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Texas drought exposes resting place of five sunken World War I ships in Neches River

A man who grew up on the Neches River was searching the low water near Beaumont when he found five sunken ships.


National Cinema Day collects $34 million at box office, 8.5 million moviegoers attend

More than 3,000 locations and 30,000 screens participated in the second annual National Cinema Day with all cinema tickets at only $4.


Lolita the whale's remains to be returned to Pacific Northwest following necropsy

The remains of Lolita, an orca whale that once served as the main attraction at the Miami Seaquarium, will be returned to the Pacific Northwest.


Uganda charges man with 'aggravated homosexuality' punishable by death penalty under new law

A 20-year-old Ugandan defendant was charged after he allegedly "performed unlawful sexual intercourse" with a 41-year-old man, reports say.


The brightest supermoon of 2023 will be visible in Wisconsin on Wednesday night

A supermoon, specifically a rare blue moon, will light up the sky Wednesday night.


'An unprecedented coup': Ziegler fires back at court's liberals, vows to post court director job

It's the latest development in a saga that has divided the state's high court since liberal Justice Janet Protasiewicz was sworn in on Aug. 3.


Appleton investigator faces forgery charges tied to 'large-scale' drug case, says he lost original paperwork

Jeremy Haney, 37, was a narcotics investigator with the Lake Winnebago Area Metropolitan Enforcement Group, but resigned in July.


Culver's signals fall's return with Pumpkin-flavored shakes and concrete mixers on menus starting Monday

The restaurant's Pumpkin Pecan custard will return to the Flavor of the Day lineup alongside other seasonal favorites.


Three young trumpeter swans, blue heron 'likely shot' at Navarino Wildlife Area; DNR investigating

The DNR's investigation is still in its early stages, and the agency is looking for any information on the birds' deaths.


Speaker Robin Vos keeps open option of impeaching newly elected Justice Janet Protasiewicz

Republicans argue Protasiewicz should step back from legal challenges to the state's election maps because she called them "rigged" while campaigning.


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