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Boyfriend busted during escape attempt
The man suspected of trying to help his girlfriend escape from custody faced a judge Saturday.
Photos: Pope Benedict bids farewell
Pope Benedict XVI on Feb. 28, 2013 became the first pope in nearly 600 years to step down from the papacy.
Support crucial for kids after trauma
The good news is that most kids do bounce back from a single incident of trauma, said James Garbarino, professor of psychology at Loyola University Chicago. If
State furthest down road on per-mile tax
If the fee was enacted as planned in the New Starts application, the expected $555 million in revenue would almost double the amount of taxes and fees
Lunchmania; Lunchbox Completes a Marathon and Then Some
Local radio personality Lunchbox of the Bobby Bones Show completed a 27.2 mile run with no prior training. Just goes to show, if you believe you can achieve.
iPhone 4 alarm doesn't observe DST
If you or someone you know has an iPhone 4, warn them now -- they're at risk of being woken up an hour late, due to Daylight Saving Time.
Ohio teen wins National Spelling Bee
No theatrical flourishes for Anamika Veeramani. She kept her hands behind her back and rattled off the letters of every word she was given -- until she was
Traficant considers return to Congress
Former Rep. James Traficant, who was recently released from prison after serving seven years for corruption, said Thursday that he is "proud of being an
Battle over mountaintop mining gains
Environmental activists gained more momentum this year than in the past decade against the destructive, uniquely Appalachian form of strip mining known as
Pearl Harbor survivor back for 1st time
Ed Johann will always remember the sound of planes diving out of the sky to bomb U.S. battleships, the explosions and the screams of sailors. He still recalls
Wolf recovery at crossroads in SW
A decade has passed since the federal government began releasing Mexican wolves into the wild in an effort to return the endangered animal to its historic
NASA to launch sky-mapping spacecraft
NASA's latest space telescope will scan the sky in search of never-before-seen asteroids, comets, stars and galaxies, with one of its main tasks to catalog
Obama thanks 10 U.S. service members
President Barack Obama enjoyed a quiet first Thanksgiving at the White House, telephoning U.S. servicemen and women stationed around the world and spending
Auto insurance may parallel healthcare
Thousands of drivers on the nation's roads don't carry auto insurance, despite laws in all but two states requiring it. Critics of President Barack Obama's