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The "National Night Out" is a chance for you to meet your neighbors and become friends, in a effort to not only look out for each other, but also to foster friendships.
Authorities in Christian County are looking for a man they say led police on a high speed chase before fleeing a car on foot.
A new financial report from former Congressman Aaron Schock's political action committee shows campaign money has been spent since he left Congress.
An ethics lawsuit may factor into next year's U.S. Senate race.
Sophia Eggleston, of Detroit, Michigan has filed a $300 million lawsuit claiming the show's central character Cookie, played by Taraji P. Henson, is so similar to her that creator Lee Daniels must have used her as his muse.
The "Iron Man" star is once again Hollywood's highest paid man.
Dave Evans, who was eventually replaced by Bon Scott, is planning a book about his time in the music business.
The plan, which also mandates a shift to renewable energy from coal-fired electricity, is meant to put the U.S. in a strong position at international talks in Paris later this year on reaching a deal to curb global warming.
Blagojevich is hoping the full court will overturn more counts.
The Sangamon County State's Attorney has charged the older brother of a Springfield teenager shot and killed last week with murder.
New concussion standards for students have been signed into law by the governor.
With challenging workouts from ultra-marathons to endurance events on obstacle courses all the rage, fitness experts say more and more weekend warriors are leaping into extreme activities before looking into the perils of overdoing it.
Warner Brothers says the popular fantasy role-playing game is being converted into a feature film.
The National Baseball Congress is suspending the use of bat boys and girls during its World Series in Kansas following the death of a 9-year-old boy who was hit by a bat.
One of the most iconic wrestlers in the history of the WWE died last week at the age of 61.
Now that the Senate has derailed Republican legislation halting federal dollars for Planned Parenthood, one thing seems clear: Many on both sides think they can ring up gains from the battle.
Stanley Cup winner Mathieu Schneider is among four new inductees to the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame.
Massachusetts prosecutors said on Monday that an anonymous caller, who told lawyers for former NFL star Aaron Hernandez that one of the jurors who found him guilty of murder should have been disqualified, had a sexual relationship with the athlete.
"Men in Black" star Will Smith took the unusual step of publicly shooting down a report that he and his actress wife of 17 years had decided to divorce.