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A Peoria man was sentenced to five years in prison after he pleaded guilty to stealing pricy equipment from Caterpillar Inc.
A father, mother and daughter from a posh Chicago suburb stole $7 million in merchandise during a decadelong shoplifting spree - traveling to stores nationwide and targeting dolls, toys, cosmetics and other valuables - according to a federal complaint released Wednesday.
More than 50 groups, organizations and coalitions have weighed in on gay marriage cases in Utah and Oklahoma with supporting court briefs - giving a Denver-based federal appeals court thousands of pages of arguments to consider.
Arby's has won the bid for Pharrell's famous hat.
The Cooksville Country Store's wooden floor is a mishmash of oak, maple, cherry and who knows what other woods. It is unfriendly to the store's lone shopping cart.
Utah lawmakers are now more than halfway through their 2012 legislative session. Besides some initial budget bills, lawmakers in both chambers have quickly approved a measure to raise the speed limit to 80 mph on more highways. They have also sent a measure to Gov. Gary Herbert that changes Utah's state tree from the blue spruce to the quaking aspen.
Pharrell's days as a mad hatter may be coming to an end.
Authorities in south-central Kansas are investigating several burglaries at rural elevators, but they say the crimes are difficult to solve because of the rural locations and the trusting nature of elevator owners.
When Menzo Hainline bought Hutchinson's Stamey Hotel in the spring of 1958 with plans to convert it into apartments, he told a reporter with The Hutchinson News he was renaming it the Landmark Hotel because "there's usually a landmark in every town, and this building is just that."
A former warehouse worker at the Kansas headquarters of the Garmin International has pleaded guilty to stealing GPS devices that were later sold on eBay and elsewhere.
A Romanian man has admitted his role in a scheme where buyers were duped into paying money for automobiles they had seen for sale online but never received.
Gina Smith's earliest memory as a child is watching The Beatles take the stage for the first time on "The Ed Sullivan Show" when she was 3 years old.
Utah Gov. Gary Herbert is calling for continued discussion on a potential move of the state prison.
Backers of a proposed dairy farm on Kauai said they hope to be producing milk for customers next year.
The Nationals will give out Jayson Werth garden gnomes in August, much to fans' delight.