In one of the more bizarre incidents you'll see in college basketball, Duke star Zion Williamson left his team's game clutching his knee after his shoe came apart Wednesday night.
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Shoes for God’s Children has grown over the years, from providing just over a dozen pairs of shoes to local children in its first year to providing at least 500 pairs of shoes per year for children in need.
The Flagstaff Police Department is requesting help in identifying the suspect who robbed the OneAZ Credit Union on the corner of South Beaver Street and West Dupont Avenue Tuesday afternoon.
A man and a woman, both from Walla Walla, were arrested Friday evening for allegedly beating a man, stealing items and locking him in the basement of his home.
See the five-piece Americana band Old Shoe, which is based in Chicago, this week at the Redstone Room, 129 N. Main St., Davenport. Special guests include the Ben Miller Band Allie Kral. Doors open at 8 p.m. and music starts at 9 p.m. Tickets cost $12 in advance and $15 on the day of the show. For more info, visit rivermusicexperience.org.
Clothing items turn up in the search for missing dementia patient Timothy Osborne of Locust Grove. Osborne went missing from his Peeksville Road home Feb. 6 and has not been seen since.
EKU Police are still searching for the individual who allegedly sexually assaulted a non-EKU-affiliated male on university property, said EKU …
Payless is the latest struggling retailer to file for bankruptcy in 2017, and it's planning to immediately close 400 stores, including its Orland Park location.
Terri McCauley, a young mother of two, was last seen alive getting into a white Chevy Nova in a Sioux City parking lot in the early morning of Sept. 26, 1983. Before climbing into the car, McCauley told the two friends she was with, that she was going on a date. The white male driving the Nova headed north on Omaha Street and then west onto West Eighth Street. She would not be seen again until her body was found on Oct. 6.