• East Palestine fire chief: ‘Going to be better than it ever was’

    East Palestine Fire Chief Keith Drabick sat down with First News Weekend Anchor Megan Lee to talk about the recovery and the future of East Palestine after the Feb. 3 train derailment.

  • Case dismissed against East Palestine charity once called ‘phony’

    Ohio Attorney General David Yost has filed paperwork in Columbiana Common Pleas Court to dismiss a civil case against the Ohio Clean Water Fund and Michael Peppel.

  • Norfolk Southern Files Motion to Dismiss Lawsuit Over Ohio Train Derailment

    Five months after the disastrous Norfolk Southern train derailment in East Palestine, Ohio, the rail giant is looking to dismiss a mass class action lawsuit it faces.Norfolk Southern is seeking to shut down the case, which is in fact a consolidation of over 30 separate lawsuits filed against the railroad company.“The first car to derail did not belong to Norfolk Southern,” the company’s legal team claimed in its motion to dismiss the slate of lawsuits, filed Friday evening. “Nor did Norfolk...

  • Danni Wyatt leads Southern Vipers charge over South East Stars

    Bryony Smith, Sophia Dunkley fifties can't halt defending champs as England Women's coach Jon Lewis looks on

  • Inside the first responder hazmat training being embraced after East Palestine derailment

    TRANCAER (EAST PALESTINE, Ohio) — The derailment of a Norfolk Southern freight train earlier this year in East Palestine, Ohio, sent toxic chemicals into the surrounding community and brought national attention to the potential risks of transporting

  • East African leaders extend troop mandate in east DR Congo

    NAIROBI: East Africa’s leaders have agreed to extend until September the mandate of a regional military force deployed to quell violence in the strife-torn east of the Democratic Republic of Congo. The seven-nation East African Community (EAC) began the deployment last November with Kenyan soldiers arriving in the volatile region, followed this year by Burundian, […]

  • Why are homeowners moving to Sacramento?

    The capital city region showcases a thriving arts and culture scene, great dining, hiking, biking, skiing and water sports, employment opportunities, and good schools.

  • Is the Middle East on the threshold of restructuring?

    The political order that prevailed in the Middle East for centuries came to an end after the First World War. The victors of the war designed the region according to their own priorities. Two British authors, David Fromkin and James Barr, have published two different books that provide details on how the Middle East was shaped after the First World War. The title of David Fromkin’s book is “A Peace to End All Peace,” and argues that the Versailles peace treaty put an end to peace in the Middle...

  • FerryHawks cool off in Southern Maryland

    Team returns home Tuesday for three games vs. Long Island Ducks.

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    AP Month in Pictures: Middle East

    MAY 2023 This photo gallery highlights some of the most compelling images by Associated Press photographers in the Middle East, Afghanistan and Pakistan in May 2023. This selection shows scenes from

  • Top 10 chippies in the North East

    People across the country will be marking National Fish and Chip Day, getting their favourites from a chip butty to a succulent smokie

  • Yoon meets East Timor leader

    President Yoon Suk Yeol met with East Timor President Jose Ramos-Horta on Friday and agreed to upgrade the bilateral ties between the two nations in the fields of development, labor, education and forestry. Yoon was quoted by his office as saying that he had explained the Korea International Cooperation Agency’s projects in the health, medical and educational field and environmental projects in East Timor. The presidential office added that Yoon has also sought aid and support from the Eas