In 10 minutes, pair steals $1,400 worth of merchandise
Town of Niagara Police said that two women spent no more than 10 minutes inside the Victoria's Secret store at the Fashion Outlets of Nia...
Hypocrisy, Misinformed, or Both: The Anti-Mining 21st Century American
In the last few years, our business has worked on exploration projects and mine sites in approximately 25 different states. Alaska to Hawaii, California to New York, our trucks and
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.
The perilous, high-stakes question of what to call the PawSox once they move
The Worcester Mitten Kittens? The Worcester Tube Sox? The Worcester Hot Weiners? Nothing’s off the table it appears when it comes to renaming the PawSox.
Coatesville doctor on the run sighted near Chester County Hospital
WEST CHESTER—The Coatesville doctor wanted by the U.S. Marshals is desperate and likely homeless, and was sighted this week near the Chester County Hospital.
Feds: St. Rose grad destroyed more than 50 campus computers
ALBANY - A College of St. Rose graduate has been arrested for allegedly using an electronic device to destroy more than 50 computers on campus earlier this month, federal prosecutors said Vishwanath Akuthota, 26, of Albany, was arrested Friday in North Carolina on a warrant charging him with intentionally causing damage to protected computers Akuthota allegedly entered numerous locations around the Saint Rose campus Feb. 14 and used a device known as a "USB killer" to destroy the machines. The device resembles a normal USB stick, but sends a rapid series of power surges into the computer, destroying its components. Akuthota is a citizen of India. He's in the United States on a student visa. According…
Teen shot in Port Hueneme said to be in critical condition
A 17-year-old was critically injured after getting shot Sunday night in Port Hueneme, authorities said.
Fatz Cafe in Evans closes
Updated Feb 20, 2019 at 11:19 AM The Fatz Cafe in Evans on North Belair Road abruptly closed on Tuesday. The Taylors, S.C.-based chain opened the location in early 2004. [AMANDA KING/THE AUGUSTA CHRONICLE] ▲ The Fatz Cafe in Evans on North Belair Road abruptly closed on Tuesday. The Taylors, S.C.-based chain opened the location in early 2004. [SPECIAL] ▲ The Fatz Cafe restaurant in Evans has closed after 15 years in operation "Sorry y'all, this location has closed," a sign posted on the door as of Tuesday said. "We've enjoyed providing southern hospitality to our community over the years." The Taylors, S.C.-based chain, which has rebranded itself Fatz Southern Kitchen, did not immediately return phone…
The Free-Form Funeral
Led by baby boomers, families are turning to personalized and symbolic memorials to bid farewell to loved ones.
Tennant is moving its headquarters from Golden Valley to Eden Prairie
The company will keep its main manufacturing plant in Golden Valley