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Princeton’s Palmer Field, 1951. An autumn classic matching the unbeaten Tigers, with star tailback Dick Kazmaier—a gifted passer,…

A local pizza shop will be taking over an Ohio State University campus storefront left vacant by a national chain. The owners of Cafe Napolitana Pizzeria & Bar downtown will be opening another location at Gateway University District previously occupied by PizzaRev. It will be called Aracri Pizzeria. BROUGHT TO YOU BY Palmo and Deanne Aracri tell...

Mr. Steve, who always went to the same Chick-fil-A every day for years, got a special present for his 100th birthday.

Mosquito spraying in Columbia will continue through Tuesday. This comes after a third case of the West Nile Virus was found in a dead bird.

It's being held in the parking lot of the Lowes Foods at 5222 Sunset Boulevard in Lexington from 6am until 6pm.

The South Carolina National Guard is dealing with the aftermath of heavy flooding in the town of Nichols.

Kavanaugh told Fox News in an interview broadcast Monday night that he has "always treated women with dignity and respect."

'What I know is I've never sexually assaulted anyone,' Brett Kavanaugh said during an interview with Fox News.

Aldi Novel Adilang said he ran out of food in just one week. See how he survived while lost at sea.

Graeter's Ice Cream announced Monday it has purchased its last remaining franchised stores, including locations in Louisville and Lexington.

COLUMBUS, Ohio—“This is our election,” declared AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka here last week at the 31st Biennial Convention of the Ohio AFL-CIO. He told the more than 500 delegates and guests gathered in Columbus that Ohio is of central importance to labor and the nation this November.

The search giant and Facebook are reportedly working with the Trump administration to craft federal privacy laws.

Ticket prices at Walt Disney World will vary based on the date picked with a new online planning tool, which will make its debut Oct. 16.

Lt. Bob Beres, who became known for his use of emojis, is retiring from the South Carolina Highway Patrol.

As "Game of Thrones" fans (not so) patiently wait for the final season, HBO says several sets will be transformed into tourist attractions next year.

Sean Muller, iSpot.tv Founder and CEO, is a speaker at RampUp 2018. We invited him to share his thoughts on measuring TV advertising effectiveness and marketing trends.