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The Suburbanite
Posted at 12:00 PM

Ben Carson, the former presidential candidate and current Donald Trump adviser, said Wednesday that "elderly" presidential nominees like Trump and Hillary Clinton should release their medical history.

Posted at 11:45 AM

At some point during the night, close to 2 a.m., Birdsong and a woman he had met earlier in the evening decided to scale a fire escape to the rooftop above Qdoba and jump across.

Updated at 11:33 AM

Donald Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway suggested her candidate was performing better than polls show because "undercover Trump voters" are afraid to publicly express their support for the Republican nominee.

Posted at 11:30 AM

The rapid growth of Tesla Motors and the increasing range of other electric vehicles have the state contemplating new requirements that anger both Tesla and competitors like Honda. They say California is changing the rules in the middle of the game,...

Updated at 11:27 AM

Rudy Giuliani has been fueling speculation that Hillary Clinton's health is not well. And Stephen Colbert thinks he may have discovered why the former New York City mayor may have some knowledge about women's bodies.

Posted at 11:00 AM

The countdown to the 2020 Olympics began Wednesday with the arrival of the Olympic flag in Tokyo from Rio de Janeiro. The contrast between the two host cities couldn't be starker. Instead of samba in the streets, there will be robots and...

Posted at 10:10 AM

NEW FRANKLIN  The Summit County Engineer recently completed one bridge project and has another on its agenda next year in New Franklin. The first project, which was completed earlier this month, was the...

Posted at 10:04 AM

JACKSON TWP.  Lori Penrod first met Marissa Anderegg, who was 18 months old. Penrod, a hospice nurse, continued to care for Marissa for 10 years before she and her husband, Marvin, became her legal...

Posted at 10:51 AM

Barry (Grant Gustin) will have a new speedster to face off against this fall when

Posted at 10:00 AM

People today seem to spend more time looking at cute things than ever before. The appeal of these characters may seem trivial, but it actually highlights an evolutionary force - one that can trigger billions of dollars a year of consumer spending.

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