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Ground has been broken for a September 11 memorial in southern Illinois.
The head of the state's gambling commission suggested on Tuesday that lawmakers hold off on key decisions about Internet gambling until after the panel completes the process of awarding casino licenses in Massachusetts.
Credit Suisse was the only bidder on three big sections of the struggling Tamarack Resort, and now owns almost every part of the ski resort.
Environmentalists and mountain bikers have reached agreement on a proposal for protecting the Boulder-White Clouds as a national monument.
Would Parmesan by any other name be as tasty atop your pasta? A ripening trade battle might put that to the test.
The Twin Tunnels on Interstate-70 near Idaho Springs could be getting a new name. A legislative committee voted Tuesday to rename them the "Veterans Memorial Tunnels."
The Utah Senate has given preliminary approval to a measure attempting to lure a private developer to build a 800 to 1,000-room convention center hotel in downtown Salt Lake City.
A St. Louis-based company is seeking approval to erect a giant Ferris wheel at Virginia Beach's Oceanfront.
Officials in Western Kentucky are expressing enthusiasm about a proposal to build a trail for hiking, bicycling and horseback riding that would stretch from Henderson County to Breckinridge County.