Computer maker Lenovo says it will no longer sell windows tablets with screen sizes under 10 inches in the U.S. A Lenovo spokesman says the …
It was part of the NOTO motorcycle cruise night along north Kansas Avenue. The cruise night was all about getting together for the love of m…
Magicians Siegfried & Roy are welcoming three new snowy white lion cubs to their Secret Garden habitat on the Las Vegas Strip.
LSU AgCenter’s Plant Diagnostic Center chief Raj Singh says citrus canker was found last month in St. Bernard Parish. It was found last year…
The chase ended near 20th Street and Metropolitan. Once stuck in the construction zone, Kitchens says the suspect began exchanging gunfire w…
A tornado ripped through the Jefferson County town on April 28, destroying the fire station while firefighters took shelter inside.
The scanner rotates 360 degrees to capture millions of precise laser measurements and hundreds of digital photographs. The information colle…
Health officials worry about caffeine powder’s potential popularity among exercise enthusiasts and young people seeking an energy boost.
A forensic anthropologist is scheduled to examine the remains next week at the Montgomery County coroner’s office in Dayton.
Boston cranked a pair of two-run HR in the 6th inning as the Red Sox rallied to beat the Royals on Friday night.
Suspect charged with Attempted Murder.
Eight players remain in the championship flight of the TGA match play tournament.
Coolant replacement could cause fires.
Soon to be the largest manufacturing plant in the nation.
The final round of the Adams Pro Tour Firekeeper Classic was on Friday at Firekeeper Golf Course in Mayetta.
Sporting Kansas City’s Aurelien Collin will be allowed to play on Saturday against the Los Angeles Galaxy.
An attorney representing the family of a bank robbery hostage who was slain during a gun battle with police is seeking documents.
A 5-2 high court majority said the presiding judge gave improper instructions to the jury considering whether Gleason should be sentenced to…
Even a teaspoon of the powder could be lethal.
Shanesha Taylor, who faced being tried on two felony child abuse charges, said gratitude was the only thing she felt.
Judge Susan Dlott allowed two of the tea party groups’ claims — including that the IRS discriminated and retaliated against them.