Former NFL Player Travis Rudolph Found Not Guilty of Murder

Palm Beach County jury has found ex-NFL player Travis Rudolph not guilty. Rudolph, who played two seasons in the NFL, was charged with first-degree premeditated murder and three counts of attempted first-degree murder for an alleged connection to a shooting in 2021.

His attorney Marc Shiner shared, "Travis has been falsely accused from day one and the truth came out. Travis is a special human being, and we wish him all the success in the world as he starts his newfound freedom."

Rudolph says he is looking forward to getting back into football.

Colorado Springs Man Dies in Hostage Situation

Qualin Campbell was found dead in a vehicle after Colorado Springs police officers failed to respond to a hostage situation. Last Friday, Campbell texted his wife "911" along with an alleged image of the person who took him, and asked her to send help after he was taken hostage. Officers did not respond for more than an hour. Attorneys Harry Daniels and Chantel Cherry-Lassiter, who are representing the family, stated, "The Colorado Springs Police Department and El Paso County can make all the excuses they want, but the facts are simple. This was a hostage situation where Qualin Campbell was begging for his life, his wife called 911, the police were less than a mile away but they never responded."

Fe Noel Opens Brick and Mortar Store in Brooklyn

Black-owned fashion brand Fe Noel is opening it's first brick-and-mortar store in Brooklyn, New York. The store will be located in Brooklyn's Little Caribbean neighborhood. In a post on social media, the brand shared, "Our first brick and mortar will operate as the brand's official designer outlet! With sustainability at the forefront, we will continue to strive towards our “no fabric waste” commitment by making use of our dead stock fabrics."

The grand opening is geared to take place on Thursday, June 15, 2023 at 1133 Nostrand Ave, Brooklyn NY from 12:00pm to 6pm.