Jordan Culver, Enquirer

Jordan Culver


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Recent articles by Jordan:

What's a 'zombie fire?' Dangerous underground fires spark record-setting wildfires in Arctic Circle

"Zombie fires" are also known has "holdover fires." They can burn underground for years, melting permafrost in arctic regions. → Read More

'Not just fantasy versions of northern Europeans': Dungeons & Dragons' new sourcebook brings diversity to fantasy world

'Tasha's Cauldron of Everything,' set to release Nov. 17, includes new character customization options. D&D celebration is set for late September. → Read More

Kenosha shooting: Hundreds protest in Raleigh and Portland; 2 officers tried to use stun guns on Jacob Blake

Kyle Rittenhouse, the 17-year-old charged in the killing of two people at protests in Kenosha, Wisconsin, did not appear in court Friday. → Read More

'We really just need prayers': Jacob Blake's mother says son would be 'unpleased' with destruction in Kenosha

Julia Jackson, the mother of Jacob Blake, who was shot by police in Kenosha, Wisconsin, said her son would be "unpleased" by destruction in the city. → Read More

Jacob Blake reportedly paralyzed after police shooting in Kenosha, Wisconsin: What we know

Protests broke out and fires were set around Wisconsin after a 29-year-old Black man was shot by police in Kenosha. Here's what we know. → Read More

Wisconsin protesters rally for second night against 'shocking and outrageous' police shooting of Jacob Blake

Protests continued in Wisconsin for a second night after the police shooting of Jacob Blake was captured on video and shared on social media. → Read More

Police shooting of Jacob Blake: Protests erupt, Wisconsin DOJ to investigate

Officials in Wisconsin are investigating after a video captured Wisconsin police shooting a Black man multiple times in the back. Here's what we know. → Read More

Black man shot multiple times by Wisconsin police; video of incident sparks social media backlash, protests

Officials in Wisconsin are investigating after an officer-involved shooting that left a Black man hospitalized was captured on video. → Read More

Should they stay or should they go? UNC students in Chapel Hill try to make sense of coronavirus cancellations

College students across the nation face coronavirus-related campus closures. UNC-Chapel Hill is the latest victim. → Read More

What is a fire tornado? 'Extreme fire activity' sparks rare weather warning at Loyalton Fire near Reno.

Fire tornadoes are formed similarly to tornadoes caused by severe thunderstorms, except extreme heat from a wildfire is the cause. → Read More

Good boy! UK police dog helps find missing woman, 1-year-old baby on first day after searching 'vast area'

Max, a police dog working his first shift, successfully located a missing woman and her child over the weekend, according to police in Wales. → Read More

Police: North Carolina man faces murder charge in shooting death of 5-year-old boy

Darius Sessoms, 25, was arrested and charged with first-degree murder in the shooting death of 5-year-old Cannon Hinnant in North Carolina. → Read More

One injured after bullet rips into US Air Force helicopter over Virginia; FBI, military investigating

Federal officials are investigating after a U.S. Air Force helicopter on a routine training mission was shot at in Virginia on Monday. → Read More

'Horrific': Video released of officers trying to handcuff 8-year-old boy at Florida school in 2018

Police tried to handcuff an 8-year-old boy in the Monroe County School District in 2018. Video of the incident was shared by attorney Ben Crump. → Read More

'This is Nampa ... not Tampa': Idaho police got a call about an alligator and couldn't believe it. Then they got there.

Cpl. Tonna Marek, a 20-year veteran of the Nampa Police Department in Idaho, had never seen an alligator. That all changed this week. → Read More

Isaias makes landfall in southern North Carolina; downgraded to tropical storm

Isaias strengthened into Category 1 hurricane prior to making landfall late Monday night, and has now been downgraded to a tropical storm. → Read More

Dunkin' employee in Illinois arrested after state trooper finds mucus in coffee

A Dunkin' employee was arrested and fired after a state trooper in Chicago found what police said was mucus in his coffee. → Read More

'Stop! Sanitize!': Alabama principal parodies MC Hammer ahead of students' return to school amid coronavirus

Childersburg High School Principal Quentin Lee created a musical parody of MC Hammer's classic "U Can't Touch This," making it about COVID-19. → Read More

North Carolina professor who resigned amid controversy over his 'vile' tweets found dead

University of North Carolina Wilmington professor Mike Adams drew backlash for tweets the university called "vile". He was recently found dead. → Read More

1-year-old killed at New York City cookout shooting, three injured

New York City police are searching for answers after a 1-year-old was killed and three others were injured in a Sunday shooting. → Read More