NEW YORK — It’s the last go-round for "As the World Turns." TV’s oldest daytime drama aired its final episode Friday, concluding a run that began in April 1956. CBS announced in December that it was pulling the plug on the New York-based show, which ranked at the bottom of the ratings among network soaps. It wrapped production in June.
Andrea “Ande” Engleman, a longtime Nevada journalist and head of the state’s press association, has died. She was 79.
The research entailed driving to two sewage treatment plants that serve the 200,000 people of Tacoma, a city whose drug-use trends tend to mirror those of Seattle.
State regulators on Thursday enacted emergency rules barring most Arizona electric utilities from disconnecting power to customers who are late on their bills from June 1 through Oct. 15, when soaring desert heat can be lethal.
A Boston veterinary hospital got quite a surprise recently when a family brought in their bulldog after he stopped eating.
President Donald Trump tweeted last month that Moore “cannot win” and said Republicans need to retake the seat in the once reliably red state.
A 10-year-old Colorado girl scaled Yosemite National Park’s El Capitan and may have become the youngest person to climb one of the most celebrated and challenging peaks in the world.
The long-expected change is intended to better align the work and interests of Prince Harry and his wife, the former Meghan Markle.
People are more likely to return a lost wallet if it contains money — and the more cash, the better.
A Navy SEAL called by prosecutors to testify at the murder trial of a colleague has acknowledged killing a wounded prisoner in Iraq in what he described as an act of mercy.
Prosecutors plan to oppose the Review-Journal’s push to unseal documents supporting a search warrant executed by police at the offices of the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority.