Changes in the Church: How local Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints are reacting
Some members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints used to joke that LDS actually stood for long day Sunday. But, no more. More changes were announced by the faith's leadership over the weekend. "The most glaring omission is the absence of the savior's name,” said the churches Prophet, Russell Nelson. Nelson has officially ousted the names “Mormon” or “LDS” referring the church.
5 Year Old Kennewick Girl Dies From Accidental Drowning
Tragic news for a Tri-Cities family 5 year old Adalynn Gaddis was found at the bottom of a Finley pool on Sunday the young gir
Attack on Los Feliz Laundromat Owner Caught on Camera
The owner of a Los Feliz laundromat says he was was beaten during an attack at his business last Sunday. Carl Swanson told KTLA a nearby bar has long been a source of problems in the neighborhood, and he has had enough. Mary Beth McDade reports for the KTLA 5 News on May 17, 2019.
28-year-old man suffers stroke after popping neck
(CNN) — Josh Hader had a sore neck so he tried to stretch it out, accidentally popping it. Next thing he knew, the left side...
Day Care Owner Sentenced to 10 Years Probation in Case Where Child Found Hanging
The judge cited Nataliia Karia's mental health as the reason she should not serve prison time, according to a KSTP crew at the sentencing ...
Do you live near a meth lab? This interactive map will show you
As the opioid crisis continues across the country, law enforcement is also confronting the surge of small-scale manufacturers "cooking" drugs like methamphetamine in makeshift labs.
A retired coal miner shares his story and hopes for the future
Throughout the course of the 2016 election, now-President Donald Trump made several promises to coal miners to revive the once booming industry.Over 70 coal mining towns are now abandoned, but still standing as a stark reminder of what the decline of the i
Chuck E. Cheese denies ‘conspiracy theory’ that it serves customers recycled pizza
Chuck E. Cheese is denying a conspiracy theory that it recycles its pizza to customers. A viral video posted Monday claims the restaurant collects uneaten slices and puts them together as a new pizza. The video was posted by Shane Dawson, who has over 20 million YouTube subscribers. The video shows photos of pizzas with different sized slices. It has more than 17 million views so far.
MnDOT: I-35, I-90 likely to remain closed until Monday morning
MnDOT said it could take a couple of days to get everything back to normal.
Structure fire in Gorham brings several fire departments to scene
A structure fire in Gorham, Ontario County has brought assets from several fire departments to County Road 18...