The Amherst Democrat is on a trip paid for by the UN Association of Austria, the City of Graz, and the Senate Presidents’ Forum.
The American Red Cross is calling for thousands of volunteers while the state is sending four teams of responders to Florida.
Visitors to the mountain will not be able to drive to the summit, but can still hike their way up there.
The effort to restore power to the more than 4 million people without electricity could take weeks.
Steve’s daughters say they want him to back off and stop what they call his controlling behavior.
It seems the atmospheric pressure from Hurricane Irma created some circumstances that are impossible to stop.
West Springfield police say that the incident is believed to have been a drug deal gone bad.
China is joining France and Britain in announcing plans to end sales of gasoline and diesel cars.
To improve care, the senator says that they are working to streamline the way the VA gets patient information from private providers.
An officer holds his daughter’s cheeks and kisses her as it pours on them both, saying goodbye before going on duty during Hurricane Irma.
American Red Cross Shelter at Jorge Mas Canosa Middle School in Miami Dade.
Police in Florida have arrested several people who were caught looting sneakers and other goods from a sporting goods store and a pawn shop.
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The New England Patriots are replacing their artificial turf field after just one regular-season game.
An encounter that could’ve turned deadly for a Missouri police officer was caught on police dash cam video.
Cameras roll as large truck speeds between groups of protesters and counter-protesters during a Patriots Prayer rally in Vancouver.