"It just was the most insane thing you've ever seen in your life," said Bethany Jones, just one of several home owners to escape devastating flash floods and mudslides June 17. Jones and her family were in their home on East Second Street in Ripley when the storm hit. Soon after, they were surrounded by raging currents more than 100 feet wide and up to 20 feet deep.
The money will be used to help make the campus a home for Bay athletics.
Thursday evening the city council voted to removed a ban on bikes on downtown sidewalks.
The Bergonzi String Quartet played Thursday evening at the Immaculate Conception Church.
Arnold is hunting for 'incriminating' tapes of Trump as part of a show for Vice.
A mother and son will be reunited in the Washington area before traveling to Texas, where they will live while their asylum claim is adjudicated.
A California judge said there was abundant evidence to try the couple on 49 of 50 counts, calling some of it "astounding."
"What they're doing right now is unconstitutional," Washington Solicitor General Noah Purcell said.
"I leave this life with no regrets," Krauthammer wrote recently in The Washington Post.