Temple Fire and Rescue conducted some special training Thursday.
In preparations for the looming Interstate 35 expansion project, the department felt Thursday was a good day to have crews train in confined spaces.
The Obama administration asserts America is "not alone" in planning its proposed Syria strikes, though ally countries have yet to formally join the call for limited military action now advanced by the White House.
Whether other countries will part
In a shift from his Holocaust-denying predecessor, new Iranian President Hassan Rouhani on Wednesday wished "all Jews" a "blessed Rosh Hashanah" on his English-language Twitter account.
As the sun is about to set here in #Tehran I wish all Jews, e
Chobani, the maker of a popular brand of Greek yogurt, announced that the company is removing some of its yogurt from store shelves in response to customer complaints about swollen or bloated packages.
The New Berlin, New York-based company releas
The high-profile case of a girl adopted by a South Carolina couple is moving toward another legal showdown after Oklahoma's governor ordered the extradition of the girl's biological Native American father, who is accused of custodial interference.
Even a king can get them.
Researchers working with the remains of King Richard III said on Wednesday that he was infected with roundworms in his intestines.
They know because they found multiple roundworm eggs in soil samples from around his pe