Waze puts morning drivers to Jerusalem in a (traffic) jamError by Waze causes major headache for Israeli drivers heading to Jerusalem.
'Golda' begins digging tunnel for Tel Aviv trainsFirst tunnel boring machine to work on building Tel Aviv light rail named after Israel's first female Prime Minister.
'Let Netanyahu bring Pollard home'Minister appeals to US President from Jerusalem Conference podium: 'Allow Prime Minister one more passenger on plane: Mr. Pollard.'
40,000 runners to swarm Tel Aviv40,000 runners will take part in the Tel Aviv Samsung Marathon, which will be held on February 24.
Watch: Anti-Trump protests hit IsraelDemonstrators protesting President Trump's temporary ban on refugees gather outside of Prime Minister's residence, US Embassy in Tel Aviv.
'Restaurant served us pork instead of beef'Tel Aviv restaurant allegedly served pork for dishes listed in menu as beef.
Watch: Truck smashes dozens of cars in Tel Aviv - then fleesTruck driver flees Thursday after hitting dozens of parked cars in Tel Aviv.
Cabinet to authorize Deri on Shabbat supermarket lawThe cabinet is expected to authorize Interior Minister Aryeh Deri to decide the issue of opening supermarkets on Shabbat and holidays.
Tel Aviv shooting wounds twoShooting on Tozeret Haaretz Street in Tel Aviv wounds 2, police investigating.
Trump's Defense Secretary nominee: Tel Aviv is Israel's capitalJames Mattis, tapped for Defense Department, tells confirmation committee that Tel Aviv, not Jerusalem, is Israel's capital.
'1,000 migrant births a year put Tel Aviv in danger'Tel Aviv City Councilman tells Arutz Sheva state must make decision about Sabbath violations, Jews becoming minority in south Tel Aviv.
Shabbat Law: Government to request court extensionAfter charged discussion at cabinet meeting on bylaw to open supermarkets in Tel Aviv on Shabbat, government to ask court for extension.
Jewish Home Minister: Don't touch ShabbatAgriculture Minister Uri Ariel calls on government not to touch Shabbat issues' status quo, warns any changes could problems.
Most new immigrants settle in Tel AvivMost young professional Jewish immigrants move to Tel Aviv.
Explosion near home of Israeli businessmanExplosion heard near Tel Aviv home of Israeli businessman Meir Shamir. No injuries or damages.
Bomb explodes in Tel Aviv parking garageInvestigations indicate that the explosion was criminal in intent.
Obama postpones moving of embassy to JerusalemAs is customary since 1995, Obama signs waiver which prevents moving the American embassy in Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. Is this the last time?
Hamas leader threatens Tel AvivHamas lawmaker Mushir al-Masri says Hamas has thousands of rockets ready to strike Tel Aviv and even north of that.
Hamas threatens Tel AvivSenior terrorist leader claims organization now boasts stockpile of long-range missiles, can shut down Tel Aviv.
Israeli chief of police dances with Torah scrolls in Tel AvivDuring 'second hakafot' in nightclub, Israeli police chief dances with Torah.
WATCH: Torah celebration - in Tel Aviv night clubTel Aviv nightclub celebrates 'second hakafot' after holiday with music and dancing.
UNESCO: The death penalty for Tel Aviv residentsUNESCO's decision on the Temple Mount made historic headlines, but their decision on Tel Aviv's Bauhaus architecture areas is lethal.
Petah Tikva, Rishon Letzion ban kaparot in public placesThe cities of Petah Tikva and Rishon Letzion have banned the performance of kaparot on chickens in public places.
Crane collapses in Tel Aviv, none injuredA crane collapsed in Tel Aviv Thursday at the light rail construction site.
Last body extracted from parking garage rubbleThe final body has been extracted from the rubble of the Tel Aviv parking garage, making the final toll from the tragedy six dead.
Fifth body extracted in parking garage collapseBody of fifth victim in collapse of Tel Aviv parking garage extracted. Rescue forces still searching for body of six and final victim.
Air Serbia says its flight is headed to 'Palestine'Israeli passengers refuse to board an Air Serbia flight from Belgrade after it was announced the plane was headed to "Palestine".
Names announced of those killed in parking garage collapseThe names of those killed in the collapse of the Tel Aviv parking garage were cleared for publication. Rescue teams still searching for 3.
4th body removed from rubble of Tel Aviv parking garageThe body of a 40-year-old man was removed from the rubble of the Ramat Hachayal parking garage. MDA teams at the site declared his death.
Death toll rises to 3 in Tel Aviv parking garage collapse3 killed, 24 wounded, and 4 still missing after underground garage under construction collapsed in north Tel Aviv.
'Chances of finding workers alive under rubble diminishing'Fatalities include Ukrainian worker, Palestinian Authority resident.
One parking garage collapse victim is foreign nationalOne of the two people killed in the collapse of a parking garage in Tel Aviv is a foreign national.
'I saw the place starting to sink'An eyewitness at the scene of the collapsed parking garage today in Tel Aviv told of the horror at the scene.
2 dead, 17 wounded in Tel Aviv parking garage collapseSearch and rescue teams working to save victims buried in rubble of collapsed parking garage in heart of Tel Aviv
Watch: Wounded found amid rubble of collapsed parking garageVictims of collapse used cell phones to call for help while buried underneath rubble.
'Tel Aviv high school won't be transferred to migrants'After Tel Aviv mayor planned to shut down Tel Aviv high school, use building for migrant children, Bennett intervenes on school's behalf.
The 'holy city' of Tel Aviv dons tefillin, may break recordsRabbi Eli Naiditch, Chabad representative in Tel Aviv, was upset that polls said it was 'not a holy city'. He decided to prove it was.
PM opposes transferring school to migrant childrenPrime Minister Netanyahu issued a statement objecting to the plan to change Tel Aviv school into migrant children's institution.
Why Tel Aviv is so crazy about dogsAll about "Kelaviv", Tel Aviv’s first official dog festival.
And the award for Israel's cleanest beach goes to...The Environmental Protection Ministry's "Clean Beach" index celebrates beaches which are 47.4% clean, up from 29% last year.
Businesses to legally open on Shabbat in Tel Aviv?The "Committee of Director-Generals" plans to present several bills to the Knesset to legally establish Shabbat desecration in Tel Aviv.
Gafni: Netanyahu promised to stop Shabbat desecratorsMK Gafni interviewed today over his efforts to bring shabbat work projects to a close: I hope the Prime Minister wil make good on his word.
Tel Aviv-Jerusalem fast train on track for 2018Transportation Minister Yisrael Katz says fast train connection between Tel Aviv and Jerusalem on track to launch in early 2018.
Man drowns at Tel Aviv beachMDA warns people to be careful as yet another person drowns to death in the Mediterranean Sea.
'IDF should help Holocaust survivors, not illegal immigrants'Following protest in south Tel Aviv, Defense Minister orders end to volunteer programs for IDF soldiers in illegal immigrant communities.
Israel’s unstoppable startup sceneThe irony of anti-Israel fanatics operating via Israeli technology is just one delightful byproduct of Israeli success.
'Price tag' suspects' rights 'were violated', lawyer saysNazareth judge remands two Jewish youths suspected of torching Arab-owned cars in revenge for Tel Aviv terror attack.
Activists attacked during protest for IDF soldierFormer MK Ben-Ari, members of Otzma Yehudit attacked and beaten by masked assailants while protesting in support of Elor Azariya.
Ethiopian-Israeli protesters block major Tel Aviv streetActivists march to protest police brutality and discrimination against Israelis of Ethiopian descent.
Tel Aviv’s White Night – what you need to knowFrom concerts to parties to road closures, the city that never sleeps prepares for its annual all-night festival.
TechCrunch visits the home of the Start Up NationIsrael's 'tenacious' entrepreneurs wow audiences, as TechCruch's annual Pitch-Off comes to Tel Aviv.
Stalemate: No deal on Shabbat operation of TA businessesGov't appointed committee failing to agree on policy outline for Tel Aviv businesses on Shabbat; issue may now go to Supreme Court.
Eritreans in Israel protest regime, celebrate Israeli democracy'For a march like this one we would already be dead in Eritrea'; asylum seekers take to Tel Aviv's streets in protest of their regime.
'When the terrorist started shooting, I knew I had to stop him'Terror victim Hagai Klein recalls Sarona attack and how he tackled one of the murderers.
Tributes pour in for Texan hi-tech guru killed in TA car crash'He was a superb human being.' San Antonio PR specialist Alan Weinkrantz among dead in TA restaurant accident.
Three dead as car crashes into Tel Aviv restaurantIncident believed caused when driver lost consciousness. Police say not related to terror.
Google chief: Israeli tech second only to Silicon ValleyIn Tel Aviv, Former Google CEO Eric Schmidt - now head of parent company Alphabet - hails Israel's 'super role' in innovation.