America's most scenic drive has been devastated— so a luxury resort is helicoptering guests in

In May, one of the biggest landslides on record in California buried a small section of Highway 1 — a famous coastal highway — under 40 feet of rubble. The blockage has devastated the ever-popular Big Sur region, where local businesses, resorts, and retreat centers attract tourists from around the world.

Cyber Attack at Honda Stops Production After WannaCry Worm Strikes

The WannaCry worm is still alive. Honda said this week that it was forced to halt production for one day at its Sayama plant near Tokyo after finding the WannaCry ransomware in its computer network.

How safe is North Carolina's milk supply?

The N.C. Auditor’s Office cited North Carolina’s dairy inspectors Wednesday for not doing enough to ensure the milk people pour on their cereal each morning is safe to drink.

The Cost Of A Product Recall In The Food Industry

Recalling a food product is often the worst case scenario for a company in the food industry. The cost of notifying the public, transporting the recalled stock, and subsequently destroying the product can quickly amount to millions.

It’s so hot in Phoenix that airplanes can’t fly

And it was so hot that dozens of flights have been canceled this week at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. American Airlines alerted its customers over the weekend, offering fee-free changes to upcoming flights that were departing or arriving at Phoenix between 3 and 6 p.m., when temperatures peak.

Phoenix weather: Too hot for Dutch Bros. coffee?

Dutch Bros. Coffee closed two of its locations in the northwest Valley on Tuesday due to high temperatures, and a spokeswoman on Wednesday said they could do the same this afternoon.

Tourism, restaurant groups worry about impact of Utah’s new .05 DUI law

Tourism and restaurant industry groups expressed worry that Utah's controversial .05 DUI law might scare people away. Speaking to the Utah State Legislature's Transportation Interim Committee, they acknowledged no hard data from the law's passage, but did worry they were beginning to see a negative impact.

Simply viewing this malicious ad will infect your computer with ransomware

A drive-by malvertising attack known as AdGholas will infect victim machines with the Mole ransomware, without any action taken on behalf of the user.

Unlicensed vendor source of food-borne illness at Rifle Rodeo

The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment have identified the source of an illness that caused about 80 people to become sick after attending the Rifle Rodeo at the Garfield County Fairgrounds on June 5.

Violinist says United Airlines employee 'lunged' at instrument in carry-on dispute

A classical violinist claims a United Airlines supervisor attempted to wrestle her violin from her arms, possibly injuring her hand, after saying she couldn't carry on the instrument -- and she's looking for footage to prove it.