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Hospitals sue Oregon for lacking adequate mental health care

Hospitals filed a lawsuit over Oregon’s mental health care. While the state’s psychiatric center is at capacity, other hospitals are forced to house patients waiting for treatment.

Seattle Children’s Hospital emergency room sees unprecedented demand

The emergency room at Seattle Children’s Hospital is seeing an increase in patient load. As mask requirements relax at school, kids are becoming more vulnerable to germs.

Elderly man pistol-whipped, stomped on in Biden's home state of Delaware, video shows

Video has gone viral of a brutal attack on a 68-year-old Asian store owner, showing him being pistol-whipped and beaten with a hammer in Biden's home state of Delaware, whose largest city

Machete-wielding man fatally shot by Sacramento deputy

A California man armed with a machete was shot and killed by a Sacramento County deputy. The official was responding to a report that a woman’s husband was suicidal.

Atlanta's Spelman College to receive $5.7 million from Simons Foundation

Spelman College in Atlanta is receiving $5.7 million from a program that promotes science and math. The college will use the money to pay half the salaries of 10 new faculty members.

Pennsylvania amusement park announces new security changes after shooting

A recent shooting at Kennywood Park amusement park that left three people injured led to an increase in security measures including more security, limits on bag sizes and more.

PA amusement park steps up security after shooting

After a shooting at Kennywood Park in Pennsylvania left three people wounded, the park will increase security measures to prevent another shooting from happening.

Washington man accused of murdering twin brother outside Portland hotel

Martre Oliver, 26, was arrested in Renton, Washington, in connection with the murder of his twin brother, Martese, who was found dead outside a hotel in northeast Portland.

Kentucky woman sentenced to 2 years in prison for wire fraud

A Kentucky woman was sentenced to more than two years in prison for wire fraud. The woman transferred a half-million dollars from her employer.

3 arrested in Texas for trying to smuggle 6 migrants into US by air

Three people were arrested in Texas for allegedly trying to smuggle migrants into the U.S. by air. Police boarded their chartered flight and found six illegal migrants.

Small plane crashes in PA, killing 1, injuring 2nd occupant

A small plane carrying two people crashed in Eastern Pennsylvania on Wednesday. One occupant was killed and the other was found injured on the ground next to the plane.

Michigan election worker charged with 2 crimes related to Aug. 2 primary

An election worker in Michigan was charged with two crimes after a witness saw him put a USB flash drive into an electronic poll book when the ballots closed on Aug. 2.

North Carolina's lottery numbers for Wednesday, Sept. 28

Mega Millions jackpot is $355,000,000 and Powerball reaches $322,000,000. North Carolina's Lucky For Life lottery numbers for Wednesday, Sept. 28 are 2-4-25-44-46, Lucky Ball: 13

Hurricane Ian sweeps away section of Sanibel Causeway, cutting off all vehicle access

Hurricane Ian destroyed a section of the causeway connecting Sanibel Island with mainland Florida on Wednesday. Roughly 2.5 million are without power and hundreds feared dead.

Texas' lottery numbers for Wednesday, Sept. 28

The Mega Million's estimated jackpot is $355,000,000. The Powerball estimated jackpot is $322,000,000. The Cash 5 numbers for Wednesday, Sept. 28 are 09-10-14-16-28

New Jersey's lottery numbers for Wednesday, Sept. 28

The Mega Million's estimated jackpot is $355,000,000. The Powerball estimated jackpot is $322,000,000. The Cash4Life numbers for Wednesday, Sept. 28 are 23-44-47-50-57.

Hurricane Ian strikes Florida hospital from above and below

A hospital in Florida is sustaining damage due to Hurricane Ian, and has flooding in the lower levels while also losing a portion of its roof on the fourth floor.

Over 900 apply for NY state recreational marijuana licenses

New York state has received over 900 applications for licenses to sell recreational marijuana. The state will first accept 150 applicants with previous marijuana convictions.

Florida's lottery numbers for Wednesday, Sept. 28

The Mega Million's estimated jackpot is $355,000,000. The Powerball estimated jackpot is $322,000,000. The Cash4Life numbers for Wednesday, Sept. 28 are 23-44-47-50-57.

Ohio's lottery numbers for Wednesday, Sept. 28

The Mega Million's estimated jackpot is $355,000,000. The Powerball estimated jackpot is $322,000,000. The Lucky For Life numbers for Wednesday, Sept. 28 are 02-04-25-44-46.

Ian downgraded to tropical storm as it moves north

Hurricane Ian was downgraded to a tropical storm early Thursday morning after battering southwest Florida on Wednesday. Ian was located southeast of Orlando.

Tropical Storm Ian: Florida will continue to see heavy rain, flash flooding

Ian weakened early Thursday, and the storm was downgraded from a Category 1 hurricane to a tropical storm. The system brought widespread power outages in Florida.

Nevada officials capture Las Vegas bombing convict after prison escape

Convicted bomb maker Porfirio Duarte-Herrera was found by Nevada authorities in Las Vegas after escaping from Southern Desert Correctional Center in Indian Springs.

Yesterday β€” September 28th 2022Your RSS feeds

R. Kelly to pay $300K to victim in sex crimes case: judge

R. Kelly is currently serving 30 years in prison after he was convicted of racketeering and sex trafficking charges. The disgraced singer had a restitution hearing in Brooklyn federal court.

Jesse Watters: People are swimming in their living rooms

Fox News host Jesse Watters voices his concerns over the destruction from Hurricane Ian, which is making its way around the Florida coast, on "Jesse Watters Primetime."

Heathrow Airport collision as two international airliners clip each other's wings: reports

Two planes were involved in a minor collision at Heathrow Airport in London when they scraped each other while taxiing on Wednesday night, according to reports.

Sentencing delayed for man who plotted to blow up Democratic HQ

A man planned to firebomb California’s Democratic Party’s headquarters. However, his sentencing has been delayed after a judge rejected a plea agreement.

Report: Oil spills from pipelines, tankers have dramatically dropped from 1990s

Oil spills from tanker ships and pipelines have decreased from the 1990s to 2019. However, oil spills from drilling rigs and production platforms have increased.

PHOTOS: Hurricane Ian makes landfall in Florida

Hurricane Ian has already caused wide-spread damage throughout Florida, causing residents to board up their homes, stash belongings and evacuate their homes.

Woman, teen arrested in fatal shooting of rapper PnB Rock

A woman, 38, and a minor were arrested in connection to the fatal shooting of rapper PnB Rock. The Philadelphia artist was gunned down at a Los Angeles restaurant.

Texas social media influencer helps women battle hair loss

Social media influencer Dani Ramirez struggled with hair loss while trying to launch her career. Now, she is helping droves of women battle hair loss by giving them free, styled wigs.

Former Iowa State Patrol officer pleads guilty to violating biker's rights

A former Iowa State Patrol officer pleaded guilty to the deprivation of rights under color of law. The officer was captured on video knocking over a biker during a 2017 traffic stop.

Guinea opens landmark trial over army massacre of protestors in 2009

The trial began for the 2009 army massacre of protestors at a stadium in Conakry, Guinea. The country's former leader Moussa β€œDadis” Camara is among those charged.

New Mexico ranked among nation’s worst in repeat child abuse rate

New Mexico’s repeat child abuse rate is ranked as one of the worst in the nation. Forty percent of those abused or neglected come from families with prior issues.

Federal judge bars Indiana from enforcing abortion burial, cremation law

A federal judge has barred IN from enforcing a law that requires abortion clinics to either bury or cremate fetal remains. The judge decided that the law violates the U.S. Constitution.

43-year-old woman, 6-year-old boy found dead in Arizona home

Arizona deputies found a 43-year-old woman and a 6-year-old boy dead in a San Tan Valley home after responding to a report about a suicidal person.

Milwaukee school's effort to rescind revised sex education curriculum fails

The Wauwatosa School Board's effort to rescind Wisconsin's revised sex education curriculum has failed. The public comment period for the revised curriculum lasted four hours.

Mountain lion attacks 7-year-old boy in California park

A mountain lion attacked a 7-year-old boy at Pico Canyon Park near Santa Clarita. The father was able to chase the cougar away and the boy’s injuries were non-life-threatening.

Eleven Nebraska children injured after school bus collides with semi, overturns

A school bus carrying 11 children collided with a semi-trailer truck in southwestern Nebraska on Tuesday, injuring all the children and the two drivers, authorities said.

Exclusive: Congress probes Oberlin College prof. with links to Iranian regime

Oberlin College in Ohio has been asked by members of Congress to explain why it has protected a professor accused of crimes against humanity in Iran while serving as its ambassador to the UN.

Electric airplane prototype takes first flight in Washington

A small prototype of an electric airplane took its first flight in Washington. If it gets approved by the FAA, it could become the first all-electric commercial airplane.

Greek police raid University of Athens, 32 suspected gang members arrested

Thirty-two people were arrested in Athens after being suspected of belonging to gangs that carried out robberies and other offenses. The suspects aren't students but used old dorms.

Arkansas hospital 'active shooter' situation prompts large police, ATF response

An apparent "active shooter" situation at St. Vincent Hospital in Sherwood, Arkansas, prompted a large law enforcement response Wednesday morning, as federal ATF agents were on scene.

3rd dolphin dies in 5 months at Vegas attraction

A dolphin attraction on the Las Vegas Strip has temporarily closed after it lost its third dolphin in five months. The three mammals died from several types of health issues.

Florida zoos and aquariums closed in preparation for Hurricane Ian

Hurricane Ian is making its way towards the state of Florida, which has caused many zoos and aquariums located in the state to go through preparations to protect the animals from the storm.

Robert F. Kennedy's assassin Sirhan Sirhan is asking a judge to free him from prison

The man who killed Robert F. Kennedy, Sirhan Sirhan, is asking a judge to free him from prison. This would require reversing a previous decision by Gov. Gavin Newsom to deny him parole.

Re-enactors fear being targeted by NY gun law

Historical American war re-enactors fear being arrested and are hesitant to fire guns following New York state's new gun rules that limits guns in locations hat were deemed "sensitive."

Maryland's Prince George’s County turns to curfew following violent summer

Prince George's County in Maryland is implementing a curfew for juveniles. Data shows juvenile curfews often don't work. Similar discussions are taking place across the country.