Jerusalem court extends detention for two stone throwers, following release of new set of guidelines that call for harsher punishments for stone throwers.
Court accepts prosecutors’ claim that Yishai Schlissel, who stabbed 7 participants in July parade, killing one, poses danger to the public.
Police not ruling out double suicide as cause of death.
Builders allegedly concealed an antiquity discovered on a building site in Ashkelon to avoid delays in their work schedule.
Firefighters also skirmish with youths after putting out a fire in the Issawiya neighborhood.
New study finds no trace of sycamore trees, poppies and cumin before the advent of the Philistines, who evidently changed more than the region's geopolitics.
A unique stepped structure exposed on the street ascending from Siloam Pool to the Temple Mount raises eyebrows among archaeologists.
Statistics released by the municipality last week don’t correspond with data recently given by various council departments to a local NGO.
Entrance to the 30-meter long tunnel discovered at a private home near the Rockefeller Museum, but an antiquities authority official casts doubt that it was to be used to steal from the museum
'Jerusalem is not Tel Aviv, Jerusalem is a holy city,' says UTJ faction head; although rental spots are also planned for ultra-Orthodox neighborhoods, those stations will not operate on Shabbat or Jewish holidays.