It took 13 firefighter teams to bring the blaze under control. The train will be out of commission for some time.
The city of Jerusalem goes on strike hoping to inspire the Finance Ministry to release the funds it is supposed to grant the municipality as its "fair share."
Special guests include diamond experts, retailers and jewelry manufacturers from Russia, China, Hong Kong and Armenia, among others.
Israel is slowly thawing out the frozen, locked up building plans that were put away due to pressure from the Obama administration.
The Israel Nature and Parks Authority has revealed a beautiful and rare coral cave in the lower Galilee, via photographs taken recently on site.
Israeli authorities have been ordered to release the body of Ya’akub Musa Abu al-Qi’an, who ran over an Israeli police officer.
Two years after the start of a housing project in Ramat Shlomo, Jerusalem's local planning board granted approval for the units.
About half of the homes in Gaza that were destroyed in the 2014 war have yet to be rebuilt. Concrete is a dual purpose material and Hama tends to redirect supplies for its terrorist tunnels.
A shooting in Tel Aviv near the Azrieli Towers was criminal, and not terror-related. Two were killed.
The public is being asked to call authorities if anyone spots Conner, a capuchin monkey who escaped from the Ramat Gan Safari.
An Israeli bus traveling near the Jewish community of Tekoa was attacked by Arab terrorists hurling rocks. The windshield was smashed but the driver kept going.
Four Orthodox Jews in North London were attacked by a young British man who yelled 'heil Hitler' and threw gas canisters at them from a van.
Tel Aviv University archaeology team confirms donkey stables, livestock pens in Timna date back to the time of Kings David and Solomon.
"It is obvious the Jewish community has every right to be here, including by right of purchase," Justice Minister Shaked said while touring Hebron.
Jewish community centers in American East Coast cities and Jewish schools in London, England were evacuated due to called-in warnings of explosives in the buildings.
Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat urges city residents to continue to live their lives as usual despite the "difficult terror attack."
An alleged terror suspect has surrendered to police, but little else is known, with identifying information completely shielded by authorities under a gag order.
Avian flu has been identified among ducks and geese at the Ramat Gan National Park. Officials are taking precautions and the park remains open to the public.
Security sources are maintaining a partial gag order on an investigation into a deadly attack in Haifa.
The family of Abera (Avram) Mengistu held a protest over government "inaction" on rescuing their loved one.