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Country Hall of Fame member, Ray Price, still alive

We would like to clarify a story you saw on our website earlier today. The Owen Bradley's Quonset Hut's Facebook page stated that the famed country music star, Ray Price, succumbed to complications from pancreatic cancer.

Suspect arrested in the killing of Ohio girl, 9

 A suspect is in custody Sunday after a 9-year-old Ohio girl was found dead in a trash bin near her home, authorities said.

Obama weighs spying recommendations

President Barack Obama must decide in the coming weeks how to rein in the vast spying powers of the federal government without putting Americans' safety at risk, a task he's said would result in new "self-restraint" at the Nat

Actor, Peter O'Toole dies at 81

Actor Peter O'Toole died Saturday, peacefully in a hospital, his agent Steve Kenis said Sunday. O'Toole was 81 years old.

Budget experts: Don't expect big economic growth after budget deal

Two budget experts weighed in Sunday on the bipartisan budget deal reached last week, saying the deal brings a sigh of relief but not the reforms needed to create a positive shift for the economy.

Police at a Virginia police department release a holiday remix that shares holiday safety tips

Police in Hampton, Viriginia, released a remix of "Jingle Bells" just in time for Christmas. The video shares holiday safety tips.

Mandela laid to rest in Qunu, ending a journey that transformed South Africa

 With military pomp and traditional rituals, South Africa buried Nelson Mandela on Sunday, the end of an exceptional journey for the prisoner turned president who transformed the nation.

Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston wins Heisman Trophy

Florida State University quarterback Jameis Winston was awarded the 79th Heisman Trophy on Saturday, an honor that comes amid lingering questions about a rape allegation that has cast a pall over his claim to the coveted bronze statue.

Lawmakers provide some glimmers of hope in Washington

That warm and fuzzy feeling lawmakers had on Capitol Hill last week for doing their jobs and finally passing a budget continued into the weekend, as the architects of the deal patted each other on the back for a job well done.

107-year-old World War II vets meet in Austin

It's fairly common for Veterans to get together to swap war stories, unless both are 107 years old and talking about World War II. That's exactly what happened on Friday in Austin Texas.