Most stores will be closing by late afternoon or early evening Christmas Eve.
The deal comes just one day after Sony announced a limited release of the film it previously said it had no plans to release.
The average break can cost the city roughly $2,000 between manpower and materials, according to Dunlap.
The two are now believed to be in Bedford or Blair County.
NORAD Tracks Santa has already attracted a record 1.5 million Facebook “likes.”
It was a very good day to get pulled over by police in Wayne County, Ohio Tuesday.
St. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar says the Berkeley shooting victim was black and the officer white.
Police said the victim was a 12-year-old-girl.
Severe storms across the South killed at least four people.
The fire swept through the structure very quickly and eventually the roof collapsed.
Spotted owls have declined throughout California by about 40 percent in the past three decades, said Chad Hanson, a forest ecologist.
Alan Gross, who was arrested in 2009, was freed Dec. 17 as the U.S. announced it would re-establish diplomatic relations with Cuba after mor…
Bush spent nearly two months in the same hospital and was discharged in January 2013 after treatment for a bronchitis-related cough and othe…
Luka Magnotta, a former porn actor, was convicted by a jury of first-degree murder in the 2012 slaying of Jun Lin, 33, after eight days of d…
The British and Irish governments jointly presented a 75-point plan for progress to local leaders Tuesday afternoon at Stormont, the power-s…
Stan Lee Media has sued Marvel and others over the characters’ copyrights in at least six cases, all of which have been dismissed, according…
Sony Entertainment CEO Michael Lynton said that Seth Rogen’s North Korea farce “will be in a number of theaters” beginning Thursday.
The Ohio Development Services Agency is providing grants to 82 local organizations to support homeless prevention, emergency shelters and tr…
Despite the generous donation, the Salvation Army said its campaign is still approximately $18,000 short of last year’s total.
The owners of Youngstown Cycle Supply have been collecting toys for weeks and on Tuesday, they reached their goal.