class="page-template page-template-page-templates page-template-abc page-template-page-templatesabc-php page page-id-164 group-blog masthead-fixed full-width singular wpb-js-composer js-comp-ver-5.4.5 vc_responsive"
ABC | KRVN Radio
Cemetery fence dividing blacks and whites comes down but town's mayor says discrimination remains

(CAMILLA, Ga.) -- For the better part of a century, a fence separated blacks from whites in their final resting place in a small Georgia town.

That all changed last week with the dismantling of the rusty wire fence in the publicly-owned Oa... Read More

Snow, ice and brutal cold on the way to parts of the East

(NEW YORK) -- A storm system will move through the eastern United States this week, bringing a new round of snow, ice and brutal cold along with it.

The storm, an Alberta Clipper, has already brought more than up 6 inches of snow to parts ... Read More

Dramatic video captures car crashing into 2nd floor dental office

(SANTA ANA, Calif.) -- Dramatic video shows the moment a sedan soared into the air and crashed into the second floor of a dental office in Santa Ana, California, leaving several people with minor injuries.

The car was speeding when it hit ... Read More

'Like Dr. King, I have a dream': Fifth-grader's inspiring speech pays tribute to Martin Luther King, Jr.

(DALLAS) -- A fifth-grade Texas girl paid tribute to Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. nearly 50 years after his death with an inspiring speech that called on young people to get involved in politics and enact change, so that "they will be able to say ... Read More

Hawaii false alert 'absolutely unacceptable,' says FCC Chairman

(HONOLULU) -- The chairman of the Federal Communications Commissioner became the latest official to slam the Hawaiian government, calling the false alert sent to residents warning of a missile attack "absolutely unacceptable."

Ajit Pai sai... Read More

Casino shuttle boat caught fire in Florida, dozens safely evacuated

(PORT RICHEY, Fla.) -- A casino shuttle boat caught fire Sunday afternoon in Port Richey, Florida, forcing dozens to evacuate -- some into the frigid canal on the area's coldest day of the year, authorities said.

There were about 50 people... Read More

Ice jams cause flooding in Northeast as more cold and snow loom

(NEW YORK) -- Winter weather conditions continue to plague the Northeast.

The combination of melting snow, mild temperatures, and heavy rain have caused numerous ice jams to form in several Northeast states, including Pennsylvania, New Yor... Read More

9-year-old police dog who served with SWAT team retires in grand fashion

(BAKERSFIELD, Calif.) -- One beloved dog who served with a California police force's SWAT team retired in grand fashion thanks to the K-9's fellow police officers.

Bronx, a 9-year-old, Belgian malinois served alongside his handler, Senior ... Read More

Timeline of trepidation: 38 minutes of fear in Hawaii

(HONOLULU) -- It all began with a routine test.

Just after 8 a.m. at the change of shift at the Hawaii Emergency Management Agency, a worker there "pushed the wrong button," sending out a statewide warning of a missile attack, according to... Read More

Hawaiians get false alert of missile attack due to pushing of 'wrong button'

(HONOLULU) -- People in Hawaii woke up Saturday to emergency alerts sent to their mobile phones and broadcast on radio and TV warning of an imminent ballistic missile attack.

The alert turned out to be false and the result of human error.<... Read More

California mudslide victims include children as young as 3

(MONTECITO, Calif.) -- The 19 people killed in mudslides in Southern California this week included children ages 3, 6, 10 and 12.

According to the Santa Barbara County Coroner’s Office, these are the names of those killed this week w... Read More

'Primal fear' as people across Hawaii get false alarm of imminent missile attack

(HONOLULU) -- John Aaron and his wife woke up on their honeymoon in Hawaii this morning to a startling alert: A ballistic missile attack was imminent.

The emergency alert was blasted over the hotel's public address system and sent to peopl... Read More

Wrong woman killed in love triangle murder-for-hire plot, officials say

(ORMOND BEACH, Fla.) -- A murder-for-hire plot spun out of a love triangle went awry when the wrong woman was kidnapped and killed, authorities said.

A woman's body was found Monday in Florida's Ormond Beach and later identified as 42-year... Read More

Northeast braces for major temperature drop, while South digs out of snow

(NEW YORK) -- The relatively brief reprieve the Northeast enjoyed from the bitter cold is coming to an end.

Winds are easing somewhat in the Northeast, allowing actual temperatures to drop even lower on Saturday as a cold front moves throu... Read More