The battle to balance a budget is winding down for local cities with the new fiscal year just a few days away.
Local motorcycle riders took to the mountain roads recently raising nearly $10,000. The event was the annual Hope on Wheels motorcycle ride benefiting cancer patients.
It's a Virginia landmark and one of the oldest structures in Washington County, Virginia, and it's had a facelift.
Ira Helfand and Alan Robock say even with the reduced nuclear arsenal proposed by President Obama, we have enough weapons to obliterate ourselves. The proposals are only significant if they are part of an effort to eliminate nukes altogether.
A local car dealership needs your help locating someone they say stole merchandise from them.
The fourth suspect in the Ohio forced labor case has turned herself in, federal prosecutors said Wednesday.
Reacting to "feedback from the Xbox community," it appears Microsoft is reversing course and changing two key components to policies for its new Xbox One video game console.
One current and two former U.S. Naval Academy football players face rape and other charges stemming from an alleged attack on a female midshipman, the Navy said.
Those vacationing at Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks this summer should make extra efforts to stay sanitary, the National Park Service said Wednesday, after noting a spike in sicknesses among visitors so far.
CNN's Erin Burnett talks with Hollywoodlife.com's Bonnie Fuller about news of the death of actor James Gandolfini.
From 2007: Critics say "The Sopranos," starring James Gandolfini as Tony Soprano, left a lasting legacy on television.
It's long been expected that Ben Bernanke would leave his position as chairman of the Federal Reserve when his second term expires on January 31, 2014. But when President Barack Obama told talk show host Charlie Rose that Bernanke had "already stayed a lot longer than he wanted or he was supposed to" on Monday night, this expectation became a near certainty.The question of who the president will n...
Don’t let their small statures fool you: Dogs may be man’s best friend, but guinea pigs have long courted their own devoted following, and the zeal of their supporters runs deep.Just over a week ago, Sean McCoy of Fairfax, Va., began auctioning off a suit of chain mail armor he had made on a whim for his guinea pig, Lucky, on Ebay. From the $5 starting bid, the price quickly shot into the quadrupl...
If you’ve got a school-age kid, you’ve seen the memos. Slather your kids with sunscreen before sending them to school and do not put any sun blocking products in your kids’ backpacks, they intone. That sunscreen ban has the American Medical Association irked. And yesterday the doctors’ group responded with a resolution supporting the exemption of sunscreens from rules that bar students from bringi...
Bad news for the Biebs! On Tuesday, Rihanna passed the teenage heartthrob as the most viewed artist on YouTube.Rihanna's official YouTube account currently has over 3,789,000,000 views while Bieber's has just under 3,783,000,000. Both artists joined the video-sharing site in 2009 — Rihanna in May and Bieber in September — and have built substantial subscriber bases since then. Rihanna's account ha...
Negotiators say they are close to a deal to strengthen border security provisions in the Senate immigration bill, an agreement designed to draw more Republican votes and significantly strengthen the bill’s prospects of becoming law."There's still work to do but we've had a really good day," said Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tenn., who's been helping to lead talks on the strengthened border measures."I don't...
Ohio slavery suspect has new video of the mother in the case hitting her daughter in 2011. Erin Burnett reports.
Actor James Gandolfini, who rose to fame as mob boss Tony Soprano on the hit HBO drama "The Sopranos," died Wednesday of a possible heart attack, the network has confirmed to NBC News. He was 51."We're all in shock and feeling immeasurable sadness at the loss of a beloved member of our family," the network said in a statement. "He was a special man, a great talent, but more importantly a gentle a...
President Barack Obama will call for up to a one-third cut in nuclear warheads by the United States and Russia during a speech in Berlin on Wednesday, a senior administration official said.