Political outsiders crowd Wyoming governor’s race
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — With mega-donor and first-time candidate Foster Friess attempting to force his way into the mix, voters will choose between the business acumen of a former dot-com CEO and the government experience of Wyoming's treasurer in a Republican primary that may determine the state's next governor.
FanX update: Chuck Norris and changes in store for FanX Salt Lake Comic Convention 2018
Chuck Norris doesn’t go to fan conventions. Fan conventions come to him. So the fact that Chuck Norris is slated to be a guest at FanX Salt Lake Comic Con 2018 this September? Well, it’s something.
Norris was one of several guests announced as additions to the fall convention lineup at a press conference at the Utah State Capitol in Salt Lake City Wednesday morning.
Chuck Norris vs. Sony, CBS: Iconic star files $30M lawsuit over ‘Walker, Texas Ranger’ profits
Sony Pictures Television and CBS will see "Walker, Texas Ranger" Chuck Norris in court.
The iconic action star who fought Bruce Lee in "The Way of the Dragon" in 1972 is taking on Sony and CBS in 2018 over profits from his hit television show. A lawsuit alleges that CBS failed to pay Mr. Norris' Top Kick Productions 23 percent of the "the profits earned from any, and all, exploitations" of "Walker, Texas Ranger."
Bruce L. Germaine, 76, a resident of the Charleston House in Beaver Dam, formerly of Juneau, found eternal peace Saturday, Jan. 6, 2018.
Bruce was born Nov. 10, 1941, in Kenosha, to Clarence and Roberta (Duffy) Germaine. He attended Juneau Public Schools. In Bruce’s earlier years, he loved hunting, fishing, gardening and attending stock car races. He loved his plants and talking to anyone around him. He enjoyed watching the Packers, Badgers, Brewers and Bucks. He was an avid Chuck Norris fan.
Alabama Senate write-ins: God, Bugs Bunny, Chuck Norris
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — God, Bugs Bunny and Chuck Norris were among the write-in votes that played a role in electing a Democrat to the U.S. Senate in Alabama for the first time in a quarter-century.
More than 22,000 write-in ballots were cast on Dec. 12, according to the Alabama Secretary of State's office — a greater number than the 20,715-vote margin by which Democrat Doug Jones beat Republican Roy Moore.
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Chuck Norris sues over MRI chemical he says poisoned wife
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Action star Chuck Norris took on medical device manufacturers in a lawsuit filed in California on Wednesday alleging a chemical used in MRI imaging scans poisoned his wife.
Gadolinium that doctors injected into Gena Norris to improve the clarity of her MRIs have left her weak and tired and with debilitating bouts of pain and a burning sensation, the suit filed in San Francisco Superior Court says.
Tough sea turtle returned to ocean off Florida Keys
MARATHON, Fla. (AP) — A tough sea turtle named Chuck Norris is swimming again off the Florida Keys.
The sub-adult loggerhead sea turtle named for the actor and martial artist was released Monday evening.
It was rescued in March off the Lower Keys by Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officers after it suffered a severe boat strike.
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — Olympic gold is on the mind of a 23-year-old martial arts instructor.
With the 2020 Summer Olympics including karate for the first time, Ian Turner has the opportunity to join the first U.S. karate team, along with four of his students.
On "Saturday Night Live" last weekend, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson announced his phony 2020 presidential campaign, with Tom Hanks as his running mate. But America would probably be happier if they flipped the ticket.
Not everyone gets to meet their hero. So when her son’s teacher called saying that Chuck Norris was in Logan last week, Leann Mendoza decided her plans could wait. She turned around in Smithfield and headed to Preston High School for her son, Jonathan (Jonny).
Film, martial arts star Chuck Norris visits fan diagnosed with cerebral palsy
Millville, Utah resident Brian Bills, 27, was diagnosed with cerebral palsy when he was 13 months old. A fan of Chuck Norris as a kid, despite his limitations, he would impersonate martial arts moves in the actor’s movies and television shows.
“I had CP, I couldn’t walk and I started moving a lot faster when I saw him,” Bills said. “Now, I can pretty much move on my own. I have some extra support.”
Kristine K. Krogmeier, 52, of Burlington, and formerly of Fort Madison, passed away at 2:45 a.m. Friday, April 28, 2017, at the Great River Hospice House.
She was a 12-year breast cancer survivor and unfortunately the cancer came back and overtook her body.
She was born on Feb. 15, 1965, in Fort Madison, to Patrick and Joyce Jones Krogmeier. Kris had lived at Hope Haven for 30 years and for the past several years resided at the Krogmeier Site at Hope Haven.
Texas Senate names Chuck Norris honorary Texan
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — The Texas Senate has named Chuck Norris an honorary Texan — especially fitting for the former star of "Walker, Texas Ranger."
The actor and his wife, Gena, appeared in the chamber on Tuesday. Norris has acted in many action and martial arts films over the decades, in addition to playing the title character in the "Walker" TV series from 1993 until 2001.
SANDY — As afternoon was edging toward evening a week and half ago, a black SUV pulled into the driveway at the home Judy Parry shares with her son Mark.
Walker, Texas Ranger, got out.
Yeah, that Walker, Texas Ranger.
He rapped on the door, just like in the TV show, crouched and ready for whatever was on the other side of the door.
Erie will close Ridge View Drive between Sheridan and Mountain View boulevards next week as crews do water and sanitary sewer work, according to a news release.
The work will start Aug. 8 and is expected to last a week depending on weather conditions.
The work will involve completing new tie-ins to the existing waterline on the north side of the roadway and the sanitary sewer on the south side.
Access to Primrose School will remain open via Mountain View...
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Chuck Norris: Clinton presidency would ‘destroy what is left of our republic’
Chuck Norris is encouraging voters of all stripes to rally behind Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, because a "no" vote for Mr. Trump is a vote for Hillary Clinton, and another Clinton presidency "will certainly dismantle or destroy what is left of our republic."
In an op-ed for WND.com, the legendary actor and martial artist spoke about the "monumental consequences" of the former first lady winning the White House.