Former WFAA-TV anchors Ron Corning and Alexa Conomos are back in business, together
It was like deja vu, watching former WFAA-TV anchors Ron Corning and Alexa Conomos under the bright lights, wearing microphones and talking into a...
The New Rules of Middle Age, Written by Women
As a new wave of women step into their mid-centuries, books reimagining female midlife are striking a chord. “We’re not going to do our 50s the way everyone’s telling us we’re supposed to,” author Candace Bushnell says.
Top 10 Compact Cameras for Travelers
Upgrade your travel photos with these lightweight cameras that pack a punch.
The Asteroid Peril Isn’t Science Fiction
Even if we managed to spot a small but dangerous asteroid heading for Earth, we currently have no means to stop it.
Roscoe mom pleads guilty to having sex with son’s 12-year-old friend
By Jim HagertyReporterROCKFORD - A Roscoe woman, on Wednesday, pleaded guilty to having sex with a 12-year-old boy.Gina M. Colwell, 41, pleaded guilty to a single count of predatory criminal sexual assault of a child, a charge she faced in a four-cou
History speaks volumes about Olbiston building
UTICA — Built upon the rubble of the Genesee Flats building after it burnt to the ground in the late 1800s, the Olbiston Apartments
Answer Man: Newspaper clippings in the voting booth?
Editor’s note: A reader asks about what’s acceptable in the voting booth. Luckily, the Answer Man fielded this same question in November 2010.
Quincy appeals Long Island Bridge decision
QUINCY — The city on Thursday submitted its appeal of a decision by the state’s Department of Environmental Protection that found a new
Reading teenager dies in Saturday rollover crash
LISMORE — A Reading teenager was killed and another injured Saturday afternoon as the result of a one-vehicle rollover crash between Lismore and Wilmont. According to a press release received Monday from the Nobles County Sheriff's Office, Carter M. Braun sustained fatal injuries after being ejected...
Historic Slade House will be featured on North Shore Lundie ...
In 1929, Norman Slade's executive job with the Northern Pacific Railway brought him to Duluth, where he and his wife lived for several years and started a family.It was during that time that Slade — a grandson of railroad magnate James J. Hill — fell in love with the rugged North Shore. Weekends...