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ST. JAMES, Mo. - Severe thunderstorms spawned tornadoes, large hail and lightning in parts of the Midwest on Friday, killing a boater trying to get to shore. Two tornadoes swept through south-central Missouri Friday afternoon, damaging more than 100 homes and tearing off part of a roof at a middle school moments after a tornado drill. No deaths had been reported.
MURFREESBORO, Tenn. - A tornado killed a woman and her 9-week-old infant and also injured dozens Friday in central Tennessee as a line of storms lifted homes, ripped off roofs and dumped hail in the Southeast.
DAMASCUS, Ark. - Violent storms unleashed tornadoes, high winds and hail in four central states and killed eight people in Arkansas, including a teenager who died when a tree fell into her bedroom as she slept.
Former Mesa guard Jahii Carson makes his college debut for Arizona State on Saturday against Central Arkansas.
In this July 8, 2006 file photo, then-Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee speaks with a supporter during a visit to Central City, Iowa.
The story of an unconventional and largely forgotten heroine of the civil rights movement will be featured Thursday, Jan. 19 during a film screening presented by Mesa and the Independent Television Services' Community Cinema. "Daisy Bates: First Lady of Little Rock" will portray how Bates led the 1957 charge to desegregate the all-white Central High School in Little Rock, Ark.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. - Debris and damaged items from homes and businesses where hauled curbside Monday as residents in the Midwest and South cleaned up after the weekend's severe thunderstorms that were blamed for 13 deaths.
STARKVILLE, Miss. - A tornado spawned by the remnants of Hurricane Rita ripped through Mississippi State University's campus, injuring four people at a nearby mobile home park and forcing cancellation of some Monday classes.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. -- Residents of the south-central United States dug in for more snow and freezing rain after winter storms that dropped more than a foot of snow on Arkansas were blamed for at least 12 deaths.
DAMASCUS, Ark. - Smoke rose from burning heaps of wreckage Saturday as residents of rural Arkansas cleaned up what was left of their homes after deadly tornadoes scoured a state that has been plagued by severe weather this year.
CONWAY, Arkansas - A shooting at the University of Central Arkansas killed two people and wounded a third, police said.
PHILADELPHA - Hillary Clinton is hoping the "Colbert bump" will help propel her to victory in Pennsylvania. The Democratic presidential candidate will make her first appearance on Comedy Central's "The Colbert Report" on Thursday.
EVANSVILLE, Ind. - Just eight days after a deadly tornado struck southwestern Indiana, emergency warning sirens wailed Tuesday morning as a storm system produced at least one funnel cloud.
Arizona State kicker Thomas Weber was named to The Associated Press All-America football first team Tuesday. Weber is the first Sun Devil to be so honored since Terrell Suggs in 2002.
LAFAYETTE, Tenn. - Daybreak revealed a battered landscape across the South on Wednesday, as crews searching communities hit by a violent line of tornadoes fought through downed power lines, crumpled mobile homes and snapped trees to find victims. At least 48 people were dead.
It must be November. You can tell by the stump speeches. You can hear them in Ann Arbor. You can hear them in Gainesville. You can hear them in Los Angeles.
May 5, 2005
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. - Swarms of tornadoes killed at least 10 people across the Midwest, shut down the University of Kansas and damaged much of Springfield, Ill.
WASHINGTON - The Supreme Court gave bankrupt Americans another layer of financial protection Monday, ruling that creditors cannot seize their Individual Retirement Accounts.
PUEBLO, Colo. - In some respects, Pueblo is like a pint-sized Rust Belt city. It's a steel town that was once more prominent than it is today with strong ties to the Old World -- something that's still obvious when you visit Pueblo's Italian and Slovenian bakeries and markets.
Thursday's final day of the Major League Baseball first-year draft brought more East Valley high school and a couple Arizona State players one step closer to the pros.
TUCSON - Russ Pennell, who admits he is not a household name, was introduced as the University of Arizona’s interim head men’s basketball coach Friday.
Access to ASURITE, the online system used by Arizona State University students and employees to access personal education and financial records, was restored Thursday evening after being down for more than 26 hours following a potential security breach.
Arizona's Grand Canyon National Park will be among the sites honored in the U.S. Mint's "America the Beautiful" series of quarters.
RICHMOND, Kentucky - The U.S. Army is expected to begin draining and neutralizing a container of lethal nerve agent on Wednesday, almost 15 months after a one-gallon (3.8-liter) leak was identified at a Kentucky storage site for chemical weapons.