Displaying items 37-48 of 1920 » View wsbtradio.com items only< Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11-160 Next >
Thomas Elwood Chenault, 72, a native of Hazard, Ky., born May 25, 1939, died Aug. 14, 2011, at the Galatin Health Care Center in Warsaw, Ky. He was formerly a resident of Thomson-Hood Veterans Center. He was a widower, retired mechanic, and veteran of...
Sometimes you wish it might happen more often — a good, old-fashioned church brawl to release pent-up anger and frustration that is the obvious byproduct of all that "love thy neighbor" junk. Speaking for myself, I know that if I have to go...
Tags: Human Interest, Baptist, Television, Entertainment, Christianity
The Band Perry siblings each bring a different musical influence - a diversity that begins with their iPods. “You have Lady Gaga on your iPod?” Kimberly Perry jokingly questioned after the youngest sibling, Neil Perry, admitted to having an iPod with...
BOSTON (Reuters) - New Hampshire is the best place in America for a child to live thanks to lower rates of child poverty, according to a report released on Wednesday measuring health, education and economic security. Holding onto the lead for the ninth...
Associated PressAuthorities in Aruba believe a missing American tourist is no longer alive and are seeking to extend a detention order for her travel companion as they seek witnesses who will help them build a case against him, a prosecutor on the Dutch Caribbean...
Aug. 18, 1986 A new state law and a Clark County Board of Education decision will combine to substantially relieve teachers’ non-instructional duties starting today. Teachers in Clark and around the state won’t have to accompany students to...
Up north in Dixie County, a local businessman made the county a gracious offer: a $20,000 monument of the Ten Commandments. His idea: plunk the 5-foot-tall, 6-ton hunk of black granite on the steps of the county courthouse in Cross City. Commissioners...
Tags: Florida, Crimes, Politics, Bible, National Government
Associated PressThe man who chased down a suspected child abductor and saved a 6-year-old girl from what could have been a horrible fate was honored as a hero Friday. But he is also gaining a new kind of celebrity: as a poster child of sorts for immigration rights in...
Tags: Politics, Crimes, Human Rights, Illegal Immigrants, Immigration
LOS ANGELES — Kristina Harrison received a gift from her daughter prior to the biggest competition of her life. Taking part in the dressage equestrian event at the 2003 Pan American Games as a member of the Team U.S.A., Harrison carried with her...
Tags: Dressage, Texas, Colorado, Burbank (Cook, Illinois), Illinois
WILSONVILLE, Ala. (AP) — A mortar attack in Afghanistan last year left 1st Lt. Antone Williams with a concussion severe enough to send him home. Then a tornado this spring left him without a home at all. Now the Alabama National Guardsman is trying...
Content ManagerHarrisburg City Police have identified a suspect in a shooting incident over the weekend at the Egypt Club. Two underage patrons, a woman and a man were shot inside the North 2nd Street bar The woman is being treated at Penn State Hershey Medical Center...
Aug 17, 2011 |Story| Jessamine Journal
Aug 17, 2011 |Story| Herald Mail
Aug 18, 2011 |Story| Aberdeen News
Aug 18, 2011 |Story| KWCH
Aug 12, 2011 |Story| Herald Mail
Aug 18, 2011 |Story| Winchester Sun
Aug 18, 2011 |Story| KDAF-LTV
Jul 22, 2011 |Column| Orlando Sentinel
Aug 20, 2011 |Story| AP Broadcast
Aug 19, 2011 |Story| Burbank Leader
Aug 23, 2011 |Story| WSBT-TV
Aug 23, 2011 |Story| WPMT-LTV