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There are 90 people confirmed missing from the Saturday morning mudslide.
The proposal calls for reusing two city-owned buildings for a new creative arts and technology center.
By teaching woodworking to Latin Americans and finding them an outlet for their goods, Scott Landis gives them an incentive to sustain the woods rather than clear the land for farming.
The professor says students who want to twerk will have to do that on their own time.
Parker Gilbert, then a 20-year-old freshman from London, is accused of attacking a female student after entering her unlocked dorm room.
The reading at a buoy off Jonesport is under review because it was out of line with other readings.
The president and pope both appeared tense at the start of the audience, but were all smiles by the end of the meeting and seemed to have found a rapport.
A caller unconnected to the utility threatens to shut off power unless payment is made by credit card.
Melissa Smith's announcement comes in an era when it’s hard to separate family and business matters, especially for women in roles of power.
Auburn dipped to 16 degrees this morning and Augusta dropped to 13, both record lows for this date.
The actor was involved in a dispute with a man at a Los Angeles restaurant March 15 before he hit the man and knocked him out, according to police.
The Massachusetts governor will also receive an honorary degree.
Mayor Patrick Cannon was arrested Wednesday and accused of accepting bribes from undercover FBI agents posing as businessmen who wanted to do work with North Carolina’s largest city.
In mountain rivers and streambeds, the record-low flows have uncovered new chances to earn some extra money.
The knowledge that some bodies may remain entombed in the mud is difficult to accept.
Sulaiman Abu Ghaith is the highest-ranking al-Qaida figure to face trial on U.S. soil since the attacks.
Curtis Reissig drops from a fifth-floor balcony to the one below him so firefighters can reach him with a ladder.
Bahman Habibi, 28, stored the gun in his home after it was used by another man in a bank robbery and convenience store robbery.
The discount bookstore had a 30-year run, but sales dropped off in recent years as online buying grew.
Northwestern University plans to appeal the decision made in a case brought by their football players.