LOCK HAVEN - One day after John Edward Englert II of Mill Hall was sentenced to a minimum five years for driving a boat drunk and killing a 12-year-old Hublersburg girl last summer, the woman who tried to cover for him was also sentenced to state...
The driver of a Hummer that was involved in a three-fatality wreck said he had turned around to check on his dog before losing control of the vehicle, an Oklahoma Highway Patrol trooper testified Frid ...
For clues to a person's political beliefs, you can check out the car that they drive (think Prius versus Hummer) or even observe the kinds of foods that they eat (think tofu versus cheeseburger).
JEZ SPINKS reports on the car models that aren't available in Australia that he'd like to see here.
Hype over the new battery-powered Volt from GM may be surging but every major car maker has jumped onto what some are already calling a global revolution
LOCK HAVEN, Pa.—A central Pennsylvania woman will serve time for lying about her role in what authorities call a drunken boating accident that killed a 12-year-old girl.
The owner of Big Daddy's a Touch of the South is accused of running a $9 million dollar drug operation for a decade.
Local auto business giant Mike Daugherty will close his Fulton Avenue Chevrolet dealership today. It will reopen within days as part of a General Motors complex run by local dealer Brian Castonguay.
We are now in a process of rapid recovery from our disease of bearing false witness. This is what makes WikiLeaks, YouTube, Facebook, and text messaging so glorious.
LOCK HAVEN - One day after John Edward Englert II of Mill Hall was sentenced to up to 11 years for driving a boat drunk and killing a 12-year-old Hublersburg girl last summer, the woman who tried to cover up the crime was also sentenced to state...
LOCK HAVEN - John Edward Englert II will spend a minimum five years in prison for driving his speed boat while drunk and causing the death of a 12-year-old girl last year. The sentence, handed down Thursday by Clinton County President Judge J.
A man accused of killing three people during a wreck on Christmas Eve is in court Friday.
OGUNQUIT, Maine - Protestors exercised the right to bare skin, taking off their shirts at Mainestreet on Saturday,...
July 30, 2010: U.S. efforts to deploy it's microwave Active Denial System (which transmits a searchlight sized bean of energy when makes people downrange feel like their skin is on fire) continues to be delayed. Earlier this year, an ADS system was sent to Afghanistan.