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Special to the Los Angeles TimesJames Sallis lives in a place that really shouldn't exist. The city sits in the middle of "an incredibly forbidding desert," where on this day the temperature will reach 112 degrees. Like Los Angeles, decades ago it became too big for its local water...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterDorial Green-Beckham, the nation’s top recruit, was expected to trim his list of potential schools to five on Friday, according to a story in his hometown paper, the Springfield (Mo.) News-Leader. Green-Beckham, however, is not expected to...
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There is continuing concern about a major earthquake or a series of earthquakes that could impact Hoosiers following one that shook the nation's east coast Tuesday. "Not just in California," said Dr. Michael Hamburger, Indiana University Professor of...
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Tribune reporterA nearly two-month investigation led to charges against a Chicago woman who police say defrauded a Northbrook company out of more than $50,000, authorities said today. Susan A. Stephens, 48, an employee at Northbrook-based Paramount Staffing, was charged...
Wondering where your tax dollars go? Answer: The federal government has a huge website (www.usa.gov) which produces “Back to School” information (www.usa.gov/Topics/Back_to_School.shtml). The website is chock full of advice, such as “...
Tags: Washington, DC, Holidays, Back to School, Politics, File Sharing
GRAVETTE, Ark. (AP) — A high school running back in Arkansas wants to slither through defenses, not have a snake slither inside his helmet. Gravette High School senior Darrick Strzelecki (struh-LEH'-kee) felt something odd in his helmet during...
Jayne Miller, WBAL-TV's investigative reporter, delights in exploring environments foreign to her. An ardent traveler, she has been dazzled by the likes of East Africa, Turkey and the wild Western United States. But asked to cite her favorite travel...
Telecommunications companies in 16 states will share more than $103 million in federal funding to help expand broadband Internet access to those areas of rural America that haven’t been reached by the high-speed service or are underserved, the U.S....
CatchItKansas.comArkansas City looks to new head coach Jon Wiemers to lead the program ARKANSAS CITY Coach: Jon Wiemers (1st year head coach at Arkansas City) 2010 Recap: 2-7 overall, 1-4 in the Ark Valley Chisholm Trail League Division II, 0-3 in districts. 2011...
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9PM Update... New data is NOT that encouraging for a significant rain...odds faver under .25" for the metro with MUCH light tallies to the NE of KC and heavier stuff from Manhattan to Garnett to Joplin...1-2"ossible there...it shouldn't rain all day...
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsThe first of 13 defendants indicted March 1 for food stamp fraud has pleaded guilty to obtaining cash in exchange for food stamp benefits. 33 year old Angela N. Norwood of Wichita, pleaded guilty to receiving about $150 cash in exchange for about $300...
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