No other vehicles were involved in the collision, which was caused because the driver fell asleep at the wheel, according to Trooper Rick Johnson, the Washington State Patrol Information Officer.
The accused is a fourth grade teacher at Woodland Elementary School in Bellingham. He had been employed by the school district for 11 years and currently teaches a class of approximately 20 students.
MS-13, or the Mara Salvatrucha gang, was founded in Los Angeles in the 1980s in part to protect immigrants from El Salvador and has since grown into a sprawling cross-border criminal organization.
The hunting season for grizzly bears in the Yellowstone area will begin Sept. 1, overturning a ban that was in place since 1975.
De Niro said he would "never let Trump into any of the Nobu restaurants,” in an interview, which is a tall order, considering the restaurant chain has 30 outlets across the globe.
The student reportedly told a state trooper that the suspect performed a sex act on him at her home.
A federal judge ruled that President Donald Trump can no longer block critics on Twitter, as his tweets are a matter of public interest.
The Pennsylvania teen was accused of causing a blaze that damaged a duplex.
A couple in New York filed a lawsuit hoping to get their adult son out of their house.
A Wisconsin man was accused of stabbing a 7-year-old child in the foot with scissors after the boy was suspended from school.
"When I ran for office, I pledged to stand for life, and as president, that's exactly what I have done and I have kept my promise and I think everybody here understands that totally,” Trump said.
White House chief of staff John Kelly has signed a plan which might see the removal of some junior and midlevel employees.
Stacey Abrams won the Democratic primary for governor in Georgia on Tuesday, thus becoming the first black female nominee for the post in the United States.
She claimed her divorce with Philip Roth in 1995 after being married for 5 years was bitter and that he flooded her with faxes demanding the return of every penny he had spent on her.
Philip Roth wrote “The Plot Against America” in 2004, which followed a fictional scenario where Charles Lindbergh, a Nazi sympathizer, won the 1940 presidential election instead of the then POTUS Franklin Roosevelt.
Around 4:30 p.m. local time (7:30 p.m. EDT), the unidentified man was “hiking with another person during thunder storm activity” when he lost his balance and fell to his death.
The Massachusetts man was arrested on animal cruelty charges.
The man allegedly perched himself on top of playground equipment and screamed at a group of toddlers.
The waitress said she was shocked when she picked up the bill.
Adam Purinton, a navy veteran, shot dead Srinivas Kuchibhotla after calling the Indian techie and his friend "terrorists."