Harris Teeter partners with BP for a fuel rewards program for VIC shoppers
Harris Teeter is partnering with BP to offer Fuel Points reward discounts for Teeter VIC card shoppers when they fuel up at BP and Amoco gas stations. The program is effective Oct. 2, 2018.
UPDATED: Man killed in plane crash northwest of Enid identified
Trooper Lisa Jorgensen said the name of the man is being withheld until his next of kin could be notified. She said the crash occurred about 7 a.m. Tuesday.
Bogus gun research underpins calls for overreaching gun control
Government’s desire to control us — and to lie to make its case — is the real emergency.
Tennant is moving its headquarters from Golden Valley to Eden Prairie
The company will keep its main manufacturing plant in Golden Valley
The reason why Scottie Pippen is divorcing wife Larsa
NBA Hall of Famer Scottie Pippen surprised pop culture when he raced to the county courthouse to file for divorce from his wife of 19 years, Larsa. But what was not known at the time was the source…
Middletown man faces animal cruelty charges in guinea pig molestation case
A Middletown man facing charges that he sexually abused a guinea pig in a pet store parking lot last month has denied any wrongdoing and said he was only trying
London Beit Din Dayan Resigns, Cites Falling Short of Standards
Rabbi Abraham said he had been “under exceptional strain and stress for some time which has taken its inevitable toll."
I-24 mudslide: TDOT says new lanes to open on time, traffic to start moving March 15
Round-the-clock work continues on the stretch of I-24 covered in mud after a February landslide north of Nashville.
I-24 is closed for at least a week due to a mudslide. So what does that mean for your commute to...
A landslide has shut down a portion of Interstate 24 for at least the next week, which will mean a headache for anyone commuting in from Clarksville to Nashville.
How high did heavy rain push Lake Cumberland? Way past the old record.
Heavy rain pushed the elevation of Lake Cumberland in Southern Kentucky to a new record well past the old high-water mark, according to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Heavy releases from the lake are causing flooding.