Wolfgang Schwan/Anadolu Agency via Getty Image (UPPER DARBY TOWNSHIP, Penn.) — A medical helicopter that crashed while transporting an infant to a Pennsylvania hospital Tuesday afternoon made a “miraculous landing,” with no serious injuries reported, authorities said.
Christopher Dilts/Bloomberg via Getty Images (CHICAGO) — More than 350,000 public school students in Chicago are expected to resume in-person learning on Wednesday after a tentative agreement was reached between the school district and the Chicago Teachers
(PHILADELPHIA) — A fast-moving fire in a Philadelphia row house that killed 12 people last week, including nine children, likely started after a Christmas tree was lit ablaze with a lighter, fire officials said Tuesday. The intense
Jena Ardell/Getty Images (WASHINGTON) — School staffing shortages caused by the recent COVID-19 omicron surge have gotten so bad in at least two school districts that officials are turning to parents to keep classes going. The Palo
ABC News (NEW YORK) — Millions of Americans woke up to the coldest air of the season on Tuesday morning. Temperatures plummeted overnight as an arctic blast moved into the northeastern United States. By morning, the wind
Brittany Murray/MediaNews Group/Long Beach Press-Telegram via Getty Images (LOS ANGELES) — A funeral service was held on Monday for a 14-year-old girl who was killed during a Los Angeles police-involved shooting at a clothing store. Valentina Orellana-Peralta
iStock/Kamonchai Mattakulphon (NEW YORK) — The deadly blaze that tore through a New York City building in the Tremont neighborhood of the Bronx has left many residents homeless, displaced or in need of basic necessities that they
iStock (NEW YORK) — Robert Durst, a convicted murder who was awaiting trial on a separate murder charge, died of natural causes while in custody early Monday morning, his lawyer said. Durst, 78, was sentenced to life