The pension had been taken away from former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky three years ago when he was sentenced to decades in prison on child molestation convictions.
With your help, families who are struggling this holiday season have a reason to hope that they will not be forgotten.
The justices will hear arguments over a Texas law that would leave about 10 abortion clinics open across the state.
With National Children’s Grief Awareness Day around the corner, a group is raising awareness about the thousands of estimated grieving children in the community.
Ursula Haverbeck, a prominent neo-Nazi, was charged with Holocaust denial after claiming Auschwitz wasn’t a death camp.
The Daughters of the American Revolution is hosting a ceremony Saturday afternoon to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Vietnam War.
Rescue 4 arrived Friday to the National Military History Center in Auburn as part of a national tour in memory of its 9-member crew killed in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
The arrest was made after police in Bluffton found what appeared to be a meth lab in an apartment Thursday.
Police haven’t yet identified the hoodie-wearing suspect in 28-year-old Amanda Blackburn’s death.
The shift is one of the largest-scale examples of agribusiness adapting to consumers’ growing sensitivities and anxieties over how their food is treated before it is on their plates.
The regulations are tailored to cover foods and growing methods that pose the greatest risk, and they target produce such as berries, melons, leafy greens and other items usually eaten raw and more prone to contamination.
The laser tag arcade had to close after a fire destroyed the building just a week ago.
Carver Non-Woven Technologies, a manufacturer of non-woven parts, will move into the former Amcast Automotive plant at 706 E. Depot St. in Fremont.
Kia says in documents filed with the government that the adhesive that holds steering gear parts together may not be strong enough and the parts can separate. That can cause loss of steering, increasing the risk of a crash.
Campbell Soup Co. announced the recall after receiving complaints that pieces of red plastic from the cans lining had been found in some cans.
Mohammed Emwazi, a Kuwaiti-born British citizen, was the target of an airstrike in Raqqa, Pentagon press secretary Peter Cook said in a statement. Officials were assessing the results of the strike, he said.
The discovery was made by police after they responded to reports of a suspicious person at an apartment complex.
He was supposed to receive an award for making more than 100 DUI arrests. But alcohol got in the way.