Adacia Chambers is being held on preliminary counts of second-degree murder.
The University of Mississippi quietly took down the state flag on Monday, heeding the calls of those who say its divisive Confederate battle emblem is harming the school’s future in an age of diversity.
The UAW said local union leaders will meet Wednesday in Detroit to vote on the tentative agreement.
The 25-year-old woman accused in the deaths of four people at the Oklahoma State homecoming parade is scheduled to appear in court Monday, after witnesses said she drove her car into spectators with such force that she sent bodies flying into the air.
Six thousand drug felons are set for release around Nov. 1 as part of a national effort to reduce what have now been deemed too-harsh drug laws.
Three federal cyberstalking cases that surfaced within a few days of each other in the Cincinnati area have underscored widening challenges in protecting susceptible youths from wily predators.
The Coast Guard is warning boaters to stay away from the area, which is about two miles south of the Canadian border, because it could be dangerous to breathe in the fumes from the solvent.
Christie spokeswoman Samantha Smith says he accidentally took a seat in the quiet car while traveling from Washington on Sunday morning.
Saunders was diagnosed with Hodgkin lymphoma in June and doctors called it “treatable and curable,” when the Timberwolves made the diagnosis public in August.
April Miller and Karen Roberts stood before a minister Saturday night, hand-in-hand, and said the two words they fought for months to exchange.
Opponents of the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, said the justices will face one challenge to the law after another until it is significantly changed or repealed.
Some OSU players knelt on the sideline in prayer before the game as the victims were remembered with a moment of silence.
One of those deputies escaped serious injury thanks to their protective vest.
Back in 2001, 10 people, including two OSU men’s basketball players, were killed in a plane crash while returning from a game in Colorado.
President Barack Obama on Saturday called for capping standardized testing at 2 percent of classroom time and Indiana legislators are set to tackle issues facing education in the state this week.
The United Auto Workers union and General Motors Co. have reached a tentative agreement on a new four-year contract, avoiding a strike for now.
Police say another 44 people were injured when a 25-year-old woman crashed her vehicle into the crowed gathering for the parade.
A ballot proposal before Ohio voters next month would be the first in the nation to legalize both medical and recreational marijuana in a single vote.