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Living in the dark after Hurricane Irma
An estimated 8 million to 9 million people are without power after Hurricane Irma ripped through the state of Florida. And it could take weeks before customers have electricity again, according to FEMA. Nearly 11,000 utility workers are joining forces so those suffering in the dark will have light.
Michelle Carter sentenced in texting suicide case
They act as he said on outside shot there the Massachusetts courthouse. Where we finally seeing a sentencing in the highly anticipated. Kate Michelle Carter this was the so called texting suicide case. Race he shopped earlier today and throughout the trial. Of Carter Carter was of course seventeen.
'That train would have gotten him': Man pulls off subway rescue
A man on his way to work Saturday night took on a job he wasn’t expecting: lifesaver. According to ABC station WABC-TV , Jonathan Kulig, an engineer for utility company ConEdison, was in the middle of his commute at a New York City subway station when he heard a commotion and soon realized that a
'View' Co-Hosts Discuss Their Take on 2nd Presidential Debate
Amid a contentious campaign season and with so much at stake, "View" co-hosts analyze which candidate fared better.
1 Dead After Explosion at Possible Drug Lab
A firefighter died after being hit by debris from the explosion, the FDNY said.
Homeowners Warned to Look for Fake Utility Workers
Authorities across the United States are warning homeowners to be on the lookout for imposters who are disguising themselves as utility workers to talk their way through people’s front doors. ABC affiliate WPBF-TV in West Palm Beach, Florida, captured one such alleged encounter last month when a
5 Indicted in Deadly NYC Building Fire Caused by Alleged Illegal Gas Line
Five people have been indicted today in connection with a fatal March 2015 building explosion in Manhattan's East Village that left two people dead and more than 20 injured. Maria Hrynenko, 56, the building's owner; her son Michael Hyrnenkdo, 30; Athanasios Ioannidis, 59; and Dilber Kukic, 40, were
Possibility of Criminal Charges in New York City Building Collapse Growing
As searchers and cadaver dogs sift through the rubble looking for victims and evidence, New York City officials tell ABC News that the possibility is growing that criminal charges could be filed as a result of the blast and building collapse in the East Village. Investigators with the Manhattan
NYC Building Fire: Restaurant Owner Smelled Gas Before Massive Explosion, Officials Say
With the cause of a fire and explosion that destroyed several buildings in Manhattan's East Village on Thursday still under investigation, officials today began to stitch together details of events that preceded the blast. The explosion reportedly occurred after the building's owner and a
Two Unaccounted for in Manhattan Building Explosion
We turn to that massive explosion in New York City, at least 19 people injured when the blast ignited, a raging seven-alarm fire tearing through four buildings. One person still missing and ABC's Ron Claiborne on the scene right here in New York City. Ron, good morning. Reporter: Hey, good morning