Louisiana's high-risk health insurance pool will close Dec. 31 for its roughly 1,900 policy holders.
The University of Alabama fan who pleaded guilty to poisoning Auburn University's landmark oak trees asked a judge to reduce his $500-a-month restitution payments to the school, saying he can't afford them.
Cummins Inc. is planning a company-first wellness center for its employees and their families to be located on the Jackson Street block that now contains the Volunteers in Medicine clinic.
A water leak has forced the evacuation of 43 patients from a suburban Des Moines nursing home.
Attacks on polio teams in northwest Pakistan on Friday killed a polio worker and two policemen assigned to protect one of the teams, police and a government official said.
The New Mexico Conference of Catholic Bishops is coming out in defense of a state law that prohibits assisted suicide, saying the statute is meant to protect life.
Anna Lynn spread her arms wide like a wall and stepped toward a couple of powerful bison twice her size Thursday morning, herding them into light holding areas after they were vaccinated at Wildlife Prairie State Park.
An Assembly panel has advanced a measure to let registered medical marijuana users in New Jersey obtain pot legally in other states.
The city of Detroit's Vital Records Division is permanently closing as operations are transferred to the Wayne County Clerk's office.
If Bronzell Miller dies today, it might be laughter that kills him.
A novel way to speed the testing of cancer drugs and quickly separate winners from duds has yielded its first big result: an experimental medicine that shows promise against a hard-to-treat form of breast cancer.
Doctors at the University of Mississippi Medical Center have performed the facility's first pancreas transplant in a 49-year-old diabetes patient who also received a kidney during the procedure.
A comprehensive defense policy bill that aims to deal with the epidemic of sexual assault in the military is on track for Senate passage next week.
A second elementary school in Rhinelander is closing because of an outbreak of sickness.
Garrett Westfall has some impressive bucks living just out his backdoor in rural Liberty.
A Boise man is charged with not telling a sexual partner that he is infected with the virus that causes AIDS.
Nine hospitals in southeast Michigan are forming a network that aims to improve all types of stroke care.
The Alzheimer's Association in New Mexico is holding Spanish-language classes for people who are caring for loved ones with the Alzheimer's disease.
A spokeswoman for Nebraska Attorney General Jon Bruning says Bruning has successfully undergone surgery to remove part of his colon and surrounding lymph nodes.
San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit and its two largest unions will be meeting for a second day over a key contract provision that has led to a lawsuit.