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With a new week comes a new chance for showers and thunderstorms There's a 40 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms today, according to the National Weather Service station in Aberdeen. There will be breezes from 16 to 22 mph, with gusts of up...
HONEA PATH, S.C. (AP) — Four years after the summer of rage that fueled the tea party movement, the political circuit is much quieter — even in Republican bastions like this. It's not clear whether conservatives who rallied against President...
Even as Florida brought home several top-10 finishes in this year's annual contest for the nation's best beaches, the tsunami of lawsuits triggered by BP's beach-trashing oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico three years ago continued to gain strength. The...
While neighborhood children frolicked in cool, clear waters of the Allentown Arts Park fountain, a small but spirited gathering of artists watched as a pair of teens wearing gas masks poured dark, sludge-like water over a girl's wedding dress. Natalie...
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Re "Fracking: How risky?," Editorial, May 26 The Times described a bill by state Sen. Fran Pavley (D-Agoura Hills) as imposing "significant public disclosure requirements on fracking operations." Sadly, the disclosure section in Pavely's bill has a...
The human hand can hold a violin, paintbrush, poet’s pen, even a meat cleaver. But in the case of Attorney General Eric Holder, perhaps an empty hand is best. So spread your fingers wide, thrust your naked, open palm in Holder’s general...
— Five months of debate, negotiation and procrastination among lawmakers led to a high stakes Friday adjournment showdown that could decide the fate of the state's most controversial and contentious issues —public pension reform, gun control,...
Sentinel Staff WriterKnown for its white sand beaches and thousands of miles of coastline, there is more to Florida's sun-filled fun than just the beach. With a diverse selection of underwater environments, Florida offers some of the world's best scuba diving. From the...
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Tribune staff reportThe national average price of gas increased 10 cents a gallon, or about 3 percent in May, the first increase since February, AAA said Friday. Drivers in the Midwest felt the most pain from rapidly increasing prices heading into the peak summer driving...
China is hungry. The world's most populous country has for years been on an agricultural buying binge, scooping up supplies of soybeans, palm oil, cotton and just about anything else that can be culled from the soil. Now, with 1.3 billion mouths to...
KickingTiresWith summer road-trip season at full throttle now, AAA is offering some travel tips to help ensure you have a SAFETRIP. The acronym reminds motorists of the essential tasks they should perform before they take a long trip, as 31......
PETOSKEY -- A classic situation of tight supply and strong demand appears to be driving the recent gasoline price climb in the Great Lakes region, a fuel price analyst said Wednesday. Last weekend, the price for regular unleaded fuel at many Petoskey...
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