Dr. Shayesteh said new dietary guidelines will have no fat restrictions because eating low-fat leads to more consumption of processed foods.
Highlights of this year’s grants include $37,000 to expand two programs rooted in adaptive sports and recreation activities for children wit…
Sgt. Michael Andraychak said witnesses took photos of Sanchez immediately after the shooting, which helped police make the arrest.
There are several volunteer opportunities available and people of all ages are encouraged to apply.
Toy guns looking like real ones have caused problems both locally and nationwide with accidental shootings.
Police said in a statement Friday that they were looking for a black male suspect who would have a gash or cut to his hand or arm.
The recipients were chosen through an application process that considered academic achievement, career plans and extracurriculars
The proposed cash-and-stock deal would make Aetna a sizeable player in the rapidly growing Medicare Advantage business.
Reigning champion Joey Chestnut joined past winners at the weigh-in Friday ahead of the 99-year-old tradition.
“All guests are safely evacuated,” said Orange County Fire Rescue spokeswoman.
The trans-Pacific leg was the riskiest of the plane’s global travels as there was nowhere for it to land in an emergency.
Veterinarian Leah Mitchell said the horse had a few cuts but wasn’t badly hurt.
Concerts, the Fourth of July fireworks show, and other land-based events will go on normally.
The motorsports series said it will not hold its season-ending awards ceremony at the Trump National Doral Miami.
The latest weather forecast for Youngstown, Ohio and surrounding areas.
Newton Falls has a huge problem with stray cats.
Susan Gryziec, owner of “Flowers And…” in Plymouth, says the animals probably did more damage than a car would have done.
Valley residents were anxious to get outside and enjoy the sunshine after a rainy June.
A Lordstown man convicted of pointing a gun federal agents and local police is hoping new technology will prove his innocence.
Police say they received several reports of an armed man walking through the Fayetteville Macy’s