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A Monroe, Mich., band teacher is on paid administrative leave because he reportedly duct-taped a student’s ankles to a chair. Parents identified the Jefferson High School teacher as Brian Sullivan.
Because of broadcast rights, non-CBS affiliate stations around the country are prohibited from showing NCAA Tournament highlights until the day after the games. That's just not good enough for the folks at WCJB in Gainesville, Fla.
Actress Kate O'Mara, best known for her role in the 1980s soap opera Dynasty, has died at the age of 74. Her agent Phil Belfield said O'Mara died Sunday in a nursing home in southern England after a short illness.
That’s a shock. A lightning bolt blitzed a Seattle church on Saturday, narrowly missing the faithful as it blasted a hole above the altar. "I've never seen lightning like that in Seattle," passerby Anson Allseit told KING 5. "It shook the ground."
When CC Sabathia was one of the Yankees’ big offseason acquisitions in 2009, he was surprised how quickly he felt comfortable in his new baseball life.
So Sandy Alderson thinks the Mets can win 90 games this year? Right. Well, throughout the spring, the Daily News asked rival players, managers and scouts about the players the Mets hope will surprise people. Here's what they had to say ...
Chelsea Handler is stepping down from her late night show "Chelsea Lately." The 39-year-old comedian will exit E! once her contract runs out this year, her manager Irving Azoff told The Hollywood Reporter.
A Catholic priest at University of Alaska Fairbanks was arrested for a triad of alleged sins including drunk driving, marijuana and packing heat. Father Sean P. Thomson, 52, told an Alaska state trooper he was drunk and handed over a receipt instead of a vehicle registration on Monday night.
Not everyone is e-vited to this party, because Derek Jeter will be visiting only four National League stadiums this year. The Arizona Diamondbacks won’t be able to give him a No. 2 jersey from the 2011 All-Star Game at Chase Field which he skipped.
A heartless hack mowed down a Taxi and Limousine Commission lieutenant during a Queens car stop Sunday afternoon dragging her body down the street before speeding away, police and a commission spokesman said. The unidentified city official, working alongside a male inspector, had tried to question the cabbie near the corner of Sutphin Blvd. and Archer Ave., in Jamaica, at around 1:20 p.m.
She’s a bull’s best friend. A Florida sheriff’s deputy hopped in a muddy pond and held a drowning bovine’s head above water until the aging beast could be pulled to safety. A man mowing grass spotted the 20-year-old cow struggling in the water on Friday and called for help.
At the end of the month when the big news was Phil Jackson returning to New York City, with what you have to say is a much better job than he had nearly 50 years ago when he first hit town, the news becomes baseball on Monday, a little after 1 o’clock in the afternoon.
The Captain is ready to set sail on his final voyage.Surrounded by a new cast of characters, Derek Jeter is preparing for one last run with the Yankees, hoping to go out on an even higher note than Mariano Rivera did last season.
Channing Tatum made one teen's dream come true when he puckered up. Alisa Finley is an 18-year-old Kansas native who is battling cancer. After she received a grim diagnosis about the brain tumor that was found, the teen created a bucket list and a kiss from Tatum ranked No. 1.
Heavy rains overnight may have contributed to large sinkholes that appeared Sunday in the city. Rob Rosado saw his van partially swallowed up by one of the pavement pits on New Utrecht Ave. at 39th St. in Borough Park, Brooklyn.
Michael Kiner told The Score that once the school year ended in California during his childhood and teenage years, he, his mother, and his younger brother and sister would pack up the car and drive cross-country from the West Coast to New York.
Two days after shutting the door on his career as a congressman, House Intelligence Committee Chairman Mike Rogers refused to shut the door on a possible presidential run.
"Noah" stormed past the cinematic competition to grab the top spot at the box office in its debut weekend. The biblical blockbuster, starring Russell Crowe, sailed away with $44 million, according to studio estimates.
Republican insiders want more Bush. A growing number of influential donors and longtime party figures are clamoring for former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush to run for President in 2016, according to The Washington Post.
A British lawmaker has had to quit his ministerial job after claims emerged he paid a Brazilian rent boy for sex and drugs. Mark Menzies, a MP for the family-friendly Conservative Party, even gave his paid-for teenage lover a tour around the British Houses of Parliament.