A look at the Hollywood headlines that made history.
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The 17-year-old pop star is recording a single for the third installment of the franchise.
The '70s heartthrob was reportedly at the race track while his attorney was in court representing him on a drunken driving charge.
Production of the hit comedy is on hold as the show's stars demand big bucks.
Director James Gunn elevates our August with one of the most entertaining films of 2014, Marvel’s "Guardians of the Galaxy."
The running back apologizes to his wife for hitting her, vowing to be an "ambassador against domestic violence."
A look at the sports news making headlines today, Thursday, July 31.
Teams are scrambling to finish acquiring difference-making players for this season or possible future stars ahead of Thursday's trade deadline.
The Washington Redskins have hired a public relations firm to help battle criticism that its name is a racial slur.
The Miami Heat officially re-signed of nine-time All-Star forward Chris Bosh.
A vessel unearthed at the World Trade Center site dates back to three years before the signing of the Declaration of Independence.
A Rhode Island centenarian has received something she'd wanted for more than eight decades: her high school diploma.
A quiet woman wearing a flowing, black dress has the curious wondering who she is and spurred a social media site to document her trek.
An elderly woman was hit by a car during a Zombie Walk after "zombies" attacked a car attempting to flee the scene.
Three bare burglars burgle beef. Only in Florida is that not a tongue twister but the latest true crime.
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Every summer our backyards, woods and parks also become a favorite hangout for mosquitoes.
More than a handful of people felt the touch of the long arm of the law in Galion as that police department made eight arrests last week.
The American Red Cross has AmeriCorps openings in several counties in the immediate area including Crawford, Marion, Morrow and Delaware.
Congress will take a five-week vacation without addressing the immigration crisis.
The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits rose last week, but the underlying trend pointed to a stronger labor market.
Debbi Gifford talks about the community weekdays starting at 9:10 am. Click on picture to see future guests.
View obituaries of people we have recently lost in our community.
Kids have been sleeping overnight in museums across the country for years and now adults are getting in on the fun.
A recent study suggests that most elementary age students like eating the healthier school lunches required by the USDA.
Replacing handshakes with fist bumps could help cut down on the spread of bacteria and illnesses, according to a new study.