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(CONCORD, N.H.) -- A lawyer who was a member of the original defense team for Owen Labrie, the former prep school student convicted in 2015 of sexually assaulting a classmate, got emotional on the stand Tuesday as she recounted seeing what she says was an unprepared expert witness getting ready to testify during the trial for which she was a local ...
(HOUSTON) -- Ben Taub Hospital in Houston, Texas, has been given an all-clear after police responded to reports of gunfire on Tuesday. Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo said no one was shot and no suspect was found despite initial reports about an active shooter, a suspect described to police as a white male, on the second floor of the hospital. Two...
(NEW YORK) -- A banner that read "Refugees Welcome" was unfurled atop the pedestal of the Statue of Liberty on Tuesday. According to U.S. Park Police, the banner, 20 feet by 3 feet, was illegally affixed to the wall of the public observation deck at the statue's base by nylon rope. When rangers were alerted to the banner's presence, they immediatel...
(HOUSTON) -- What one Texas woman thought was just her boyfriend dancing in the streets at a Mardi Gras celebration turned into a flash mob marriage proposal.Wendy Hernandez, 23, of Houston, Texas, was celebrating Mardi Gras in Galveston Saturday afternoon with her family and friends, including her boyfriend, John Galloway.Just before the island ci...
(NEW YORK) — The sister of one of four Americans killed when a plane crashed into a shopping center shortly after takeoff near Melbourne, Australia, remembered her brother as "handsome" and "athletic.""Dear friends and family, my handsome athletic big brother was killed today in a plane accident while on his 'once in a lifetime' trip to Austr...
(WASHINGTON) — The controversial shooting death of a 15-year-old by a Border Patrol agent across the U.S.-Mexico border nearly seven years ago has made its way to the Supreme Court.On Tuesday, the court is set to hear arguments in Hernández v. Mesa, which will determine whether the family of a non-American who was killed on the Mexican...
(NEW YORK) -- In the wake of 11 new threats Monday against Jewish centers, from New York to New Mexico, the FBI said it is investigating, along with the Department of Justice, bomb threats to the centers across the country.Federal authorities are looking into threats communicated to at least 60 Jewish centers around the country this year. The threa...
(WHITTIER, Calif.) -- One police officer was killed and another injured after they were shot while responding to a traffic accident earlier Monday in California.The officers had responded to the crash where a driver, who police said was driving a stolen car, rear-ended multiple other vehicles in Whittier, California around 8 a.m.Lt. John Corina, of...
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(WASHINGTON) -- Thousands of well-wishers are heading to the Smithsonian National Zoo and tuning in online to say "Bye-bye, Bao Bao." The beloved giant panda departs Washington, D.C., Tuesday for her new home in China."Everyone here at the zoo, the millions of people at the zoo and the millions more on the webcams around the world are all going to ...
(NEW YORK) -- Following years of drought, parts of Northern California have experienced a deluge of rain so far in 2017.Rain, heavy at times, is expected throughout Monday in the region, before tapering to scattered showers overnight, according to ABC News meteorologists.Around the area of the Oroville Dam, where residents were forced to evacuate l...
(Cannon Ball, N.D.) — Dakota Access Pipeline protestors that are still camped out in North Dakota could be arrested Wednesday if they do not leave.Protesters have been at the campsite since August as they fight the construction of a pipeline that will carry oil from North Dakota through South Dakota and Iowa to Illinois.  They feel the p...
(DELPHI, Ind.) -- A tip line set up by investigators in the murder of two Indiana teens who disappeared while hiking is filling up with calls from across the country after a man photographed on a nature trail was named a primary suspect in the killings, police said."Everyone is calling us from everywhere," a spokesperson for the Delphi Police told ...
(LOS ANGELES) -- Low fuel prices and economic stability are straining the country's roadways, leading to congestion that cost U.S. drivers nearly $300 billion in wasted gas and time last year, according to a new report released Monday.Los Angeles had the worst traffic in the world among 1,064 cities studied by traffic analytics firm INRIX. L.A. als...
(DE LEON SPRINGS, Fla.) -- Three people were injured on Sunday night after a race car crashed into the stands at Volusia Speedway Park in De Leon Springs, Florida.According to ABC Orlando affiliate WFTV, the car entered the stands just before 9:30 p.m. during a DIRTcar World of Outlaws Craftsman Sprint Car Series qualifying event.Dale Blaney, the u...
(SAN ANTONIO) — A severe storm ripped through parts of San Antonio early Monday morning, causing significant damages in the area and leaving nearly 40,000 residents without power.More than 100 structures were damaged in the north side of San Antonio, Texas, San Antonio Fire Department officials told ABC News on Monday. Residential homes accou...
(DELPHI, Ind.) -- The man who was photographed on a nature trail around the same time two Indiana girls disappeared is now the primary suspect in their murder, according to the Indiana State Police. The bodies of two girls -- Liberty Rose Lynn German, 14, and Abigail Jay Williams, 13, both of Carroll County -- were found on Tuesday near a creek, ro...
(BAYONNE, N.J.) -- A pilot is alive after his small plane crashed into a Bayonne, New Jersey, residential neighborhood on Sunday morning. The pilot, 56, was the only person on board the Piper PA-28 aircraft when it crashed at 10 a.m., according to the Federal Aviation Administration. He was taken to Jersey City Medical Center and is in stable condi...
(LEONARDTOWN, Md.) -- Connor Cox's mom is an expert at getting revenge.When Cox, who is a freshman at Westminster College in New Wilmington, Pennsylvania, thought he was opening up his usual care package from his mom, what he found inside instead was trash."I got two boxes and I opened one and it had food in it and I realized there wasn't food in t...
(LOS ANGELES) --  At least 5 people died after a powerful storm pummeled Southern California on Friday night, flooding numerous roadways in Los Angeles and San Diego.Rescuers on Saturday in the community of Thousand Oaks found the body of a young man in his 20s who had been swept away by swift-moving waters, the Ventura County Sheriff's Office...
(NEW YORK) --  A Washington State Patrol trooper who spotted a motorist violating the rules of the road is no dummy.The eagle-eyed trooper spotted a driver attempting to outsmart the high occupancy vehicle (HOV) lane policy, by passing off a mannequin as a passenger.HOV lanes are reserved for carpools, vanpools, buses, motorcycles or any vehic...
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