NEW YORK - From Malta to Minneapolis, here's a look at some destinations around the world that will be making news in 2018. They include designated culture capitals, places hosting sporting events and even a couple of cities San Antonio, Texas, and New Orleans celebrating their 300th birthdays.



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ABC: WATCH: Steam pipe explosion snarls traffic in NYC

ABC: WATCH: 2 children apparently bitten by sharks off New York coast

ABC: Death row inmate hopes DNA testing on key piece of evidence will save his life

USA Today: FDA to crackdown on non-dairy products labeled as 'milk'

USA Today: Parents allegedly put crying 4-month-old in ‘time out’ that killed him

USA Today: Paralyzed grizzly euthanized after 20-foot fall in Glacier National Park

USA Today: Here's a chance to renew your wedding vows at Graceland's new chapel

USA Today: FBI Director Wray says Putin's offer of joint probe on Russian meddling 'not high on our list'

USA Today: Court orders that measure to split California into three states be blocked from ballot

USA Today: Who is the South Dakota man linked to alleged Russian agent Maria Butina?

USA Today: Today in History for July 19th

USA Today: Wray: Russia Trying to Sow Discord in US

USA Today: Man dies of bacterial infection after eating tainted oyster at Florida restaurant

USA Today: Michelle Obama teams up with Tom Hanks, Lin-Manuel Miranda for voter registration drive

USA Today: Raw: Anti-Trump Demonstration in Times Square

USA Today: 22 soldiers injured in California military base tent collapse

USA Today: AP Top Stories July 19 A

USA Today: AP Top Stories July 19 A

USA Today: Billy Joel plays 100th show at MSG

USA Today: Boseman joins sporting giants at ESPYs

USA Today: Wildfires burning in Oregon, California

USA Today: Prosecutors say Maria Butina suspected as Russian spy

USA Today: Suspected Russian agent remains in custody