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An avalanche that was intentionally triggered by the Ski Patrol brought down more snow than expected and wiped out a chairlift at the Crystal Mountain resort at Mount Rainier.
Visitors can have a hard time getting to Mobile's waterfront, and Mayor Sandy Stimpson says the city needs to make improvements.
Would Parmesan by any other name be as tasty atop your pasta? A ripening trade battle might put that to the test.
The head of the state's gambling commission suggested on Tuesday that lawmakers hold off on key decisions about Internet gambling until after the panel completes the process of awarding casino licenses in Massachusetts.
Environmentalists and mountain bikers have reached agreement on a proposal for protecting the Boulder-White Clouds as a national monument.
"Mural," the brilliant Jackson Pollock painting that took 20th century American art in a new direction, has re-emerged from seclusion with a stunning face-lift that's given it a brighter look and an even more towering presence than it had before.
Crystal Mountain Ski Resort says an avalanche triggered by a ski patrol explosive has damaged part of a chairlift. No one was hurt.
With St. Patrick's Day less than a week away, the mayor of Belfast, Northern Ireland will be joining local officials for the dedication of the clock welcoming visitors to the Irish American Heritage Museum in downtown Albany.
There's a lot sand along Myrtle Beach but, as yet, no permanent sand volleyball courts. But local leaders are hoping to change that.