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Tallahassee BureauWhen a silver Amtrak train loaded with 452 passengers and crew twisted off the track and crashed north of Orlando on Thursday, four people died, 133 were injured and fears about rail travel were rekindled. The scene of crumpled rail cars strewn side by...
Associated PressVALLEY, Neb. - Nothing - not the eruption of Mount St. Helens, the anthrax threats or the Sept. 11 attacks - has spiked demand in protective respiratory masks the way the SARS scare has. 3M Co. plants in Valley and in Aberdeen, S.D., are cranking out...
Tags: Alabama, Death, Hospitals and Clinics, Hong Kong, 3M Co.
DONALD Q. WHITAKER Age: 55 Residence: Moreno Valley, Calif. Background: Convicted in February of 11 counts of child molestation for fondling and undressing girls in his southern California neighborhood. One 8-year-old girl said that while in his...
Tags: Lawyers, Ohio, Dining and Drinking, Travel, Crimes
Staff WriterA U.S. Senate committee will have a hearing next week on allegations of waste and fraud in the federal government's disaster assistance program. Testimony will focus on the Federal Emergency Management Agency's response to the 2004 hurricanes and...
Tribune staff reporterAfter Sunday's game James Baldwin will board a plane to Atlanta, where he will pitch in his first All-Star Game. And Jon Lieber will hop a flight to Mobile, Ala., where he will help construct a baby room for his wife, Jessica, who is expecting their...
Tags: Wrigley Field, Chicago Cubs, Jon Lieber, Sammy Sosa, Joe Girardi
Staff WritersFrom Mobile, Ala., to Detroit to rural eastern North Carolina, the federal government has approved millions in assistance to areas largely unaffected by disasters, even after local officials warned of possible fraud. The $29.2 million sent so far to...
From Wire ReportsBAGHDAD, Iraq - An American soldier was killed and three were wounded yesterday when their Humvee was bombed as it traveled beneath an overpass in the capital, the latest in a string of deadly ambushes against the occupation forces. Military officials...
Tags: Murder, Bombings, Road Transportation, Witnesses, Travel
Sun-Sentinel1997 was an unusually quiet year in the tropics, one that crossed up forecasters and was a welcome relief from the ferocious 1995 and 1996 seasons. The year's meager totals -- seven named storms, three hurricanes, one major hurricane with winds of more...
Tribune Staff WriterIn a region where race relations traditionally have been defined in terms of Black and White, an influx of immigrants to the Deep South in the last decade has upset the delicate cultural balance and created tensions among longtime residents and new ethnic...
A partial list of those killed in Tuesday's terrorist attacks or still unaccounted for. American Airlines Flight 11 Boston to Los Angeles, crashed into World Trade Center CREW: John Ogonowski, 52, Dracut, Mass., captain Thomas McGuinness, 42,...
Special to the Sun-SentinelThe 1926 storm was described by the U.S. Weather Bureau in Miami as "probably the most destructive hurricane ever to strike the United States." It hit Fort Lauderdale, Dania, Hollywood, Hallandale and Miami. The death toll is estimated to be from 325 to...
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