Jerry Springer at parade as he mulls Ohio governor run

Springer made a failed bid for governor in 1982 and twice considered running for U.S. Senate. He bounced back from a prostitution scandal in the 1970s to win election to a term as Cincinnati mayor.

Steely Dan co-founder, guitarist, Walter Becker dies at 67

Donald Fagen said in a statement Sunday that his Steely Dan bandmate was not only “an excellent guitarist and a great songwriter” but also “smart as a whip,” ”hysterically funny” and “cynical about human nature, including his own.”

Houston braces for new flooding, chemical plant burns anew

Officials announced “proactive measures” to ignite the six remaining trailers at the Arkema plant in Crosby, but said it wouldn’t pose any additional risk to the community. People living within a mile and a half of the site are still evacuated.

Wildfires surge amid scorching heat across US West

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti declared a local emergency. At the state level, Gov. Jerry Brown did the same for the county after the wildfire destroyed three homes and threatened hillside neighborhoods.

Fort Wayne Drops Home Match to Western Michigan

Despite holding its fourth straight opponent scoreless in the first half, the Fort Wayne women’s soccer team fell to Western Michigan at Hefner Soccer Complex 1-0 on Sunday (Sept. 3).