The Regional Watershed Advisory Task Force of the South Dakota legislature is meeting to discuss water management policy.
Prices for renting movies and video games will increase starting next week.
An announcement on whether a grand jury has indicted a white police officer in the fatal shooting of an unarmed black teenager is expected this afternoon.
Black Friday would be a scary shopping experience if it got the Hollywood treatment.
How a missing kitten made a 2,300-mile trip remains a mystery.
Florida State remains No. 1 with Alabama No. 2, Oregon third and Mississippi State fourth.
Hagel was appointed less than two years ago as Obama pushed his signature program of winding up wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.
The "Magic Mike" star is taking on an adaptation of young-adult novel "Forgive Me."
Competitive eater Joey Chestnut has won a turkey-eating contest, setting a record by devouring an entire bird.
Pope Francis conferred sainthood on six people on Sunday, praising their "creative" commitment to helping the poor.
An Iowa woman who was locked out of her apartment has been locked up after officers who helped her regain entry.
Six discarded images from the iconic album shoot have been sold at auction.
The "Game of Thrones" star wants more male nudity in the raunchy medieval-fantasy series.
The movie is expected to start filming next year.
It could be the greatest catch of his career: Watch Giants' wide receiver Odell Beckham pull in a TD with just one hand.
Here’s a look at some of the biggest sports stories making headlines today, Monday, Nov. 24. MANNING DIRECTS BRONCOS OVER…
Iowa’s top prison official says legal action is likely against the designers blamed for months of delays in opening a new state prison.
Officials say the high-voltage electrical transmission line that's proposed to cut through 220 miles of Nebraska's Sand Hills region is designed to have a positive impact on the entire state's power infrastructure.
The defending Super Bowl champions handed the Arizona Cardinals their second loss of the season with a 19-3 win.
Governor-elect Pete Ricketts promises to bring a fresh perspective to the prison problem in Nebraska.