Sand artists from all over the world are in San Diego to create spectacular sculptures.
It's all part of the U.S. sculpting challenge and 3-D art exposition.
Artists must only use water and sand to create the sculptures.
The winner gets a 60,000 dollar grand prize and bragging rights.
The four-day event continues through Labor Day.
The parents of 18-year-old Michael Brown joined protesters in Ferguson, Missouri, Sunday to call for justice for their late son.
The "National March on Ferguson" brought demonstrators back out on the city's streets after days of relative quiet.
Demonstrators said repeatedly that this is a sign they're not going away, and this is a defining moment as a human rights revolution for the 21st century.
Police arrested four teens who escaped from a youth corrections facility in Colorado Sunday.
Authorities said they ran away after assaulting a staff member with a rock at the Lookout Mountain Youth Services Center in Golden, outside of Denver.
The employee's condition is not known.
The group was discovered in the nearby town.
Their names are not being released because they are juveniles, but the ages range from 14 to 17.
The Youth Center is investigating the escape.
Near the Northern Iraqi community of Amerli, U.S. air-strikes targeted ISIS while humanitarian aid was dropped to the militants' potential victims.
Thousands of minority Shiite Turkmen have been cut off by ISIS fighters surrounding that town.
Iraqi aircraft rescued some civilians from Amerli as the U.S, Britain, Australia and France dropped food, water and medical supplies.
The ISIS threat continues to rise and recruitment is expanding.
Two Americans who recently died fighting for ISIS in Syria had ties to Minnesota.
There is a community group who is working to combat terror gangs' recruitment of young men from the local Somali community.