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March 18, 2019

Woman Being Treated for Exposure After Being in Lost in the Woods in Floyd

A woman was treated for exposure after being in the woods, off of Edwards Road, in Floyd, Sunday morning. The Oneida County Sheriff’s Department got a […]
March 18, 2019

House Fire Under Investigation in the Hamlet of Westville

Fire Sunday afternoon gutted a house on route 35, in the Otsego County Hamlet of Westville. No one was home at the time. The cause is […]
March 18, 2019

Utica Man Arrested After Domestic Incident and Facing Multiple Charges

Utica Police say they responded to a report of a domestic incident on Deborah Drive late Sunday afternoon, to find a man with a knife, menacing […]

National News

  • Historic river flooding devastates parts of Midwest due to rapid snow melt, ice jams
    ABC News(NEW YORK) -- Parts of the Midwest, especially in eastern Nebraska, saw some of the worst flooding in decades over the weekend -- roadways and bridges were washed away as snow melt, ice jams and some rainfall combined to create extremely dangerous conditions. Widespread flood alerts and warn..
  • ATV driver drags Nashville officer down busy street after traffic stop
    Andrew Weyer(NASHVILLE, Tenn.) -- Police are searching for an ATV driver who was caught on video dragging a Nashville, Tennessee officer down a busy road last week. Metro Nashville Police Department officer John Bourque, 22, was injured during an illegal bikers' demonstration on Friday when an ..
  • Husband of murdered North Carolina nurse captured, authorities say
    Nash County Sheriff(NEW YORK) -- The husband of a murdered North Carolina nurse has been captured, authorities said Sunday. Rexford Lynn Keel Jr., 57, was taken into custody just outside Tucson, Arizona, about 34 miles from the Mexican border, Nash County Sheriff Keith Stone told reporters Sunday. ..
  • DNA links suspect to 1999 cold case murders of 2 Alabama teenage girls, police say
    Dale County Sheriff's Office(BIRMINGHAM, Alabama) -- Alabama police have linked a suspect to the 1999 cold case murders of two 17-year-old girls using DNA and genetic genealogy. Investigators identified Coley McCraney, of Dothan, Alabama, in the murders of J.B. Beasley and Tracie Hawlett as the..
  • Nebraska dealing with record river flooding
    ABC News(NIOBRARA, Nebraska) -- Eastern Nebraska continues to deal with record-breaking river flooding this weekend due to rapid snow melt, ice jams and last week's rainfall. The flooding has caused parts of highways, including some bridges, to be washed away, isolating some communities. The sc..
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March 17, 2019

Pope Francis leads prayers for peace over hate at the Vatican

Franco Origlia/Getty Images(ROME) -- As Pope Francis condemned the mass killing of 50 worshippers at two New Zealand mosques and led a prayer for the victims on Sunday in St. Peter's Square at the Vatican, some of the bodies of those slaughtered were being returned to their loved ones for burial. Pope Francis called the mass shooting in Christchurch a "horrible attack" and implored people around the world to fight anti-immigrant and white supremacist extremism espoused by the alleged kille..
March 17, 2019

New Zealand man, 22, arrested for allegedly distributing video of mosque shootings

ABC News(CHRISTCHURCH, New Zealand) -- A 22-year-old man from New Zealand has been arrested in connection with distribution of the video recording of Friday's tragic mosque shootings that killed 50 people. Brenton Tarrant, 28, who has been charged with murder in the mass shooting, filmed the massacres at Al Noor Mosque and Linwood Masjid in Christchurch on a Facebook livestream. Facebook was notified of the video and immediately took steps to remove the user and the recording, but not befor..
March 17, 2019

Authorities download cockpit recording from doomed Ethiopian Airlines flight

iStock/Thinkstock(ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia) -- Audio recordings from doomed Ethiopian Airlines flight 302 were successfully recovered by French authorities on Saturday. The data from the Ethiopian Airlines cockpit voice recorder was downloaded by the French Civil Aviation Safety Agency (BEA), which is doing the work as Ethiopian officials do not have the proper capabilities to do so. The EBA announced on Twitter that data from the CVR was transferred to Ethiopian investigators, adding that they did..
March 16, 2019

Death toll rises to 50 in New Zealand terror attack

Fiona Goodall/Getty Images(CHRISTCHURCH, New Zealand) -- The death toll from the largest terror attack in New Zealand's history has now risen to 50, police said. For those who survived the mass shooting, 34 are still hospitalized including 12 patients in the intensive care unit and are in critical condition, said Christchurch Hospital head of Surgery Greg Robertson at a news conference on Sunday afternoon local time. Two children, who under the age of 16, are among the victims in stable c..
March 16, 2019

‘Eggboy’: Teen cracks an egg over anti-Muslim Australian lawmaker’s head

iStock/chelovek(MELBOURNE, Australia) -- An Australian lawmaker who has been condemned for making anti-immigration remarks hours after the New Zealand mosque attacks had egg on his face on Saturday. Literally. Fraser Anning, 69, a far-right Queensland senator, was speaking to reporters in Melbourne when a 17-year-old boy cracked a raw egg against the politician's head, video of the incident shows. The footage quickly went viral on social media, where he was given the nickname "eggboy." An..
March 16, 2019

Taliban peace talks reignite debate over whether US is negotiating with ‘terrorists’

iStock(KABUL, Afghanistan) -- After nearly 18 years of war, the U.S. and the Taliban are deeply engaged in what was once unthinkable: peace talks. The militant group has killed countless American soldiers and even more Afghan troops and civilians. It’s been bombed and blown up by U.S. weaponry, pushed out of control and from the capital, Kabul -- only to fight its way back toward power year after year. And yet, American diplomats now find themselves on the other side of the table, without Afghan..