Cable Wars: Tips to help you save on your rising cable bill
Who doesn't want to save money on their monthly bills- especially that ever rising cable bill?Robin Brennemen, of Hilliard, is tired of paying more.After 20 plus years with the same cable provider, Brennemen is thinking about making a switch.Her bill just
SUV goes airborne and lands on roof of house
Driver crashes SUV on roof of home in St. Louis, Missouri.
Anthon man accused of stealing thousands of dollars worth of guns and machinery
An Anthon man is facing multiple felony charges after authorities say he stole more than $17,000 worth of goods from two Woodbury County businesses in the past week.
State Police: Inmate transport officer accused of rape
An inmate transport officer is now charged with rape.
Redding Tree Ordinance to be discussed at City Council meeting
A group of people will address the Redding City Council Tuesday night about the amount of trees being cut down in the city.
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Man helps put son through college by restoring old Volkswagen buses
A Round Rock father is turning his passion into a profit by buying, restoring and selling old Volkswagen buses.
How to avoid losing everything to probate after your loved one dies
The 7 Investigators first exposed how some public officials and real estate brokers are cashing in by selling homes after someone dies, often leaving the rightful heirs with very little in the estate.
Here’s what Trump’s budget proposes to cut
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- President Donald Trump unveiled his first budget blueprint on Thursday, and to offset increases in defense spending, the President is proposing $54 billion in cuts to large parts of the federal government and popular programs big and small. Trump's budget would cut off funding entirely for several agencies, including arts, public broadcasting and development groups, and also proposes steep cuts to agencies like the State Department and Environmental Protection Agency.
Downtown Mishawaka in need of grocery stores
Mishawaka, Ind.— Is Mishawaka becoming a more walkable city?Growing investment in new developments has the downtown area bustling.But, limited access to fresh food could prevent progress in the Princes