Honoring NH's famed children's author Tomie dePaola
Honoring NH's famed children's author Tomie dePaola
WOODSTOCK, Ala. (AP) — A man featured in the hit podcast “S-Town" that chronicled events in a rural Alabama community was shot and killed by police during a weekend standoff in the town, authorities said Monday. Joseph Tyler Goodson, 32, of Woodstock, was shot and killed by officers after he barricaded himself inside a home and “brandished a gun" at officers early Sunday, the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency said. The agency's statement said the Woodstock Police Department had initially responded
The town is just 20 km (12 miles) north of the Russian-held city of Donetsk, part of the eastern Donbas region which Russia's military has been fighting to control since failing to take Kyiv at the start of its February 2022 invasion of Ukraine. Ukrainian officials acknowledge that not a single building remains intact in the town.
Tennessee defensive end James Pearce was arrested on traffic charges after a stop on Monday, according to a published report. Knoxville police wrote in a report obtained by the Knoxville News Sentinel that police clocked the All-SEC first-team selection driving a 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee 63 mph in a 35 mph zone. Police wrote in the report that the sport-utility vehicle had expired temporary tags and that Pearce failed to provide identification or proof of insurance.
NFL official Nick Piazza was injured after Saints running back Alvin Kamara collided with him in the second quarter of Sunday's game.
The Ada County Coroner’s Office said two women killed Sunday night were both shot in the head.
Micro-communities are a key part of Mayor Mike Johnston’s goal of getting 1,000 people off the streets by the end of this year.
Despite public’s fear of unhoused people, many living on street fear violence against them as well, according to experts
The oft-quoted Benjamin Franklin once said, “if you fail to plan, you plan to fail.” In that vein, the Southeast College shared their five-year strategic plan with the Moosomin Chamber of Commerce at their latest meeting. Dr. Vicky Roy, Southeast College CEO, started her presentation with how a big part of the college’s plan is reaching out to different demographics. “We are in this together,” she said. “Internally, we want to provide access to education to different demographics, if we’re talki
Blayre Turnbull's hat trick was years in the making. About 14 minutes into the first period of the first pre-season Professional Women's Hockey League (PWHL) game, Toronto's Blayre Turnbull put a puck past Boston goaltender Cami Kronish.And then she did it again, and again. Powered by Turnbull's three goals, Toronto defeated Boston 5-3 in pre-season action in the PWHL on Monday in Utica, N.Y., where teams have gathered all week for games, meetings and practices before the inaugural season begins
Road rage shooter still on the loose after teen driver shot in OKC
"The comment I made was not about 'black media' or the 'black community.' I was specifically referring to black award shows in particular," the rocker wrote on Instagram
Former Mountie Bernie Herman is on trial for the 2021 death of 26-year-old Braden Herman. The two are not related. Braden Herman’s brother, Brett Herman, says it’s difficult but they want justice. (Dec. 4, 2023)
The port of entry in Lukeville, Arizona may be closed, but it's not stopping the surge of migrants from entering near the town through holes in the border wall.
Global property prices in most major markets will rise over the next two years, albeit at a slightly slower pace than predicted three months ago as strong demand and tight supply overshadow higher interest rates, a Reuters poll found. Home prices across the developed world have defied analysts' expectations, as they predicted at the start of the year prices would register double-digit falls from COVID-19-era peaks. While price rises are expected to continue into next year and 2025, higher mortgage rates and the lack of supply of affordable homes will restrict prices from rising too much.
Tory MPs revolt in vote for amendment to victims and prisoners bill to establish compensatory body
This is where the New York Jets are at right now: Someone will start at quarterback Sunday against the Houston Texans. Well, unless they run the wildcat all game. You never know in what has become a brutally bad year on offense for the Jets (4-8), who have lost five in a row and appear headed to a 13th straight season without a playoff appearance. Trevor Siemian could get the nod Sunday with a full week working with the starters. Or maybe Zach Wilson will be back from the bench. Probably not Tim
City, state leaders join forces on where new Oklahoma County Jail should be
UTEP hired coach Scotty Walden away from Austin Peay on Monday, hoping the 34-year-old Texan's return to his home state can revive the Miners' moribund program. Walden led Austin Peay to the FCS team's first undefeated conference record this season with a 9-3 overall record and a 6-0 mark in the United Athletic Conference. The Governors were No. 10 in the NCAA's FCS coaches poll but lost to Chattanooga 24-21 in the first round of the FCS playoffs.
A prominent disinformation scholar who left Harvard University in August has accused the school of muzzling her speech and stifling — then dismantling — her research team as it launched a deep dive in late 2021 into a trove of Facebook files she considers the most important documents in internet history. The actions impacting Joan Donovan's work coincided with a $500 million donation to Harvard by a foundation run by Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan. In a whistleblowe
Andrew Delancey says former Fox News executive Justin Wells attacked him in 2008. Delancey also said his supervisor discouraged him from reporting the incident.