A New York City man credits his guide dog for saving his life after he fainted and fell onto subway tracks on Tuesday, just as a train was approaching. The dog, Orlando, is credited with nudging his owner Cecil Williams into a space between the train and its rails, as at least one subway car rolled over them. Orlando walked away without a scratch and his owner was hospitalized with minor injuries.
An ordinance is on the table to create the Office of Inspector General, which could be a full time or part time contractual employee.
Riots in Ferguson spark frank discussions in Springfield
Springfield Police are looking for a man that robbed a north end payday loan store Tuesday morning.
A one month old baby is dead in Kincaid.