TRAVERSE CITY — Chris Stone knew the verdict before his wife.
Windy conditions continue to hamper pier fishing. A few more anglers were out on the inland lakes. Lower water levels in the rivers has made trout fishing a challenge.
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump won Florida, the nation’s most prized battleground election state, and he and Democrat Joe Biden shifted their focus early Wednesday to three northern industrial states that could prove crucial in determining who wins the White House.
TRAVERSE CITY — A little rain was not enough to dampen the spirits of hundreds of supporters who flocked to the Cherry Capital Airport to see Vice President Mike Pence.
LANSING — Michigan is joining a federal lawsuit with four other states and the District of Columbia in condemning action from United States Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos that would funnel more than $16 million intended for state public schools to private schools.
The federal government has for several years entrusted regulatory control over the most potent painkillers to drug companies that helped fuel the nation’s opioid epidemic.
CHARLESTON, W. Va. — With the governor’s promise for a 5 percent pay raise in hand but no permanent funding fix for the state's public health insurance program, West Virginia teachers returned to the Capitol Wednesday, chanting “we don't trust you” outside the Senate chamber.
NEW YORK (AP) — The brutal frontier saga "The Revenant" landed a leading 12 nominations for the 88th annual Academy Awards, while the acting categories were again filled entirely by white performers.
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama unveiled an array of measures on Tuesday tightening control and enforcement of firearms in the U.S., using his presidential powers in the absence of legal changes he implored Congress to pass.
CHICAGO (AP) — A white Chicago police officer charged with murder in the 2014 fatal shooting of black teenager Laquan McDonald pleaded not guilty Tuesday in a Chicago court.
WASHINGTON -- Ever since the federal government laid claim to half of Kenneth Aderholt’s land along the Red River, the Texas rancher has felt frozen.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — If you’re shopping for a TV, get out a tape measure and do some quick calculations before you head to the store. And count the number of gadgets you’ll want to connect to your screen.
NEW YORK (AP) — Kendrick Lamar is the king of the Grammys: The rapper is the leading nominee for the 2016 awards with 11, including album of the year for "To Pimp a Butterfly" and song of the year for "Alright."
PALESTINE, Tex. — State District Judge Deborah Oakes Evans amended her gag orders in the East Texas mass murders case Tuesday to restrict lawyers and law officers from talking to reporters but specifically not restraining news coverage.
PALESTINE, Tex. – The state judge who last Friday granted the defense request for a sweeping prior-restraint motion affecting news coverage of the East Texas mass murder case has issued a second, less restrictive gag order.
PALESTINE, Tex. – The district court in this East Texas town has approved a defense attorney’s gag order to restrict news coverage of the recent campsite murders of six victims, including evidence and testimony presented in pretrial proceedings.
PALESTINE, Tex. – Anderson County District Attorney Allyson Mitchell said she will seek the death penalty against the man accused of killing six members of two families at a campsite near this East Texas town.
PALESTINE, Tex. – Prosecutors Thursday charged William Mitchell Hudson, the man suspected of mass murder at an East Texas campsite, with the cold-blooded shooting deaths of six people.
PALESTINE, Tex. — The six people murdered at an East Texas campsite were shot to death in two separate incidents, the Anderson County Sheriff’s arrest affidavit in the case disclosed Wednesday.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Obama administration said Tuesday it will ask the Supreme Court to save its plans to shield from deportation millions of immigrants living in the country illegally. The appeal advances a legal confrontation with 26 states during a presidential race already roiled by dis…
YANGON, Myanmar (AP) — Myanmar's military-backed ruling party was headed Tuesday for a massive rout at the hands of opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi, who was set for a historic electoral victory that could give her party the presidency and loosen the military's grip on the country.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Minimizing sharp differences, President Barack Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu reaffirmed their commitment to seeking elusive Middle East peace on Monday, though prospects for an agreement between Israelis and Palestinians appear ever further out of reach.
COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — The president of the University of Missouri system resigned Monday amid criticism of his handling of student complaints about race and discrimination.
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — Two candidates who have been part of each of the prime-time Republican debates so far, Chris Christie and Mike Huckabee, have been demoted to next week's undercard event because of low national poll numbers, delivering a major blow to their campaigns.
MOSCOW (AP) — In an abrupt turnaround, Russia on Friday suspended all passenger flights to Egypt after days of resisting U.S. and British suggestions that a bomb may have brought down a Russian plane in the Sinai Peninsula a week ago.
BEIJING (AP) — The presidents of China and Taiwan are meeting this weekend for the first time since the Chinese revolution ended in 1949, with the once-bitter Cold War foes testing years of rapidly warming ties.
Kentucky voters have elected just the second Republican in four decades to hold the governor's office, in a race that hinged largely on President Barack Obama's signature legislation, the Affordable Care Act.
MERCED, Calif. (AP) — An assailant stabbed five people on a rural university campus in central California before police shot and killed him, authorities said Wednesday.
ROUND LAKE BEACH, Ill. (AP) — A northern Illinois police officer whose fatal shooting triggered a large manhunt carefully staged his death to make it look like he was killed in the line of duty and had been stealing for years from a youth program he oversaw, authorities said Wednesday.
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia (AP) — U.S. satellite imagery detected heat around a Russian passenger jet just before it went down in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula, two U.S. officials said Tuesday. But the discovery doesn't resolve the mystery of why the plane crashed, killing all 224 aboard.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The company pleading for permission to build the Keystone XL pipeline looked beyond President Barack Obama on Tuesday in apparent hopes a future Republican president would greenlight the project. But the administration signaled it was in no mood to hand off the decision to …
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia (AP) — Mystery and confusion surrounded the final moments of a Russian jetliner that plummeted suddenly from high altitude to the Egyptian desert, killing all 224 people aboard. The airline Monday ruled out pilot error or a technical fault, but Russian aviation officia…
WASHINGTON (AP) — After a devastating loss in the 2012 presidential election, the Republican Party entered a period of intense self-reflection and emerged with a firm promise to learn from its mistakes.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The United States escalated its fight against the Islamic State in Syria on Friday, pledging the first open deployment of military boots on the ground, even as U.S., Russian and other diplomats pressed a new peace effort that America hopes will hasten the departure of Basha…
BEIJING (AP) — China's ruling Communist Party announced Thursday that the country will start allowing all married couples to have two children, abolishing an unpopular policy that limited many urban families to only one child for more than three decades.
BOULDER, Colo. (AP) — Marco Rubio bid forcefully for control of the Republican Party's establishment wing in Wednesday night's third GOP debate, deflecting jabs from Jeb Bush, who desperately sought to right his floundering campaign.
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — A deputy who flipped a disruptive student out of her desk and tossed her across her math class floor was fired on Wednesday.
BEIRUT (AP) — Iran will take part in international talks on Syria for the first time this week, giving it a voice in the effort to find a resolution to the more than 4-year-old civil war that has so far defied even the slightest progress toward peace.
WASHINGTON (AP) — House Republicans nominated Rep. Paul Ryan on Wednesday to become the chamber's next speaker, rallying behind a youthful overachiever they hope will guide them out of weeks of internal feuding and disarray and point the party toward accomplishments they can highlight in nex…
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