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The instrument's fate is now in the hands of a federal judge in South Dakota tasked with determining whether blues guitarist Robert A. Johnson owned the guitar when he donated it to the National Music Museum last year along with a guitar made for Johnny Cash, one of Bob Dylan's harmonicas and other objects.
The museum, located in Vermillion, South Dakota, insisted in a federal lawsuit last week that it is the legal owner of the broken Martin D-35, which "The King" played during his 1977 tour and gave to a fan in St.
A rare yellow lobster nearly wound up on a dinner plate after being delivered in a Publix grocery store's daily seafood shipment.
According to the University of Maine's Lobster Institute, the odds of finding a yellow lobster are one in 30 million.
A New York sheriff's deputy killed in the line of duty is being honored — nearly 90 years after his death.
On Friday, Erie County Sheriff's deputies will wear black bands over their badges in honor of Fredrick Kaesser, whose story only recently came to light.
Kaesser died on Aug. 1, 1925, a few days after being shot in the abdomen while trailing three armed robbery suspects.
Earlier this year, Kaesser's name was carved onto a memorial in Buffalo honoring fallen deputies after former Erie County Sheriff Tom Higgins discovered and researched Kaesser's story.
Residents of the village of Depew have been complaining all summer about the garbage trains left idling for hours on CSX railroad tracks.
After getting no response from CSX officials, Deputy Mayor Steven Hoffman and some residents contacted Sen. Charles Schumer's office, hoping he'll be able to get CSX to resolve the problem.
Dustin Johnson takes time off tour due to undisclosed "personal challenges" and will miss the PGA Championship and Ryder Cup.
David Price joined Detroit, Jon Lester moved to Oakland and John Lackey became a St. Louis player amid of flurry of deals before baseball's trade deadline.
England ends a victory drought of almost a year by beating India to square their cricket test series at 1-1.
GINOBILI TO MISS WORLD CUP DUE TO LEG INJURY
San Antonio star Manu Ginobili will not represent Argentina in basketball's World Cup due to a leg stress fracture.
The New York Attorney General's Office says it will take applications to help Land Banks restore abandoned properties with up to $20 million.
Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is dedicating money from the 2012 national settlement with five major mortgage lenders over foreclosure practices.