Muslim organizations have banded together to raise $100,000 in an effort to help rebuild Black churches in the South that were torched in recent months,…
The seventh fire in 10 days to break out at a southern Black church may have been caused by lightning, the FBI announced Wednesday. Officials from…
VIA MYFOXDC: ARLINGTON, Va. – A fire at a home along Glebe Road and 9th Street has left sixteen people homeless. The fire started around…