Man in Seattle Spends Second Day in Tree
KOMO's Theron Zahn takes us to Seattle where a man has climbed an 80-foot tree and has refused to come down.
Finchem Cites Charity as Reason to Stay in North Carolina
Commissioner Tim Finchem leaned on charity as a reason why he has no plans to relocate PGA Tour events from North Carolina over HB2
KLM to Suspend Egypt Flights Over 'Economic Reasons'
KLM says it will temporarily suspend flights to and from Cairo in January, citing what an announcement on its website says "economic reasons."
Paul Casey eagles 18th for 3-shot lead at Deutsche Bank
NORTON, Mass. -- Paul Casey finished with a birdie and an eagle over the last three holes Sunday for a 5-under 66 and a three-shot lead going into the Labor Day finish at the Deutsche Bank Championship. Casey hit 7-iron into 5 feet for birdie on the par-3 16th, and then he drilled a 3-iron into the
Plane Leaves Clouds 'Dancing' After Takeoff From Amsterdam Airport
A camera captured a magnificent vortex, or cloud formation, after a low-flying Boeing 747 took from off from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. The video, which was uploaded to YouTube on May 27, has been garnering some comments of wonder. ] /> A vortex is formed when a whirling mass of water or air sucks
ABC News Special Report: Reported Explosions at Brussels Airport in Belgium
Belgian media says several people injured at Zaventem airport in Brussels, Belgium.
Which Airline's Been Named World's Safest?
If your 2016 resolutions include more travel, it may be wise to know which airlines top the list. AirlineRatings.com, an independent plane safety and product ranking website, has just released its annual list of the world's safest airlines. Coming out on top for the third year in a row is