Meet the 101-Year-Old Vet Who Drinks a Coors Light Every Day
What's the secret to a long life? For 101-year-old Andrew Slavonic, it's a daily Coors Light.
10 hours ago - FOX News
Crab season delayed again in Oregon
ASTORIA, Ore. - Oregon's Dungeness crab fishery will not open until at least Dec. 31 after testing by state fishery managers revealed crabs are still too low in meat yield in...
10 hours ago - The Seattle Times
ABC7 News Morning Digest: Monday
Here are your top Bay Area stories for Monday, December 10, 2018.
10 hours ago - ABC
Nutella maker eyeing Campbell's international business
Nutella maker Ferrero is interested in buying Campbell Soup's international business, which includes biscuit brand Arnott's, two sources close to the matter said on Monday. The...
12 hours ago - New York Post - 2 articles
Paramedic drives drunk to emergency call, gets license suspended
BATH, Maine - A Maine firefighter who pleaded guilty to driving under the influence while working as a paramedic has been sentenced to a 150-day license suspension. The Bangor...
16 hours ago - New York Post
School bus plows onto Hong Kong sidewalk; at least 1 dead
HONG KONG - Police in Hong Kong say a school bus has plowed onto a sidewalk, killing one person and leaving four others unconscious. Video posted online by the Apple Daily...
18 hours ago - The Seattle Times - 3 articles
“Let Me Make You Famous”: How Hollywood Invented Ben Shapiro
With the shaping of producer Jeremy Boreing, Brand Shapiro has made owning the libs a lucrative business, and the Daily Wire a rising power in conservative media. But can they...
1 day ago - Vanity Fair
Catholic Nun Who Tweets Daily Prayers For Trump: ‘The Hardest Spiritual Practice I've Ever Committed To'
“Dear POTUS, 663 days later still praying that you come to understand the present & future impact of your policy actions ," Sister Susan Francois tweeted.
1 day ago - Newsweek
UMN Students, Faculty Striving To Improve Diversity In CFANS
ST. PAUL, Minn. - University of Minnesota students and faculty are working to improve diversity in agricultural studies. Fall enrollment numbers for 2018 show that the College...
1 day ago - CBS - 2 articles
Ketchikan couple charged in felony heroin, meth case
KETCHIKAN, Alaska - State prosecutors in Ketchikan have charged a local couple with possessing illegal drugs with an estimated street value of more than $250,000. The Ketchikan...
1 day ago - The Seattle Times
The headlines of News BreaK
Police, FBI probe suspected white supremacist attack on DJ
The FBI is helping investigate an attack by several suspected white supremacists on a black disc jockey at a tavern in Washington state over the weekend, authorities said Monday.
Brexit deal delayed: British Prime Minister Theresa May postpones vote
Postponing the vote is a fresh humiliation for May, who became prime minister after Britain's 2016 decision to leave the EU.
SCOTUS won't hear states' appeal over Planned Parenthood funding
Justices Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito and Neil Gorsuch said they would have heard the case.
Reports: 5 children killed in house fire in Youngstown
Accused Russian spy Maria Butina reaches plea deal with feds
Alleged Russian spy Maria Butina - who is accused of trying to broker a deal between Vladimir Putin and then-candidate Donald Trump - has reached a plea agreement in federal...
California church: Nuns embezzled from school to cover Vegas trips
Church officials say a pair of nuns embezzled a "substantial" amount of money from the Southern California Catholic school where they worked for decades and used it to pay for...
Gavin McInnes banned from YouTube over ‘public urination' video
YouTube has terminated the account of Gavin McInnes, founder of far-right group the Proud Boys, due to a video about “public urination,” a report said. The video-streaming site...
Cashman makes it clear where Yankees stand on Bryce Harper
LAS VEGAS - Just because Brian Cashman has engaged Manny Machado's representative in conversations about the free-agent infielder doesn't mean the Yankees are fitting Machado...
Newmarket poll checker convicted in 2014 incident seeks pardon
A former GOP chair from Newmarket is seeking a pardon for his conviction on a charge of resisting arrest stemming from a much-disputed altercation at the Newmarket polls on...
Mariners finalize 25-year lease agreement to remain at ballpark formerly...
The deal - which hadn't become official before Monday - sets the stage for a new naming rights deal, rumored to be with T-Mobile, expected to be announced in the coming days.