1,000 people gathered Friday for a dedication even.
The release said the investigation led to the discovery of department policy violations, including acts of dishonesty.
“This is the only population of blue whales known to have recovered from whaling,” according to a university news release.
Football fields across South Mississippi are typically dominated by males, but the gridiron at South Jones High School is receiving a female…
The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has scheduled two hours of arguments on whether such bans should be struck down.
A northwest Indiana police officer shot in the head while responding to a call about an evicted tenant has died.
The girl took the pills and wound up hospitalized with extreme abdominal pain.
Chief Robert White announced last month that some officers already are wearing body cameras as part of a national study of their effectivene…
Mapp was convicted of drug and burglary offenses in Lincoln County.
The shark bit Robson in his knee and retreated when he hit it with the end of his fishing rod.
Firefighters found heavy smoke and flames spreading to the roof and called for a second alarm.
A single dose protected all four vaccinated monkeys when they were exposed to high levels of Ebola virus
The state Department of Health is investigating whether it came from ingredients in a potato salad.
The man tried to move from the hay rack closest to the tractor to the second hay rack, fell and was run over.
One read “R-word = N-Word” and another said “Indians are Human Beings Not Mascots.”
The New York City Gay Men’s Chorus sang Broadway hits before six-time Tony Award-winner McDonald sang her tribute.
Violations would be a Class C misdemeanor punishable by up to 30 days in jail and/or a fine of between $1 and $499.
Wilson played 19 seasons in Major League baseball for the Kansas City Royals, Oakland Athletics, and Chicago Cubs.
That has sparked outcry from some dog owners and animal rights activists who call for sterilizing and vaccinating dogs rather than killing t…
The tomb, in the town of Amphipolis, dates between 325 B.C. — two years before Alexander the Great’s death.
Police said officers arrested four people on suspicion of coercing women into having sex with non-Jews and exploited them sexually
“It can be dangerous, because you have all these (non-law enforcement) people out there running around the border,” said Kevin Oaks.
Mathiau was highly intoxicated, and during her travels, had activated the car’s emergency break numerous times in the middle of traffic.