Today is Friday, March 6, the 65th day of 2015. There are 300 days left in the year.
Today's Highlight in History: On March 6, 1857, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in Dred Scott v. Sandford that Scott, a slave, was not an American citizen and
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Catrina Grimes, an EMT for Emerson Ambulance Service, checks over the medical equipment in the back of her ambulance Thursday at the center on Nettleton Avenue.
By Christi Crawford, Sun Staff Writer, firstname.lastname@example.org
JONESBORO — While schools are out and most of Northeast Arkansas closes up shop to enjoy snow days, certain career choices leave no room for free play.
Police, fire and other emergency
Arkansas State's Jasmine Hunt, right, pulls down a rebound during Thursday's Sun Belt Conference game against South Alabama at the Convocation Center. Hunt had 20 points and 11 rebounds as ASU won 70-60.
By Matthew V. Roberson
Sun Staff Writer
JONESBORO — Aundrea Gamble had been relatively quiet for most of the second half. But when Arkansas State needed her to make something happen, Gamble provided it just as she usually has the last two years.
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What was the name of the Philadelphia 76ers before they came to Philadelphia?
Answer: Syracuse Nationals
Who was the youngest Wimbledon women's champion of the 20th century?
Answer: Martina Hingis
Who was the first black tennis player to win the US Open?
Answer: Arthur Ash
What's the only Grand Slam event Lee Trevino never won?
Answer: The Masters.
In what year did the NFL adopt the sudden-death overtime period? A. 1954 B. 1964 C. 1974 D. 1984
Answer: C. 1974
What comic actor scored huge sales with his Bad Golf Made Easy instructional videos?
Kelly Clarkson, "Piece By Piece" (RCA, 19)
As one of the most successful "American Idol" winners, Kelly Clarkson can hold her head up high — she's still in the game after 13 years. That doesn't mean her new album, "Piece By Piece," gets any . . .
NEW YORK (AP) — Bruce Willis will make his Broadway debut this fall in a tale of torture and suspense — a stage adaptation of Stephen King's novel "Misery."
Warner Bros. Theatre Ventures said Wednesday the "Die Hard" star will star opposite Elizabeth . . .