By Matthew Foster

Nation
Jul 16, 2014 2:37pm

Ice Cream Cone Leaves Alleged Burglar in Sticky Situation

Deep into the humid months of summer comes a sticky situation for an alleged thief who wanted to cool down before he took off with his loot. Richard M. Walls, 47, allegedly stole a number of items from an apartment complex late Monday night, including… Read More »

By Nicole Enberg

Press Release
Jul 15, 2014 1:40pm

THIS WEEK ON “NY MED,” ER STAFF FACE WHAT WILL BECOME A MEDICAL MYSTERY WHEN A POPULAR NURSE, DIANA COSTINE, INEXPLICABLY BEGINS LOSING CONSCIOUSNESS AND FOR THE FIRST TIME, FINDS HERSELF AT THE CENTER OF THE STORY

Plus: When a bad relationship comes unglued in Newark, it leads to the trauma ward and a scorned lover vows revenge And: An uninsured homeless man becomes the unlikely darling of the surgical floor and undergoes an expensive lifesaving surgical fix from top specialists without… Read More »

By Van Scott

Press Release
Jul 15, 2014 1:23pm

ABC NEWS SCORES 19 NEWS & DOCUMENTARY EMMY AWARD NOMINATIONS – THE MOST IN 9 YEARS

“Good Morning America,” “World News with Diane Sawyer,” “Nightline” and “20/20″ Garner Nominations ABC News received 19 News and Documentary Emmy Award nominations today – the most in 9 years – in 13 categories. The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences recognized outstanding reporting… Read More »

By Van Scott

Press Release
Jul 15, 2014 10:47am

ABC “WORLD NEWS” RANKS #1 IN ADULTS 25-54 AND ADULTS 18-49 DEMOS FOR SECOND CONSECUTIVE WEEK

“World News” Takes Adults 25-54 for 8 of the Last 14 Weeks “World News” is the Only Program Up in Both Total Viewers (+5%) and Adults 25-54 (+2%) Compared to the Same Week One Year Ago For the First Time in Nearly Seven Years, “World… Read More »

By ABC News

World
Jul 14, 2014 4:23pm

Costa Concordia Floated for Final Voyage — to the Junkyard

After 2.5 years — and nearly $1 billion so far — the giant wreck of the Costa Concordia was lifted off the seabed today and refloated for its final journey to the scrapyard. “The weather is good. Everyone’s ready off shore,” said Nick Sloane, the… Read More »

Nation
Jul 14, 2014 12:18pm

Midwest Could Feel Like Fall With Tuesday’s Cold Temperatures

Get out that light jacket or warm sweater, Midwest residents: a cool front is coming. Temperatures across the Midwest are expected to dip 20 to 25 degrees below normal this week as a cool air mass descends from the Arctic regions to Canada and the… Read More »

By Angel Canales

Second Tour Standing Up for Heroes
Jul 14, 2014 6:00am

Marine’s Email Asking for Supplies Leads to Lifeline for Troops

  CHULA VISTA,  Calif.  – When Aaron Negherbon opened his email and read a message from a longtime friend and U.S. Marine Corps captain in Afghanistan requesting medical supplies, he took action immediately. The email read: “Major firefight last night. Medical supplies destroyed or depleted. Resupply… Read More »

By Gillian Mohney

Nation
Jul 13, 2014 5:08pm

See The Near 500-Pound Halibut Caught in Alaska

A California man went home from an Alaskan vacation with more than just memories, after catching a 482-pound halibut. Jack McGuire made the impressive catch while fishing with the Alaskan Anglers Inn fishing charter in Glacier Bay, Alaska. The fish was 95 inches long according… Read More »

Nation
Jul 13, 2014 3:30pm

Russia Prepares to Host 2018 World Cup as Costs Mount

MOSCOW — Even as the World Cup wraps up on today in Rio de Janiero, preparations are well under way for the next tournament, which Russia will host in 2018. President Vladimir Putin will be on hand for the final match between Germany and Argentina… Read More »

Nation
Jul 12, 2014 8:14pm

Lightning Strikes Twice in Colorado National Park

A lightning strike left one dead and three others injured Saturday at Colorado’s Rocky Mountain National Park, just one day after another strike left a woman dead and seven other people injured, a park spokeswoman said. The incident happened at about 3:30 p.m. in the… Read More »