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Zap2It.comThe behind-the-scenes drama at "America's Next Top Model" continues to roil, but in front of the camera, it looks like things are proceeding as normal. The CW on Tuesday revealed the identities of the 13 contestants who will compete on "Top Model" this...
Zap2It.comWilliam Fichtner, who plays the mysterious Florida Sheriff Tom Underlay on ABC's science-fiction drama "Invasion," sounds a bit tired and congested when he gets on the phone, and there are good reasons for both. "It's the episode that never ends," he...
Zap2It.comWhat can you say about a short-lived network television series about ordinary Earthlings facing down an alien invasion? Well, if it was "Threshold" or "Surface," you mostly just shrug. But in the case of "Invasion," "American Gothic" producer Shaun...
Sentinel National CorrespondentFor thousands of migrant and seasonal farm workers who didn't have much even before Hurricane Charley hit, the devastation has presented special hardships, advocates said after touring Florida migrant camps and residential areas this week. In some cases,...
South Florida Sun-Sentinel Staff WriterAs home to dozens of highly specialized air-and-sea operations and the command post for tens of thousands of U.S. forces across the globe, Florida will play a crucial role in any military retaliation for the Sept. 11 attacks blamed on Osama bin Laden,...
Shortly after the winds stopped screaming and the patio chairs stopped flying, Pastor Joseph Coats and his family hurried to Glendale Baptist Church. Hurricane Andrew, they found, had ruined the sanctuary. The roof had been staved in by a wind-driven...
Tags: Renovation, Social Issues, Family, The Salvation Army, Oklahoma
Sun-SentinelMiranda Woodard moved out of her south Miami-Dade County home before Hurricane Frances hit last fall but still collected $12,359 from the federal government for damages she claimed at her former address, authorities say. "She did not own the home, ......
Sun Architecture CriticArchitect Peter Chermayeff was 38 when he got a phone call about the possibility of designing an aquarium for Baltimore's waterfront. Housing commissioner Robert C. Embry Jr. had visited Boston's popular New England Aquarium, which opened in 1969, and...
Orlando Sentinel Florida CorrespondentCharles Bishop, the 15-year-old student pilot who crashed a four-seat Cessna 172R into the downtown Bank of America building here Saturday, was on a suicide mission to show his support for Osama bin Laden and the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, authorities...
There are currently no hotels within the boundaries of Everglades National Park. Previously, Flamingo Lodge was open for overnight accommodations within the park, but due to damages from Hurricanes Katrina and Wilma has closed indefinitely. Finding...
Staff writersWashington, D.C. · Inexperienced inspectors, savvy applicants and untimely operational changes led to overpayments and fraud in Miami-Dade County after Hurricane Frances, congressional investigators found. The Federal Emergency Management Agency...
Staff WritersFederal authorities charged 14 Miami-Dade County residents with fraud Wednesday for claiming damage from Hurricane Frances to collect disaster assistance. Three are accused of collecting money using addresses where they did not live. Another claimed...
Tags: Punishment, Fraud, Florida, Crime, Law and Justice, Crimes
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