The 15 films featured at the second annual event were made by students age 6-16 who were chosen from among some 1,500 entries.
The singer has alternated between appearing contrite and polite in court to defiant and angry on social media and in public appearances.
The Amazing World of Dr. Seuss Museum is scheduled to open June 2016 in Springfield.
Morgan and others home from a show in Delaware, when their limo was struck by a Wal-Mart truck.
The proposed amendment calls for adults 21 and over to be able to buy marijuana, and to grow up to four plants at home.
The one-page document provides no price tags and few specifics.
There are no reported illnesses to date associated with this recall, the release states.
The county coroner confirmed that the man found hanging from a white sheet Thursday was Otis Byrd.
Kimberly’s owner says she went missing on Sunday.
The Food and Drug Administration on Friday approved genetically engineered potatoes and apples.
The royal couple got a glimpse into efforts to promote environmental sustainability and protect historic buildings.
Authorities say the gunman hit his wife and mother with a pistol.
Officers were in her driveway when the shots were fired; she can be heard later talking to them.
Authorities said it did not appear the suspect was wearing gloves and that he took 20 cartons of cigarettes, which is worth about $1,200.
Police Chief Steven Junkin says he’ll do everything in his power to ensure Brown doesn’t wear the state police uniform.
Rice family attorney Walter Madison said they don’t understand why the city won’t accept responsibility.
The plane came to the air station in Vienna on a mutually-beneficial mission.
Jurors in the case began their deliberations Friday afternoon and will continue next week.
WKBN has looked at what happens after nurses get their licenses suspended at local hospitals.
A Columbiana County police department received a big check all the way from Texas this week.
A black man found hanging from a tree in Mississippi was Otis Byrd, a convicted killer.
A solar eclipse darkened parts of Europe on Friday in a rare solar event that won’t be repeated for more than a decade.