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At its peak, New York City recorded nearly 600 COVID-19 deaths in one day.

Police are investigating what led up to a shooting on I-465 that left a man in critical condition yesterday.

Since July 1, there have been more than 4,100 confirmed cases of COVID-19 among active service members of the military.

Sad news. Authorities have identified the body found in a California lake as 33-year-old 'Glee' star Naya Rivera.

WATCH LIVE: @IPSSchools  is hosting a virtual community town hall to give IPS families a chance to ask questions about the upcoming school year:

UPDATE: The attorney for Vauhxx Booker has released a statement in response to today's press conference which called his accusations false.

Naya Rivera's 4-year-old son told investigators his mom pushed him back onto their rented boat before he looked back and saw her disappear underwater.

The ruling will allow healthcare providers to arrange for mifepristone to be delivered to patients so they don't have to visit a medical office.

Crews are battling flames on the USS Bonhomme Richard in San Diego for the second straight day.


BREAKING: Indiana has its first confirmed case of coronavirus.

About 500 Pizza Hut locations will close in the next year.

You might not see any immediate changes today, but with Net Neutrality coming to an end, there are fewer rules governing how internet service providers can operate.

Detectives with are trying to track down a woman caught on camera digging through a package of marijuana that washed up on a Florida beach. One man has already been arrested for trying to steal some of the weed.

RECALL ALERT: Tyson Foods has recalled two types of chicken breast strips distributed to stores nationwide after two people reported finding metal in the product.

Fort Wayne's @ChristianaD  needs your tweets NOW to advance on @NBCTheVoice ! Use the hashtag #VoiceSaveChristiana  to help her out!

A woman frantically rang the doorbell of a firehouse to get help for her pet raccoon, who reportedly had too much weed.

#BREAKING: Federal and state agents raid home of Subway spokesperson Jared Fogle

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