- About WWAY
- Contact Us
Mark Naumovitz and a fellow kayaker off of Florida's coast encountered a surprising guest this week -- a hammerhead shark.
Immigration, Landrieu gambit on Keystone pipeline top first day of Congress' lame duck session
"I have one question for you: What was the first thing you ate?" Tatum asked.
Carol Ann Susi, who played Mrs. Wolowitz, died at 62.
Attorneys for Michael Brown's family urge police, protester restraint after Ferguson decision
Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason on Sex Pistols, Roger Waters, Stephen Hawking as a pop star
Nishikori wins final round-robin match at ATP Finals, Federer advances to semifinals
Overhaul's small business insurance exchanges seek rebound after lukewarm debut in 2014
As Ebola flares in rural hot spots, dims in others, experts call for more flexible response
Cause sought for World Trade Center scaffold collapse that leaves 2 window washers dangling
Police: Florida man stole a chain saw from store by sticking it down his pants
Woman has spent $35K in year-long search for beloved lost dog that bolted after deer
Berkshire Hathaway buying Duracell from Procter & Gamble for nearly $3 billion.
As President Obama spends the day pushing for further democratic reforms in Myanmar, he is doing so in a place that stands as a constant reminder of the challenges facing this fledgling democracy: the newly-built capital city of Naypyidaw. Commissioned by the ruling military junta in 2002, the city seems to have everything: sparkling government buildings, beautifully manicured parks, large housing developments, golf courses and a massive sports stadium. The only thing missing is people.
It was 8 a.m. in Santa Monica, California, and Jenni Victor was meticulously preparing breakfast, one of the many struggles with food she will face that day.
Stocks move higher in early trading following more positive earnings surprises; Wal-Mart gains
Ride-sharing service seeks OK for non-limo rides as Philadelphia impounds cars, issues fines