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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Wilson
Expect traffic delays at midnight Tuesday on Interstate 495 as the Woodrow Wilson Memorial Bridge is opened to allow a boat through on the Potomac River.
The 219-189 roll call Friday by which the House agreed to an amendment that blocks the federal government from interfering with states that permit the use of medical marijuana.
A puppy found at a St. Louis home with a bungee cord wrapped his neck has recovered and is getting a new home.
A Tampa Bay-area jail inmate has died, a day after he was found hanging in his cell.
The U.S. and Canadian Coast Guards are searching for a western New York man who went boating on Lake Ontario and didn't return.
An autopsy on a missing teenager whose skeletal remains were discovered last December in a shallow grave near Weatherford show she died from two apparent gunshot wounds to the head.
South Carolina coach Dawn Staley's loaded offseason just got even busier.
South Carolina players won't have to wait for fans and experts to raise expectations about what's ahead for the Gamecocks - coach Dawn Staley is doing that herself.
A 34-year-old Detroit man has been charged with aggravated assault in connection with a reported attack on the principal of his child's school.
A'ja Wilson, considered one of the nation's top women's basketball recruits, announced Wednesday she will play for South Carolina.
For the past 10 years, Gerald Tyner has looked forward to seeing tobacco buyout payments arrive.
From the on-deck circle, Justin Smoak couldn't blame the Angels for walking Robinson Cano to load the bases in the third inning.
Banjo, guitar and fiddle meld in a tinny twang. Their players pluck out bluegrass standards and country anthems, old tunes echoing through an older space.
When Nicolas Romero moved to Berks County, he faced the challenges of missing his family and friends back in Colombia, navigating a new school and making new friends with those who had grown up here and already had established social circles.
Police in Wilson are looking for a man accused of taking 18 large trash bins from his employer and selling them for scrap.