It is Herman Cain’s favorite question these days: Are you the flavor of the week? “The answer is an emphatic ‘no ... Perry is set to deliver his first major policy speech Friday at a steel plant in West Mifflin, Pa., where he will detail ...
Lasting only 28 years, the electric train was ridden daily by Holland and West Michigan residents into downtown on Eighth Street, turning south on River Avenue to 13th Street and eventually finding destinations as far west as Virginia Park, …
One or two of the cars plunged into the Kanawha River said Robert Jelacic, night shift manager of the West Virginia
A train carrying more than 100 tankers of crude oil derailed in southern West Virginia on Monday, igniting 14 tankers and sparking a house fire, as several communities were forced to evacuate. One or two of the cars plunged into the …
(AP Photo/The Daily Mail, Marcus Constantino) MOUNT CARBON, W.Va. (AP) — The fiery derailment of a train carrying crude oil in West Virginia is one of three in the past year involving tank cars that already meet a higher safety standard …
(Newser) – The driver of a loaded log truck that collided today with a sightseeing train carrying 63 passengers and four crew members on a scenic leaf-peeping circuit in West Virginia's mountains was the lone fatality in an accident that …
WASHINGTON (CNN) - Democratic Gov. Jim Justice of West Virginia announced his plans to change his political party affiliation and join the GOP at a rally in Huntington with President Donald Trump on Thursday night. "Today I will tell you …
On Monday, 27 tanker cars carrying oil from North Dakota derailed in West Virginia. The train had 109 cars and was carrying 3 million gallons of crude oil. Nineteen of the cars, each capable of holding thousands of gallons of crude, …
Oil cars were still burning more than a day after a train carrying 3 million gallons (11.3 million litres) of North Dakota crude derailed in a snowstorm, shooting fireballs into the sky. Hundreds of families in West Virginia were evacuated after …
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (Feb. 17, 2015) - Train cars, like the ones that ruptured and exploded in West Virginia Monday, travel every day through downtown Indianapolis. It's raised the question, is Indy ready for a disaster like the one in West