It is not sexy, but very important as we move into rainy season in the Northwest. Many in our area live in unincorporated areas and have septic systems. To avoid an expensive and smelly situation and help preserve the safety of our fisheries and... Read More.
(TETON COUNTY, Wyo.) -- A body "consistent with the description of" Gabby Petito, the 22-year-old woman who went missing while on a cross-country road trip with her boyfriend, was discovered in the Bridger-Teton National Forest in Wyoming. The FBI Denver, the National Park Service and... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- On one small, white rectangle is the name of a 29-year-old engineer, on another the name of a World War II veteran, and on a third, that of a 15-year-old -- just three of more than 600,000 flags on the National Mall... Read More.
(BOSTON) -- As school districts across the U.S. are facing bus driver shortages, one state is tapping the National Guard to help. Starting Tuesday, Sept. 14, nearly 100 members of the Massachusetts National Guard will begin training sessions to serve as school bus drivers and... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- When Lt. Nathan Brashear saw the call for National Guard service members to help as hospitals were reaching a crisis point during Kentucky's delta surge, he didn't hesitate to volunteer. For about two weeks, Brashear, a member of the Kentucky Army National... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Gas prices across the country could see a temporary spike in the aftermath of Ida, which made landfall in Louisiana as a Category 4 hurricane on Sunday and forced the temporary closure of pipeline routes and energy industry infrastructure in the... Read More.
(SALEM, Ore.) -- Hundreds of National Guard members are on the ground in Oregon to help with a COVID-19 surge that's overwhelming hospitals across the state. Oregon has 1,000 COVID-19 patients in hospitals, according to state data, the highest ever in the pandemic. Gov. Kate... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Bees -- whether wild or managed --are integral to the production of the world's food supply. But as populations continue their steep decline, the crops that rely on pollination could become more scarce and even cease to exist in the future,... Read More.
(KABUL, Afghanistan) -- Chaos has enveloped Kabul after Afghanistan's government's collapsed and the Taliban seized control, all but ending America's 20-year campaign as it began: under Taliban rule. As the crisis intensifies, images from Kabul Thursday show Taliban fighters forcefully patrolling streets where Afghan men... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) — The Senate swiftly passed the $2.1B emergency security supplemental bill Thursday with a rare unanimous vote in the Senate and only 11 House members voting against it. The bill now heads to the president for his signature. The move staves off critical funding cuts... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) —The Senate swiftly passed the $2.1B emergency security supplemental bill Thursday in a rare unanimous vote. The bill now heads to the House for expected passage this week. Then it heads to the president for his signature. The move staves off critical funding cuts that... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) — A tri-partisan group of senators on Tuesday introduced legislation designed to claw back national security powers, delineated in the Constitution, from the executive branch that the Senate trio says have been flowing away from Congress after decades of inaction by lawmakers. “The founders... Read More.