An Algerian military transport plane with 78 people on board crashes in the mountainous north-east of the country, with one survivor found.
By Katharine Houreld ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - A Pakistani judge re-examining allegations of a mass "honor killing" on Tuesday ordered the case reopened, a lawyer involved in the case said. The allegations shocked Pakistan - even though honor killings occur daily across the country - and the Supreme Court ordered an investigation. On Tuesday, Mohamed Irshad, a judge at a local court which is looking into the case again, said those women must appear in court on February 26 or else the victims' bodies should be presented, according to lawyer Mazhar Akram Awan from the National Commission on the Status of Women.
Two weeks ago they were caught off guard, stuck for half a day or more on ice-covered highways littered with abandoned cars and tractor-trailers. They vowed to never let it happen again.
Here's the postgame press conference with Stanford Hall of Fame coach Tara VanDerveer, All-American senior F Chiney Ogwumike and junior F Mikaela Ruef after losing to Washington, 87-82, on Sunday. Rated the third-best team in the nation at the time, the loss is the Cardinal's first against a Pac-12
Storm All-Star Lauren Jackson underwent successful knee and Achilles surgery late Monday in Melbourne. The injuries were discovered while playing in China and she's expected to need a four-month recovery in order to extend her career until she's 40. But that means she'll likely miss a second WNBA se
Toby Keith's American Ride Tour presented by Ford F-Series w/Trace Adkins and James Otto -- White River Amphitheatre July 24, 2010
Rockstar Energy Drink UPROAR Festival with Disturbed, Avenged Sevenfold, Stone Sour, Halestorm, and more -- White River Amphitheatre September 25, 2010
99.9 KISW PAIN IN THE GRASS -- White River Amphitheatre August 28, 2010
EAST WENATCHEE -; Douglas County PUD will ask commissioners to raise power and fiber-optics rates by 6 percent next year and another 6 percent in 2011, the utility announced Tuesday.
EAST WENATCHEE — East Wenatchee will get $25,000 in state funds to enhance a culvert at Canyon A and Eastmont Avenue to help prevent damage from future floods.
EAST WENATCHEE — A suspect caught inside a vehicle late Wednesday night locked himself inside and drove off when the owner discovered him in her garage, East Wenatchee Police said.
WATERVILLE — The Waterville Community Fund Advisory Committee is seeking applications for community betterment grants.
EAST WENATCHEE — Gary Rounds, 54, of Wenatchee, was in serious condition at Harborview Medical Center this morning with head injuries after he collided with another cyclist on the Apple Capital Recreation Loop Trail.
QUINCY — Quincy police are investigating the death of a 13-month-old Quincy boy who died Tuesday at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle.
GEORGE — A Quincy woman died after her vehicle was hit by a truck on Highway 283 Wednesday afternoon, according to the Washington State Patrol.
WENATCHEE — Law enforcement officers from Chelan County and Wenatchee surrounded a house just off Squilchuck Road for more than two hours Wednesday afternoon before convincing a man inside the home to surrender.
WENATCHEE — A Wenatchee Valley College professor says college administrators conspired with union leaders to take away his faculty chairmanship because of his outspoken opposition to a proposed union contract.
EAST WENATCHEE — Douglas County PUD will ask commissioners to raise power and fiber-optics rates by 6 percent next year and another 6 percent in 2011.