Auto journalist, 44, missing since Calif. test drive
A well-known U.S. automobile journalist has not been seen for almost a week since taking a motorcycle for a test-drive in mountainous northern California, police and industry media said. Davey Johnson, 44, from Sacramento, was testing a Honda CB1000R in the rugged and cold terrain for an article in Motorcyclist magazine.
New York Marathon expands ‘virtual race’
Jogging solo in Florida in near 80 degree Fahrenheit heat, Theresa Winterhalter’s New York City Marathon experience last November looked much different to what you would expect from the world’s biggest marathon. The 54-year-old was one of 424 people to finish the iconic race’s first “virtual marathon,” an event that race organizers are now expanding.
Measles outbreak spreads to Idaho and Virginia
The United States’ worst measles outbreak in a quarter-century spread to Idaho and Virginia last week as public health authorities on Monday reported 41 new cases of the highly contagious and sometimes deadly disease. The U.S. has recorded 1,022 cases of the diseases this year as of June 6, in an outbreak blamed on misinformation about vaccines, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said.
Missouri’s only abortion clinic to stay open
The only abortion clinic in Missouri can stay open after a St. Louis judge issued a preliminary injunction on Monday saying the state must make an “official” decision on the facility’s license before it can be reviewed, a court document showed.
— From wire reports