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One driver in Long Island took the concept of "park and ride" a little too far on Saturday when they ended up parked right on the train platform. The unbelievable photo captured by a commuter says it all, as a driver hopped a curb and drove right onto the Long Island Rail Road platform in Mineola, New York just before 5 p.m. Authorities termed the driver as "confused" after emergency responders removed the person from the car.
Americans from Florida to Maine are getting a piece of the storm Sunday. Bitterly cold temperatures, already being felt in the Midwest, will follow behind the front. The radar is showing rain for most Sunday morning, while parts of Maine and even the Buffalo, New York area are seeing cool enough temperatures for a wintry mix to snow.
The weather system that has already brought flooding rains to the Northwest and heavy snow to the Rockies is moving into the Midwest on Saturday with the Northeast to follow. A wind advisory is in effect from Texas to Ohio as wind speeds can be expected from 20 to 30 mph with gusts over 45 mph. These gusts are high enough to cause tree limbs to fall, which may lead to scattered power outages. This system is expected to bring periods of heavy rain to the Midwest on Saturday afternoon and through the evening hours.
New Kensington police released a name and image early Sunday of the man they are searching for in the fatal shooting of a police officer in western Pennsylvania. Update New Kensington Police Officer Shooting: Rahmael Sal HOLT (DOB 05/31/88) has been identified as the person who shot and killed Officer Shaw. A warrant has been issued for Holt's arrest.
The family of an 86-year-old South Carolina man has settled with the city of Kingstree just a month after the man was tased by police following a car chase. Police dash cam video of the incident shows Albert Chatfield immediately emerging from his car at an intersection and backpedaling from two police officers, who repeatedly shout for him to "stop." As he continues to back up through the street, one officer pulls out his Taser and, after the other officer is heard shouting "tase him," fires it. Chatfield is knocked to the ground instantly.
Thousands of Zimbabweans marched through the capital on Saturday demanding that President Robert Mugabe step down, days after the military placed the longtime ruler under house arrest. Euphoric crowds gathered near the State House where Zimbabweans cheered, danced, waved flags and hugged soldiers who were stationed outside the government building in Harare. It was the first public demonstration since Zimbabwe's military apparently took charge earlier in the week, and one that would have been perhaps unthinkable just months ago.
A U.S. warship collided with a Japanese commercial tug boat in Japan's Sagami Bay on Saturday, marking the fifth time this year that a ship in the U.S. Navy's 7th Fleet in the Pacific has been involved in a crash. The Japanese tug boat lost propulsion and drifted into the USS Benfold during a towing exercise. The U.S. guided-missile destroyer sustained minimal damage, and there were no reported injuries on either vessel, according to a press release from the U.S. Navy's 7th Fleet.
More than two dozen people were injured while others remain unaccounted for after a massive fire engulfed a senior living facility west of Philadelphia on Thursday night, authorities said. The five-alarm fire at Barclay Friends Senior Living Community in West Chester, about 35 miles from Philadelphia, began just before 11 p.m. ET Thursday, authorities said. Hundreds of first responders scrambled to rescue the elderly residents from the burning building, evacuating them on beds and in wheelchairs.
Music lovers worldwide are mourning the loss of rock legend Malcolm Young. Rolling Stone magazine reported that Young had been suffering from dementia. Shortly after the announcement, many rock musicians, including Ozzy Osbourne and Eddie Van Halen, took to social media to pay tribute to their colleague and friend who helped launch the Australian rock band in 1972.
Actor David Cassidy is currently hospitalized in Florida in critical condition with organ failure, his rep confirmed to ABC News.The former "Partridge Family" actor's rep added that Cassidy was in an induced coma but that "he is currently conscious and surrounded by family."Cassidy, 67, is suffering from kidney and liver failure.This is a developing story.
The City of Angels is getting all dolled up over the next decade -- the Summer Olympics are coming to L.A. in 2028! Throw in the fact that what’s world-famous about L.A. hasn’t changed, from its celebrity residents to the perfect weather to an exploding food scene, and an L.A. visit is a no-brainer. Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills is a paradise for well-heeled shoppers, but the ritzy storefronts relegate most of us to window shopping.
Breathtaking photos and details are finally leaking out about Serena Williams' celebrity-filled wedding to Reddit co-founder, Alexis Ohanian. The bride wore a custom Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen ball gown down the aisle Thursday, according to Vogue magazine. Williams, 36, and Ohanian, 34, exchanged vows inside the Big Easy's Contemporary Arts Center.
Serena Williams and Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian exchanged vows Thursday evening in New Orleans.The ceremony was held inside the Big Easy's Contemporary Arts Center, according to ABC News local affiliate WGNO.Mel Barlow, who photographed the wedding for the couple, posted one snap from the event on Instagram. What an incredible wedding. ...
A massive fire engulfed a senior living facility west of Philadelphia on Thursday night, sending emergency responders scrambling to remove patients from the large complex. At least 20 people have been injured in the fire, according to Chester County Emergency Services. The mayor of West Chester said there were a few residents who were unaccounted for, saying Friday afternoon they were "hoping for the best." The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, which was on the scene investigating the fire, said no family members had reported anyone missing.
Sen. Jeff Flake, a frequent sparring partner of President Donald Trump, continues to make enemies in his own party after calling the GOP "toast" while unaware he was still on a live mic. Flake, R-Ariz., was at a tax reform event in Mesa, Arizona on Friday night when he was caught bashing the president in a conversation with friend, Mesa Mayor John Giles. "If we become the party of Roy Moore and Donald Trump, we are toast," Flake was caught saying by ABC affiliate KNXV.
Before Arlen's elimination earlier this week with her pro partner Val Chmerkovskiy, the dancing duo performed the Charleston and completed a contemporary routine that was dedicated to her parents. "My swim coach was very tough on me and I respond well to that training... being pushed to my limit," Arlen said, discussing how Chmerkovskiy pushed her to perfect her dance routine. Arlen dedicated a lot of time -- approximately four to five hours a day -- to learning her new craft.
The New Zealand-based research specialist stumbled on the unusual art form last year when she was practicing her food photography. “I was into food photography at the time and I was trying to garnish my soup. It was a pumpkin soup, I think, with coconut cream swirls, but for some reason, I couldn’t get the perfect swirls,” Zakariya said.
At age 70, Elton John doesn't seem to be slowing down, and still regularly tours the world. According to his manager, husband David Furnish, not only will John not retire, he simply cannot. "Without question, Elton must never stop performing.
The leak took place some 35 miles south of the Ludden pump station in Marshall County, South Dakota, the company said in a press release. The Obama administration previously rejected the proposed pipeline, which would carry crude oil from Canada through Montana and South Dakota to Nebraska. Nebraska's Public Service Commission is due to rule in the coming days on a permit that would allow Keystone XL to move forward.
Jay-Z has penned an op-ed for The New York Times condemning rapper Meek Mill's two- to four-year prison sentence for violating probation. In his opinion piece, titled "The Criminal Justice System Stalks Black People Like Meek Mill," Jay-Z argues that Meek Mill's sentence stemming from a nearly decade-old drug and gun charge points to a far larger problem. "What’s happening to Meek Mill is just one example of how our criminal justice system entraps and harasses hundreds of thousands of black people every day," Jay-Z wrote.According to the Associated Press, Mill, 30, had been on probation for nearly a decade in the drug and gun case.