Tommy Lasorda, Fiery Hall of Fame Dodgers Manager, Dies at 93
The Dodgers said Friday that he had a heart attack at his home in Fullerton.
In Santa’s Mailbag, a Peek Into Children’s Pandemic Worries
Letters pouring by the tens of thousands into Santa's mailbox offer a glimpse into the worries and hopes of children awaiting a pandemic-hit Christmas.
Fire in Yellowstone Reaches 5 Square Miles
The Lone Star Fire started on Aug. 22.
Wyoming Woman Turns Dumpster-Diving Into Food Nonprofit
The experience inspired Milburn to establish Hole Food Rescue.
Jerry Stiller, Comedian and ‘Seinfeld’ Actor, Dies at 92
Stiller was a multi-talented performer who appeared in an assortment of movies.
Father, Son Charged With Killing Black Man Ahmaud Arbery
Georgia Bureau of Investigation director Vic Reynolds says he knows emotions are running high.
Broncos Get Lock Some Help With Alabama Wideout Jerry Jeudy
John Elway is eager to see many more slick moves from Jeudy after finally picking a player from Alabama in his 10th draft for the Broncos.
Breaking News: Sanders Ends Presidential Campaign
Sen. Bernie Sanders ends presidential campaign after disappointing primary results.
White House, Congress Agree on $2 Trillion Virus Rescue Bill
The Senate is likely to pass the measure Wednesday afternoon.
5.7-Magnitude Quake Shakes Utah, Salt Lake Airport Closed
Residents felt homes shake for 10 to 15 seconds.
US, Canada to Close Border to Nonessential Travel
The U.S. and Canada have agreed to temporarily close their shared border to nonessential travel.
Taco John’s Launches Re-Branding and Growth Initiative
Taco John’s hopes to increase the number of new stores, with plans to open between 15 and 20 this year and between 20 and 25 next year.