A West Virginia man found — and saved — a missing kayaker after search crews called it quits for the night, according to a report.
Written by Larry Butler and Chips Moman, the song reached the top of the Billboard charts in 1975 and was ranked the No 17 top song for 1975.
The fight over nominating a replacement for Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is consuming Capitol Hill and upending the election, which is already underway in many states. How are American voters reacting to the court vacancy and other key political issues? John Yang talks to Washington Post columnist Gary Abernathy, who is based in Ohio, and author and journalist Sarah Smarsh, based in Kansas.
Missouri Gov. Mike Parson and his wife, Teresa Parson, both tested positive for coronavirus and have cancelled events as they isolate.
At the Federal Correctional Institution in Waseca – 108 inmates and 3 staff members have tested positive. At the Federal Medical Center in Rochester – 5 staff members and 2 inmates have the virus. This comes weeks after inmates were transported to Rochester from a hotspot. Staffers and a family member want some things changed.
A weakened Beta continued its slow trek across several Southern states on Wednesday, bringing rainfall to parts of Louisiana, Arkansas and Mississippi after having flooded homes and roadways in Texas.
Every Wyoming business takes on the task of training their workforce to handle their day-to-day needs, but not all businesses know they can get reimbursed
Courtesy of ABC News, WTVA has obtained the White House’s lastest COVID-19 report for Mississippi.
Connecticut college students are navigating returning to classes and learning on campus with an uptick in coronavirus cases at some schools.
While on Heavy Live With Scoop B, Utah Jazz PG Emmanuel Mudiay discusses the Brooklyn Nets’ hiring of Steve Nash. Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson breaks it down.
See a conceptual video of the planned reservoir on the Billings West End by landscape architecture and land planning firm Land Design, Inc.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) Twenty-eight new coronavirus-related deaths were reported in Tennessee on Tuesday for a total of 2,261, a 1.25% increase from Monday, according to the Tennessee Department of Health. Tennessee also reported 739 new coronavirus cases, a .40% increase. The cumulative number of cases is 185,148, the Tennessee Department of Health reported. Some 2,685,015