The US Labor Department, responding to a surge in fatal grain elevator accidents, proposed Wednesday to ban children under the age of 18 from working around these towering structures, which hold massive amounts of crops such as corn, wheat and soybeans. http://bit.ly/qIWcqo
German car maker BMW is recalling 120,000 cars from different countries due to an electrical flaw in the diesel filter, German news agency dapd reported Wednesday.
Justin Bieber was unharmed after his Ferrari was hit by a Honda Civic in Los Angeles, People magazine reported Wednesday.
An ABC special with never-before-heard interviews with Jacqueline Kennedy will air Sept. 13.
NEW YORK - In the decade since the Sept. 11 attacks, the US has failed to make sufficient progress on nine counterterrorism actions, ranging from border screening to terrorist-detention standards, according to the former leaders of the commission that investigated the hijackings, The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday. http://bit.ly/oRyfGb
Apple has announced that the beta version of its iTunes Match is now available to developers for subscription. http://bit.ly/oy42cZ
Police in Vancouver, British Columbia, say a human foot inside a running shoe has washed ashore, the latest in roughly a dozen such cases since 2007.
He’s America’s favorite judge and you can only find him here in Boston, on FOX25.
Judge Alex starts his new season next week- and he joins FOX25 now live to talk about the upcoming season. http://bit.ly/pK4XM3
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney castigated “career politicians” Tuesday as he tried to distinguish himself from chief rival Rick Perry while on the governor’s home turf in Texas. http://bit.ly/oRHpe0
CC Sabathia snapped out of his Red Sox funk, striking out 10 in six innings to beat Boston for the first time in five tries this season and lead the New York Yankees to a 5-2 victory on Tuesday night. http://bit.ly/pB5SOa
While most of Foxborough remained without power on Tuesday from Tropical Storm Irene, service was back at Gillette Stadium, where the New England Patriots’ final exhibition game is scheduled for Thursday night. http://bit.ly/oFPTMe
Airlines say they are making a fairly rapid recovery this week from the widespread travel disruption from Irene, which left millions of people grounded across the US, The Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday. http://bit.ly/pXGYTv
Tropical Storm Katia continues to gain strength as it moves west-northwest across the Atlantic. http://bit.ly/qLUBBd
The fatal explosion last year of a PG&E Corp. natural gas pipeline in San Bruno, Calif., was inevitable due to pipeline flaws, the company’s failure to ensure the pipe’s safety and a lack of government oversight, the head of the National Transportation Safety Board said Tuesday. http://bit.ly/nhEnDX
President Barack Obama said Tuesday that Congress needs to pass his plan for increasing jobs and lowering the deficit because the recession has been more difficult than anyone had imagined. http://bit.ly/o71wgW
CONCORD, N.H. - Teachers at a tiny New Hampshire elementary school are prepared for questions on the first day of school about the suspicious death of girl who would have entered the 5th grade. http://bit.ly/q6DNvb