A man was attacked on the same street as one of the four who were stabbed in Edmonton at the weekend.
The South Dakota Department of Agriculture (SDDA) establishes a June 30 cutoff date for dicamba products.
Daphne Dunne was probably Australia's biggest fan of the royals and of Prince Harry in particular.
Theresa May is to meet her cabinet in a push to find a way through the Brexit deadlock, while the EU says no deal can still be avoided.
HOT SPRINGS, S.D. ? Names have been released of the two people killed Friday night in a vehicle-pedestrian crash west of Hot Springs.
Andy Murray returns to tennis with his first hit following hip resurfacing surgery in January.
Tiny needles and an electric current may be all surgeons need to quickly reshape a nose, say researchers.
A team of animators have taken seven months recreating a lost Doctor Who episode, using the original audio soundtrack.
The South Dakota Department of Transportation says construction will start to install roadway lighting on Highway 16 at the intersection with Neck Yoke Road, near Reptile Gardens, on Monday April 8, 2019.
England women boss Phil Neville says clubs like Man Utd, Chelsea and Arsenal should "throw open" their stadiums for women's football matches.
Charlotte Hornets' Jeremy Lamb lands a "desperation three" and Miami's Derrick Jones Jr goes into "airplane mode" in the NBA's top 10 plays.
Your morning briefing for 2 April 2019.
Tottenham Hotspur fans' verdict on their new stadium before it is unveiled against Crystal Palace on Wednesday, nearly six months behind schedule.
One officer said fraud was a lower priority, as it does not "bang, bleed or shout", a report finds.
The countdown begins to the launch of one of the world's boldest attempts to tackle air pollution.
The allegations come as the former US vice-president considers a run for the White House.