Antonio Hernandez was taking out the trash at Evans Street Car Wash in Greenville, North Carolina, when he spotted the check.
Gov. Doug Burgum, a Republican, cautioned people against thinking of the decision to wear a mask or face covering as a political one.
Wang Yanyi, an immunologist and director of the Wuhan Institute of Virology, was quoted in Chinese state media as saying such claims are "pure fabrication."
The winning numbers in Saturday night's Powerball draw were 2, 8, 18, 21, and 23. The Powerball was 16.
Donna Selvey, 33, was sentenced to 20 weeks in prison for the assault on a police officer in West Midlands in the U.K.
Eric Hogue, the mayor of Wylie, wrote in an email that women couldn't lead prayer at city council meetings and quoted Bible verses that say women should stay silent in church.
The First Pentecostal Church of Holly Springs on Highway 178 was destroyed in a fire in the early hours on Wednesday.
Marijuana worth $632,000 was found inside the commercial shipment intercepted at the Pharr International Bridge cargo facility in Texas.
Kurt Duncan, 56, is facing 125 misdemeanor wildlife charges after a months-long investigation by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources.
Rebecca Woodard's SUV was hit by a train at a Kansas City Southern Railway Crossing in Doyline, Louisiana.
Emily Schantz, her husband and their two children left their home in Caroline County for a drive and accidentally ran over a bag stuffed with bills.
Kelvin Watson, 27, has been charged with attempted first-degree murder after the shooting at the Waffle House restaurant.
Costco trended on Twitter after a video captured an employee called Tison asking a customer to leave a store over his refusal to wear a mask.
The Jamestown Regional Medical Center received $121,722 from the Department of Health and Human Services's Provider Relief Fund.
Investigators say 28-year-old Leemarkese Deangelo Melson allegedly left a loaded handgun within reach of children at an address in LaGrange, Georgia.
David Robinson sued the city of Sikeston, Missouri after he was freed from prison in May 2018 after the state Supreme Court overturned his conviction for the murder of Sheila Box.
"It must be very strange doing this in these trying times, but know we're rooting for you," Pitt told graduates of the university in his hometown of Springfield, Missouri.
Kelvin D. Edwards, 35, attacked 55-year-old Kevin Craft and his wife Leanne Craft, 50, as they waited inside a Public Storage in Nashville, police said.
Carlos Lago and his family have spent a lot of time enjoying the pool at their home in Miami-Dade County amid the coronavirus lockdown, but cloudy weather kept them inside on Friday.
The author sparked controversy after he revealed he had traveled to his home in Scotland after he and his wife decided they "needed to give each other some space."
CCTV footage showed the man wandering around exhibits at the Australian Museum in Sydney for about 40 minutes.
Four swastikas were found painted on the pillars of the building in the Center City neighborhood of Philadelphia.
The congresswoman held a forum via Zoom on Saturday night called "How COVID19 Disproportionately Impacts the Black Community."
The team at the University of Kentucky is hoping to create a membrane mask that would "capture and deactivate" SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19.
District Judge Kiyo Matsumoto said the 37-year-old's "self-described altruistic intentions" do not not provide a legal basis to grant an early release.
Firefighters responded to a structure fire at Smoke Tokes, a wholesale supplier of hash oil, a concentrated form of marijuana.
The winning numbers in Saturday night's Powerball draw were 8, 12, 26, 39 and 42. The Powerball was 11 and the Power Play was 2X.
Deputies had responded to a call reporting that several small children were spotted riding in a small crate on the bed of the truck along Interstate 40.
The videos, filmed in April, reveal wet markets in China, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia and the Philippines are continuing to sell live and dead animals amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Michael Ryan, the WHO's emergencies director, said it had recorded more than 35 "quite serious" incidents in 11 countries in April involving attacks on individuals and groups.