Poet Restarts Production at Missouri Plant
Poet says it has restarted production at its ethanol plant in Macon, Mo., and has added corn oil production to its product mix.
Rapid City Airport Passenger Numbers Decline
Total passengers using Rapid City Regional Airport have been steadily declining in recent years, but the airport's executive director hopes that will change with a strong summer.
Marlins Beat Twins To Split Day-Night Doubleheader
Rob Brantly had three hits and a career-high four RBIs and the Miami Marlins’ offense broke out of a season-long funk to beat the Minnesota Twins 8-5 on Tuesday night and earn a split in the day-night doubleheader. The Twins took game one 4-3.
Coyle, Clutterbuck Give Wild 2-1 Win Over Kings
With their grip starting to slip on a spot in the playoffs, the Minnesota Wild responded with one of their most complete, aggressive performances of the season.
Jason Heyward Put on DL After Appendectomy
Atlanta Braves right fielder Jason Heyward was placed on the 15-day disabled list on Tuesday after an appendectomy.
Indiana Pacers’ Paul George Wins NBA’s Most Improved Award
Pacers forward Paul George spent the past summer turning himself into a better player. Now he's planning to dedicate himself to becoming the NBA's best all-around player.
AP Source: Cavs, Mike Brown Agree to Deal
A person with knowledge of the situation tells The Associated Press that Mike Brown has agreed in principle to a contract with the Cavaliers to return as their coach for a second time.
Jury Trial Starts for Inmate Henry Ricky Anfinson, Accused of Rape
A jury trial is underway for a work-release inmate accused of raping the girlfriend of a former cellmate.
Airline Service Improves, Delays Still Possible
A day after flight delays plagued much of the nation, air travel was smoother Tuesday, but the government warned passengers that the situation could change by the hour as thousands of air-traffic controllers are forced to take furloughs because of budget cuts.
Officials: Boston Bomb Suspect Read Jihadist Sites
Boston Marathon bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev was an ardent reader of jihadist websites and extremist propaganda, U.S. officials said Tuesday.