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ALITTLE news for the many Jamal Lewis fans -- of whom I am one -- who think the Baltimore Ravens' great running back is a victim of an overzealous federal prosecutor reaching too far to make a case out of the word "Yeah," uttered during a cellular...
Los Angeles TimesRight now, somewhere in the bowels of the Minneapolis airport, there's probably a worker or two doing some last-minute tinkering with the new passenger tram that's supposed to glide on air beginning late in April. In San Francisco, the tracks and...
Staff WritersThe four hurricanes that pummeled the rest of Florida hardly brushed Miami-Dade County. Only Hurricane Frances was a factor there -- packing the punch of a bad thunderstorm. Local officials described the damage as minimal. Yet more than 19,500 Miami-Dade...
Tags: American Red Cross, Public Officials, Florida, FEMA, Elections
South Florida Sun-Sentinel Miami BureauThe Federal Aviation Administration and an airport security company are investigating how a Chinese chef apparently got meat cleaver-like cooking utensils onto a Miami-to-Chicago flight. Ming Sung Mok, 76, was released from jail Tuesday night on his...
Tribune staff reportersAttempting to reassure airline passengers and flight crews that security gaps at the nation's airports are being addressed, the Federal Aviation Administration said Monday hundreds of thousands of airport workers need to have their credentials verified to...
Sun StaffGAINESVILLE, Fla. - Few people in this country know more about the sharp-toothed Asian fish that has invaded a Crofton pond than the man some here call Dr. Snakehead. For the past year, Walter R. Courtenay Jr. has pored through reams of papers in a...
Tags: Florida, Crofton, Hospitals and Clinics, Health, Dunkin' Donuts
Tribune architecture criticThe firestorm of controversy over the redesign of Soldier Field, which makes its debut Sept. 29, began with a spark lit during a tennis game on Martha's Vineyard. In the 1980s, Boston architect Ben Wood found himself on the same tennis court as Michael...
This is the second in a series of stories called Marine Attractions: Below the Surface. Four decades ago, hunters off the coast of Washington found the perfect young killer whale specimen swimming with its mother. They fired a harpoon, hoping to attach a...
Business WritersVisit the backroom of Field of Flowers in Davie, and you'll hear a medley of accents as workers aesthetically arrange colorful bouquets. There is Mee Sum Ye, who emigrated from Hong Kong a year ago, working alongside Maria Elena Dios, who is Venezuelan....
Tags: Surgery, Transportation, Politics, Hospitals and Clinics, Health
Tribune staff reportersArgenbright Security Inc., already under fire for lax procedures and security failures, on Tuesday was dealing with new lapses by its screeners at two major airports. A chef from Hong Kong was charged with unlawful use of a weapon after a United Airlines...
Tags: FBI, Jon Hilkevitch, Prosecution, Crimes, Delta Air Lines
Sun-SentinelSouth Florida is more than the land of sun and surf -- it's also home to 4 million people. The metropolitan region stretches along the Atlantic coast from Jupiter in the northern reaches of Palm Beach County all the way down through the Florida Keys, a...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - A U.S. border agent said yesterday that Mohammed Atta, the suspected ringleader of the Sept. 11, 2001, plot, aroused enough suspicion at the border with his polished appearance and a suspicious student visa that he should have been refused...
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