While we can't solve the staffing problem overnight, there are steps we can take — as community leaders, voters, and taxpayers — to improve this situation.
Chinese-made modules in various devices could be quietly gathering data for their creators in Beijing, and lawmakers want the FCC to act.
Every one of us at the scene carries the tragic horror with us.
Budweiser was raising money for families of military veterans, but people online mocked it after the Bud Light controversy.
Members of the Cleveland Jewish community are mourning lives lost in a plane crash that occurred Thursday in stormy weather.
The large chunk of ice broke free while a group of people were fishing Monday afternoon, according to authorities in Minnesota.
"I could probably kick the mesh chicken wire. But I also didn't want to get in trouble," said Michael Scalise. "This is one of my wife's favorite things."
The Florida governor appeared to take credit for a plan that, some believe, was paid for by the U.S. Federal Reserve.
A Florida man is accused of starting the blaze after a family fight.
The truckmaker is kicking off the next phase of its "Built to Serve" initiative with a Ram 1500 Firefighter Edition.
The EMS crew in rural Sackets Harbor, New York is comprised of volunteer members all under the age of 21.
"Reducing violent crime, public safety and safe streets are the number one priority of the residents of Memphis," said one Republican representative.
By March 1, a COVID vaccine will be required to work in health care, education or as a first responder in Poland, the country's Health Minister said Tuesday.
Prince William said he felt "the whole world was dying" as an air ambulance pilot, following a crash involving a child of a similar age to Prince George.
A trapped resident was saved when he jumped from his balcony into the arms of first responders.
Terry Majors was recently released from jail after serving time on felony drug charges for selling crack cocaine to an undercover cop.
Responders caught up to the boat before boarding and regaining control of the vessel, and were able to rescue the man who went overboard.
I happened to look up and I saw this 110 storey tornado coming at me; just curling itself towards me. I shouted "run, run, run!" Afterwards, we just saw dust. Everything was dust. I desperately looked for people everywhere, but there was nothing. We inhaled them. They were there, and then they were part of us.
The first head of the 9/11 Victims Compensation Fund talks about the challenges of putting a price on the lives lost that day and the lasting personal impact.
Only a fraction of the 500,000 people exposed to toxins at Ground Zero have gotten money from the federal fund that compensates victims, even as the death toll rises.
On Monday, the city health department released a public order that requires all city employees to receive their second vaccine dose by September 15 and provide proof of vaccination.
"Captain, the Champlain Towers, the building collapsed," a stunned officer says over his radio in body cam footage as he looks at the destruction around him.
"Our sole responsibility at this point is to bring closure," Miami-Dade Assistant Fire Chief Raide Jadallah said as relatives cried in the background.
The death toll climbed to 32 as first responders searched the condo's wreckage for a 13th day, hindered by wind and rain as Tropical Storm Elsa touched down.
"Providing [search and rescue teams] shelter is a small way to show our support," said Richard Fain, Royal Caribbean's chairman and CEO
Nate Carroll completed 4,000 push-ups per day on average to achieve his goal: "You have to really make it a priority."
Patrick Ryan, 37, told WKRN-TV he and Sarah Ebbert, his 29-year-old girlfriend, were out riding the UTV on Sunday when the front tire slid into a hole just a few feet from shore, and the vehicle flipped into the water.
The medical worker reportedly defended his actions, arguing that he was not infected. "I am just transporting the patient."
"People who are not eligible for vaccination will not be able to gain access to a vaccination clinic," the Rhode Island Department of Health said.