Police in Mercer County are investigating the death of a man whose body was found in a burned out car, but they don’t suspect foul play.
Le’Veon Bell scored on a 1-yard wildcat run as time expired to give Mike Vick and the Pittsburgh Steelers a stunning 24-20 victory.
Deadspin and SB Nation were suspended Monday night after the NFL filed notices related to their use of copyrighted video highlights.
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The Eagles will be making their fourth straight appearance in the State tournament.
Northside Medical Center is the first hospital in the Valley to perform total hip replacement surgery with the use of a robotic arm system.
A result from the investigation will be released to the schools on Tuesday morning.
Howland held Niles to a draw Monday night as the two teams prepare for the district tournament.
The lawsuit contends the bill signed last week by Gov. Jerry Brown violates the constitutional rights of freedom of speech and religion.
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She said on “The View” that she’d discriminate against a name, she said over the weekend that she would not.
Organizers of the Dick Van Dyke Foundation hope to establish a museum in the home.
Paramount Pictures and Leonardo DiCaprio’s production company Appian Way have optioned the rights to a book proposal.
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He’s the first QB in team history to surpass 300 yards passing in three straight games.
Pulaski County Circuit Court Judge Wendell Griffen said the state must identify the manufacturers, distributor, seller or supplier.
Authorities are still investigating the shooting, Memphis police spokesman Louis Brownlee said.
Bush also proposes to limit the tax-free status of employer-provided health insurance, an idea labor unions fiercely oppose.
Humeniuk reeled in three touchdown receptions in Friday night’s win over Minerva.
Wolfe County deputy coroner Gary Sparks said 30-year-old Michael Hacker of Goshen, Ohio, died of blunt force trauma.
Former Rep. Jim Leach said lawmakers had no idea daily fantasy sports would “morph into today’s cauldron of daily betting.”