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Bus driver in deadly New York crash was fired by MTA after DUI was discovered

(NEW YORK) -- The driver of a tour bus who was killed in a Monday morning bus crash in New York City that left two others dead was a former New York Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) employee who was fired for cause in 2015 when it was discovered ... Read More

Cincinnati Zoo welcomes new gorilla one year after the death of Harambe

(CINCINNATI) -- One year after the death of Harambe, the 17-year-old silverback gorilla who was shot by zoo officials after a 3-year-old boy climbed into his enclosure, the Cincinnati Zoo has welcomed a new gorilla to its exhibit.

Mshindi,... Read More

Police investigating reports of nooses found hanging from trees in New York

(NEW YORK) -- The NYPD is investigating reports of nooses that were allegedly found in two different Brooklyn neighborhoods recently.

The nooses were discovered hanging from trees outside of libraries in Bedford-Stuyvesant and Crown Height... Read More

Jose set to batter East Coast with heavy rain, coastal flooding

(NEW YORK) -- Southeastern New England is under a tropical storm warning and states along the coast from Connecticut to Delaware are under a tropical storm watch as Hurricane Jose nears the East Coast, where the storm is expected to bring winds, heav... Read More

Navy relieves 2 more top officers following deadly ship collisions

(WASHINGTON) -- The U.S. Navy has relieved two more top officers due to a "loss of confidence in their ability to command," following two deadly collisions over the summer.

The destroyer USS Fitzgerald collided with a cargo ship in the Sea... Read More

More than 123 people arrested in St. Louis during 3rd night of protests

(ST. LOUIS) -- Dozens of people were arrested in St. Louis on Sunday, including a "rioter" who carried weapons and protective gear, which capped a third night of protests over a judge's decision to acquit a white former police officer in the 2011 sho... Read More

More than 80 people arrested in St. Louis during 3rd night of protests

(ST. LOUIS) -- Dozens of people were arrested in St. Louis on Sunday, including a "rioter" who carried weapons and protective gear, which capped a third night of protests over a judge's decision to acquit a white former police officer in the 2011 sho... Read More

What is the National Flood Insurance Program?

(NEW YORK) --  In the wake of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, the nation grieved as images of emerged of homes submerged up to the eves, abandoned pets perched on debris and household belongings molding on street curbs.

In the days that f... Read More

Two Louisiana slayings may be racially motivated, Police say

(BATON ROUGE, La.) -- Authorities in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, are investigating whether two related shootings of black men in one week were racially motivated.

A homeless man, Bruce Coefield, was killed on Tuesday and two days later Donald Smar... Read More

94-year-old sues Florida nursing home where eight residents died in wake of Hurricane Irma

(HOLLYWOOD, Fla.) -- A 94-year-old woman living at the Florida nursing home where eight residents died after an air conditioning system failed in the wake of Hurricane Irma is now suing the rehabilitation center, claiming it showed "negligence and re... Read More

Demonstrators turn out for second night of protests over St. Louis ex-cop's acquittal

(ST. LOUIS) -- Demonstrators took to the streets -- and shopping malls -- of St. Louis for a second day Saturday to protest a judge's decision Friday to acquit a white former police officer in the 2001 fatal shooting of a black man.

St. Lo... Read More

Eleven injured after Porsche plows into spectators at Idaho car show

(BOISE) -- A Porsche plowed into a crowd of spectators at a Boise, Idaho, car show, injuring 11 in a horrifying scene that saw bystanders scrambling to tend to the injured, authorities and witnesses said.

Police said the driver of the gray Por... Read More

Florida nursing home called governor's personal cellphone for help

(HOLLYWOOD, Fla.) -- The personal cellphone of Florida Gov. Rick Scott was called by nursing home officials at the Rehabilitation Center at Hollywood Hills asking for assistance, the governor's office confirmed to ABC News on Saturday.

Eig... Read More

Thousands of Floridians still without power as crews work 'around the clock'

(TAMPA, Fla.) -- A week after Hurricane Irma made landfall in Florida and barreled through the state, about hundreds of thousands of customers still have no power in the sweltering September heat.

As of 5 p.m. on Saturday, Florida Power &a... Read More