Former Universal Records marketing executive Garnet Reid took his own life in Atlanta. The 47-year-old music industry veteran was found dead inside his Buckhead apartment. He was 47.
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— Alief ISD (@AliefISD) March 27, 2017
Sad news. Terminally ill cancer patient Ebony Banks, of Houston, Texas, died 4 days after meeting her idol Beyoncé Knowles.
When Ebony learned her stage IV cancer was terminal, she told her family her biggest wish was to meet Beyoncé before she died.
Baltimore police are investigating the shooting death of another transgender sex worker.
Police found Alphonza Watson, 38, suffering from a gunshot wound to the abdomen around 4:15 a.m. Wednesday morning in the 2400 block of Guilford Ave.
— New York Daily News (@NYDailyNews) March 22, 2017
A 28-year-old Army veteran from Baltimore told police he drove to overpopulated New York City to carry out his racist plot to attack black people.
James Harris Jackson is suspected of fatally stabbing 66-year-old drifter Timothy Caughman. Police say Jackson used a 26-inch long mini sword to repeatedly stab Caughman in the chest and back on Monday night.
Youtube star Auntie Fee died on Friday, March 17, after suffering a massive heart attack at her Los Angeles home. She was 59.
Her family confirmed she was taken off life support on Friday, and she passed away a short time later.
Chuck Berry, one of the pioneers of rock & roll music, has passed away at age 90. Berry was pronounced dead on Saturday after EMS responded to a medical emergency at his St. Charles County, Missouri home.
Joni Sledge died of natural causes related to a pre-existing condition, according to law enforcement sources.
The 60-year-old was found deceased in her Phoenix, Arizona home on Friday, March 10.
The transgender community in Louisiana, is alarmed after the unrelated murders of three male-to-transgender people there.
Chyna Gibson and Ciara McElveen were murdered within 48 hours of each other in New Orleans.
Gibson, 31, was shot multiple times in the parking lot outside a shopping center on Feb. 25.