National News | WRHL National News 2017-01-23T10:57:46Z National News Deadly storm batters Eastern U.S. with wind and heavy rain The storm, which unleashed deadly twisters in Mississippi and Georgia over the weekend, turned cooler as it advanced on the Northeast, where residents faced potential flooding, downed power lines and high surf late on Monday and early Tuesday, said Tim Morrin, the National Weather Service's New York observation program leader. "The best place to be is inside," Morrin said. Minnesota governor collapses while addressing legislators (Reuters) - Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton collapsed on Monday while delivering his state-of-the-state address to legislators in St. Paul, but aides said afterward that Dayton quickly recovered from what they described as a fainting spell and returned home. Gasps rose from the assembly hall and someone was heard saying, "Get him to the ground, get him to the ground, please." Lawmakers immediately adjourned the session while Dayton, a member of the Democratic-affiliated Minnesota Democratic Farmer-Labor Party, was attended to. The episode came about 40 minutes into Dayton's speech to a joint session of the state legislature, according to a statement released by his chief of staff, Scott Kendall. U.S. governors want say on Trump's infrastructure plan U.S. governors are flagging hundreds of "shovel-ready" projects they regard as high-priority for President Donald Trump's plan to fix the nation's infrastructure. Scott Pattison, executive director of the bipartisan National Governor's Association, said on Monday his group, at the request of the White House, has assembled a list of 300 projects costing billions of dollars from 43 states and territories, with more expected to come. "The good part from a bipartisan standpoint is there seems to be full consensus that we have a lot of infrastructure problems in the U.S., a lot of maintenance issues, also things that need building," he said in an interview. AccuWeather: Stormy Evening Meteorologist Cecily Tynan says the wind and rain begins to wind down after midnight. Hawaii's Lanai Island dark after windstorm knocks out power HONOLULU (AP) — The entire Hawaiian island of Lanai remained without electrical service Monday after strong winds snapped or damaged utility poles over the weekend. Pizza deliveryman fires back after shot in Southwest Philadelphia A pizza deliveryman was shot during an attack in Southwest Philadelphia. Wilmington police shoot and kill armed man Wilmington police shot and killed an armed man Monday night. Winter nor'easter pounds Jersey shore A wet and windy winter nor'easter moved into the region Monday. NJ Transit, Amtrak resume rail service with major delays NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey Transit and Amtrak have resumed train service in New Jersey, but officials say commuters could still experience significant delays Tuesday morning. Wilmington police kill armed man Wilmington police shot and killed an armed man Monday night. iPhone assembler Foxconn may invest $7B in US display plant TAIPEI, Taiwan (AP) — The Taiwanese company that assembles Apple's iPhones and other electronics is considering investing $7 billion in a U.S. factory to produce display panels that would create as many as 50,000 jobs. No punishment for Denver officers who shot, killed teenager DENVER (AP) — Two Denver officers involved in a fatal shooting that sparked angry protests and followed high-profile killings by police elsewhere in the country will not be disciplined, officials said Monday. Mexico leader lays out points for talks with Trump MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto said Monday his government is prepared to negotiate with U.S. President Donald Trump if Mexico's national sovereignty is respected. Samsung's earnings more than double on record chip profits SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Samsung Electronics said Tuesday that its fourth-quarter profit more than doubled over a year earlier thanks to record-high earnings from its brisk memory chip business and strong smartphone sales, despite costly Galaxy Note 7 recalls. New York City to unveil preliminary FY 2018 budget of $84.67 billion New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is preparing to unveil a preliminary $84.67 billion budget for fiscal 2018, approximately more than $1 billion over the current fiscal year, his office said late on Monday. De Blasio is scheduled to unveil the budget on Tuesday afternoon. New York's City Council will hold budget hearings over the coming months. Asian stock indexes mixed as Trump uncertainties mount Asian shares were mixed Tuesday as uncertainty mounted over U.S. President Donald Trump's trade and regulatory policies. KEEPING SCORE: Japan's benchmark Nikkei 225 slipped 0.2 percent to 18,845.89. Australia's ... 6abc School Closings and Delays See the latest school closings, delays and early dismissals sent to Action News and The Latest: 2 Louisiana tornadoes confirmed, homes damaged ALBANY, Ga. (AP) — The Latest on severe weather in the South (all times local): Minnesota Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton collapses while delivering State of State speech ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton collapses while delivering State of State speech. Bereaved parents visit California creek where teen trapped FREMONT, Calif. (AP) — A distraught mother clutched her head, and family members wept as they stared into the surging waters where an 18-year-old woman's car is believed to be trapped with her still inside of it. Wisconsin sued as teens claim unlawful conditions in youth facilities The American Civil Liberties Union and Juvenile Law Center filed the lawsuit against Wisconsin Department of Corrections officials on behalf of four unnamed youths at the Lincoln Hills School for Boys and the Copper Lake School for Girls in Irma, Wisconsin. The civil rights class action lawsuit filed in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Wisconsin named two department of corrections officials as defendants, as well as the supervisor of the facilities and the security director. LIVE UPDATE @ 9: Nor'easter damage; Man killed by sign; AccuWeather Watch a Live Update from Action News and AccuWeather. Judge postpones sentencing of PG&E in case tied to blast SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A federal judge said Monday he is inclined to require Pacific Gas & Electric Co. to mention its convictions in ads and have employees do thousands of hours of community service as part of its sentence in a criminal case stemming from a deadly natural gas explosion in the San Francisco Bay Area. Idaho man charged with federal hate crime in fatal beating BOISE, Idaho (AP) — An Idaho man has been charged with a federal hate crime after prosecutors said he lured a gay man to a remote location and then beat him to death. Police shoot attacking suspect in Wilmington A man is in critical condition after a police-involved shooting in Wilmington, Delaware. Police: Man sought in city's 1st murder in almost 100 years MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) — A man has been shot dead outside an apartment complex in what police say is the first murder in the nation's smallest capital city in almost a century. UN: Boko Haram's toll includes 515,000 malnourished kids UNITED NATIONS (AP) — More than half a million children in the West African area wracked by Boko Haram extremists are so malnourished their lives could be in danger unless they get aid, a U.N. humanitarian official said Monday, describing a region where millions get by on one meal a day and some communities have lost all their toddlers. Grandson charged in fatal Southwest Philadelphia stabbing A man has been charged with murder in the stabbing death of his grandmother in Southwest Philadelphia over the weekend. 7 people buried in the wrong graves at veterans' cemetery WARWICK, R.I. (AP) — Seven people were buried in the wrong graves at a veterans' cemetery because grave markers in one row were off by a burial plot. The Latest: Judge postpones sentencing of utility in blast SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The Latest on a sentencing hearing for Pacific Gas & Electric Co. in a criminal case tied to a deadly blast in the San Francisco Bay Area (all times local): Former investment fund analyst arrested after skipping trial NEW YORK (AP) — A former analyst for a private investment fund has been arrested after he failed to show up for his insider trading trial. At least 4 reported dead in California storms LOS ANGELES (AP) — Sunshine and rainbows alternated with thunderclaps, downpours, snow and hail on Monday as the last in a trio of storms broke up over California after flooding roads and homes and trapping people in swamped vehicles. WRHL 2017-01-24T03:57:46Z