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The U.S.-led alliance started bombing Islamic State targets in Syria in September as part of a strategy aimed at rolling back the group's territorial gains in Syria and Iraq.
The President will sign an executive order aimed at encouraging companies to share more information about cybersecurity threats with the government.
Do bad things come in threes? How about three Friday the 13ths?
A Seattle man tried to evade police by crawling inside a ventilation system and had to be rescued before being arrested.
A look at some of the big sports stories making news today, Friday, Feb. 13.
Your daily look at the stories that will be talked about today.
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Unsuspecting guys go on the ride of their lives with a professional stunt driver who just happens to be their blind date.
The former teen idol owes $39,000 in credit card debt and nearly $300,000 on his mortgage.
Carter will be Obama's fourth defense secretary, succeeding Chuck Hagel, who resigned last year.
The legislation seeks to repeal decades-old provisions that prevent Americans from doing business with Cuba.
Andrea Wiesenmeyer brings more than 15 years experience in marketing and design to the table...
Walleye fishing season on Spirit, East and West Okoboji lakes closes this coming Sunday...
The regional children's center is seeing increased demand ahead of their planned opening...
It is believed that an impounded pitbull was retrieved illegally by the owner...
The world's biggest social network will now let users pick someone who can manage their account after they pass away.
Half of all attacks in America took place off Florida's eastern coast.
Steve Biedenfeld is the President of C.C.C. and tells more details about the annual meeting and banquet this Saturday evening in Spencer and how you can join the group.
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Boys district and substate pairings and girls regional match-ups