Follow along for live updates from the Nebraska football recruiting trail ahead of National Signing Day on Dec. 18.
A dentist in Anchorage, Alaska, charged with Medicaid fraud now stands accused of performing unlawful dental acts after video of him riding a hoverboard while removing a patient's tooth surfaced. CNN affiliate KTUU is covering his trial.
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- Kokomo man stabbed at Motel 6
- The perfect accident: Families form lifelong bonds after accident 12 years ago left EMT severely injured
- Mayor-elect Moore names Frazier fire chief
- Daily arrest log - Nov. 27 to Dec. 1
- Daily arrest log - Dec. 2
- Daily arrest log - Dec. 4
- Austin Colby named KHS varsity football coach
- Who’s who of Moore’s advisory committee
- Cook steps down as KHA executive director
- KPD seeks suspect in Paradise Trading Post burglary
- Kokomo boys victorious over Western, 55-50
- Northwestern defeats Tipton, 87-38
- Howard County college signings
- Looking back at Odom's tenure at Missouri
- Colosseum Combat 51
- November Coupons 2019
- Statistical leaders on offense and defense for the Arizona Wildcats in 2019 season
- November's swan song at the Kokomo Art Center brings permanent collection art from past and present
- Congratulations Western band
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The Christmas parade in Wake Forest, North Carolina is being canceled because of safety concerns due to expected protests both supporting and opposing Confederate sympathizers. Town spokesperson Bill Crabtree said the decision wasn't popular but was the "right and safe decision."
Both Hunt and Legrone are reportedly facing a 2½-year suspension from NU for allegedly violating the school's sexual misconduct policies.
BOISE — Curtis Weaver couldn’t pull himself off the field after Boise State lost in overtime of last year’s Mountain West Championship in Boise.
Mark Singelais covers UAlbany for the Albany (N.Y.) Times Union and answered five questions from the Daily Chronicle about the Great Danes’ matchup with Montana State this week.
“He’ll do anything for (his teammates),” Chryst says of UW's leading receiver. "He’s got a spirit about him. He’s got an infectious personality. He will find the good in people. When you get on the field, he loves playing the game and appreciates that opportunity to play the game and I think that’s infectious.”
A right leg injury ends a productive career for UW's A.J. Taylor.
Washington opted not to re-sign Preston Smith during the offseason, opening the door for Green Bay to sign him to a four-year, $52 million deal.