The dinosaurs are definitively back on top after “Jurassic World” had a Tyrannosaurus rex-sized opening.
A bridge has been closed for a second straight night because of swarms of mayflies so thick they caused accidents.
A Detroit woman who was drunk when she killed a friend with a slow cooker has been sentenced.
The National Weather Service says 3 to 6 inches of rain fell in the area between late Sunday and early Monday.
The announcement that Rachel Dolezal was stepping down was posted Monday on the civil rights group’s Facebook page.
It was a surprise that took months of planning, but U.S. Army Pfc. Eddie Bustin pulled it off.
Officials say the state math and reading tests this year went off with relatively few hitches.
Frantic 911 calls released Monday morning provided gory details about two separate shark attacks that occurred Sunday.
Two young people vacationing in North Carolina were swimming in waist-deep water when they lost limbs in shark attacks.
Newton city staff responded to emergency calls throughout the night as heavy rains caused flooding in the area.
Police Lt. John Taylor, who is overseeing the shelter, says he wants a new director hired.
The Golden State Warriors are a win away from ending one long championship drought.
Rescue workers in the Georgian capital were still searching Monday for more than 20 people.
A Colorado court Monday ruled that a medical marijuana patient who was fired after failing a drug test cannot get his job back.
Target will sell its pharmacy and clinic businesses to the drugstore chain CVS Health for about $1.9 billion.