Few sports issues can disrupt the hype to a Super Bowl quite like cheating.
Schlachter said the threats were made through Twitter, an online social media network.
Teams competed in an Olympic-style, co-ed shooting competition.
The Mosquito Lake Polar Plunge kicks off the season.
Flames and fireworks went off as Meyer accepted the first college football playoff trophy.
The victim was robbed outside of a local hospital.
Four Valley families have a major burden lifted off their shoulders – their mortgages are paid off.
Once Upon a Child held its annual grab bag clearance event.
Two women were shot to death and six people were wounded early Saturday at a house party in Omaha.
If you’re a fan of authentic British chocolate, you might not want to hear this.
Money and prescription pills were also found in the raids.
About 40 percent of Oregon households have guns.
The New Hampshire woman discovered the mistake on the way home.
Nearly 20 percent of operating costs for major U.S. row crops are tied to direct energy expenses.
A major concessionaire at Grand Canyon National Park wants the exclusive right to names.
Ohio drivers wishing to show support for the state’s historic Capitol now have a specialty license plate available to them.
Cheating, theft high on list of charges.
70-year-old Joseph Sledge was set free on Friday.
The Ohio man accused of beating his pregnant girlfriend and causing her fetus’ death.
Banks’ No. 14 was the first number retired by the Cubs.