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San Francisco community concerned after officer-involved shooting captured on video in popular nightlife neighborhood

(SAN FRANCISCO) -- An officer-involved shooting captured on body camera and surveillance video in a popular San Francisco neighborhood has left the community outraged.The shooting happened in the middle of the North Beach neighborhood, an area in San Francisco that is known for its nightlife, ABC San Francisco affiliate KGO…... Read More

Endangered Amur leopard cubs born at Illinois zoo

(BROOKFIELD, Ill.) -- Two endangered Amur leopard cubs have been born at the Brookfield Zoo in Illinois.The 8-week-old male cubs are "thriving," Amy Roberts, the Brookfield Zoo's senior curator of mammals, told ABC News.As they've grown, the cubs' caregivers have been able to tell them apart by their differing appearances…... Read More

Orlando gunman in deadly hostage standoff almost went to prison just weeks before

(WASHINGTON) -- The Florida man who allegedly killed four children and shot a police officer in an hours-long standoff with authorities this week was almost sent to prison just 19 days before.Gary Wayne Lindsey Jr., who had an extensive criminal history, was on felony probation when he barricaded himself inside…... Read More

Woman strangles possibly rabid bobcat after it attacks her, authorities say

(HARTWELL, Ga.) -- A Georgia woman saved her own life when she was attacked by a bobcat by overpowering the large feline and strangling it, according to local authorities.Emergency dispatchers received a call about the incident after 6 p.m. on June 7, and when deputies got to the scene, the…... Read More

Father of 3 in kidney failure granted stay after saying deportation would be 'a death sentence'

(NEW YORK) -- Days before he was scheduled to board a flight from New York to Honduras, Nelson Rosales Santos was told he could stay in the U.S. for another six months as he awaits a kidney transplant and a green card. But that might not be enough time for…... Read More

One deputy shot dead, another critically injured when inmate overpowered them near courthouse: Officials

(KANSAS CITY, Kan) -- One sheriff's deputy was fatally shot and another was shot and critically wounded when an inmate overpowered them near a Kansas courthouse on Friday, officials said.The deadly altercation took place about 11:30 a.m. when the two Wyandotte County sheriff's deputies in Kansas City pulled into the…... Read More

'El Chapo' asks judge to toss statements he made during DEA extradition flight

(BROOKLYN, N.Y.) -- Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman asked a federal judge in Brooklyn to suppress statements prosecutors claim the drug kingpin made during his January 2017 extradition to the United States.In a court filing Thursday, his defense attorneys said that it is not clear whether Guzman had been informed of…... Read More

Two people fall 34 feet to the ground after roller coaster derails

(DAYTONA BEACH, Fla.) -- Chaos erupted at a Florida boardwalk Thursday night when a roller coaster derailed, causing two riders to fall about 34 feet to the ground, officials said.When rescue crews arrived at Daytona Beach's boardwalk, they found the front car of the sandblaster roller coaster "completely off the…... Read More

Gabby Giffords to join Parkland activists at Chicago rally

(CHICAGO) -- Gabby Giffords is set to join the Stoneman Douglas survivors at a rally and march in Chicago on Friday -- the first event in the young activists' new push to take their voter turnout initiative on the road.Friday night's event kicks off the teenagers' tour called "March for…... Read More

Mysterious explosions in past two months rattle Pennsylvania residents

(PHILADELPHIA) -- Authorities are investigating a string of suspicious explosions in Pennsylvania, according to ABC Philadelphia station WPVI-TV.The most recent explosion occurred Thursday afternoon, when a worker cutting grass hit the suspicious device with a lawnmower, WPVI-TV reported. It left a 2-foot crater in the ground, and both FBI and…... Read More

Monsoons in the Southwest, storms in the Midwest as temperatures begin to soar

(NEW YORK) -- Monsoon season begins Friday in the Southwest, which could see flash flooding.Phoenix and Tucson, Arizona, which haven't seen rain in more than three months, could see 1 to 2 inches of precipitation, courtesy of Hurricane Bud.Monsoon season runs from June to September. It is characterized by shifts…... Read More

Bill Cosby fires seven lawyers, hires one lawyer

(PHILADELPHIA) -- Comedian Bill Cosby has fired all seven attorneys on his legal team just months ahead of his September sentencing, replacing them with a single Pennsylvania criminal-defense lawyer.The move, confirmed by Cosby spokesman Andrew Wyatt, comes on the heels of the entertainer's April conviction on three counts of felony…... Read More

One dead after four shot in Colorado business complex

(WESTMINSTER, Colo.) -- One male who was among the four people shot Thursday afternoon in a Colorado business complex has died, while his mother and brother were in critical condition, police said.Another male victim was shot in the complex’s parking lot and is expected to survive, authorities said.Police have arrested…... Read More

'It’s inhumane what they’re doing to us as mothers,' says Guatemalan woman separated from 5-year-old daughter at US-Mexico border

(ROMA, Texas) -- A 22-year-old Guatemalan woman alleges that she and other mothers were treated inhumanely by immigration officers after she crossed the U.S.-Mexico border into Texas and was separated from her 5-year-old daughter for days.The woman, named Jessica, crossed the Rio Grande near Roma, Texas, on May 22, after…... Read More