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So, what happened on Friday? Well, four years can change a man, especially the four years LeBron James had.
Creditors have voted on Detroit emergency manager Kevyn Orr's bankruptcy restructuring plan for the city, a key move ahead of its bankruptcy trial.
Cassidy Stay, who was shot in the head but survived by playing dead, is being called a hero for calling 911 and leading police to the accused gunman.
They’re the words Cleveland has been waiting to hear for years: LeBron James will return to the Cleveland Cavaliers.
As Gaza reels from rocket attacks, Israel appears primed to launch a ground invasion in the wake of what is now a four-day assault.
Temperatures are expected to drop from the 80s and 90s into the 50s and 60s in some areas.
They started filming in 2002 and finally finished: the movie “Boyhood” shows the 12-year journey from childhood to adulthood.
How do you hit a target if you have bad aim? U.S. military research agency DARPA has developed a futuristic sniper-bullet system to solve that problem.
Potato farmer and logger team up and use huge metal claw to free bear stuck in milk can. WEAU's Nikki Junewicz reports.
This weekend combines what some observers are calling a Supermoon with the New York sunset phenomenon known as Manhattanhenge.
The highly anticipated "Breaking Bad" spin-off, "Better Call Saul," focuses on beloved slimy lawyer Saul Goodman six years before he met Heisenberg.
The first three days of legal marijuana sales generated a tax windfall for Washington, where the only shop in Seattle was completely sold out.
ProBasketballTalk's Kurt Helin explains why LeBron James elected to leave the Miami Heat in free agency and go home.
The owner of a Chinese aviation firm is under arrest for allegedly stealing data on fighter jets and cargo planes from Lockheed and Boeing.
One person is dead and at least three are injured after a single-engine plane crashed abruptly after take-off, hitting two houses.
While the Web has revolutionized many industries over the past 20 years, its effect on the world of prostitution has been especially dramatic.
The government's budget deficit will drop to $583 billion this year, the lowest level of President Obama's tenure, the White House said Friday.
Most people with a science, technology, engineering or math degree don't end up in those fields, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.
A school district official will issue a public apology to Jim Gaylord at an LGBT event more than four decades after he was fired.
A new study finds that women think ladies in red are more interested in sex and less faithful than women wearing white or green.