Spring is exactly two weeks away and today's weather is giving us a hint the season. The temperatures will be in the 50s the next few days and we'll flirt with 60 degrees on Monday.
St. Jude gives Ellen Degeneres special thank you for $1.5 million Oscar 'selfie.' Samsung pledged to donate $3 million to Ellen's favorite charities, and St. Jude received a generous portion of it.
Staples to shutter 225 stores as sales move online. The nation's largest office-supply retailer said that nearly half of its sales are now generated online, so it will aggressively cut costs to become more efficient.
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2-year-old suspended from daycare for cheese sandwich. The toddler snuck a sandwich into class, violating the daycare's strict policy.
Greenpeace P&G protest raises security concerns. Several zip-lining protestors were arrested after hanging banners from the Procter & Gamble towers on Tuesday. The ease in which they pulled off the stunt have many concerned with security.
Woman brings loaded handgun to Job and Family Services Building. Thanks to an x-ray machine, authorities spotted the gun at the Central Parkway building.
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The Philippines government says a child missing after a vehicle plowed into pedestrians in Barcelona is the 7-year-old son of a Filipino woman who had been living in Australia.
Mason County Fire crews responded to the Ohio River around 1:30 Saturday for a crash involving two boats, according to county dispatchers.
Conservative activists and leftist counter-protesters are preparing for a rally on Boston Common that could draw thousands a week after a demonstration in Virginia turned deadly.
Duke University has removed a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee days after it was vandalized.
Baxter, a three-year veteran of the department, died later in a hospital and Howard, a 10-year veteran, was in serious condition.