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The Carthage Press
Posted at 6:00 PM

New Yorkers spend an average of six hours and 18 minutes each week getting to and from work, the longest commute among the 30 largest U.S. cities, according to a study by city Comptroller Scott Stringer.

Updated at 5:22 PM

A suspect accused of killing one person and wounding 5 others in a shooting earlier today in Mesa, Arizona is in custody, officials say.

Posted at 5:16 PM

The Route 66 Association of Missouri will hold its 26th Annual Motor Tour, “The Hub and Spoke Tour: Hot Rods and Cool Caves”, on September...

Posted at 5:00 PM

A few years ago, it would have been unthinkable that General Motors would all but pull out of a major auto market, especially if rival Ford vowed to stay in.

Posted at 5:25 PM

Stump, a 10-year-old Sussex spaniel, became the oldest Best in Show winner at the Westminster Kennel Club dog show in February. Stump makes his home in Houston with his handler, Scott Sommer. In 2004, veterinarians at Texas A&M University in College...

Posted at 5:25 PM

Blind, injured or otherwise handicapped dogs, cats and horses find a loving home at Rolling Dog Ranch Animal Sanctuary in Ovando (pop. 71). The 160-acre sanctuary, founded in 2000 by Steve Smith and Alayne Marker, tends to 70 to 80 disabled...

Posted at 5:25 PM

Tips for keeping your pets healthy and comfortable

Posted at 5:25 PM

Debi Boies, of Landrum (pop. 2,472), and pilot Jon Wehrenberg, of Knoxville, Tenn., founded Pilots N Paws to rescue doomed animals. Pilots volunteer their time, planes and fuel to transport dogs and cats to rescue groups.

Posted at 5:25 PM

The state's oldest horse is Mr. Kid Bars, who turns 40 this month. The registered American quarter horse works at Cedar Creek Therapeutic Riding Center in Columbia (pop. 84,531). Most horses don't live longer than 30 years.

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