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A Massachusetts jury found the former New England Patriots star guilty in the 2013 death of Odin Lloyd.
Despite dry topsoil conditions in the northwestern corn belt agronomists are recommending farmers stick with their normal planting populations for…
Stephen Colbert is getting a medal — and it's no joke.
Nebraska Public Power District officials are concerned about recent scammers targeting utility customers.
Nebraska State Senators have sent on to final reading a measure to raise the state’s gas tax six cents a gallon over four years to fund roads and bridges.
When they're not on the court, Matt Bonner, Aron Baynes, Kawhi Leonard, and Patty Mills are in a band ... oh, and the Spurs Coyote is on keyboards.
Tuesday afternoon, Minnesota State Health officials announced USDA has confirmed eight more cases of highly pathogenic Avian Influenza in turkey farms in Minnesota.
Jack Warner, the Executive Director of the South Dakota Board of Regents will be retiring at the end of June.
The rocker will "be taking a break from performing live for a long period of time."
It was a fairly flat year for funding increases for education in South Dakota.
One of the big pushes for the last couple of years in the South Dakota legislature was work force development.
The trustees of the South Dakota State Retirement System are looking at some changes to make sure the fund does not run short in the future.
A collection of lost songs by the late Bee Gees star is set to be released three years after his death.
Britain's Conservative Party says it will push for American football, basketball, and baseball franchises to be based in the country.
They hop. They crawl. They squirm. And they could be coming to a dinner plate near you.
Huge majorities of both parties in Congress banded together to permanently reshape how Medicare pays doctors.
Bowl games paid more than a half billion dollars schools and conferences last year, an increase of almost $200 million from the final season of the Bowl Championship Series.
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The city of Boston faces a somber day as it marks the second anniversary of the bombing attack on its marathon that killed three people and injured 264.