Tuesday's snowstorm moved the Gilman City coaches shows to Friday on KTTN! We hope to have the Hawks interviews back in their normal Tuesday time slot on February 11th! The shows will air at 2:30 PM today!
PINEVILLE, Mo. â€” A suspect wanted in three states led law enforcement officers on a wild pursuit Tuesday into Oklahoma and back to Missouri, stealing two vehicles, ramming a sheriffâ€™s car and robbing a store before finally being captured.
SURGIONSVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- An East Tennessee couple faces a murder charge, accused of forcing the man's 5-year-old daughter to drink more than 2 liters of grape soda and water, causing her brain to swell and rupture, authorities said.
ST. LOUIS (AP) â€” A federal judge has issued a preliminary injunction prohibiting the St. Louis County town of Ellisville from arresting and prosecuting drivers who flash headlights to warn other drivers of nearby police and radar.
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Uninsured Americans are still procrastinating about President Barack Obama's health care law. With fewer than 60 days left to enroll, can the administration find the millions of customers needed to sustain new insurance markets?
A blood drive scheduled today at Princeton has been postponed and rescheduled for later in the month. Also postponed is tonight's open meeting at Princeton to inform the public about insurance options available through the affordable health care act.
SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. (AP) -- The birthday of what's called the world's first action figure is being celebrated this month by collectors and the toy maker that introduced it just before the nation plunged into the quagmire that would become the Vietnam War - a storm it seems to have weathered pretty well.
Winter-weary residents of the Northeast are getting another dose of snow, sleet and freezing rain, with the second storm of the week canceling classes, closing government and business offices, and causing power outages across the region after causing similar havoc in the Midwest on Tuesday.
VATICAN CITY (AP) -- The Vatican "systematically" adopted policies that allowed priests to rape and molest tens of thousands of children over decades, a U.N. human rights committee said Wednesday, urging it to open its files on pedophiles and bishops who concealed their crimes.