A baby has been born at the World Trade Center's transportation hub in Lower Manhattan. Port Authority spokesman Steve Coleman says the girl is the first baby born at the transportation center's new grand hall, called the Oculus (AH'-kyoo-luhs). She was delivered late Wednesday by Port Authority Police Officer Brian McGraw, who's a trained emergency medical technician. In August 2015, McGraw delivered another baby girl at the World Trade Center PATH station. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
OSAKA – A Kuroshio limited express train led by a car with a panda face debuted Saturday in Osaka to lure tourists to Adventure World, the giant wildlife theme park in Wakayama Prefecture where the popular animals are on show. "I'm about to board the train and I'm excited," said Wakayama Gov. Yoshinobu Nisaka, who attended the celebration ceremony at JR Tennoji Station in the city of Osaka. The train's interior is decked out in a panda theme that's visible on its seats, doors and other areas, while the exteriors of some of the cars are covered with big images of the crowd-pleasing animals. The special train, which will officially enter service on Sunday, is scheduled to run until around November 2019. Adventure World is in the town of Shirahama and has five giant pandas in its animal collection, which includes sea life as well.