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Truck driver missing for 2 days found on snowy road in California

A truck driver who was reported missing last week in Northern California was found alive two days later along a snowy road, according to officials.

California storeowner accused of inappropriate behavior attacks local media in front of business

A store owner in California who was already the focus of a sexual harassment investigation is now facing additional charges after getting into a physical altercation with members of the local media outside his business on Monday. 

Winter weather hits Seattle as Northwest storm brings ‘treacherous’ travel impacts, power outages

Thousands of residents across the Pacific Northwest were without power on Monday after a storm system brought heavy snow to the region, part of an active stretch of weather over the next couple of days.

‘Sneaker wave’ danger in Pacific Northwest highlighted in recent West Coast tragedies

The remote and rugged coastline of the Pacific Northwest has a hidden danger that may sweep you into the ocean.

Man survives weeks in remote Alaska wilderness after cabin burns down, writes ‘SOS’ in snow

A man in Alaska managed to survive more than three weeks in the wilderness after his remote cabin burned down until he was rescued last week by state troopers who spotted an “SOS” signal stamped in the snow. 

White Christmas in the forecast? Here’s what history and forecasters say are the chances

Meteorologists are eyeing historical trends and forecast models to answer what’s usually the big question during the holiday season: “Will we have a white Christmas?”

Oregon mom accused of luring boy, 14, through Snapchat, having sex with him

An Oregon woman was charged with multiple sex crimes last week for allegedly luring a minor — who goes to school with her daughter — through Snapchat and having sexual contact with him, police said.

West Coast to face another strong storm bringing several feet of snow, heavy rain

One week after a powerful “bomb cyclone” caused travel chaos along the West Coast during the busy Thanksgiving travel period, another powerful storm is set to deliver a round of heavy rain and significant snow in time for the weekend.

Montana Gov. Steve Bullock drops out of 2020 race, no Senate run expected

Montana Gov. Steve Bullock on Monday announced he was suspending his campaign for president and made clear he has no plans to run for U.S. Senate.

Californians who can’t afford to live on land increasingly turning to water

With home prices in the Bay Area nearing seven figures, some who can’t afford to live on land are settling down on the water, dropping anchor near cities like Sausalito, and living on Richardson Bay, rent-free.

‘Bomb cyclone,’ powerful coast-to-coast storm system threatens Thanksgiving travel

There may be no place like home for the holidays, but many Americans this year will have to weigh the Thanksgiving travel risks that come along with two major storms wreaking havoc over wide swaths the country.

Los Angeles police shoot, kill machete-wielding carjack suspect, officers say

A robbery suspect armed with a machete was shot and killed by police in Southern California Monday after he allegedly carjacked a vehicle then crashed into two police cruisers, officers said.

Arizona man arrested, extradited to Nevada in 1979 murder

A  73-year-old Arizona man was extradited to Nevada on Friday to face charges in the 1979 cold case killing of a woman who was last seen in California — and investigators believe he may be responsible for more deaths.

California school shooting suspect dies of his injuries, authorities say

The 16-year-old Southern California high school student who shot five of his classmates Thursday before turning the gun on himself has died, authorities said late Friday.