Authorities seized eight guns, 300 plants, $7,000 in cash and 30 pounds of processed marijuana with an estimated value of $100,000.
LONDON (AP) — Workers at museums and galleries in Britain — including top tourist spots like the British Museum and the National Gallery — are going on strike.
The strikes, part of a campaign by members of a
A large tree split and fell, damaging a house in Southeast Portland Tuesday.
NEW YORK (AP) — The documentary crew that accompanied Dennis Rodman to North Korea over the winter says it had no idea it would meet the reclusive country’s young leader, Kim Jong Un, until he showed up at
It reduces the equivalent of 194 full-time positions, but could force only 26 actual layoffs.
The closure of Highway 30 from a mudslide forced emergency responders from other areas to handle calls normally taken by closer crews.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The geek-flavored G4 channel will become the Esquire Network in September.
NBCUniversal on Wednesday announced the rebranded channel’s Sept. 23 launch date. The channel is the namesake of Esquire magazine and is aiming to
MILAN (AP) — Franca Rame, an Italian actress and wife of Nobel laureate Dario Fo, died Wednesday at the age of 84 after a long illness.
Rame’s death was marked with a moment of silence in Parliament, where
NEW YORK (AP) — A healthy number of HBO subscribers were curious about Michael Douglas’ performance as Liberace in the TV movie “Behind the Candelabra.”
The Nielsen company said the 2.4 million people who tuned in to the
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Clarence Burke Jr., lead singer of the group the Five Stairsteps that sang the 1970 hit “O-o-h Child,” has died. He was 64.
Burke died on Sunday — a day after his birthday —
NEW YORK (AP) — The themes of Jack Welch’s next book: clarity and change.
The former General Electric CEO and his wife, Suzy Welch, have a deal with Harper Business for a book to come out in May
The non-approved wheat was the same strain as a genetically modified wheat that was tested by seed giant Monsanto a decade ago, but never approved.
Twenty-six-year-old Brian Hill was shot in his driveway more than 19-years-ago.
NEW YORK (AP) — CBS says Neil Patrick Harris is hosting the Emmys again.
It’s the second go-around for the TV, film and stage star. He last did the honors at the “Prime Time Emmy Awards” in 2009.
Doctors believe the baby will survive, but it’s too soon to know if there will be potential complications.
NEW YORK (AP) — Andre 3000′s mother died in her sleep early Tuesday at her Georgia home, a representative for the rapper at the firm Sunshine Sachs said Wednesday. Sharon Benjamin-Hodo was 58.
She died in Rex, Ga.
The proposal calls for a 4 percent excise tax on new bicycles sold in Oregon.
According to new estimates, no layoffs will be needed in the police and fire bureaus.
Troopers suspect he fell asleep at the wheel before going over the embankment.
NEW YORK (AP) — Never-before-seen photos of the Beatles by Ringo Starr will be included in his new book, titled “Photograph.”
An e-book will be published June 12 in conjunction with the upcoming Grammy Museum exhibit, “Ringo: Peace