OTTAWA, Ontario (CNN/CBC) - Nobody likes to sit in rush-hour traffic but this is a whole new definition to getting stuck on the highway.
A driver in Canada's capitol city Ottawa went straight into this huge sinkhole.
The driver told police he at first thought it was a black tarp on the pavement, but once he realized it was a giant hole, it was too late to stop.
He wasn't seriously hurt, but his car was swallowed into a sewer pipe beneath the roadway.
The hole has since doubled in size and requires major repairs before the highway can reopen.
Authorities say problems with the sewer pipe likely caused the sinkhole to open.
Charities virtually everywhere are asking for your generosity, but you simply cannot give to everyone.
Southwest Sullivan Schools is among the 27 school districts who will benefit from a settlement the State Secretary of State's office reached with the Indiana State Teachers Association.
The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) is asking for drivers to be aware of lane restrictions on Interstate 70 through Dec. 14.
After thanksgiving many put up lights and trees to kick off the Christmas season, but there's a price tag on spreading holiday joy. One local man spoke about his large scale lighting display and just how much it's costing him.
On this nationally observed Giving Tuesday, folks in the Wabash Valley were offered reassurance their donated dollars to charities are, in fact, helping local needy families, and not being wasted on expenditures like operating costs or a …
Sunday, December 8th will mark the one year anniversary since 85 year old Lowell R. Badger was found dead on the bedroom floor of his Sullivan County home.