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Top performers: 10 animated movies that dominated the box office

All movies provide a bit of an escape, but animated films especially add a touch of fantasy to the theater-going experience. The adventure is often just as intense in animated films, but the images are typically brighter than their live-action counterparts, plus there's usually a catchy song or two to boot. 

COPS Logan launches toy drive for Santa Store

It’s never too early to think about Christmas. At least, that’s the attitude COPS Logan president Michael Carlson has about the annual Santa Store hosted by the local Community Oriented Policing Services shops.

Matchbox Cars, coloring book, Magic make Toy Hall of Fame

Matchbox Cars, the coloring book and the collectible card game Magic: The Gathering were inducted Thursday into the National Toy Hall of Fame, recognized for an enduring appeal that keeps them on store shelves today.

Christmas Eve grinch: Gift for homeless man’s son stolen from driveway

On Christmas Eve he planned to take it to his son, so he stayed at his son’s mother’s home in Frayser. It was parked in the driveway, attached to his Chevy pickup. But he woke up around 2 in the morning when he heard something out of place. Someone had stolen both his truck and the present.

Buying Christmas Bureau toys is a full-time job

There were years when buying toys for the Christmas Bureau could be accomplished by two volunteers over a couple of months, but now it takes four volunteers working nearly full time all year to accomplish the mammoth task.