Michael Pardue gets 2-year minimum sentence in a South Carolina rehab center
Michael Pardue, 61, who spent 28 years in prison on 3 murder convictions that were overturned in 2001, was given a 2-year minimum sentence in a South Carolina rehab center for a
New Akron coach John Groce hard at work retooling Zips basketball program (photos)
After 12 straight seasons of 21 wins or more, the Akron Zips are under new leadership with coach John Groce, who must fill his roster quickly for the 2017-2018 basketball season.
Three Cleveland Orchestra principals taking up solo roles on special program this week (preview)
Three Cleveland Orchestra principals are venturing out of their comfort zones this week, and there's no place any would rather be.
Pathways to Work program aims to help unemployed people in D.C.
D.C. Council member David Grosso met Wednesday with the inaugural class of the Pathways to Work job-readiness program to learn how private initiatives are helping tackle
Germ in raw milk, poultry now tops food poisoning list
The U.S. government's latest report card on food poisoning suggests that a germ commonly linked to raw milk and poultry is surpassing salmonella at the top of the culprit list. The
Health ministry grilled Dentsu president over alleged extra work at branches: sources
The health ministry questioned Dentsu Inc. President Toshihiro Yamamoto on a voluntary basis Thursday over allegations the advertising giant made its emplo
Waikerie community pays for public hospital repairs to keep operating theatre open
A Riverland town raises $131,000 to pay for air-conditioning maintenance at a public hospital after the South Australian Government said it could not afford it.
Village Cellar in downtown Hinsdale closing
Village Cellar, which sells packaged alcohol and beer and wine by the glass in downtown Hinsdale, is closing.
Can being skinny lead to depression in both men and women?
Research has shown obesity is linked to depressive symptoms. Can the same be true for people who are underweight?
Diet sodas may be tied to stroke, dementia risk
Artificially sweetened drinks, such as diet sodas, were associated with a higher risk of stroke and dementia in a study; the findings do not show a causal link.
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- 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
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