KYLE, Texas (KXAN) — The Kyle Police Department is investigating a string of tire slashing incidents in two neighborhoods Monday morning. Police said it has 31 related incidents spread throughout the Woodlands and Cool Springs neighborhoods. The first call came in at 3:48 a.m. Monday in the 400 block of Evening Star, KPD said.
AUSTIN (KXAN) — Austin police identified the man who died after a motorcycle crash May 4 on Interstate 35 in north Austin. APD said Christian Joseph Boutros, 27, was thrown off his motorcycle following a crash and died at the scene in the 7100 block of N. Interstate 35 in northeast Austin. That’s near St.… Continue reading APD identifies man who died in motorcycle crash on I-35
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — More than 700 polling places will open around Philadelphia on Tuesday as voters head to the polls for the Pennsylvania primary. Eyewitness News spoke with election officials about what voters need to know before heading out to cast their vote. The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania will be at the forefront of the midterm… Continue reading Pennsylvania Primary: What Philadelphia Voters Need To Know Ahead Of Tuesday’s Election
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Democratic Senate candidate John Fetterman remains in the hospital, recovering after suffering a stroke on Friday. Fetterman says he’s expecting a complete recovery and the stroke was caused by an irregular heartbeat. Beyond that, there aren’t many details on the lieutenant governor’s medical conditions or treatments. “Friday, I just wasn’t feeling very… Continue reading John Fetterman, Democratic Pennsylvania Senate Candidate, Remains In Hospital After Suffering Stroke
WASHINGTON (AP) — Baby formula maker Abbott said Monday it has reached an agreement with U.S. health regulators to restart production at its largest domestic factory, though it will be well over a month before any new products ship from the site to help alleviate the national formula shortage facing parents. Abbott did not immediately… Continue reading Baby formula maker Abbott says deal reached to restart production
BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) – Ten people were killed Saturday and three others were injured in an act of white supremacist terrorism committed at Tops Market on Jefferson Avenue on Buffalo’s East Side. News 4 is working to learn more about the victims of the attack. One was a retired police officer. One was a deacon.… Continue reading Buffalo supermarket mass shooting: What we know about the victims
DENVER (KDVR) — Denver is in a new phase of a new COVID phasing system, but that does not necessarily warrant immediate panic. The city was placed into the “yellow” section of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s new Community Level indicators. Denver COVID cases rising, city changes level The new system focuses… Continue reading Are Colorado’s health leaders concerned with rising COVID cases?
ST. LOUIS – Pho Grand, a mainstay on S. Grand, will close next month, ending a three-decade run in Tower Grove South. According to a report in Sauce, owners My and Tami Trinh are near retirement and decided it was time for a break to focus on their “health and happiness.” In a Facebook post,… Continue reading Pho Grand closing next month after 33 years
“You know, we’re one of the largest shelters in the area and last year, we saved over 13 thousand dogs and cats so it’s a big place,” said Sherry Silk, CEO of the Humane Society of Tampa Bay. “And we’ve been in this new shelter for almost two years now and I thank goodness that we have… Continue reading Tampa Bay Animal Shelters Reaching Capacity Due to Housing Crisis
BALTIMORE (AP) — Kentucky Derby runner-up Epicenter was set Monday as the 6-5 morning line favorite for the Preakness Stakes, which will be run without Rich Strike. The surprise Derby winner at 80-1 is not in the field of nine for Saturday’s $1.65 million race. Rich Strike’s owner felt the two-week turnaround did not give… Continue reading Epicenter is 6-5 favorite for Preakness without Rich Strike