Deer farmers can sell urine for up to $110 a gallon. Hunters use it to mask their scent and draw in trophy bucks. (read more)

VANCOUVER, British Columbia - As tens of thousands of American fans passed through the gates of BC Place, they made it clear that they had not come just to cheer. They had come to demand, filling the stadium with voices, drums, flags, scarves, and costumes ranging from hairpieces to three-piece Stars-and-Stripes suits. (read more)

Saquon Barkley's journey to Heiman Trophy leading candidate wasn't a familiar story about a can't-miss prodigy (read more)

Here is what's happening in sports on Thursday, Oct. 19, including tonight's TV schedule. (read more)

ESPN's popular College GameDay program visits Happy Valley for the first time since 2009. Penn Sate coach James Franklin says his team has earned the visit. (read more)

Even when he doesn't have the ball, the Sixers rookie is opening things up on the court. Here's a breakdown of one possession. (read more)

Federal prosecutors said two gangs - the Grounds and the Pit - operated from two ends of the West Mill Creek Playground. Hostilities came to a head in 2013 with the shooting death of one gang member and the wounding of another as well as a bystander. (read more)

As the New Jersey governor's race enters the homestretch, both candidates are hoping to spark enthusiasm among their parties' most loyal voters. Phil Murphy is stumping with popular Democrats like former Vice President Joe Biden, and Republican Kim Guadagno is gambling that her hardline message on immigration will turn out a GOP base that has largely abandoned Gov. (read more)

In towns large and small, health officials have had to go begging for more money to cover the explosive growth of autopsies, toxicology tests, and overtime hours (read more)

Germantown is one of 25 communities across the nation nominated for the competition, the sole entry from the area. Winners receive up to $150,000 in grants to restore and preserve parts of their main business corridor. (read more)

Up and down the New Jersey coastline, houses have gotten bigger, taller and, with few exceptions, pricier in the years after Sandy. Year-round ownership continues to decline as wealthier families buy second homes and move in. (read more)


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