Actor Chris Pratt is getting a lot of praise for a patriotic display on Facebook.
A waitress at a Hooters in Georgia will donate her kidney to a longtime regular customer of the restaurant.
Researchers trying to figure out what makes some hurricanes strengthen into catastrophic monsters have a new lab (see additional photos).
Those not fond of high elevations can walk on video screens that show the dizzying view below.
The choir members will perform the backing vocals during the band’s rendition of its 1969 song “You Can’t Always Get What You Want.”
The shopkeeper was accused of cheating the state and federal government out of more than $1 million in food stamp benefits.
Police say four people were hurt when a vehicle struck an Amish buggy and then fled in Geauga County.
Parents joined teachers and staff at a rally Thursday to help send a clear message from the union to the school board.
The bee hadn’t ended in a tie for 52 years – until last year. Now it’s happened for two years running.
1st ever gorilla born in Knoxville, 1st gorilla born in Tennessee in 30 years
Baby gorilla born at Knoxville Zoo
Two police surveillance robots found the 42-year-old man dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
Attorneys filed a motion on Thursday asking a judge to require Matthew Apperson to wear a GPS device.
The 2,700-acre ranch features as a train station, six-bedroom house, 50-seat movie theater a pair of lakes, and more.
Holmes’ comments came about two years after the shooting, in a videotaped interview with a psychiatrist.
Between 2010 and 2012, Hastert made fifteen $50,000 withdrawals from bank accounts to give to an individual.
Witnesses said they saw Diamond take out his knife on the night of the brawl, though none said they saw him stab anyone.
Jurors in Albany found Stewart Parnell knowingly shipped salmonella-tainted peanut butter to customers.
Ohio’s current texting-and-driving law places police officers in a difficult situation.
Ohio ranks in the bottom third of states when it comes to advanced training for police officers.
The ADC is currently in the process of selecting an interim superintendent after the departure of Dr. Connie Hathorne earlier this year.
The new rules there include an earlier closing time, raising the age for admission and hiring professional security.