Protesters spread their arms to socially distance in the square outside of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's residence in Jerusalem, Saturday, Sept. 26, 2020, during a three-week nationwide lockdown in Israel to curb the spread of the coronavirus. (AP Photo/Maya Alleruzzo)

Five international stories of the week

A border dispute continues between Armenia and Azerbaijan, French hospitals delay scheduled operations to free space for COVID-19 patients, North Korea accuses South Korea of crossing the sea boundary, thousands of protestors call for the Israeli prime minister's resignation and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is set to discuss Mediterranean tensions.


Welcome to fall

It may be fall now but it doesn't feel like it just quite yet. Weather forecaster Adam Feick has the latest on when we may see temperatures start to feel like fall.


Warm weekend ahead

Weather Forecaster Maddi Johnson is tracking warmer temperatures for this weekend, followed by some much needed rain chances early next week.


Unspoken: Losing a legend

How much does the fate of a country weigh?  The only person who could tell you was a frail yet omnivalent 5-foot-1-inch woman named Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and she died Sept. 18.

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