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A Williston man who admitted to having sexual encounters with two underage girls last year has been sentenced to five years in prison

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Dukes of Hazard actor's Louisiana home, studio swamped
Actor, writer and director John Schneider, known for his past role on the "Dukes of Hazzard" and current role on "The Haves and the Have Nots," thought the first flood he experienced at his Louisiana production studio was bad
Nate Parker talks male privilege, consent in new interview
Nate Parker talks male privilege, consent in new interview
The actor-director dealing with a 17-year-old rape case casting a storm over his new film has opened up in a new interview
The Latest: Trump tweet on Chicago shooting prompts backlash
The Latest: Trump tweet on Chicago shooting prompts backlash
Donald Trump is receiving criticism for his latest tweets, after NBA star Dwyane Wade's cousin was fatally gunned down near a Chicago school where she intended to register her children
The Latest: Police questioning 3 in death of Wade's cousin
The Latest: Police questioning 3 in death of Wade's cousin
Chicago police say they're questioning three people in the shooting death of NBA star Dwyane Wade's cousin
Mystics guard Bria Hartley pregnant
Mystics guard Bria Hartley is pregnant will miss remainder of season. Washington signs Leilani Mitchell
Men arrested for buying cars with fake movie money
Police say two men accused of buying cars with fake movie money have been arrested in suburban Atlanta
Lying under oath draws California prosecutor's ire
Lying under oath draws California prosecutor's ire
Lying under oath is rampant in courts across the country but is rarely prosecuted
Dukes of Hazard actor's Louisiana home, studio swamped
Actor, writer and director John Schneider, known for his past role on the "Dukes of Hazzard" and current role on "The Haves and the Have Nots," thought the first flood he experienced at his Louisiana production studio was bad
Vikings host Chargers in new stadium debut
Vikings host Chargers in new stadium debut
The Vikings will take the field in their new stadium for the first time, showing off the $1.1 billion venue to their fans _ and the Chargers, whose 15-year quest to replace aged Qualcomm Stadium has yielded only uncertainty about their future in San Diego
Studio Museum in Harlem initiative: Art beyond its walls
The Studio Museum is expanding its reach into the community with four public art installations at four Harlem parks
Local pediatric dentist to revisit her rock star past
Dr. Mandy Ashley never thought she'd revisit her teenage rock star past playing bass with the Finnish band Apulanta
Editorials from around New England
Editorials from around New England
Chris Tucker hosts celebrity golf tournament in Georgia
Actor Chris Tucker hosts a celebrity golf tournament in suburban Atlanta to raise funds for programs to support children and education locally
Grand Island business owners promote downtown with concerts
Grand Island business owners promote downtown with concerts
Brent Lindner and Sharena Anson are believers in downtown Grand Island
Signs will soon point the way through Macon's music history
Signs could soon be placed at significant sites and entertainment venues in Macon in an effort to recognize the Georgia city's rich music history
Nevada among Trump's big hopes for victory in a swing state
Nevada among Trump's big hopes for victory in a swing state
As the November election draws closer, Nevada is shaping up as one of Donald Trump's biggest hopes for a swing state victory
New photography press has statewide vision
Juneau-based Alaska photographer Ben Huff received a Rasmuson fellowship this year to start Ice Fog Press, which will create art and photography books "about Alaska, by Alaskans."
NY court says strippers are club's employees
A midlevel state court has ruled that a suburban Syracuse strip club's dancers are employees and the company owes unemployment insurance payments on their behalf
UK broadcaster shuts down for hour, asks viewers to exercise
One of Britain's leading broadcasters has blacked out its programs for an hour in hopes of spurring viewers to get some exercise
Family business brews success keeping workers caffeinated
Family business brews success keeping workers caffeinated
A fear that family conflict might spill over into his father's business led Thomas Miller to strike out on his own as a young man
GOP vice presidential nominee Pence among Sunday show guests
Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence and the Libertarian nominee for president, Gary Johnson, are among the guests for Sunday's news shows
Britney Spears hitches a ride for Corden's Carpool Karaoke
Britney Spears hitches a ride for Corden's Carpool Karaoke
Oops! James Corden did it again, sharing his Carpool Karaoke commute with Britney Spears on Thursday's edition of "The Late Late Show."
Hoffman goes 6 innings, Rockies lose to Nationals 8-5
Hoffman goes 6 innings, Rockies lose to Nationals 8-5
Colorado rookie pitcher Jeff Hoffman will never be accused of easing his way into the major leagues
Jordy Mercer hits grand slam, Pirates hold off Brewers 5-3
Jordy Mercer hits grand slam, Pirates hold off Brewers 5-3
Jordy Mercer's first career grand slam capped a five-run sixth inning in the Pittsburgh Pirates' 5-3 win over the Milwaukee Brewers
'Making a Murderer' attorney seeks more evidence testing
'Making a Murderer' attorney seeks more evidence testing
The attorney for a Wisconsin inmate featured in the hit Netflix documentary series "Making a Murderer" has filed a motion seeking permission to perform extensive scientific tests on evidence she believes will show he's innocent