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KTLA NewsPYRAMID LAKE (KTLA) -- A Bay Area man was killed Saturday when his jet ski collided with a boat on Pyramid Lake, authorities said. Witnesses claim Edgardo Almaraz, of Newark, Calif., was riding his Wave Runner around 1:40 p.m. when he made a sudden...
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HAMPTON — President Barack Obama is being asked to make Fort Monroe a national monument under the Antiquities Act after the Army vacates in September, a much faster process than establishing a national park. But little is known about a process that...
Christiane Desroches Noblecourt Pioneering Egyptologist saved antiquities from Aswan flooding Christiane Desroches Noblecourt, 97, a pioneering French Egyptologist who helped salvage Nubia's vaunted antiquities from flooding caused by the construction...
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Margaret Tyzack British actress on stage, screen and television Margaret Tyzack, 79, a British actress perhaps best known to American audiences for her roles in the acclaimed BBC television series "The Forsyte Saga" and "I, Claudius," died Saturday in...
The pyramid guide to healthy eating that many Americans grew up with has been scrapped, and in its place the Obama administration is serving up a dinner plate icon sliced up by food groups. The Department of Agriculture unveiled its new icon, MyPlate, on...
Staff ReporterA historical site in York County is getting a lot of attention. Archaeology work is being done at Dill's Tavern in Dillsburg. Archaeologist, Steve Warfel, is leading the project. He was hired by the Northern York County Historical and Preservation...
Virginia M. Fields, a leading scholar of early Mesoamerican art and archaeology who joined the Los Angeles County Museum of Art's curatorial staff in 1989 and devoted 22 years to making the museum a vital center of Latin American culture — partly by...
Q13 FOX News Web ReporterAn Oak Harbor road construction project is stalled this week after construction workers found human bones in a main downtown street. The bones belonged to three different people and are believed to be of native American descent, according to the Oak...
When James Holliday, an African-American who was born a slave but died an Annapolis homeowner, gathered for meals with his family in their brick home just off State Circle in the late 19th century, they dined on fine dishware — each plate with its...
L.A. NOWA 60-year-old former Ukrainian opera singer was left singing “God Bless America” in a show of appreciation to sheriff’s deputies after they rescued the man and his son from a dam in Pyramid Lake on Wednesday night. The Agoura Hills......
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