The bill, signed into law on Monday, came after reports surfaced of gruesome photos being shared of the helicopter crash site that killed Bryant and others.
Lexington's Main Street was busy this weekend with the sounds of protesters and rally-goers making their voices heard for causes that spanned the political spectrum.
EMTs are offering at-home coronavirus testing in at least four cities including New York City. The goal is to test people who might not seek it out on their own, and find people who need medical care.
Despite the health risks, Dan Flynn left California to New York with a national mortuary response team last month. His daughter tells him how he inspired her to go into medicine.
The EMT crew on the front lines of one of the hardest-hit New Jersey towns is all volunteer. They say calls are getting more intense and more people are dying.
Emergency service workers on the frontlines of the U.S. coronavirus outbreak are learning as they go how to keep their communities — and themselves — safe.
Researchers are trying to understand how exposure to trauma cases affects clinicians and how they can get the mental health care they may need. For now, there are more questions than answers.
Hospitals are preparing for how to handle mass shootings in case the next one is in their backyard. One difficult call is whether to lockdown the facility, which can have emotional consequences.
Some firefighters, EMTS and police officers say recent mass shootings have brought to the surface their own trauma, buried over years on the job. Many find it hard to open up and seek help.