The bomber flew low over South Korea on Sunday, a clear show of force from the United States as a Cold War-style standoff deepened between that country and North Korea.
A tricky fix is in the works to plug a massive gas leak from an underground storage well that has sickened residents of a Los Angeles neighborhood for 11 weeks.
The car hit the utility pole and wires caught on fire, prompting officers to close about a mile-long section of Lake Avenue for less than two hours.
Legislators face a debate over a push to extend LGBT civil rights protections.
The prize was already the world’s largest before lottery officials increased it Monday and the jackpot could grow even more before Wednesday’s drawing if ticket sales remain intense.
The problem was fixed around 10:30 p.m.
Someone walking a trail near Archbold-Wilson Park spotted clothes near a pond Saturday afternoon.
Deputies responded to a crash and found a man standing next to a burning truck, claiming he was not the driver.
The Indiana Department of Transportation expect low temperatures to cause freezing rain and high winds that might blow snow.
Tonya Couch and her son Ethan Couch were arrested in Mexico last month after he missed a meeting with his probation officer.
In Silicon Valley, top administration officials held a closed-door meeting with Apple CEO Tim Cook and senior executives from Google, Facebook, Yahoo and other tech firms.
Unions fear the potential loss of tens of millions of dollars in fees could reduce their power to bargain for higher wages and benefits for teachers, firefighters, sanitation workers and other government employees.
About 1.4 million households that got financial help for health insurance under President Barack Obama’s law failed to properly account for it on their tax returns last year, putting their subsidies at risk if they want to keep coverage.
The communications provided the link that led to terrorism-related charges against the men this week.
His removal came after an investigation on two players’ transfers showed “improper behavior as an athletic coach.”
The man was the chief financial officer at the credit union. He admitted to stealing the large sum over 12 years.
According to information filed with the court, the incident happened at a female acquaintance’s apartment who called 911 to report she had an unwanted guest.
Other charges against the men stem from a 2015 robbery.
A witness told NewsChannel 15 he saw an FWPD officer fire two shots at a suspect who wasn’t listening to orders to drop his weapon.
Multiple law enforcement agencies responded to a home where a man making threats refused to come outside.