Preliminary autopsy results say ship captain Tony Lara on the Discovery Channel television program “Deadliest Catch” died of a heart attack.
Two repeatedly told undercover FBI agents they wanted to join the group fighting to create an Islamic state.
Prosecutors said Tuesday they have found what they believe could be parts of a Buk missile system where MH17 was brought down.
Derby police are responding to a shooting. It happened at 630 North Rock Road at the AT&T store.
A Republican state senator from Madison County, Alabama, has his own idea on how to make up for a huge budget shortfall.
Country star Luke Bryan used a music-making app to sing a duet with pop star Jason Derulo.
Planned Parenthood has denied making any profit and said it charges fees solely to cover its costs.
A Florida Keys man pleaded not guilty Tuesday to federal charges of plotting to set off a backpack bomb on a beach.
Camera rolls as railroad trestle set ablaze by brush fire collapses in Sherwood, Oregon.
The National Agricultural Statistics Service reported Monday that 59 percent of the state’s corn is in good to excellent condition.
Authorities in Colorado are investigating why a 40-year-old Virginia man died three days after competing in an Ironman triathlon.
Some children’s hospitals are trying a futuristic approach: removing and freezing immature ovary and testes tissue.
Authorities say an Arizona Department of Corrections bus carrying about 50 inmates has hit a semi-truck that had rolled.
Friends, family and teammates crowded the Seward County Community College gymnasium to remember Kaiser Carlile.
Don Wistuba says he can’t compete with the free food lobbyists provide for lawmakers during the sessions.