The infielder is traded for two Chicago players.
Rescue teams and dogs searched through the rubble Sunday at a shopping mall in Canada where a roof collapsed through two floors, leaving several people missing and 22 people slightly injured.
The 71-year-old Trebek is expected to fully recover and return to "Jeopardy!" for a 29th year, according to a Sony Television spokeswoman.
Baxter State Park rangers were rescuing a 68-year-old man who became exhausted while hiking down Maine's tallest mountain.
Former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty says he's told Mitt Romney's presidential campaign to look elsewhere for a running mate.
The ad is the latest in a series attacking Romney's record at the investment firm Bain Capital
"Breastaurants", eateries featuring scantily-clad waitresses, are one of the few booming ideas in an otherwise struggling restaurant industry.
The more we study animals, the less special humans seem.
The Cape Elizabeth park was packed with visitors enjoying the sunny summer weather on Sunday, and dozens watched in horror as the dramatic scene unfolded.
Mohammed Morsi was declared Egypt's first Islamist president on Sunday after the freest elections in the country's history.
A new GOP law that requires women to get pre-abortion ultrasounds and pay for it themselves has made women the center of attention in Virginia.
Winning creations in the 12th Annual Master Sand Sculpting Competition will remain on display through July 8 and will be lit for night viewing.
"I'm a bit nervous but very excited. Let's just say it's a challenge," said Greg Burke said in a phone interview.
The 50th annual Windjammer Days begins Sunday and runs through Wednesday.
House Speaker John Boehner had said Obama helped mislead Congress and "cover up the truth." But his Republican colleague says no evidence supports that claim.
Who they ultimately choose will have a big say in determining who wins the White House.
Julien's Auctions announced in May that it would sell the empty tomb, and it was expected to generate six-figure bids.
Donald James and his wife admitted to using stolen checks and credit cards to obtain $48,000 in cash and property to buy heroin.
It wasn't that long ago that Tony Giancola was considered one of Tampa's top young educators, consistently receiving great reviews from superiors and students . . .
While many Maine high school students will be sailing or playing basketball, a group of 20 students this week is attending a camp to learn about dentistry.
The turnpike board says it will take criticism into account, but it can't overlook the need for extra revenue.
Meanwhile, Jerry Sandusky’s attorneys say they asked to be excused due to lack of preparation time but were turned down – which could become the basis of an appeal.
A team climbing to where Nick Hall slid to his death is forced to turn back.
Critics dislike having to insure short-term workers; backers cite coverage for children under 26.
Local woman dies in fatal Falmouth crash / NH woman accused of stealing from Maine business / Applications being accepted for District Court judge ... and more news from around the state.
The British occupation of eastern Maine in the War of 1812 prompted a split from Massachusetts.
The state epidemiologist said there were 41 reported cases of the disease in Somerset County, calling it a "mini epidemic."
Finding the right person to manage the quirky enterprise is a challenge.
Wait, what? A Catholic priest who's married? With children? That can't be right. ... Except it is.