Church shooter's sister arrested after social media post
Her brother, Dylann Roof, is on death row for shooting nine black churchgoers.
The younger sister of Dylann Roof was arrested Wednesday at her school for allegedly bringing weapons to campus and posting to Snapchat a message police said "caused alarm."
evening, and to the two police officers shot in the chest and the tense standoff for hours at a St. Louis suburb today. Armored vehicles standing outside a home, an armed suspect barricaded inside. ABC's Alex Perez at the scene tonight, where police vests saved those officers' lives. Reporter:
The violence was ignited by a judge's acquittal of former police officer Jason Stockley in the 2011 killing of a black man, Anthony Lamar Smith.
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Phoenix police came to the rally in riot gear and gas masks as thousands of protesters surrounded the convention center and heckled Trump supporters.
ABC News was embedded with a young leader of the so-called alt-right movement and activists who were there protesting their Unite the Right rally.
A white supremacist saying he's ready to die for his convictions and a political activist saying he's exposing evil were at an event that ended with one woman dead and at least 19 injured.
The so-called "alt-right" demonstrators were protesting plans to remove a statue of confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee.
Members of the so-called alt-right demonstrated on the UVA campus before police broke up the march, calling it an unlawful assembly.