NYC subway train derails, scaring passengers and injuring 34

Tuesday. All passengers on the train were evacuated and authorities were investigating the incident in Manhattan's Harlem section, officials said. The New York City Emergency Management Department described the incident as a partial derailment, which caused a power outage to A, B, C and D trains between 125th and 145th Streets. Read More

SPD ends video game channel after Lyles shooting conversation criticism

SPD ends video game channel after Lyles shooting conversation criticism

On Thursday, Seattle police released Lyles' 911 call and a video recording from her hallway, showing the 24 hours leading up to the shooting. That police report described Lyles as having "armed herself with a pair of extra long metal shears" and that she had been "threatening the officers". Read More

Authorities: Mom left 2 kids in hot car as punishment

Authorities: Mom left 2 kids in hot car as punishment

Police were called to Randolph's home near Lake Weatherford, which is just west of Fort Worth, on May 26. Randolph repeatedly changed her story under questioning and told a Texas Ranger on Friday that she had found Juliet and Cavanaugh playing inside the auto, the sheriff's office said in a statement. Read More

Trump calls Warmbier's death a 'total disgrace'

North Korean authorities said Warmbier was arrested for alleged theft of political slogans hanging in a Pyongyang hotel where he was staying. The United States of America can not and should not tolerate the murder of its citizens by hostile powers. Read More

Dems say they'll slow Senate work over secretive care bill

Dems say they'll slow Senate work over secretive care bill

Senate Republican leaders are under fire from all sides for blocking debate on their health care bill - the details of which remain largely unknown - before forcing a vote on the legislation by July 4. Democrats are quick to point out that the Affordable Care Act was debated openly with dozens of public hearings and amendments over the course of a almost a year before they brought the bill to a vote. Read More

@SenatorWicker Votes to Strengthen Sanctions Against Iran, Russia

@SenatorWicker Votes to Strengthen Sanctions Against Iran, Russia

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson had encouraged the Senate to hold off on more sanctions , saying that he'd like more time to try and work diplomacy with Russian Federation. The measure also applies terrorism sanctions to Tehran's Revolutionary Guards and requires the enforcement of an arms embargo. Individuals who carried out cyber attacks on behalf of the Russian government are also targeted. Read More

Milwaukee County sheriff not joining DHS, after all

Milwaukee County sheriff not joining DHS, after all

President Donald Trump met with Clarke on his visit to Milwaukee on Tuesday, and they "talked about alternative roles for Clarke", Peterson told the Journal-Sentinel. While the DHS never confirmed any of this, Clarke said in May that he'd be taking a role in the department by the end of this month. Clarke, who built a following among conservatives with his provocative social media presence, was a vocal supporter of Trump during his 2016 campaign. Read More

Northam Wins Virginia Democratic Primary For Governor As GOP Race Remains Tight

In our area, the only offices you'll be casting a primary ballot for are governor and lieutenant governor. Perriello announced early on that he would not accept donations from the influential company. In November, he will face one of three Republican members of the General Assembly who are vying for their party's nomination. Frank W. Wagner is at 10 percent, according to the Washington Post . Read More

WH says Trump won't block Comey testimony

WH says Trump won't block Comey testimony

Senators will nearly certainly ask Comey whether Trump asked him to drop an Federal Bureau of Investigation probe into Flynn's contacts with Russian government officials. "You don't do that I think by invoking executive privilege on a conversation you had apparently with nobody else in the room". Several investigations into Russia's meddling in the 2016 election are ongoing. Read More

Florida proving hard to beat at Women's College World Series

Florida proving hard to beat at Women's College World Series

LSU now switches to the bottom bracket and will play at 8:30 p.m. Saturday night against the victor of an elimination game earlier on Saturday between OR and Baylor. Florida would add four more runs in the seventh inning. The Huskies won the national title in 2009. The Women's College World Series wraps up the second round on Saturday. Read More

Covfefe: President Trump's late night Twitter typo goes viral

The Twitter post, sent shortly before midnight local time, reads "Despite the negative press covfefe ", in an apparent reference to the press coverage that Trump has often derided as "fake news ". It obviously was a mistype or spell check didn't get things right this time, but whatever the reason, the Donald slipped up. But that did not stop people from teasing Trump about the tweet. Read More

'What are you feeding him?': Pope takes jibe at Trump

Trump and the pope met privately in a one-on-one conversation in a Vatican study on Wednesday. For Trump, who landed in Rome after stops in Saudi Arabia and Israel, the audience in the Vatican caps a tour of the ancestral homes of three of the world's great monotheistic religions. Read More

To many Americans, Memorial Day has lost its meaning

Quad-Citians, your patriotism and service astounds me every day, and I am honored and grateful to be part of this community. Numerous facility's 175 veterans joined with with friends, family and other community members in the home's courtyard to hear remarks from Mayor Hardie Davis and Col. Read More

Ariana Grande Vows Return To Manchester In Letter To Fans

Greater Manchester Police said they are now holding 11 men, aged between 18 and 44, in custody and have made major progress in their investigation. May also said "we have a special relationship with the USA". His brother Hashem and father Ramadan have both been arrested in Tripoli - despite his dad claiming the family is "innocent". Read More

Siblings allegedly shot by mother have died in Dayton hospital

Siblings allegedly shot by mother have died in Dayton hospital

We have contacted Dayton Police Department officials to find out whether the charges will be increased now that the children have died. WDTN reports that 8-year-old Kamora and 6-year-old Kendon died from their injuries at Dayton Children's Hospital . Read More

Rain On & Off, Tapering Off Later

Rain On & Off, Tapering Off Later

The sky remains partly to mostly cloudy this afternoon as a boundary stalls to our south today . High: 83. Tuesday: Partly Sunny with showers possible. Storms returns on and off Friday-Sunday but as mentioned above it won't rain the entire time and there are some slight differences in the models so while you shouldn't cancel any outdoor plans, still pay close attention to the forecast for any changes to the point where you might need to alter plans. Read More

Local lawmakers react to Sioux City Planned Parenthood closure

Local lawmakers react to Sioux City Planned Parenthood closure

The Burlington health care center served 2,118 patients in its last fiscal year, with 4,503 total visits, according to figures provided by Planned Parenthood of the Heartland's regional office. Planned Parenthood will continue to operate eight clinics in Iowa. Mansanares said most Wyoming patients who receive care from Planned Parenthood do so at the organization's Fort Collins location in Colorado. Read More

McDonald's Expands its UberEats Delivery Service over 1000 Restaurants

McDonald's Expands its UberEats Delivery Service over 1000 Restaurants

McDonald's expanded its partnership with the food-delivery arm of Uber last month , and now we know exactly which cities are coming onboard for mobile McGriddle deliveries. McDonald's Corporation (NYSE:MCD) is expanding delivery as it seeks new ways to keep Millennials who will pay up for convenience. Uber , meanwhile, has been trying to capitalize on its giant network of drivers to expand delivery services with an " Uber Everything" program. Read More

At White House, Abbas to ask Trump to back Arab peace plan

However, there have been no serious negotiations since gaps widened with the 2009 election of Benjamin Netanyahu as Israel's prime minister. The two leaders "reaffirmed the commitment of both the United States and the Palestinian Authority to achieving a genuine and lasting peace between the Israelis and Palestinians", the White House said. Read More

ICE arrests more than 1000 people in targeted gang operation

The majority of the arrests, 1,095, were confirmed by ICE to be gang members or affiliates of a gang, including, 137 affiliated with the Bloods, 118 with the Surenos, 104 with MS-13 and 104 with the Crips. News of ICE's operation came after Attorney General Jeff Sessions threatened to disrupt gang activity. According to ICE, 280 arrests were soley immigration-related. Read More

Resident heard shots, screaming in Ohio killings

Resident heard shots, screaming in Ohio killings

The father of six had only been police chief for three weeks. Kirkersville Elementary School was placed on lockdown as a result of the situation, 10TV reported. In a tweet , Governor John Kasich said he was "shocked & pained by the horrific shooting in Kirkersville". "Grateful for law enforcement's quick response". Read More

Aetna becomes latest insurer to flee ACA exchanges

Aetna becomes latest insurer to flee ACA exchanges

Regulators a year ago approved average rate increases in the individual market of 32.5 percent for Highmark and about 23 percent for Aetna . President Donald Trump has repeatedly predicted the demise of the law and its exchanges, and insurers are concerned about the fate of two provisions that keep the market working: a government subsidy that makes coverage more affordable, and a mandate that all people get insurance or pay a fine, which keeps costs lower by mixing healthy and sick people ... Read More

'Serial Street Shooter' Accused of 9 Murders

He made the claim in his first court appearance Monday night. The Associated Press reports that Saucedo faces a total of "26 felony counts of homicide, aggravated assault and drive-by-shooting". "As we turn over our investigation to the Maricopa County Attorney's Office for prosecution, we hope that our community will rest a little easier and that our officers will get a little more sleep knowing that the wheels of justice are finally in motion", Williams said. Read More

Hit by NASCAR penalty, Joey Logano says team doesn't cheat

Hit by NASCAR penalty, Joey Logano says team doesn't cheat

You have to find that edge and get right to it. "When you're a little bit over, we're sitting talking about what we are today". NASCAR announced Thursday morning a problem with Joey Logano's win in Richmond last weekend. Separately, Team Penske is appealing a three-race suspension on the crew chief for teammate Brad Keselowski. We don't work that way at Team Penske, try to stay on the up and up and push the things to where we can. Read More

Chicago police officers reportedly wounded in shooting

Chicago police officers reportedly wounded in shooting

A leading European human rights official says that influence coming from governments and the rapid development of new technologies are among key challenges facing public broadcasters, which he said are among the. The newspaper reported that more than 30 shootings believed to have been tied to semi-automatic rifles occurred there and in neighboring Brighton Park during a recent nine-month period. Read More

Trump's tax plan could cost an estimated $5.5 trillion

These are the people who have been left behind by an increasingly globalized economy. "If a taxpayer has a choice between paying at a 15 percent top rate versus a 35 percent rate, the taxpayer and their tax planners will be working feverishly to take advantage of the 15 percent rate", said J. Read More

Severe Thunderstorms Drop Hail in South Dallas Wednesday Morning

Severe Thunderstorms Drop Hail in South Dallas Wednesday Morning

A severe thunderstorm watch has been issued until 1 p.m Wednesday. There is another change of storms across Oklahoma on Friday afternoon through Saturday. Heavy rain is possible this weekend and a flash flooding threat may even emerge by Sunday as some areas will receive as much as three inches of rain. Read More

Obama Takes $400K Fee To Speak At Investment Bank's Conference

Obama Takes $400K Fee To Speak At Investment Bank's Conference

On "Outnumbered" today, Meghan McCain said she would love to see how some on the far-left are reacting to Obama's apparent about-face on Wall Street. If anyone thought Hillary Clinton made a fortune off her speeches, they'll find it hard to believe what Obama's rate is. Obama and former first lady Michelle Obama stand to make tens of millions of dollars in honorariums. Read More

Senate confirms Perdue as secretary of agriculture

Secretary of Agriculture by fellow Georgian and Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court Clarence Thomas at the Supreme Court building. "I think he brings a lot to the table for producers in the United States, and specifically for producers right here in Central Illinois", said Uphoff, who serves as district 11 director for the Illinois Farm Bureau representing DeWitt, Piatt, Macon, Shelby, Moultrie and Christian counties. Read More

Canadian minister looking forward to Trump trade talks

Canada also imposes import tariffs on ultra-filtered milk, a protein liquid concentrate used to make cheese. U.S. President Donald Trump called out Canada amid a brewing trade spat in the dairy industry. "Ultimately governors and people in the states recognize the importance of our relationship and that it's two-way, and we are going to continue to build on that", McNeil said. Read More