As rescuers in Wayne, Mich., continue to search for two people believed trapped in the rubble, authorities have widened the evacuation zone around a furniture store that was leveled earlier today by what's believed to have been a natural gas explosion.The Detroit News writes that:"Gas offi
The medevac choppers land and then taxi over to the gate just outside the emergency room, where gurneys are waiting. Nightfall has brought a bone-chilling wind, and a gang of nurses and orderlies rushes four patients into the warmth of the ER.It's more than warm inside. In fact it's 100 degrees.
There's a pretty good chance you've seen the movie or the musical -- or at least heard some of the Rodgers and Hammerstein songs.So this sad news may also bring back some fond memories:Agathe von Trapp, the oldest daughter among the seven children made famous by The Sound of Music, has died
Minnesota Vikings quarterback Brett Favre has been fined $50,000 by the National Football League for not cooperating with its investigation into allegations that he texted lewd messages and photos of himself to New York Jets employee Jenn Sterger (two years ago, when Favre was playing for the Jets),
When a blizzard's coming, there are sure to be stories about folks stocking up on milk and toilet paper.And when the blizzard's over, there are sure to be stories about outrage over unplowed streets and seemingly unprepared state and local governments.That's exactly what's happening now in the wake
The stories are emerging of what it was like yesterday to be on the Spillway East chairlift at Sugarloaf Mountain resort in Maine when the cable derailed -- sending several chairs falling 20 or 30 feet to the ground, injuring at least 8 people and stranding about 150 others for up to a couple hours