TOKYO (AP) - North Korea test-fires at least three missiles, one of them a long-range weapon that the U.S. has been monitoring, U.S. sources say.Japanese broadcaster N-H-K says North Korea launched the missile in the early morning hours, Tokyo time, and that it crashed into the Sea of Japan several minutes later. The broadcaster says Japanese officials are trying to determine whether the missile was the long-range ballistic missile that had been prepared for launch recently, or whether it was a different one. The long-range missile is believed to be able to reach parts of the U-S. Stay with KHQ.com for the latest on this developing story.

Recommended for you