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CAMERON, Ariz. — Florida aerialist Nik Wallenda has planned his highest tightrope walk yet, and he says he'll do it without a harness.
SARASOTA, Fla. — Aerialist Nik Wallenda says he’s planning a tightrope walk near the Grand Canyon, but he won’t be wearing a safety harness like he used at Niagara Falls.
Low mortgage rates and declining home values make homeownership extremely affordable these days. But does that mean now is the right time to buy a home? Should you wait?
NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y. -- Military officials say they're investigating why an upstate New York man was told his son had been killed in Afghanistan when the soldier was alive and well.
Illusionist David Copperfield is making a stop in the East Valley, and he plans to do far more for audiences than pull a rabbit out of a hat.
In 2006, Alaska desperately needed cash to complete a museum featuring a mummified bison and other natural wonders of the frozen north. So the state dipped into its share of the landmark 1998 tobacco settlement.
Two lions are leading the race in Mesa’s ninth annual Sculptures in the Street contest for the People’s Choice Award.
This relatively slow week in the college basketball world finally allowed this Insider to go back and attempt what he should have done two weeks ago. Namely, play Pac-10 pick ’em.
NIAGARA FALLS, Ontario - Danny Glover has been convicted in Niagara Falls, Ontario, for trespassing in a hotel during a union rally in 2006.
Youth hockey continues to thrive in the desert with another team advancing to action on a national stage. And this local team is crossing the border to represent the East Valley next month.
TORONTO - Dan Aykroyd is throwing his star power behind an $11 million winery that aims to boost the Niagara wine region's international profile. The Dan Aykroyd Winery, which will showcase souvenirs from the actor's career, will be located near the town of Lincoln, Ontario, in the heart of the province's vineyards.
Marc Spitzer was cleaning out his office at the Arizona Corporation Commission last week and preparing to move his family to Washington, D.C.
After a year of receiving letters, postcards and souvenirs, Kathy Burke’s fourthgrade class finally met the truck-driver couple they have “traveled” with across the country.
There is nothing more relaxing than the sound of a gently splashing waterfall, and that might explain why these natural wonders are high on the list of sightseers. It only makes sense then that having this soothing sound in your home is an appealing decor option.
FRESNO, Calif. - The number of people indicted in a scheme that bilked thousands of dollars from a Red Cross fund designated for Hurricane Katrina victims has risen to 49, federal authorities said.
NEW YORK - The NHL made a take-it-or-leave-it pitch of a $42.5 million cap to the players' association Tuesday night, the night before hockey was set to be wiped out altogether. The union responded with a counteroffer of a $49 million salary cap that the league dismissed out-of-hand, saying all teams couldn't afford that much.
NEW YORK - In what could be a last-second breakthrough, both sides of the NHL lockout have given significant ground: The players' association will accept a salary cap, and the league has backed off its demand for a link between revenues and player costs.
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Longtime Valley radio personality Preston Westmoreland is traveling the country while he waits out a noncompete clause he signed with
The best thing about Penny Hardaway this season is the noise level he's generated about being a reserve who averages 19 minutes per game.
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NIAGARA FALLS, Ontario - A man who went over Niagara Falls with only the clothes on his back and survived will be charged with illegally performing a stunt, park police said Tuesday.
Kirk Jones, 40, of Canton, Mich., waits at the shoreline at the base of the Canadian Horseshoe Falls after surviving a plunge over Niagara Falls, with only the clothes on his back to protect him, in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada Monday.
Bouncing back from the largest blackout in U.S. history, cities from the Midwest to Manhattan restored power Friday to millions of people - only to confront a second series of woes created in the aftermath of the enormous outage.