The revival of the nearly 40-year-old space saga has already dominated the box office and toy shelves. Now, it’s also been selected as The Associated Press Entertainer of the Year and is amassing support for Academy Awards consideration.
A Montana man is charged with threatening to shoot a boy for sharing information about a subplot of the new “Star Wars” movie during an online conversation.
After years of home broadband growth, slightly fewer adults in 2015 got Internet from providers like home phone or cable company, mostly because it’s too expensive for them.
Colombia contestant Ariadna Gutierrez Arevalo was already wearing the crown as this year’s Miss Universe winner when host Steve Harvey returned to apologize.
The Walt Disney Co. earnings destroy the previous opening record set by “Jurassic World,” which drew $208.8 million this summer.
Right now, in a store not too far away, there is a galaxy of new merchandise connected to “Star Wars: The Force Awakens.”
Setting your thermostat between 62 and 65 degrees will save you money while also ensuring your pipes don’t freeze.
The father of six has been documenting what it would be like to live with an elf and sharing it on his blog and social media.
The holiday season is the most popular time for the conservatory. It showcases thousands of poinsettias that are grown in Fort Wayne.
Enter for your chance to win a yearly supply of milk from Prairie Farms.
Still looking for the perfect dinner dessert that says ‘Merry Christmas’? Try the pear tart pie, created locally at La Dolce Vita in Roanoke.
Shigs In Pit was chosen as Indiana’s Best Barbecue by Visit Indiana and the public.
Mayor Tom Henry stopped by to recap the year, while looking ahead to 2016 and all the work being done behind the scenes on riverfront development.
The debut easily surpassed the previous Thursday night record of $43.5 million by 2011’s “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2.”
The former 48-year-old Stone Temple Pilots frontman had cocaine, ethanol and the amphetamine MDA in his system.
It’s setting records overseas, too, including the biggest single day ever in the United Kingdom with an estimated $14.4 million on Thursday.
Each year, the Library of Congress picks 25 movies to preserve for their cultural, historic or artistic importance.
The album has sold 30 million copies in the U.S. and Jackson is the first artist to receive 30-time multi-platinum status.
The company announced Tuesday its third five-year deal to keep Stern’s radio show at SiriusXM, together with a longer-term video arrangement that will allow fans to see as well as hear his program and have access to 30 years of career highlights.
Check out pictures taken in Hollywood on Monday, December 14 of of festivities related to arguably the most anticipated cinematic release of the year.