From Texas to North Carolina, fishermen in the southeastern U.S. have been catching giant shrimp, big enough to stretch across a 12-inch dinner plate.
A federal judge says the JetBlue pilot who disrupted a cross-country flight by running through the plane and yelling has had a psychotic episode in prison.
Texas U.S. Senate candidate Ted Cruz will be among the “headliners” addressing the Republican National Convention in Tampa.
The Dallas Mavericks used their only pick of the first round to get 7-foot North Carolina center Tyler Zeller, then traded his rights to Cleveland for three selections.
They tell me the video board at Charlotte Motor Speedway is bigger than JumboJerry at Cowboys Stadium. Doesn’t look it. I’m sure it’s because it’s outside in a 160,000-seat venue.
Gay marriage supporters planning for a protest had to quickly change their plans on Wednesday.
The average cost of a U.S. wedding in 2012 is $26,951. After dishing out for their nuptials, most couples are eager to settle down and save money.
A member of the U.S. military allegedly found with explosives in his airport luggage on New Year’s Eve is expected to make his first court appearance.
The Dallas Cowboys waived running back Tashard Choice on Saturday, more than 24 hours prior to a key NFC East contest in Philadelphia on Sunday night.
Skeletal remains found Thursday in a remote part of Mineral Wells belong to Krishonda Townsend, a 19-year-old mother who went missing in July 2010, Palo Pinto County Sheriff Ira Mercer said.
Hurricane Irene’s main thrust was still a day away from North Carolina but heightened waves began hitting the state’s Outer Banks early Friday.
Thousands were fleeing an exposed strip of coastal villages and beaches off North Carolina on Thursday as Irene approached, threatening to become the first major hurricane to hit the East Coast in seven years.