Golf legend Tiger Woods' lengthy emergency surgery following his one-vehicle rollover crash required the insertion of a rod, screws and pins t…
Tiger Woods was travelling at a "greater speed than normal" before his car crash, the Los Angeles County Sheriff has confirmed.
A driver was taken to a Chicago hospital after a rollover crash on Monday night, police said.
Federal aviation regulators are ordering United Airlines to step up inspections of all Boeing 777s equipped with the type of engine that suffered a catastrophic failure over Denver on Saturday.
Debris from a plane fell in Colorado in an emergency landing, with one very large piece that appears to be part of the engine narrowly missing a home.
The semi, which was full of bricks, crashed near the 26-mile marker for the southbound exit to Ind. 49, Indiana State Police said.
The driver of a vehicle involved was declared dead at the scene.
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — Winter storms that dumped additional snow and ice on the Deep South plunged more than 300,000 homes and businesses into …
Lake County is demanding more than $30,000 from the Wisconsin transportation company it claims is responsible for the escape of an alleged murderer from a vehicle in the drive-thru of Gary McDonald's.
Dombey Road is fully closed south of U.S. 20 and U.S. 20 has partial lane closures, with full closures possible as additional emergency responders arrive on scene, police said.
Forecasters warned against non-essential travel Tuesday, as lake effect snow, a highly unpredictable variant, could possibly worsen already-treacherous conditions.
NEW DELHI (AP) — An overcrowded bus drove off a bridge and into a canal in central India on Tuesday, killing at least 40 people, an official said.
In less than a year, Oklahoma first lady Sarah Stitt has crashed two state vehicles. The state paid to have the vehicles repaired.
The National Weather Service warned against travel from early Monday into Tuesday as winter weather threatened Northwest Indiana and Chicago's south suburbs.
A train derailment early Saturday shook residents awake as more than a dozen Union Pacific cargo cars went off the tracks in McLean County, near Illinois State University.
The man, a 48-year-old of Maryland, died of a gunshot wound to the arm, officials said.
Police said Leo Rigdon appeared intoxicated and police found an empty beer can in the car that Rigdon described as his "road beer."
The van was left running at a convenience store. Investigators obtained images of the suspects from the store's surveillance cameras.
A man, who was driving with two teenager passengers in the vehicle, lost control and veered to the right, hitting a pole supporting an overhead sign, police said. The vehicle came to rest atop the right concrete median barrier.
A bus carrying three students sideswiped another vehicle in the Porter Cove subdivision, police said.
Illinois State Police responded to Interstate 94 at the Steel Bridge after a shooting and subsequent crash about 10:17 a.m. Wednesday, an official said.
When authorities asked the man why he fled, he said he did not have a license, according to the police report.
Investigators believe the vehicle, a white Jeep Grand Cherokee, was involved in shootings in Chicago's south suburbs after it was stolen out of the city Feb. 3, an official said.