American Atheists said they received support after the vandalism.
Now, a trip to Mill Creek Park in spring and a rainbow are on her list to see.
Up to two dozen burglaries in University District.
The girl had her hands zip-tied together and she had separate zip ties around her ankles.
A second chance group is working to give those convicted of a crime a second chance.
While it may look like it at first, it’s not a blizzard in Denver.
The mother of the baby died from the overdose, the baby’s father was revived.
Supporters of the event simply said, “This small community has a big heart.”
Buffalo homeowner was told solar panels face reams of bureaucratic red tape
Sahal Hussein, from Somalia, is a sophomore at Lafayette High School
The slopes are looking great at Holiday Valley, thanks to some much needed relief from Mother Nature over the past week.
Town officials want Mercy EMS to have a permanent contract, but a regional board stands in their way
Kearns “shames” the State Office of General Services
State records show the 155 employees working between the three stores will have jobs until April 6, when layoffs will begin.
Americans are snatching up Powerball tickets as the jackpot nears the historic $1 billion mark.
Troopers communicated with the despondent man from below after shutting down the Thruway.
In December, U.S. employers added a robust 292,000 jobs.