Penn’s interview with Guzman, who has twice escaped from Mexican maximum security prisons, appeared late Saturday on the website of Rolling Stone magazine.
Idaho Fish and Game officials said they couldn’t definitely explain the abnormality on the mountain lion’s head.
Brandon Sherwin, the son of Tim Sherwin, who played for the Colts in the 1980s, was reportedly found dead inside a house.
The ‘Dig This!’ exhibit runs through April.
According to a CBS News article, Chinese stocks took a nosedive Thursday. This caused Asian currencies and oil prices to drop affecting investors across the globe.http://www.cbsnews.com/news/china-stocks-plunge-triggering-another-market-halt/
To help its customers prepare for the winter season, Indiana Michigan Power is offering emergency mobile alerts, free of charge.
Police are investigating and say the forklift used to lift the machine off its foundation was stolen from a construction site about a mile away.
A city official said the man sprayed himself and his sofa with rubbing alcohol and lit a cigarette.
The bomber flew low over South Korea on Sunday, a clear show of force from the United States as a Cold War-style standoff deepened between that country and North Korea.
The second-term governor is slated to hold a town-hall meeting in Council Bluffs on Sunday. Iowa holds its caucuses on Feb. 1.
A tricky fix is in the works to plug a massive gas leak from an underground storage well that has sickened residents of a Los Angeles neighborhood for 11 weeks.
“El Chapo” Guzman might yet become a Hollywood subject. Drug lords — both fictitious and real— have long captured attention as lead characters in movies and TV.
Links to travel alerts, tips for driving and the list of closings in the area.
The car hit the utility pole and wires caught on fire, prompting officers to close about a mile-long section of Lake Avenue for less than two hours.
Legislators face a debate over a push to extend LGBT civil rights protections.
Jeremy Hill got stripped of the ball. Vontaze Burfict led with his shoulder head-high. Adam “Pacman” Jones lost his cool. In a matter of seconds, Cincinnati let it all slip away.
Austin Mack finished with three catches and 31 yards as the East team lost to the West 37-9.
IPFW men’s volleyball was unable to complete a comeback as the Mastodons dropped a thrilling four set home match to No. 13 Stanford (26-28, 29-27, 22-25, 26-28).
4A No. 1 Homestead downed their third ranked opponent in the last two weeks and Austin Boucher put up 34 points in South Side’s loss to Marion in an exciting Saturday of high school hoops.