Do you ever wonder what it’s like to be the person getting the beautiful shots of the Daytona 500 from high above the race track?
The Supreme Court hears Packingham v. North Carolina, determining whether registered sex offenders have a legal right to use social media sites.
The 24/7 live webcam shows April the giraffe, who is expected to give birth at any moment.
Dizzy’s Gypsy Bistro in Little Rock, Arkansas, has adopted a new program to help the city’s homeless population.
Frank Rahly, of Wintersville, Ohio, turned 103 this week and his favorite restaurant helped him celebrate.
The competition is fierce this year and anyone could be going home with an Academy Award.
Ashley Hardacre’s Facebook post about a flannel shirt left on the windshield of her car has been shared more than 100,000 times.
Whether you prefer on-the-rocks or frozen, the margarita is the most common tequila-based cocktail in the United States.
Are your tablet, mobile phone and other smart devices giving away your secrets?
One police officer in Ohio is taking “protect and serve” to a new level.
According to studio estimates Sunday. “The Lego Batman Movie” topped the weekend with $34.2 million, sliding only 35 percent from the previous week.
LaBeouf was arrested in New York City last month after he got into an altercation with another man during the performance art project.
Jon Favreau is making a CGI created live-action version of the movie, similar to Disney’s remake of “The Jungle Book,” which he also directed.
The second edition of the all-ages festival is scheduled for the middle of September and organizers are promising even better things for 2017.
Area events that are free.
Todd Krieg wants you to know his fiancée is pregnant. He wants you to know something else, too…
A federal judge has dismissed a defamation lawsuit against comedian Bill Cosby, although he still faces criminal charges in Pennsylvania.
The Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department says a witness reported seeing Bieber fighting with two bartenders at a West Hollywood restaurant and then head butt a patron early Saturday morning.
What happens to your social media accounts after you die? Experts say preparing for your digital death is becoming more important.
Hashtags, emojis and even a rubber duck may replace dogs, cats and hats in an upcoming version.