News 8's own Maureen McGuire was honored to receive IBERO's "Friend of the Year Award."
UNAR held an interactive conference on the empowerment of women and girls.
Three people in critical condition at Providence Regional Hospital in Everett, Washington; shooter was a student, police say
Officials say soldiers and militiamen treated for poisoning after clashes with militants north of Bagdad.
Bank clerk with no special training tricked British traitors and gathered potentially lethal info intended for the Nazis, files reveal.
First nurse to be diagnosed with Ebola after treating an infected Liberian man is being released from hospital.
Even though oil prices are sliding dramatically, air fares aren't going to fall -- experts are divided as to why.
McDonald's, Dunkin' Brands and Coke are stumbling, but some of their rivals are cruising, so something else is going on.
A look at the background, symptoms and treatment of Dr. Craig Spencer.
Your GRE Business Report for 10/24/14.
Your Health Watch Report for 10/24/14.
FBI keeping a close eye on a group of people considered a possible risk to the homeland, worried Ottawa shooter might inspire copycats.
A Warsaw resident plead guilty for Criminal Sexual Act in The First Degree on Wednesday, October 23, 2014.
"You can't be the first on the mountain anymore but you can be the first one to discover a shipwreck."
BENTE workers demonstrate outside RCSD Board meeting demanding more pay and fewer cuts.
News 8's Rachel Barnhart was invited to question incumbent Republic Tom Reed and Democrat Martha Robertson.
News 8 goes behind the scenes of tedious training required to treat any possible Ebola case.
According to investigators, people are going door-to-door in Greece selling "Around the Town" books for a Holmes Road School fundraiser that doesn't exist.
In what may be the city's first case, a physician who recently had worked in West Africa has been hospitalized.
Husband of Spanish nursing assistant who beat virus says his wife now knows authorities killed their dog Excalibur.