• Judge Sides with Shelly Sterling in Sale of LA Clippers

    Judge Sides with Shelly Sterling in Sale of LA Clippers

    (LOS ANGELES) — A Los Angeles judge is siding with Shelly Sterling in her fight against Donald Sterling to sell the LA Clippers. The judge says she acted properly in her actions to sell the team to former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer for $2 billion.   In a statement to ABC News, the NBA said, “We are pleased the court has affirmed Shelly Sterling’s right to sell the Clippers to Steve Ballmer. We look forward to the transaction closing as soon as possible.” Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright 2014 ABC News Radio © ABC News Radio

  • Two US Marshals, Detective Shot in New York City

    Two US Marshals, Detective Shot in New York City

    (NEW YORK) –  Two U.S. Marshals and an NYPD detective were shot Monday while serving a warrant in New York City, authorities said. The suspect, who was also shot, was a violent sex offender. He is now dead, Police Commissioner Bill Bratton said. His name has not been released. The incident happened in the West Village neighborhood of Manhattan. The law enforcement officers have non-life-threatening injuries and were taken to Bellevue Hospital, authorities said. Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright 2014 ABC News Radio © ABC News Radio

  • Homes, Campgrounds Evacuated Near Yosemite Wildfire

    Homes, Campgrounds Evacuated Near Yosemite Wildfire

    (EL PORTAL, Calif.) — Firefighters in northern California are battling large wildfires, attempting to extinguish a blaze near Yosemite National Park that quadrupled in size over the weekend. The fire entered park grounds on Monday, according to park spokesperson Scott Gediman, though it represents a small percentage of the fire and flames don’t yet pose a threat to any of the major tourist areas. At least 100 homes and two campgrounds were evacuated over the weekend, and more than 700 firefighters are working to suppress the flames. Crews face difficult challenges in rough terrain, steep cliff sides, and extreme heat…. Read more

  • Girl Who Vanished for Nine Months Is Weak, Malnourished

    Girl Who Vanished for Nine Months Is Weak, Malnourished

    (CONWAY, N.H.) — The family of a teenage girl who disappeared nine months ago before reappearing at her New Hampshire home last week is severely malnourished and not eating solid foods. “Right now, Abby is resting, extremely tired and in deteriorated health, and has lost a lot of weight. She is working to build her strength back and we hope soon she will be back on solid foods,” the family said in a statement. Fifteen-year-old Abigail Hernandez has reportedly met with investigators every day since she walked back into her Conway, New Hampshire, home on July 20. Police have released… Read more

  • Caught on Tape: Pilot Erupts with Anger

    Caught on Tape: Pilot Erupts with Anger

    (ATLANTA) — A Delta Air Lines pilot was caught on tape losing his cool when an air traffic controller told him his plane was approaching the wrong taxiway. “Hey, you know what, we’ll taxi out there anyway we want when you tell us to. I don’t like your attitude,” the unidentified pilot said to the controller on Friday after being told he rolled the plane onto the wrong taxiway at Atlanta’s Hartfield International Airport. The Charlotte-bound plane was on taxiway L, which controllers call Lima, instead of taxiway M, which they call Mike. “I don’t have an attitude, sir, I’m… Read more

  • Olympian's Relatives Safe After Getting Lost in the Wilderness

    Olympian's Relatives Safe After Getting Lost in the Wilderness

    (NEW YORK) — The brother of a U.S. winter Olympian — along with his three young children — are safe Monday morning after 24 hours lost in the wilderness. Jared Pikus, brother of skeleton athlete Noelle Pikus-Pace, is thankful to be home after spending the night lost in the Idaho wilderness. The group got lost Saturday after leaving a campsite to hike to a nearby lake. The group couldn’t find its way back. “I came to a point where I didn’t know where I was,” Pikus said later. “At that time, I had to think about the kids and survival.”… Read more

  • FSU Professor Was Talking on Cell Phone When Shooting Happened

    FSU Professor Was Talking on Cell Phone When Shooting Happened

    (MIAMI) — A Florida State University criminal law professor was pulling into his driveway and talking on his cell phone when he was fatally shot, ABC News has learned exclusively. Professor Dan Markel, 41, was shot July 18, dying hours later. The killer was waiting for Markel outside his home in Tallahassee’s Betton Hills section, a source told ABC News, and followed Markel into the garage, shooting him in the side of the head through the window of his car. The bullet entered just beneath Markel’s jawline. Markel was alive when cops arrived, with the keys in the ignition of… Read more

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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