LITITZ, Pa. — Wildlife officials say restaurant owners who scavenged deer parts from trash bins outside butcher shops violated laws that prohibit the sale of wild venison.
Another Duggar is getting married.
U.S. home prices extended their steady upward march in May, spurred by rising sales and a dwindling supply of available houses.
A couple of weeks ago The Wall Street Journal published a story with advice from New York chef Daniel Eddy on how to have a mutually successful experience with a young child in an upscale restaurant. The newspaper obviously thinks that being a chef qualifies one as an expert on the subject. It seems to me, however, that a waitperson would have the better perspective.
Arkansas Democrats who have known Hillary Clinton for decades cast their votes Tuesday to make her their party's presidential nominee.
They came from across the Delta on a hot, humid Saturday earlier this month to celebrate the 100th birthday of legendary Helena attorney David Solomon. Some came from even farther away. Stopping on the way east for my favorite barbecue sandwich at Craig's in DeValls Bluff, I ran into Helena native Dick Hatfield, who starred alongside his brother Ken on the great University of Arkansas football teams of the early 1960s. He was making the trip from his home in Fayetteville for the reception.
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Thursday:
COLUMBIA, Calif. (AP) — Authorities in northern California say a small private plane crashed at the airport in the town of Columbia, killing all four people on board.
SAINT-ETIENNE-DU-ROUVRAY, France (AP) — Adel Kermiche nursed his obsession with jihad in this quiet French town alongside the Seine River, and his twice-thwarted attempt to join Islamic State extremists in Syria ended with an attack on an elderly priest celebrating Mass in its sturdy stone church.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Facebook is once again getting pushy about how people message one another.
WAUKESHA, Wis. (AP) — Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence played up his self-effacing Midwestern persona in a Wisconsin campaign appearance Wednesday, introducing himself as a "B-list Republican celebrity" while urging the crowd to vote for Donald Trump.