If professional women’s soccer fever is about to descend on Orlando, the city got a great first taste of it.
Questions swirled about reigning Sprint Cup champion Kevin Harvick’s late-race tactics.
Todd Gurley heard the fans chanting his name. The rookie is commanding that kind of attention.
The Obama administration is announcing new guidelines toward standardized tests, saying kids spend too much time taking “unnecessary” exams.
Bulldog Custom Tattooing raises cancer awareness with ribbon tattoos in every color.
The 10k race and two mile walk attracts people from all over the country.
Niles and Warren anticipate the holiday with community parades.
The annual cheer and dance exhibition raises money for breast cancer awareness, research, and education.
Midlothian Boulevard looked a little different, with outdoor cafes, art galleries and some fresh landscaping.
Ohioans will vote on two issues regarding the legalization of marijuana.
Parts of the state have been pounded by more than a foot of rain since Friday.
Victory Christian Center acknowledged and prayed over area safety forces.
The international union could have called a strike if an agreement was not reached by Sunday night.
He has pleaded not guilty to both charges. Prosecutors are seeking the death penalty.
The FBI said Jackson fled before his scheduled August sentencing for interference with custody in the earlier case.
Shell cases from the test firing would be compared with discharged cases police recovered on 120th Street.
Most have already been moved to halfway houses or home confinement over the past year.
Labrie’s case exposed a practice known as “Senior Salute” in which some seniors compete to have sex with underclassmen.
Prosecutors will recommend a prison term of eight to 16 years.
Officials say seven juveniles were charged with the offense in 2013. But so far this year, 13 have been charged.
Officials said the ensuing pursuit reached speeds of 70 to 80 mph, and another trooper joined the case and hit another vehicle.
Sandefur said the justices will face one challenge to the law after another until it is significantly changed or repealed.