A wildlife conservatory in North Carolina says a worker has been killed by a lion that got loose from a locked space.
Officials say six people have been injured after a “partial equipment failure” involving a jet bridge at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport.
It’s an Auld Lang Syne of the times: For the first time, a police drone will be keeping watch over the New Year’s Eve celebration in New York’s Times Square.
It’s been a mixed year for Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Delays and confusion were reported across Congo on Sunday, marring the presidential election the country hoped would be its first peaceful, democratic transfer of power since independence in 1960.
More than a dozen people reportedly died in election-related violence in Bangladesh on Sunday, as voters went to the polls to decide whether to give Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina a third consecutive term amid critics’ claims that her leadership has become increasingly authoritarian.
Voters in Bangladesh went to the polls Sunday in the densely populated South Asian nation’s 11th general election to determine whether to give Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s Awami League party a third consecutive term or hand the reins to a loose coalition of opposition parties in the hopes of change.
Maui police officers were justified in the deadly shooting of a man who was wanted on an attempted murder warrant, an official said.
An Oregon hotel said it fired two of its employees for mistreatment of a black guest who was talking on his phone in the lobby when he was asked to leave a week ago.
We may remember 2018 as the year when technology’s dystopian potential became clear, from Facebook’s role enabling the harvesting of our personal data for election interference to a seemingly unending series of revelations about the dark side of Silicon Valley’s connect-everything ethos.
President Donald Trump was firing Twitter barbs at Democrats this weekend as talks to end a weeklong partial government shutdown remained at a stalemate.
In his first public statements on the deaths of two Guatemalan children in U.S. custody, President Donald Trump claimed they were “very sick” before they reached the border and foisted responsibility for their deaths on Democrats, yet both young migrants passed initial health screenings by Border Patrol.
It would be naive to think that this one wasn’t personal. Players and coaches may have said the right things (while a few still hinted at the additional motivation), claiming it wasn’t Tua vs. Kyler and instead just another step on the championship road. Yet the tenor in the building, on the field and on the sidelines from the very first snap seemed to indicate otherwise.
LIHUE — Local fight fans had the chance to meet one of UFC’s rising fighters. Rachael Ostovich talked story with patrons in a packed Kalapaki Joe’s in Lihue during a viewing party Saturday as the local sports bar showed the broadcast of “UFC 232: Jones vs. Gustafsson 2.”
WAIMEA — As one door closes, another opens — Chad Delanoza is about to take on a new endeavor. After serving the last 14 years as the varsity girls volleyball head coach for Waimea High School, Delanoza is now the school’s new varsity baseball head coach.
The Kauai Police Department’s top brass dismissed the findings of two separate internal investigations asserting that Officer Irvin Magayanes acted negligently and violated police protocol when he hit and killed an injured pedestrian several years ago, according to court documents and police records recently obtained by The Garden Island.