The Clipper City, 158-foot (48-meter) long, might have gotten stuck in the mud off of Liberty Island.
About 75 people attended a ribbon-cutting ceremony Friday for the business school’s Koch Global Trading Center.
The deer archery season opened Sept. 15 and lasts until Dec. 31.
Roberts planned to greet football fans attending the University of Kansas game Saturday in Lawrence.
William Allen White Legacy Day coincides with the annual presentation of the White Children’s Book Awards.
The Rainforest Action Network says lots of food companies have stepped up to strengthen their palm oil purchasing commitments.
Because Belarus has a customs agreement with Russia, its goods cross the Russian border without being inspected.
Campbellsville Fire Chief Kyle Smith says 41-year-old Tony Grider died Saturday.
A university spokeswoman says Kessler’s allegations are unfounded.
The final rules are due in 2015, and the FDA has been haggling over how to write them since Congress passed a food safety law in 2010.
Smoke came billowing out of the air vents and filled up the cabin in about 10 to 15 seconds.
Donations are payable to Topeka Police Credit Union c/o Jason Harwood account.
Rowland, 57, was convicted in New Haven federal court of all seven counts.
Leslie’s daughter is getting married at McKee Medical Center in Loveland, Colorado.
Police say a middle school student who brought a gun to school earlier in the week also had a list of classmate names and grievances.
The employee, who worked in the nursery at Providence Memorial Hospital, tested positive on Aug. 25 and was placed on leave.
Officials say eight people have been hospitalized and one death has been attributed this year to the mosquito-borne virus.
Thousands of ticks are sometimes found on a single moose, and the parasites can bleed the animals and cause anemia and death.
Comer offers an unflinching and intimate account about what it means to surrender one’s career to care for a stricken loved one.
Jail operators say critics mischaracterize treatment of inmates in isolation, but acknowledge growing debate over lockdown.
The High Line park — built with $223 million in both government and private funds — draws nearly 5 million visitors a year.
It will help preserve the region’s history and provide a place for historians to publish their work.
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