LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Embattled Kentucky clerk Kim Davis "has not demonstrated a substantial likelihood of success" in her legal bid to exempt her office from licensing same-sex marriages, a federal appeals court reiterated Tuesday.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Heavy rain sent flash floods coursing through a narrow slot canyon in southern Utah's Zion National Park, killing four people and leaving three others missing, officials said Tuesday night.
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — A cable television network suspended a hunting show after the program's host and nine others involved in the production were charged in a federal poaching investigation at a national preserve in remote northwest Alaska.
The Valley Fire has destroyed hundreds of homes and continues to threaten thousands more. But from the ashes of this devastating fire come stories of hope that may inspire others during this terrible time.
SEATTLE (AP) — School will resume Thursday for Seattle's 53,000 students after teachers who have been on strike for a week reached a tentative agreement with Washington state's largest school district.
It's still too dangerous for many people to return home after the Valley Fire. And it's not just the flames or the smoke. The fast-moving fire destroyed infrastructure and left a tangled mess of power lines amid a sea of fallen trees.
GAUTIER, Miss. (AP) — In a 911 call, his voice only slightly shaky, college professor Shannon Lamb told police he had shot his girlfriend and officers needed to get over to their house. Lamb made a point to say his "sweet dog" was there alive and probably upset, and said the dead woman's family contacts could be found on her phone.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Five air traffic controllers have exposed a problem that is putting planes at risk of colliding or accidents due to wake turbulence, a federal whistleblower protection office said Tuesday.