New estimates have been released on the number of people missing or unaccounted for in the one-square-mile mudslide that crashed through a Snohomish County neighborhood on Saturday. That number now stands at 108.
The Alaska Department of Public Safety has released additional information in the shooting of the suspected DUI driver on the Seward Meridian Highway that occurred on Sunday night.
It was announced at a news conference held in Israel that the Israeli military had seized a ship in the Red Sea on Wednesday that was carrying scores of advanced rockets going to the Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip from Iran.
A Mississippi man, 87-year-old Walter "Snowball" Williams, was declared deceased on Wednesday night after his hospice nurse as well as a family member reported him dead. The coroner and a Holmes County funeral home was called and responded to the scene to retrieve his remains at 9 pm. But, his death was short-lived.
The EPA announced on Friday that they are initiating "a process under the Clean Water Act" to identify options available to them to protect the Bristol Bay salmon industry from "potential destructive impacts of the proposed Pebble mine." They state that "during this process, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers cannot approve a permit for […]
Tensions are rising between Russia and the west as armed gunmen take control of two airports in the Crimea region of the Ukraine on Friday. Russia is denying that any of their forces were involved in the seizures.
At approximately 9:58 pm on Thursday night, the driver of a 1999 Suburu Legacy lost control of the vehicle and rolled near milepost 100 of the Parks Highway, trapping the occupants in the vehicle.
The Sitka man who placed poison bait out while employed as a groundskeeper at the Sea Mountain Golf Course last year, 31-year-old Kevin Taranoff, was sentenced in court for using unlawful methods and means to take game on Monday
The Lebanese militant group Hezbollah, who blames Israel for an airstrike on Monday on its positions near the Syrian border, said it will retaliate against the "blatant" attack.