Updated: 10/06/2012 - Nearly 60 weenie dogs raced in the Petland weiner dog race in the Fairlawn Plaza shopping center Saturday afternoon.
Posted: 05/02/2012 - Target will soon stop selling the Amazon Kindle line of e-readers and tablets, the retailer confirmed Wednesday.
Posted: 06/18/2008 - The tradition of farming the land in northern New Mexico's Espanola Valley had been passed down from Don Bustos' Spanish ancestors who tilled the same soil centuries before.
Posted: 05/09/2008 - Citigroup Inc. said Friday it aims to shed about $500 billion in assets and grow revenue by 9 percent over the next few years, as it tries to rebound from massive losses tied to deterioration in the mortgage and credit markets.
Posted: 03/29/2008 - Kids are competing for the state wrestling championship at the Expocentre this weekend.
Posted: 03/14/2008 - The House passes a bill that would block a potential expansion of the state's prison system.
Posted: 02/18/2008 - The U.S. Navy will likely attempt to shoot down a faulty spy satellite Thursday.
Posted: 02/18/2008 - The youth minister who confessed to a 1994 killing is being widely forgiven by members of his former congregation, who say they admire his courage in finally surrendering to police.
Posted: 01/06/2008 - Britney Spears is out of the hospital but still needs help according to Dr. Phil McGraw.
Posted: 12/28/2007 - Sales of new homes plunged last month to their lowest level in more than 12 years, a grim testament to the problems plaguing the housing sector.
Posted: 12/27/2007 - Wesley Snipes' federal tax-evasion trial will go forward next month in this central Florida city, despite arguments by the actor's lawyers.
Posted: 12/09/2007 - Searchers find body and wreckage from missing chopper in Alaska.
Updated: 12/03/2007 - The body found Thursday is that of Emily Sander.
Posted: 11/30/2007 - A pregnant teenager believed to be with the suspect in the death of a Butler Community college student sent a text message to her mother after the couple fled.
Posted: 11/24/2007 - His chanting is rhythmic and rapid, a staccato string of numbers that quickly grows hypnotic as auctioneer Kevin Teets scans the audience, eyes darting between buyers on opposite sides of the room.