BANGUI, Central African Republic — France and the African Union on Saturday announced plans to deploy several thousand more troops into embattled Central African Republic, as thousands of Christians fearing reprisal attacks sought refuge from the Muslim former rebels who now control the country after days of violence left nearly 400 people dead — and possibly more.
INDIANAPOLIS — Michigan State shook up the BCS title chase again Saturday night.
Retirees from Erlanger Health System, Hamilton County's fourth-largest employer, will see their health insurance rates triple next year as the hospital joins a growing trend of employers backing away from such a benefit.
Methadone clinics aren’t just for heroin addicts anymore.
Pension administrators are balking at suggested changes that would significantly alter police officers' and firefighters' retirement plan while saving the city $400 million over the next 30 years.
Cleveland Police Chief Wes Snyder's sudden retirement Friday followed discovery of a surveillance tape showing him and a woman entering and leaving an apparent love nest in a rental warehouse on Old Tasso Road.
DALTON, Ga. — At Sgt. Marshall Edgerton's headstone Saturday morning, here they came, car by car.
CLEVELAND, Tenn. — Project Round Up, a customer-funded community assistance initiative created by Cleveland Utilities, may double its projected annual contribution to needy people of $100,000 for its first year.
NASHVILLE — Christmas will come a little late for Tennessee tax collectors in 2013, but come it will beginning Jan. 1 with officials expecting a multimillion-dollar revenue boost as online retailing giant Amazon.com starts collecting state sales taxes on items it sells.
KIMBALL, Tenn. — The city's unique plan to resolve its sewer fund deficit has received state approval.
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