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Department of Transportation won't let Silver Airways abandon air service to Greenville until a replacement airline is found. The Delta Democrat Times reports (http://bit.ly/RplTJB ) the government notified the city of Greenville about its decision
This city has always been, for me, the hometown that got away. I was born here in 1971, but I left for Kentucky before I could develop a geechee accent. Instead, I grew up in Lexington, with Charleston only a mysterious name on my birth certificate.
On the heels of the One Spark crowdfunding festival for the local startup community, Jacksonville is garnering more attention for its development of entrepreneurs. A national startup conference in Tennessee is tapping iStart Jax to send talent to the
Photos The Kansas African American Museum is hosting a memorial service for Chief Zacheus Olowonubi Oloruntoba at 5 p.m...Many Kansans became familiar with his works while they were on display during the Lion King theatrical performances at Century
Photos A single-engine plane made an emergency landing in a plowed field just north of K-96 shortly after take-off around noon Wednesday, police said. The pilot, who was the only person on board, told police he took off from Riverside Airport in
Select a date range Create a custom date range Orlando Sentinel 2:42 p.m. EDT , April 16, 2014 Charles King and Chris Hays discuss some of the top receivers to watch in high school football for 2014. Deondre Farrier figured he'd make things easier on
The Terabyte Award winner, recognizing the region's Tech Titan of the year, was Dr. Martin Harris, chief information officer at the Cleveland
Nebraska-Omaha men's basketball coach Derrin Hansen has signed a new contract that will keep him at the school through the 2017-18 season. Hansen is 149-121 in nine seasons at UNO, the last three as a transitioning Division I program. The Mavericks
Riverview High School was briefly put on lockdown mode this afternoon after authorities investigated a shooting in the neighborhood, Principal Linda Nook said. As a precautionary move, the school of about 2,500 students was put on lockdown at about 1:
A man was shot and killed in Seaside early Wednesday, police said, and detectives are asking the public for any information about the slaying. Seaside officers said that at 12:26 a.m. they received calls from residents reporting multiple gunshots.