Red Sox notebook; Double-A prospect Tzu-Wei Lin makes start at third base
Elite prospect Rafael Devers entered yesterday with a .904 OPS for Double-A Portland, but the Red Sox went with a different Sea Dogs infielder as their starting third baseman last
WATCH: Florida cop makes up law to ticket black man for walking without identification
According to the Miami Herald, a police officer in Jacksonville, Florida incorrectly cited a law requiring identification for drivers when giving a ticket to a black man for
Joe Biden makes a splash, returns to his old lifeguard chair
Joe Biden, makes a splash, returns to lifeguard chair
Is coffee your friend or foe? Genetics makes a difference
More than half of American adults drink coffee daily. But how does that caffeine affect us, biologically? It depends on genetics.
Trump administration to hold Cook Inlet oil and gas lease sale in June
In another sign of the Trump administration's efforts to support industrial activity, more than 1 million acres in Cook Inlet will go on the auction block.
Meet the robots that will be crawling inside Valdez pipelines this summer
An Alyeska engineer discovered the Russian robots during a Google search.
Cook Inlet oil producer delays planned exploration until tax dust settles
Cook Inlet Energy has delayed for a year plans to hunt for oil and gas at a new prospect. The company has blamed legislative uncertainty over oil taxes.
Hilcorp plans $75M project to remove dangers of oil tanks located near Redoubt volcano
Hilcorp Alaska said it plans to seek regulatory approval to move the oil across Cook Inlet by subsea pipeline instead of using tankers.
Alaska asking US Supreme Court to overturn decision giving Cook Inlet salmon management to feds
The state is asking the nation's highest court to consider whether the state or federal governments should manage the Southcentral Alaska fishery.
In the place where the trans-Alaska pipeline runs farthest from roads, quiet reigns
At Gold Run Creek, the trans-Alaska pipeline is 9 miles from the nearest road as the crow flies. The stillness is noticeable.
- Fort Mill prostitution sting near NC state line nets multiple arrests
- ‘Tundra be dammed’: Beavers head north, leaving their mark on the Arctic
- When unpaid student loan bills mean you can’t work
- A dying veteran in Atlanta needed CPR. Hidden video shows his nurse laughing instead.
- Thousands flock to Detroit for Father Solanus Casey beatification Mass
- Volleyball: Owls' season ends in 3A final loss to Northern-Calvert
- With 'so many hits,' Janet Jackson delivers pop, R&B excellence at Royal Farms Arena
- Police to clear crime scene of detective's killing in West Baltimore on Monday
- Why our passion for the great Ashes rivalry hasn't gone cold
- Boy 14, among 3 shot on Northwest, West sides Sunday
- More flights mean busy holiday week at Tucson airport
- Robert Mugabe, Zimbabwe's president for 37 years, resigning, official says
- Mel Tillis, Country Music Hall of Famer, dies at 85
- After another apology, Bill O'Neill says those wishing to return his donations should refund him
- Browns pre-game buzz on Peyton Manning, Haslams' meeting with players, Leonard Fournette and more
- Rabalais: LSU's wet, ugly victory over Tennessee felt a lot more like fight for survival
- Baton Rouge, New Orleans, Lafayette Area People in Business for Nov. 19, 2017
- The Latest: Drivers give Dale Jr. lengthy standing ovation
- Country music legend Mel Tillis dead at age 85