#BREAKING: Dozens dead in shrine attack carried out by employee

A custodian at a shrine in Punjab province, Pakistan, has gone on a stabbing rampage along with others in the shrine he’s employed at, according to Fox News.

At least twenty people have been killed, and the death toll is expected to rise.

At least five people have been arrested in the stabbings, which took place after the victims were all intoxicated. They were killed with batons and knives.


#BREAKING: Multiple people hospitalized after a shooting at Virginia Motorsports Park

A shooting reportedly took place at the Virginia Motorsports Park in Dinwiddie, Virgina, according to local media.

The shooting took place Saturday evening, and at least two people were hospitalized following it.

At least two vehicles were shot at as well.

The park was hosting a “Big 5 State Bike Rally” tonight that featured a concert with Lil Boostie.

#BREAKING: Los Angeles Dodgers in talks about bringing back legendary closer

The Los Angeles Dodgers Major League Baseball team is in talks with Eric Gagne, who pitched with them from 1999 to 2006, about signing him to a minor league deal, according to MLB Trade Rumors.

Gagne, 41, has not been with a Major League organization since 2008, but pitched in the World Baseball Classic for team Canada.

Gagne won the Cy Young Award, which is traditionally given to starting pitchers, in 2003, and had 187 career saves.

#BREAKING: One dead, 13 injured in carbon monoxide poisoning in hotel pool in Michigan

At least one person is dead and 13 people have been hospitalized after suffering carbon monoxide poisoning at a hotel in Niles, Michigan, according to ABC News.

The incident occurred Saturday morning at a Quality Inn and Suites.

The problem was discovered when several people in the pool began to feel nauseous.

Six children, ranging in age from 10 to 14, were found unconscious at the scene.

#BREAKING: An American has been arrested for attempting to join ISIS terrorist group

Zakaryia Abdin, an 18-year-old from South Carolina, has been taken into custody in Charleston, South Carolina, on charges that he was attempting to leave the United States to join the Islamic State terrorist group (ISIS), according to the Department of Justice.

The FBI took Abdin into custody before he allegedly traveled overseas. He is being charged with attempting to provide material support for a terrorist organization.

#BREAKING: Dozens feared dead after they were buried alive by a landslide in Indonesia

Dozens of people have reportedly been buried alive in a landslide in East Java province, Indonesia, according to the Daily Star.

The victims were reportedly harvesting ginger when the incident occurred. Rescue workers rushed to the scene, where it continues to rain heavily, and are performing search and rescue efforts.

Authorities are not optimistic about finding survivors.

#BREAKING: A cycling legend has died during a race in Australia

Cycling legend Mike Hall, “one of the most famous endurance cyclists in the world,” has died after being hit by a car during a race in Australia, according to TMZ.

The incident took place during the Indian Pacific Wheel Race, which sees cyclists travel from Perth to Sydney. The race was nearing its conclusion when Hall, who was in second place in the race, was hit by a car.

Police are investigating.