Like most eighth-graders, Natalie Vonderheide, Lexi Schaffer and Catherine Steinkamp spend hours on their devices online. But the St. Dominic students follow some simple tips to stay safe.
The Missouri State Highway Patrol reported a 2004 Freightliner driven by Harry R. Riley, 52, of Hannibal, was northbound on Highway 19, south of Brinkman Road, at 4:40 p.m. The patrol said the vehicle traveled off the right side of the road and overturned
Two Calhoun County residents charged with drug induced homicide in connection with the March death of a Milton man pleaded not guilty Tuesday in Pike County Circuit Court.
The howling wind coming in from right field, coupled with a butter-soft infield saturated by recent rains, made getting a solid hit difficult during Wednesday's Class 2A Beardstown Sectional baseball semifinal. Tommy Ray's dominance made it that much harder. The lanky sophomore allowed just three balls hit out of the infield, saw just one runner to reach third base and didn't give up a hit in the final four innings as Quincy Notre Dame won 1-0 over Maroa-Forsyth at Ed Lewis Field.
MILITARY service is a life-changing event, and proposed legislation now pending in the Illinois Senate could help smooth veterans' transition back into civilian life. This bill is a good start. It has some common-sense efforts to help veterans of any era,
The top administrator at North Carolina's health insurance plan for state employees and teachers has abruptly left the job
After two years of silence amid an onslaught of sexual assault allegations, comedian Bill Cosby is sending targeted messages about racial bias across the media landscape ahead of his June 5 trial in suburban Philadelphia
New Zealand's conservative government is planning to reduce taxes and spend more money on building roads and railways as it looks to cash in on a thriving economy