http://media.graytvinc.com/images/690*355/Overpass+Accident1.JPG

World Media

The 38 students, ranging from 16 to 18 years old, from various Long Island high schools, along with five chaperones, had just returned from John F. Kennedy International Airport and were heading to a shopping mall in Huntington Station to meet up with parents, police said.
  • Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin says he'll veto tax and budget bills

    Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin says he'll veto tax and budget bills

    World Media

    Bevin's veto message says the spending plan is not balanced because it would spend roughly $50 million more than the state is projected to collect in revenue from the new taxes. John Chilton told Bevin revenue projections for the tax bill are not accurate. Sen. Joe Bowen, an Owensboro Republican, said "there were components of the revenue bill I didn't like as well", although he did vote for the bill.
  • Russian woman embalmed alive in deadly hospital mistake

    Russian woman embalmed alive in deadly hospital mistake

    World Media

    Ekaterina suffered disgusting pains and convulsions for two days before falling into a coma. Baryshnikova said she requested the hospital staff to help save her daughter, but she was told to go home. She also describes going to find the doctors but finding them in a huddle "discussing how to tell us that a bad mistake had been made". " For 14 hours after surgery she was living with this formalin and they did nothing ", Baryshnikova said.
  • Arizona deploys first 225 National Guard members to Mexico border

    Arizona deploys first 225 National Guard members to Mexico border

    World Media

    Susana Martinez's office says more than 80 of the state's National Guard members will deploy later this week as part of President Donald Trump's effort to bolster border security. The New Mexico Guard members could help with air support, surveillance and infrastructure repairs, Hull said. On their way to the border, Guardsmen will pass through a National Guard Base at Pinal Air Park just north of Marana.
  • Woman arrested for beheading boyfriend

    Woman arrested for beheading boyfriend

    World Media

    Mills, 41, is facing a murder charge in the death of boyfriend Bo Allen White , 29, after he was found decapitated inside his home. A Virginia woman has been charged in the death of a West Virginia man who was decapitated , authorities said Monday.
  • Florida woman blames cocaine in purse on windy day

    Florida woman blames cocaine in purse on windy day

    World Media

    Yes, that's right. A woman in Florida tried to explain her way out of an arrest by suggesting that the drugs that were found on her must have blown in through her vehicle window and found their way into her purse. According to The Weather Underground , March 21 was a windy day in the Fort Pierce area, with gusts reaching up to 33 miles per hour. It must have flown through the window and into my purse, ' she said.
  • Carrie Underwood Shares First Full Photo of Face After Terrible Fall

    Carrie Underwood Shares First Full Photo of Face After Terrible Fall

    World Media

    The 35-year-old singer has received two nominations for the upcoming award ceremony where she is set to perform. Previously announced ACM Awards performers include Lauren Alaina, Jason Aldean , Kelsea Ballerini, Dierks Bentley, Kane Brown, Luke Bryan, Kenny Chesney , Kelly Clarkson , Florida Georgia Line, Alan Jackson and Lady Antebellum .
  • Bus that hit Long Island overpass run by NJ company

    Bus that hit Long Island overpass run by NJ company

    World Media

    The right and center lanes are blocked. The driver is not from Long Island and did not know commercial vehicles are not allowed on the parkway, he said. Kennedy Airport following a school trip to Europe. The system was already in place in the Northern State Parkway. Investigators look over a bus that was carrying teenage passengers after it hit an overpass on the Southern State Parkway in Lakeview, N.Y., Sunday, April 8, 2018.
  • Man Who Died In Trump Tower Fire was from Westchester

    Man Who Died In Trump Tower Fire was from Westchester

    World Media

    Trump said at the time that he couldn't afford to install sprinklers, reported the New York Post . Crosby, who frequently criticizes President Donald Trump on Twitter, did not specifically mention the fire. Firefighters say there were no sprinklers in the apartment where a fire broke out in Trump Tower on Saturday night . Interestingly, Brassner's apartment did not have sprinklers, which were made necessary in 1999 after two deadly fires in high rise apartments.
  • How to determine if you were affected in Facebook data hack

    How to determine if you were affected in Facebook data hack

    World Media

    More than a million users in the United Kingdom may have had their data harvested by Cambridge Analytica. Since the revelations came to light Facebook has rolled out a huge wave of changes to the amount of personal data it shares with third-parties and has tried to give users more control over how they share their personal data with these apps .
  • USA stocks retreat on China trade spat, jobs data

    USA stocks retreat on China trade spat, jobs data

    World Media

    China has vowed to take "comprehensive countermeasures" and fight "at any cost" Trump's directive. Steven Mnuchin, the US Treasury secretary, conceded in a television interview on Friday that "there is the potential of a trade war ". "We can't allow China, which is a first-world country now and has to play by the rules, to steal our technology". The President did not provide a reason for the statement or say whether China had indicated it planned to drop its tariffs.
  • Cold weather, possible snow showers, return to Harrisburg area

    Cold weather, possible snow showers, return to Harrisburg area

    World Media

    Monday does bring ample sunshine, but thin, high clouds start streaming this afternoon . Up to an inch of snow could fall in those areas by the time the snow stopped falling, according to the National Weather Service . It is these conditions that can make nearly anything possible and often times fuel the Central U.S. tornado season in April and May. Still, chances are that Billings isn't completely done with snow for the season.
  • China Hopes N. Korea Leader's Summits With Trump, Moon Will Defuse Tension

    China Hopes N. Korea Leader's Summits With Trump, Moon Will Defuse Tension

    World Media

    South Korean officials had told Donald Trump that Mr Kim was willing to meet him to discuss de-nuclearisation, but the administration comments on Sunday mark the first time the U.S. "No matter how badly any Trump-Kim summit goes, there's no chance North Korea will end up bombing us because Kim wouldn't want to risk his own certain destruction in return", he told news.com.au.
  • Israel Strikes Hamas Target in Gaza in Response to Border Infiltration Attempt

    Israel Strikes Hamas Target in Gaza in Response to Border Infiltration Attempt

    World Media

    The Israeli military on Sunday said it located two improvised explosive devices next to the Gaza-Israel border, which it said were planted by three militants seen penetrating the perimeter fence earlier in the day. An Islamist terror group, Hamas violently took control of Gaza from Mahmoud Abbas's Fatah in 2007, two years after Israel withdrew its military and civilian presence from the Strip.
  • Oklahoma teachers extend walkout to second week

    Oklahoma teachers extend walkout to second week

    World Media

    As Oklahoma's teacher work stoppage continued into it's third day, no one knows how long it will last or what exactly it will take to satisfy the thousands of teachers cramming into the state Capitol. "I'm all for the teachers getting a raise, but the thought that there were enough programs for all the kids in Oklahoma City, it's ridiculous". "They're hearing that we have to fund our schools".
  • At least 14 dead after missiles hit Homs airfield

    At least 14 dead after missiles hit Homs airfield

    World Media

    President Donald Trump called out Russian President Vladimir Putin by name on Sunday for backing Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and warned of a "big price" after reports of a chemical weapons attack in Syria nearly a year to the day since the U.S.