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A Florida man got a dose of karma when he was run over by his own truck after getting out to bang on another driver's window.
The rates of vaccination against the sexually transmitted virus that causes cervical and other types of cancer remain too low, federal health officials say.
A look back at the headlines that made history.
The Illinois High School Association is being sued for refusing to release details about its finances
OSU has fired the director of its celebrated marching band amid allegations he knew about "serious cultural issues" including sexual harassment.
Pro Bowl running back Ray Rice has been suspended without pay for the first two games of the season for violating the league's personal conduct policy.
The Korean War National Museum in Springfield was re-dedicated the same way Fighting in the Korean War ended... with Marine Bob Ericson playing taps on his bugle.
The Quinn campaign says it’s against the sales tax on services proposed by Republican governor candidate Bruce Rauner.
A Greenfield food processing plant has been forced to close because of repeated violations.
The actor's disorderly conduct case is adjourned until the fall.
The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits fell to the lowest level in more than eight years last week.
San Diego Padres outfielder Cameron Maybin has been suspended for 25 games.
The State Department says its global database for issuing travel documents has crashed, causing major delays for travelers.
Art is imitating life, as the "Baby" hitmaker is cast as a convicted criminal in his ex-girlfriend's movie.
The rapper has slammed rumors suggesting he's the "ghostwriter" behind Iggy Azalea's success.
Seventeen years after Tyson nibbled off part of Holyfield's ear in a championship bout, the boxer-turned-actor will be on hand to salute his former foe.