Oregon wins the first NCAA men's basketball tourney, the Good Friday Earthquake rips up Alaska, Brando boycotts the Oscars, and Viagra gets FDA approval, all on this day.
2013: Paul Williams, the journalist and publisher who founded the magazine Crawdaddy!, dies at age 64 at his home in California from complications related to a 1995 bicycle accident. A traumatic brain injury suffered in the accident led to early onset of dementia. Williams created Crawdaddy!, the first American magazine of rock music criticism, in January 1966 on the campus of Swarthmore College outside of Philadelphia with first issue consisting of 10 mimeographed pages written entirely by himself.
Kutztown University's student-athletes competed to raised money to fight cancer Saturday afternoon.
One man has died following an accident that happened in Upper Macungie Township Friday evening.
Saturday, dozens of Vietnam War veterans, as well as hundreds more, came to witness as Easton Area High School dedicated the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.
Police in Lower Saucon Township say a black bear jumped a man's backyard fence and stole one of his goats Thursday night.
Out of the goodness of their hearts, a handful mascots spent their time at Lehigh Valley Hospital in Allentown.
A group of barbers is giving back to the reading community by offering children free hair cuts for the new school year.
With AG Kathleen Kane battling criminal charges, many eyes have turned to whether the state's highest court will invoke a sanction to quickly suspend her law license.
Harris County Sheriff's Office via CNN
The wife of a Texas deputy shot to death at a gas station described her husband as a "blend of toughness and gentility" as she mourned the fallen officer.
Deputy Darren H. Goforth died Friday night when a gunman came up behind him and shot him in the...
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Ten years after being devastated by Hurricane Katrina, the city of New Orleans continues to rebuild.
Library of Congress
The vacuum is invented, Ty Cobb makes his major-league debut, Bob Dylan releases "Highway 61 Revisited," and Thurgood Marshall is confirmed as the first black justice on the Supreme Court, all on this day.
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