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Here is a look at the top sports stories making headlines today, Wednesday, Sept. 24.
After winning their first home game, the Wallkill Mighty Mites attempted to run through a banner. You won't believe what happens next.
The "Matrix" star has been left shaken after an intruder was arrested at his home for the second time in two days last week.
Threats of an Emma Watson photo hacking scandal have been exposed as a publicity stunt.
The largest soda makers in the U.S. promised to cut the calories in soft drinks nationwide by 20 percent by 2025.
U.S. motorists drove more miles this summer than at any time since the 2008 financial crisis.
Longtime technology guru Ray Ozzie wants to bring back the emotions of the human voice to phones.
States including Vermont, Pennsylvania, and New York say they are in the midst of a heroin epidemic, and that the drug is getting cheaper and easier to obtain.
Jeter will play his last regular season home game on Thursday in what is sure to be an emotional night for a player about to take his place in the pantheon of Yankee greats.
Schools ordered students to "shelter in place" after a man opened fire with a handgun and tried to lure several children into a car.
After a Pizza Hut driver was injured in a crash in Oregon, two police officers completed the delivery for him.
Production on the second season of the eight-episode HBO drama will begin later this year in California.
A look at the Hollywood headlines that went down in history.
The Central Illinois Foodbank is going greener.
He says asking customers for more money is the wrong way to go, especially if the utility wants to attract new customers.
Springfield Police are looking for clues as to who tried to burglarize Springfield Public Schools' administrative offices.
An inmate escaped Tuesday afternoon from a prison in Vandalia.
Snow Glow Elsa is one of only four toys to feature on three major guides of top toys for the Christmas season.
A former Illinois Department of Public Health Administrator has pleaded guilty to bribery, kickbacks, and filing false income tax returns.