UK parents demand answers from Israeli policeFamily of Julie Pearson claims Israeli police hiding true cause of her death, release postmortem photos in bid for answers.
Murder ruled out in British ex-pat's deathJulie Pearson, UK national living in Eilat, was found dead last November. Israeli police now say abusive boyfriend not the cause.
'ISIS is planning a major attack in Israel'ISIS affiliate in Gaza claims ISIS will increasingly focus on US and Israel, promises a major attack in Israel is only a matter of time.
Tragedy in Eilat7-year-old boy drowns in a hotel pool, medics try to save him but with no success.
Turks arrested on Jordan borderThree people with Turkish passports were detained at Eilat. Police: they were not posing a threat to Israel.
Luggage: Clothes, toothbrush, hand grenadeSde Dov Airport security shocked to find grenade, ammo magazines and dozens of assault rifle bullets in bag of female passenger.
Will Eilat turn into Israel’s Las Vegas?Government pushes to promote strip of casinos despite religious opposition.
New flight connects Israel's north and southDeputy Minister Kara welcomes new route from Rosh Pina to Eilat, revealing plan to create Galilee regional flight hub.
Bomb attack thwarted in Eilat hotel last monthTwo Arab residents of Jerusalem indicted Thursday on charges of plotting a bomb attack in one of the coastal resort's hotels.
Terror stabbing in Eilat two weeks agoIsrael Security Agency says terrorist was inspired by videos on social media documenting stabbings of Israelis.
ISIS threatens Eilat in new videoIslamic State's Sinai branch claims to be on the cusp of terror war.
MK blows off Knesset meeting to party in EilatCoalition officials demand Oren Hazan be removed from Knesset Finance Committee after he refuses to budge on changing travel plans.
Jordan Border Crossing Closed after Terror ScareGunfire heard at Rabin Terminal into Jordan apparently took place on Jordanian side, not terrorism.
Israel's Tourism Industry in TroubleInternational tourist visits to Israel dropped 25% in first six months of 2015, as compared to same period in 2014.
Israeli Planes to Eilat Given Anti-Missile SystemsSecurity system has started installing Magen Rakia (Sky Shield) on Israeli flights out of fear of shoulder-mounted missiles from Sinai.
Israel Approves Security Fence on Jordan BorderSecurity Cabinet backs Netanyahu's proposal to build 30 km barrier from Eilat to planned Timna airport, as Jordan ties continue to flag.
Lawyers Boo 'Buji' Over Bibi Boycott BlameAn attempt by Yitzhak Herzog to slam Prime Minister Netanyahu in front of what he thought was a sympathetic audience backfired.
Days After Snow, Heat Wave Broils IsraelMt. Hermon got unseasonable snow last Friday, but today a heat wave is burning up the country amid heavy haze, with Eilat reaching 108 F.
Tourism Min. Moves to Woo Europeans to Eilat$48.50 to be offered to every passenger who visits the resort town in winter 2015-16 and lands at Ovdah airport to counter tourism crisis.
Elderly Woman's Pleasure Cruise Turns to Nightmare73-year-old went to Eilat for a cruise - instead, she got spinal bone fractures and 10% permanent disability.
Netanyahu Vows to Prevent Future Pipeline LeaksPrime Minister Netanyahu tours breach in Eilat-Ashkelon pipeline, which many are calling a major environmental tragedy.
Eilat Oil Spill Leaves Jordanians Short of Breath80 Jordanians suffer trouble breathing over the border as Israel struggles to contain 1,000 cubic meter spill caused by car accident.
Oil Spill Causes Closure of Main Road to EilatCrude oil leaks onto the main road leading to Eilat, shutting down highway and causing damage to nature reserve.
Report: Divorced Mothers Turning to ProstitutionDozens of divorced Israeli mothers have joined the prostitution trade in Eilat, as divorce rates skyrocket.
Two Rockets Fired Towards EilatTwo people wounded from shrapnel after rocket hits car in resort city. 11 suffered shock.
Israel Replacing African Workers With JordaniansIsrael issues 500 extra work permits for Jordanians to work in Eilat hotels, as crackdown on infiltrators fuels manpower shortage.
Environment Orgs: Eilat Railroad a Waste of MoneyEnvironmental groups have written to Finance Minister Yair Lapid, asking him to freeze plans for construction of a rail line to Eilat.
Freak Wind Storm Wreaks Havoc in EilatA freak spring wind storm hit Eilat as tens of thousands of Israelis were enjoying the last days of the Passover holiday.
False Alarm: Iron Dome Mishap, Not RocketsIDF official now says reports of three grad rockets fired at Eilat were false, mishap at Iron Dome site misinterpreted.
Eilat Attack Terror Leader Dies in 'Work Accident'Sinai terror group founder, responsible for 2011 killing of eight Israelis, dies as car-crash detonates bomb on-board.
Netanyahu Slams Int'l 'Hypocrisy' Over Iran ShipPrime Minister and Defense Minister address 'grand unveiling' of weapons cache, say deadly cargo exposes Iran's 'true face'.
February: All-Time Record for Tourism to IsraelRecord-breaking 2013 provides momentum for tourism in 2014, with two records broken in February alone.
Anti-Missile System Tested for Passenger PlanesDefense Ministry announces that test of 'SkyShield' system, designed to combat rocket fire, goes off without a hitch.
Al Qaeda-Inspired Group Claims Eilat Rocket AttackAnsar Beit al-Maqdis promises to 'fight and kill the Jews' after Friday night attack intercepted by Iron Dome defense system.
Terrorists Fire Rocket at EilatTwo explosions and siren heard in resort city as Iron Dome intercepts a rocket.
Man Shot Attempting to Attack Iron Dome PositionAn Arab man injured after running at an Iron Dome installation screaming ‘Allahu Akbar’; motive unclear.
Salafists Responsible for Eilat Rocket AttackAnsar Bayt al-Makdis, a Sinai-based jihadi group, vows that 'the Jews will only see injury from us.'
Police Combing Eilat After Loud Explosions HeardPolice were combing the city of Eilat, searching for evidence of rocket explosions in the city, after loud explosions were hear there
Heads of Electric Co. Fired For Eilat Storm BreakTwo engineering directors fired for remaining in Eilat during snowstorm that left tens of thousands of Israelis without electricity.
Report: 200 IEC Workers Take 'Storm Break'Dedicated staff of the Israeli Electric Company have been working night and day for three days to restore power – most of them, that is.
'Historic' Agreement to Link Red & Dead SeasEnergy Minister Silvan Shalom announces deal with Jordan and PA to save Dead Sea, provide desalinized water to all 3 parties.
Yet Another Earthquake - This Time in EilatIsrael's unusual period of seismic activity continues. Unlike previous tremors, latest earthquake felt in southern Israel.
Approval for 2-Hour Train Route to EilatMinisters approve path of Tel Aviv-Eilat train that will connect south to central Israel in just two hours.
Bus Driver Convicted for Fatal AccidentEdward Gelfond, the tour bus driver of a serious accident on the way to Eilat in December 2008, found guilty of killing 24 passengers.
Overnight Attack Fails to Disturb Eilat CalmResidents, tourists flock to the beach despite attempted rocket attack.
Iron Dome Intercepts Rocket Fired Towards EilatAt least one rocket was fired towards the Israeli resort city of Eilat and was intercepted by Iron Dome.
Israel Shut Down Airport Because of WarningIsraeli authorities shut down Eilat's airport after Egypt sent a warning about a possible terror attack, says senior military source.
Eilat Airport Reopens, Flights Return to NormalTwo hours after it was ordered closed, the Eilat Airport was reopened Thursday night. The reason for the earlier closure is still unclear
One Killed in Eilat Plane CrashOne person killed and two seriously injured as small plane crashes near northern entrance to Eilat.
IDF Deploys Iron Dome Battery to Defend EilatThe IDF has placed an Iron Dome battery near Eilat, after recent reports of missile attacks by Islamist groups against the city
Remains of Grad Missile Found Near EilatSecurity forces locate the remains of a Grad missile that was likely fired late last week.
Jihadist Group Says it Fired Rockets on EilatA Sinai-based jihadist group has claimed that it fired rockets on Thursday towards the Red Sea resort city of Eilat.
Eilat Given the 'All Clear'Police say residents of Eilat can resume their regular routine, hours after locals report hearing loud explosions.
Israeli Tourism Healthy and GrowingIsrael’s Tourism Ministry is showing an impressive record, with figures in May hitting an "all time record for incoming tourism."
Netanyahu Vows to Retaliate for Eilat AttackIsrael will “extract a price” from those who launched the Grad rocket attack against Eilat last week, PM Netanyahu vows.
Terror Group Releases Video of Rocket AttackThe Salafi jihadist group that claimed responsibility for a rocket attack on Eilat has released a video which shows the rockets being fired.
Jihad Terror Group Takes 'Credit' for Eilat AttackA Salafi Muslim jihadist group has claimed responsibility for Wednesday morning’s rocket attack on the Israeli resort city of Eilat.