MIAMI — Tragedy canceled the Stonewall Pride Parade in Wilton Manors and Fort Lauderdale Saturday evening, when a person drove a pickup truck into two people, killing one, Fort Lauderdale police said.
Though minutes ...Read more
Christopher Richmond keeps a running tab on how many workers at the ManorCare skilled nursing facility he manages in western Pennsylvania have rolled up their sleeves for a COVID-19 vaccine.
Although residents were eager ...Read more
LOS ANGELES — In an era of increasing drought and nearly back-to-back wildfires, state conservationists have been working overtime in the San Gabriel Mountains to rescue frogs, fish and other species facing potential ...Read more
LOS ANGELES — On a North Hollywood street last year, Los Angeles Police Officer Daniel Harty watched through his rifle scope as 50-year-old Rommel Mendoza walked "erratically" toward him and a line of other officers, ...Read more
SHAH WALI KOT, Afghanistan — The UH-60 Blackhawk plummeted like a roller coaster from 10,000 feet — safe from whatever the Taliban was firing at it — all the way down to 50 feet, its nose almost licking the sun-...Read more
Lucien Wiggins, 12, arrived at Tufts Children’s Hospital by ambulance June 7 with chest pains, dizziness and high levels of a protein in his blood that indicated inflammation of his heart. The symptoms had begun a day ...Read more
Acre by acre, tree by tree, branch by gnarly branch, a handful of 12-person crews, armed with little more than chainsaws and axes, is attempting to thin out the California forest.
It is a Sisyphean task. The state is home...Read more
CHICAGO — This much is more or less undisputed: In March 2013, Sanchez Mixon was beaten on a Green Line platform in broad daylight.
It was a grisly attack, Cook County prosecutors have said. They allege Anthony Jackson ...Read more
Research shows both coronavirus infection and vaccination offers immunity that can protect people from getting sick again. But by how much and for how long remains unclear — a scientific gap that only time could fill.
PITTSBURGH — Restaurants and baseball parks aren’t the only ones returning to full capacity this summer. After a year of struggles, hardships and tough decisions brought on by the pandemic, tour buses are welcoming ...Read more
DEAR ABBY: I think you missed an important consideration in your March 25 advice to the widower who had had prostate surgery and was afraid to tell a prospective girlfriend he couldn't have sex.
My husband and I are in ...Read more
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The body of a fourth tuber has been found in a North Carolina river, local officials said Sunday.
The Rockingham County Sheriff’s Office said in a news release that authorities received a 911 call ...Read more
ST. LOUIS — Police say an overhaul in the way they record St. Louis crime statistics has prevented the department from publishing comprehensive crime data for nearly six months, making it harder for the public to track ...Read more
A hot air balloon crash outside Denver left three people with non-life-threatening injuries early Sunday, authorities said.
Three other people were considered to be OK following the crash near Swim Beach at Chatfield ...Read more
ORLANDO, Fla. — Tropical depression Claudette, the third named storm of the year, is moving toward the east-northeast and should continue to move across the southeast region of the United States with heavy rain and ...Read more
ST. LOUIS — As plastic pollution soars — filling waterways, air, soil and living things with the material — some in St. Louis are joining efforts to confront the crisis through new approaches.
Experts hope the ...Read more
MIAMI — The Stonewall Pride Parade and Festival in Wilton Manors turned deadly Saturday night when a person drove a truck into two people, killing one, and narrowly missing U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Fort ...Read more
DEAR ABBY: I have been married for 40 years. My beloved mother-in-law passed away two years ago. She had always been my buffer against the rest of my husband's family -- two brothers and their families and his stepfather, ...Read more
The Green Peafowl is so rare in China that wild sightings of the birds, with their golden-green plumage and sweeping tail feathers, can make national headlines. The photogenic creatures had social media users riveted last ...Read more
WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden will host his Israeli counterpart, Reuven Rivlin, in Washington on June 28 to “consult about the many challenges and opportunities” facing the Middle East, the White House said in a ...Read more
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