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Australian Tourist Dies in Bike Crash Near Central Park

Aug 11
An Australian tourist biking in New York City died after colliding with a garbage truck as she swerved to avoid a vehicle blocking the bike lane near Central Park.

Discrimination Complaint Filed Against Texas Chicken and Burgers

Aug 10
A complaint was filed this week against Texas Chicken and Burgers on behalf of five transgender and gender-nonconforming clients who endured discrimination.

NY Officials: No Health Threat from Steam Pipe Explosion

By Karen Matthews | Jul 20
An aging steam pipe containing cancer-causing asbestos exploded beneath Fifth Avenue in Manhattan early Thursday, spewing a geyser of white vapor 10 stories high and forcing an evacuation of 49 buildings.

Death Toll Rises to 13 After Duck Boat Capsizes

Jul 20
The Latest on a deadly tourist boat accident in Missouri (all times local).

Clinic Opens Hours After Oklahoma Approves Medical Marijuana

Jun 29
A clinic for prescribing medical marijuana opened in Tulsa just hours after Oklahoma voters approved the pot measure -- and before election officials had even certified the vote.

New HIV/AIDS Health Care Center Opens in St. Pete

Jun 25
AHF's newly built flagship facility in St. Petersburg's Skyway Marina District houses a state-of-the-art HIV/AIDS treatment clinic, medical case management an AHF Pharmacy, and more.

DC Love Scratcher: Celebrating Pride in Washington DC

Jun 14
DC Lottery launches a Pride-inspired DC Love Scratcher ticket to help celebrate all that our nation's capital has to offer.

Oregon Tribe Welcomes Back Long-Lost Artifacts

Oregon Tribe Welcomes Back Long-Lost Artifacts

Jun 8
An Oregon tribe has welcomed home artifacts taken from it 150 years ago that have been in storage in the British Museum in London for decades. After years of negotiation, the museum will loan the Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde 16 objects.

33rd AIDS Walk & Run Boston to Take Place Sunday, June 3

May 15
Registration is now open for the 33rd annual AIDS Walk & Run Boston, which will take place Sunday, June 3, 2018. The event regularly draws thousands of participants, making it the region's largest HIV/AIDS public awareness event.

San Francisco, CA

Changes Made After Mayor, Sheehy Tour Castro

By Alex Madison | Mar 28
Increased homeless outreach in the evenings, expansion of the Healthy Streets Operation, and limited hours for the Walgreens parking lot in the Castro are planned after a public safety walk in the area Monday morning.

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