Dancing Grannies Make First Return After Losing 4 Members in Parade Crash
The Dancing Grannies marched arm-in-arm at the Franklin Christmas parade on Saturday to honor those who passed.
Missouri Health Department Reportedly Withheld Info That Mask Mandates Work
A series of emails were exchanged that included the information and data, but it was never released to the public.
Video of Daycare Worker Seemingly Spanking Child Prompts Lawsuit
After the police investigation in 2020 failed to result in an indictment, parents took matters into their own hands and sued the daycare.
How 'Bystander Fatigue' Prevented Catching Dayton Mass Shooter
The attacker's friends and peers did not know about his violent fantasies, leading the report to conclude "bystander fatigue" contributed to the shooting.
Watch Lin-Manuel Miranda, Josh Groban Honor Late Stephen Sondheim
The Broadway community gathered to pay tribute to the musical theater giant by singing Sondheim's "Sunday" from "Sunday in the Park with George."
Actor Arrested For Part In Capitol Riot to Represent Himself at Trial
The Broadway actor and Michael Jackson impersonator allegedly joined the Oath Keepers during the Capitol riot on January 6.
Fired Officer on the Run With Kidnapped Daughters Abducts Man: Police
Robert Vicosa and Tia Bynum are considered armed and dangerous, Baltimore County police said.
NYC New Year's Eve Will Return to 'Full Strength' This Year
"We've got a lot to celebrate. It's going to be a big moment in Times Square on New Year's Eve," Mayor Bill de Blasio said.
Heated Seats Are on the Chopping Block Amid Widespread Shortages
Heated and ventilated seats will no longer be available in various crossover and pickup models beginning November 15.
Parents Are Struggling to Get Vaccine Appointments for Their Children
Appointment slots are filling up fast at clinics, and some shipment schedules are yet to be ironed out.
Driver Wearing Stolen 'Ricky Bobby' Suit Steals Car, Shoots at Witness
A man changed into a "Talladega Nights" Ricky Bobby racing-suit that he had stolen from a residence in Oregon and emerged from the home with a bicycle.
New York City Council to Remove Thomas Jefferson Statue
The statue of Thomas Jefferson has been in City Hall since 1834.
Father Prohibited From Seeing Child Unless He Receives COVID-19 Vaccine
The father can either receive the vaccine or submit to weekly testing, according to a judge's ruling.
Port of Savannah Ships Must Wait at Sea Amid Global Supply Chain Disruption
"Things are really bad...it's like a huge rubber band that keeps getting stretched further and further," one expert said.
Michigan Schools Close as 375 Kids Under 12 Tested Positive for COVID
""We are doing everything possible to keep our students safe, healthy and face to face," the superintendent of one Michigan school district said.
New England Has Highest Vaccination Rates, But Seeing COVID Cases Surge
"It's clearly frustrating for all of us," said Michael Pieciak, the Vermont Department of Financial Regulation's commissioner.
New York Removes 'Test Out' From Vaccine Mandate as Teachers Sue City
Teachers required to receive at least one dose of the vaccine or be placed on unpaid leave.
Professor Removed From Classroom After Mandating Masks
A University of Northern Iowa professor told students he'd lower their grades for not wearing a mask, and said he'd do it again.
PennEast Pipeline Ceases Project Despite Victory in Supreme Court
PennEast has terminated the $1 billion project after not acquiring the necessary permits.
NYC Skyscraper Has More Than 1500 Defects, Skyscraper Developers Sued
Complaints of skyscraper elevators getting stuck and longtime controversy surrounding its Central Park location culminated in a $250 million lawsuit.
10-Year-Old Girl Dies After Being Struck in Hit-and-Run
The police department has found the vehicle, and a person of interest has been identified.
Delivery Workers to Receive Better Conditions, Laws Expected to Pass Today
New legislation will provide better working conditions and better pay for those working in app-based food delivery.
Air Force Officer Tried to Bribe EMT to Give Him Vaccine Card Without Shot
The officer allegedly took out "a wad of hundred dollar bills" in an attempt to bribe the EMT administering the vaccine.
Lack of Sprinklers, Overnight Staff Concern for City After Pet Kennel Fire
Authorities are considering preventive measures that can be taken to ensure this does not happen in the future.
NYC Changes Quarantine Rules for Students, Instates Staff Vaccine Mandate
New quarantine regulations for students, as well as a vaccine mandate for staff members, will be instated September 27.
19 Days Since Hurricane Ida, New Orleans Suffering Stinky Trash Problem
The city has implemented "Operation Mardi Gras," a garbage cleanup strategy much like the one used after Mardi Gras celebrations.
Man Given Option of Double Lung Transplant or Death After COVID Diagnosis
Blake Bargatze, 24, encouraged people to get vaccinated after receiving a double lung transplant due to COVID-19.