The effects of an employee's attempted suicide and alleged sabotage of the Illinois air traffic control center where he worked stretched into a another day with hundreds of flights to and from the Chicago area canceled.
James Traficant Jr., who railed against government agencies while serving as a wild-haired, maverick congressman from Ohio, died Saturday after being critically injured in a tractor accident on his farm. Traficant was 73.
STARKVILLE, Miss. â€“ After a tough setback at Kentucky in Friday's SEC road opener, the young Mississippi State soccer team will look to take the lessons learned in that contest and forge a different result Sunday at Tennessee.
STARKVILLE, Miss. â€“ Looking to rebound from a loss to Missouri in the Southeastern Conference opener, the Mississippi State volleyball Bulldogs (5-11, 0-1 SEC) will travel to Fayetteville, Ark., to take on the Arkansas Razorbacks (7-7, 1-0 SEC) on Sunday.
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A contract employee at a Chicago-area air traffic control center apparently set a fire and tried to kill himself, officials said Friday, shutting the facility and stopping all flights at the world's second busiest airport.