BY: JULIA JACOBO, ABC NEWS (NEW YORK) -- New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio has requested to close down schools and nonessential businesses, including dining, in nine zip codes within the five boroughs that have seen a recent rise in coronavirus cases.
By KARMA ALLEN, ABC News(FRANKFORT, Ky.) -- Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear vowed to halt a recent escalation of COVID-19 cases after reporting 17 more coronavirus-related deaths on Thursday, marking one of the state's highest one-day death tolls since the outbreak... Read More.
By MAX GOLEMBO, ABC News(NEW YORK) -- There were 27 large wildfires burning in California on Tuesday after dry brush and windy and hot conditions spread and fueled the flames.New fires are gaining traction in the state, where... Read More.
There is no better place to spend your summer then the Pacific Northwest. Though they are nice, they are also hot. So, before you grab your pets and load the family in the car to enjoy the warmer weather, make sure you’re prepared to... Read More.
By KELLY MCCARTHY, ABC News (NEW YORK) -- Last year proved that people will flock to taste a new fried chicken sandwich (we're looking at you Popeye's) but now spicy menu items seem to be the latest craze in fast... Read More.
BY: TRISH TURNER and ALLISON PECORIN, ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- With the collapse of bipartisan coronavirus relief talks, Senate Republicans are looking to introduce a scaled-down package as early as next week."We have a focused, targeted solution that we... Read More.
Early Red Hot Chili Peppers guitarist Jack Sherman has died at age 64. Sherman was a member of RHCP between 1983 and 1984. He played on the group's 1984 self-titled debut album, and during their first U.S. tour. He's also... Read More.
By KARMA ALLEN, ABC News(NEW YORK) -- Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves has ordered some residents to wear masks, bowing to political pressure as COVID-19 infection rates continue to shatter records in the state which saw 1,775 new cases in a... Read More.
By: MEREDITH DELISO and LISA SIVERTSEN, ABC News (NEW YORK) -- As many as 20 people were injured when three hot air balloons crashed in Wyoming Monday morning.According to a Federal Aviation Administration spokesperson, each balloon "landed hard under unknown... Read More.