As luck would have it...
used to say that something happened by chance; can refer to either good luck or bad luck
used to introduce a fortunate event that favors the person being spoken to
Today is your lucky day!
a particular day or moment where someone experiences good luck or fortune; can also be used to introduce good news that benefits the person being spoken to
Fortunately, no one was hurt. / Thankfully, no one was hurt.
good news that means everyone who was in a dangerous situation, such as a fire, robbery, etc., is safe and without injury
That's good to hear.
used to express relief or delight upon hearing good news
said upon hearing favorable news, especially after feeling anxiety or distress
used to express relief
You had me worried...
a way of telling someone that something they did worried you, but now you feel fine
I have something to tell you. / I have something to say.
said before discussing an important or urgent topic to set up a serious mood
I have good news and bad news.
used to make an announcement of both positive and negative circumstances
I hate to break it to you, but…
used idiomatically to tell someone bad news
I hate to be the one to tell you this, but...
used to tell someone bad news
I take no pleasure in saying this. / It gives me no pleasure to tell you this.
a formal way of announcing bad news
It appears that… / It seems that…
used to cautiously or politely suggest that something is true
I regret to inform you that...
a polite way of saying that one is sorry about the unfortunate event that is being discussed
a response to something dreadful or unfortunate
Can we change the subject?
said when a topic is making you so uncomfortable, you would rather discuss something else
Spare me the details.
said when you don't want to hear unpleasant or uninteresting information about something