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Mayor Jon Mitchell and the New Bedford Metropolis Council have been working to extend capital funding and jobs within the metropolis. Regardless of COVID-19, they’ve been profitable. The New Bedford Metropolis Council Finance Committee voted in favor of three new enterprise tasks on Monday night time. The committee comprises all members of the council, so […]

Ben185/iStockBy AARON KATERSKY and EMILY SHAPIRO, ABC News (NEW YORK) — A 23-year-old has been charged with second-degree attempted murder as a hate crime after allegedly stabbing a 36-year-old Asian man in the back in New York City’s Chinatown, police sources said. Salman Muflihi, of Brooklyn, allegedly pulled an 8-inch knife on the victim at […]

ABC NewsBy MAX GOLEMBO, ABC News (NEW YORK) — An active weather pattern with several storm systems is moving through the country, from West to East, with heavy snow, damaging winds, severe thunderstorms and flooding rain. Already overnight severe thunderstorms brought huge hail from Texas to Arkansas. Hail was as large as 2 inches in […]

Ridofranz/iStockBy STEPHANIE EBBS, ABC News (NEW YORK) — An increasing number of Americans are anxious to get COVID-19 vaccines as the rollout continues, with more than half of Americans saying they plan to get vaccinated as soon as possible or have already received at least one dose. More than 13% of the adult population has […]

HRAUN/iStockBy MEREDITH DELISO, ABC News (NEW YORK) — COVID-19 has killed more than 500,000 people in the United States — an unimaginable toll that has had ripple effects across the country. But some families have endured that loss multiple times over, with the virus taking parents, children and siblings, often in quick succession. The deaths […]

PinkOmelet/iStockBy LUIS MARTINEZ, ABC News (WASHINGTON) — The number of reported sexual assaults and unwanted sexual contact at the three military academies went down last year according to an annual Pentagon report released on Thursday, but only because the coronavirus pandemic resulted in cadets and midshipmen being sent home for the fourth academic quarter of […]

RoschetzkyIstockPhoto/iStockBy MARLENE LENTHANG, ABC News (HARRIS COUNTY, Texas) — A $1 billion class-action lawsuit has been filed against Texas wholesale electricity retailer Griddy Energy for allegedly charging exorbitant prices during last week’s historic storm that left millions powerless in the freezing cold. The lawsuit was filed on behalf of Chambers County resident Lisa Khoury in […]

amphotora/iStockBy AARON KATERSKY, ABC News (NEW YORK) — New York City’s highest-ranking uniformed police officer, Terence Monahan, who memorably took a knee with George Floyd protesters in Washington Square Park, is retiring. The announcement was made Thursday — NYPD Chief of Detectives Rodney Harrison will take over as chief of department “Rodney is a great […]

CasPhotography/iStockBy ERIN SCHUMAKER, ABC News (NEW YORK) — California became the first state to report 50,000 deaths from COVID-19 this week, according to data from Johns Hopkins University. The state’s death toll now stands at 50,994. The grim milestone occurred after 806 additional deaths were reported in Los Angeles County on Wednesday, due to a […]

DNY59/iStockBy AARON KATERSKY, ABC News (NEW YORK) — The Manhattan District Attorney’s Office has taken possession of former President Donald Trump’s tax returns, a spokesman for the office told ABC News. The documents were turned over Monday by the former president’s accountants at Mazars USA. The Trump tax documents run into the millions of pages, […]

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