Surveillance footage from the night U.S. swimmers allege they were robbed in Rio
Brazilian authorities allege that Ryan Lochte and three other Team USA swimmers got into a fight with a gas station employee the night that they say they were robbed at gunpoint. Brazilian authorities say they tried to cover up the fight with the
Few countries rival Brazil for both soccer prowess and pride. The Maracana stadium in Rio de Janeiro has been awash in a sea of yellow and green as the national team tries to win the one prize that's eluded it, a gold medal.
Several Team USA athletes have been spotted (literally) with round purple or red marks. An acupuncturist says these are the telltale signs of an ancient Chinese medicine practice called cupping. She explains why elite athletes may find it useful.
Vahe Gregorian of the Kansas City Star spoke with Kevin Hall of the McClatchy DC bureau on Tuesday for an update on the Rio Summer Olympics. They look at the perspective of the Games from outside the sporting events.
At 6:43 p.m. on Thursday, Miami-Dade Transit bus no. 5197 was pulled out of Omega Fashion, a clothing store located on NW 54th and 2nd Ave, where it had been lodged against one of the building’s damaged support beams. Miami Dade Fire and Rescue.
A Crusoe Island couple, Westly Dorsch and Chasity Hewett, helped a Coast Guard crew navigate flooded streets on Wednesday, Sept. 20, to rescue their neighbors' pets stuck in homes flooded by the Waccamaw River after Hurricane Florence.
Miami-Dade Fire Rescue crews responded to a report of a person hanging from a 4-story windowsill at 11440 N. Kendall Dr. The patient was put into the bucket of the platform truck and safely lowered to the ground and transported to an area hospital.
A year after Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico the island remains in a state of recovery. The official death toll now stands at 2,975, making Maria one of the deadliest natural disasters in U.S. history. Narration by Rita Moreno.
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