Tasheem Maeweather. The name might sound familiar for some and ingrained in the brain of others who were at Crossgates Mall back in November when gunfire rang out. Maeweather, the alleged shooter wasn't in custody until a couple of days after the shooting which left people concerned that danger was still looming.
In December Maeweather was sentenced to 9-years in state prison by Judge Peter Lynch
As I sit here and write this, a cold bloodied killer is on the loose after shooting an innocent 74 year old man on Facebook Live over the weekend. Enough is enough, it's time for Facebook Live to step up, and shut it down.
November 12th is a day that'll stay with many in the Capital Region.
Gun shots rang out at Crossgates Mall in front of the Apple store. People ran down the halls, hid in stores, held their loved ones and thought this might be the last chance to send an "I love you," text to family. It was something we had experienced on the news but never expected to have happen here, locally.
This morning we focused a lot about the terrible shooting in Orlando that happened over the weekend.
It's hard for adults to discuss this sort of thing, let alone children. They don't know how to process this sort of tragedy, so this morning we shared some tips for parents for talking to kids about big news events like this...
Do you remember when you were a kid and a BB gun was a toy? I mean, my mom would never let me have one, and really I never wanted one, but I'm pretty sure they were considered just a toy. Of course, you could shoot your eye out... but, you were careful, right...