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The Seminoles QB put on a show for NFL coaches and scouts assembled for Florida State Pro Day.
A look at some of the big sports stories making headlines today, Wednesday, April 1. STREAKING NETS HANG ONTO FINAL…
The average salary is expected to break the $4 million benchmark.
Few Americans have listed their homes for sale, with the tight inventory keeping prices higher.
The 71-year-old singer was found unconscious in her California home.
Your daily look at the stories that will be talked about today.
Newman's race team faces harsh penalties after NASCAR found it manipulated the tires used at Auto Club Speedway.
Legislatures around the country are passing laws to allow microbreweries with restaurants to increase production of craft beer.
Cancer-fighting pink pineapples, heart-healthy purple tomatoes and less fatty vegetable oils may someday be on grocery shelves.
Major powers and Iran are closer to a preliminary accord on reining in Tehran's nuclear program.
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An Ohio woman has been charged with felonious assault for allegedly stabbing her boyfriend after he ate all of the salsa.
A look back at the Hollywood headlines from years past.
The Springfield City Council will continue discussions on whether or not to place more regulations on food trucks, and will do so with Ward Six Alderman Cory Jobe's amendment reducing how far away a truck must be from a brick-and-mortar restaurant down to 500 feet.
The Illinois Department of Employment Security says unemployment continues to decline in Springfield and Sangamon County.
A temporary replacement has been named for retiring Sangamon County Circuit Clerk Tony Libri.
More than nineteen months out, we know the name of one Democrat who wants to be elected to the U.S. Senate, to the seat now held by Republican Mark Kirk.
There may be one less community in Sangamon County a week from today.
County jail inmates who abuse the court system with lawsuits a judge deems "frivolous" would be penalized with loss of their "good time" credit, under a bill being considered at the Capitol.