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A Greenfield food processing plant has been forced to close because of repeated violations.
The actor's disorderly conduct case is adjourned until the fall.
The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits fell to the lowest level in more than eight years last week.
San Diego Padres outfielder Cameron Maybin has been suspended for 25 games.
The State Department says its global database for issuing travel documents has crashed, causing major delays for travelers.
Art is imitating life, as the "Baby" hitmaker is cast as a convicted criminal in his ex-girlfriend's movie.
The rocker says she wants to start production in the next year, adding "It's time to do this."
Seventeen years after Tyson nibbled off part of Holyfield's ear in a championship bout, the boxer-turned-actor will be on hand to salute his former foe.
Police say an international ring defrauded the StubHub online ticketing service of some $1.6 million.
An estimated 10.3 million Americans have gained health coverage since Obamacare enrollment began, according to a study published on Wednesday.
A look at the sports news making headlines today, Thursday, July 24.
State Police are trying to find another round of police impersonators.
L.A. Clippers owner Donald Sterling's bid to block the team's $2 billion sale, saying his estranged wife improperly seized control of the franchise.
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Jimmy Fallon and Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson air some of their long-lost workout tapes and prove that "you've gotta hustle for the muscle."
The U.S. has lifted a temporary ban on commercial flights to Tel Aviv, as fighting pushed the Palestinian death toll over 700.
The President has sent a team to Texas to assess whether a National Guard deployment would help to handle an immigration crisis at the border.
The federal government says more than 108,000 Illinois health insurance customers will benefit from more than $8 million in refunds.
Coal mining is still a big deal in Illinois, and Terry Bruce says there's really no end in sight.
An AIDS-free generation is within reach if early treatment is provided and help increased, former U.S. President Bill Clinton says.