Apex police fatally shoot armed man; 2nd officer-involved shooting in Wake in 6 days
Apex Police and Wake County Sheriff’s Office responded to an incident where a law enforcement officer fatally shot and killed a man Thursday night.
Milo police officer involved in shooting in Medford
An officer with the Milo Police Department was involved in a shooting in Medford on Friday.
How Alabama newspapers covered Donald Trump's victory
Here are the front pages from Alabama newspapers today after the election of Donald Trump as the 45th president of the United States.
Police: Trenton man killed, body found in Langhorne Borough
Jamar Tucker, 36, suffered an apparent gunshot to the head, police said. It was unknown if the shooting happened in the 300 block of South Bellevue Avenue,
Catch more catfish with this one tip
It’s not uncommon, especially during colder months, for catfish to hit baits without taking the hook in their mouths. These short strikes can be frustrating for anglers and often result in a long day of catching nothing. Capt. David Hilton had a few of those days in his years of fishing, but he found the solution for it some time ago.
State bound: Pioneers edge Enid in regional championship
Drew Blake gave up what would become the tying run to the first batter he faced Monday night at Couch Park.
STAR rebates in New York: Why tax assessors are 'vehemently opposed' to new changes
Tax assessors in New York are ripping a law means homeowners earning between $250,000 and $500,000 a year will get a check for STAR rebates.
Tompkins Cortland Community College graduate dies after one-car crash in Dryden
A 26-year-old woman died after a crash that happened on Livermore Road in the early morning on Wednesday.
The Economy’s Last Best Hope: Superstar Middle Managers
Only a third of U.S. workers feel inspired at work, and a Gallup analysis suggests that’s hurting the economy. What if it all can be fixed by hiring better bosses?
Top NDDOT official resigns after stinging workplace investig...
BISMARCK — The North Dakota Department of Transportation has accepted the resignation effective Friday, May 3, of one of its top officials after a workplace investigation. Driver’s License Division Director Glenn Jackson, 63, was accused of favoritism, workplace harassment, unprofessional conduct...