The last time these noisy bugs were out, Bill Clinton was president, and “Titanic” won the award for best Academy Picture.
Matthew Lane Durham’s confession to sexual assault of children may have been coerced, and may not be true.
McCormick “gave the false impression that nothing had changed,” Watkins said in its lawsuit.
Shannon said she believed her father loved his family, even though he cut off communication with relatives and friends years ago.
The men were arrested June 1 on conspiracy and aggravated murder charges.
An investigation showed that guards worked together to thwart investigators probing how the inmate was killed.
Wal-Mart spokesman Randy Hargrove said the Arkansas-based company will keep fighting the wage claim.
No injuries were reported, but the Diamondback coaster was unloaded because it wasn’t clear how long it would be shut down.
The lower appeals court ordered Erik Arneson be restored to his position with back pay.
The project will not be done by the end of the year as originally planned.
Chief Blackwell says the man was prohibited from owning a firearm because of a felony drug conviction.
The truck will be used to train drivers preparing for their commercial license.
David Denovchek has been sorting through cards filled with get well wishes and words of encouragement, including some from complete stranger…
Over the last two years, researchers with the Penn State Extension Service have conducted tests on nearly three dozen roadside springs.
Jamie Crytzer said she was fired because she left work for a mammogram, while the company said the firing was by the book.
At Dobbins Elementary in Poland, children start cursive writing in second grade.
The band will appear at the Covelli Centre in October.
This series of reports aired on WKBN 27 First News.
The baby is now in the custody of social services.
The incidents occurred in the area of Squires Lane and Shady Lane, according to police.