Police have arrested a suspect accused of killing four people and injuring three more during a shooting rampage in Memphis that lasted for hours Wednesday. People were told to shelter in place as the gunman drove around the city, reportedly recording his attacks on Facebook Live. Ezekiel Dejuan Kelly, 19, was arrested when he crashed during a high-speed chase. The attacks came the same day that a suspect accused of killing Memphis teacher Eliza Fletcher was denied bond.


The second brother suspected in a stabbing spree that left 10 people dead in Canada was caught Wednesday, but later died. Myles Sanderson was found not far from the attacks in a stolen vehicle with a knife. He was on the lam for four days; his brother, the other suspect, was found dead on Monday. There were 13 crime scenes in and around an indigenous community in Saskatchewan, but now police say there is no longer a risk to public safety.


It’s fall, which means pumpkin spice lattes, sweater weather — and new iPhone models. Apple didn’t disappoint with its latest iPhone 14 reveals, adding four new models to the lineup. Expect better cameras, better battery life and screens that won’t crack as easily. Customers were also treated to new AirPod Pro 2s and a lineup of Apple Watches, including the titanium Apple Watch Ultra, which is designed for extreme athletes who need to know exactly where they are at all times.

Does fantasy football count as extreme athleticism? If so, sign us up for those watches!


Cineworld, parent company of Regal Cinemas, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy after years of financial struggles. Keep in mind: That's Chapter 11, not 7, so don't expect your local Regal movie theater to shutter overnight. However, the company said it will likely close some theaters, as it restructures its debt and negotiates with landlords to improve lease terms. The whole process is expected to last through the first quarter of 2023.
You'd think a chain named Regal would have more money at its disposal.


GameStop reported its second-quarter earnings yesterday, and it didn't look good for the brick-and-mortar game retailer. Net sales and earnings were both down, as the company continued to invest heavily in long-term initiatives, including doubling down on its pivot into cryptocurrencies and digital assets. The company announced a new partnership with crypto exchange FTX and touted an uptick in collectibles sales. This follows the rollout of GameStop's non-fungible token or NFT marketplace in July. 


A passenger of a Royal Caribbean cruise ship has died following a shark attack. The 58-year-old woman from Pennsylvania was snorkeling off the coast of Nassau as a member of a local tour group when she was lethally bitten. While highly publicized shark attacks have recently stoked fear among vacationers from Cape Cod to the Caribbean, death by shark remains a highly unlikely event. 


Elon Musk is going to trial whether he likes it or not. A Delaware court has denied the billionaire's request to delay a trial that could force him to complete his botched $44 billion buyout of Twitter. In better news for Musk, he will be allowed to bring forth claims from Twitter's former head of security, Peiter “Mudge” Zatko, a whistleblower who can speak to Musk's concerns about the number of bots and spam accounts on the platform. 


CHELSEA GETS LASSO'D: The Chelsea Football Club is facing a real-life Ted Lasso situation. After Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich was forced to sell the soccer team due to the war in Ukraine, American businessman Todd Boehly swooped in to make the purchase. Since then, things have been slightly off for the reigning World Cup champs and yesterday axed general manager Thomas Tuchel. Twitter users naturally had a field day with the Lasso comparison.  
TIAFOE IN THE SEMIS: Frances Tiafoe is keeping the good times rolling with another win at the U.S. Open. The tennis pro entered the tourney ranked 22nd but is now the first U.S. man to make it to the semifinals at the Open since Andy Roddick in 2006. Tiafoe will be back on the court Friday. His coach busted him, though, saying he finally got to the next level by making major changes … like losing the chocolates and cookies and eating better.
This is exactly why we're not in the U.S. Open — cookies!


Florence Pugh is planning to sit out the New York City premiere of her film Don't Worry Darling following a brief stint promoting the thriller on the red carpet at the Venice Film Festival. The news comes as rumors swirl about behind-the-scenes drama involving her and director Olivia Wilde and co-star Harry Styles. Meanwhile, actor Chris Pine, who also stars in the film, has denied that Styles spit on him in an incident that social media users dubbed #spitgate. 
Florence Pugh (right) joins director Olivia Wilde and Chris Pine at the premiere of “Don't Worry Darling” during the Venice Film Festival. [Vianney Le Caer/Invision/AP]
Florence Pugh (right) joins director Olivia Wilde and Chris Pine at the premiere of “Don't Worry Darling” during the Venice Film Festival. [Vianney Le Caer/Invision/AP]


Tagging the wrong person on Twitter is usually a victimless mistake, but things went to a whole new level when mobs of users took to the platform to congratulate Britain's new prime minister, Liz Truss. Instead of tagging the elected official, though, another Liz Truss was inundated with a flurry of messages. She was a good sport about it, tweeting that she was "looking forward to a visit soon! Get the meatballs ready." Check out her timeline here.


Beach Wheelchairs Help People Enjoy the Ocean
A non-profit in England is helping many people join in on the fun at the beach with ocean-safe wheelchairs