Getting robocalls from 'Emily?' Here's how to stop them.
Have you been getting robocalls from Emily, a clumy customer service representative with a headset problem? Here's how you can make them stop.
Chief Coury: Murder-Suicide Investigated on Spangler Drive
ZANESVILLE, Ohio – The Zanesville Police Department has updates in connection to the shooting incident Wednesday evening. Shortly after 7 p.m., ZPD received a call of shooting on 479 Spangler Drive. Chief Coury said two people were shot. Russel Flemming was discovered dead by Officers, and his wife, Hilda Flemming, was transported to Genesis Hospital …
Do you live near a meth lab? This interactive map will show you
As the opioid crisis continues across the country, law enforcement is also confronting the surge of small-scale manufacturers "cooking" drugs like methamphetamine in makeshift labs.
Odd encounter between deputies puts sheriff's dept. at odds
The Wayne and Oakland County Sheriff’s departments are at odds with each other after an awkward encounter over a restaurant discount.
UNI faculty leader Amy Petersen announces run for Senate District 30
Petersen is a Cedar Falls native and professor of Special Education at the University of Northern Iowa.
National Guard Actively Monitoring Levee District 12 In Sand Springs
Saturday, May 25th 2019, 7:32 PM CDT Updated By: Tess Maune Thousands of people in Sand Springs and west Tulsa are being urged to leave their homes with concerns unprecedented water pressure might cause the Tulsa County levee system to breach. The Army Corps of Engineers says its large water release at Keystone Dam is holding strong at more than 250,000 cubic feet of water per second. The Corps says it will stay at that level through at least Wednesday and that is putting a historic amount of pressure on the levee system. County leaders have been warning about this for years, which is why they've campaigned so hard for funding to bring the levees up to date. "It wasn't a matter of if, it was always just a matter of when.…
Police: 33-year-old man killed in Nevada rollover crash
A 33-year-old man was killed in a rollover crash near Eureka, Nevada on Tuesday, the Nevada Highway Patrol reports. The man, identified as Zachariah Schuchard of Spring Creek, Nevada, was driving a commercial truck on State Route 278 at about 7:30 a. m. For unclear reasons, Schuchard's vehicle drifted to the right and off the paved should of the road, NHP said in a press release. Schuchard steered left back into the road, causing his vehicle to rotate counterclockwise.
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Clueless Americans Don't Know Why We Celebrate 4th of July (VIDEO)
Mark Dice hits the beach in San Diego to test Americans knowledge about Independence Day
Dutch Fork High assistant principal gave drugs to former students, police say
Dutch Fork Assistant Principal Floyd White had his bond hearing Friday after being arrested for drug charges on Thursday.