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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...
After Crystal Langdon checks out 22 books from her library on Reisterstown Road on Wednesday, she plans to carry them home on the Metro in her purse. And preteen boys enrolled at St. Ignatius Loyola Academy may soon be able to leave their book bags at...
Tags: Homes, Science and Technology, Book, Bram Stoker, Massachusetts
ST. LOUIS — Police and sheriff's departments in states that produce much of the nation's methamphetamine have made a sudden retreat in the war on meth, at times virtually abandoning pursuit of the drug because they can no longer afford to clean up...
Tags: Methamphetamine (drug), Nashville, Arkansas, Illinois, Crimes
firstname.lastname@example.org"Building Blocks of Success," a half-day conference held Wednesday, focused on early childhood educational experiences at home, in day care and pre-school that lead to success or failure in school. About 100 people — education, community,...
Tags: Preschools, West Virginia, Oklahoma, Education, Florida
Mr. Food and our TV production team went nuts over this recipe when they visited a restaurant in the Mississippi Delta, where we recently taped some shows. They thought it was one of the best fish recipes they ever had. Our Test Kitchen agrees… And...
Tags: Television, Entertainment, Recipes, Catfish
Special to the Los Angeles TimesRed Summer The Summer of 1919 and the Awakening of Black America Cameron McWhirter Henry Holt: 368 pp., $30 From April to October 1919, a wave of racial violence swept across the United States. A bloody series of at least 52 lynchings and 25 major...
Tags: Minority Groups, Armed Forces, Arkansas, Illinois, Book
FOX 17 ReporterIt was a day of fun turned tragic. Saturday evening, 22 year old Andrew Davis was swimming with family at Robert Morris Park in Comstock Township. Officials say he had just moved to the area from Mississippi only 4 days ago. Around 5:30 officials say...
1957: Many residents opposed a suggestion from Monroe Junior High PTA to turn a major portion of Aldrich Park into a playground for the school.1966: Black activist James Meredith was shot and wounded as he walked along a Mississippi highway to encourage...
Tags: California, Vermont, James M Jeffords, U.S. Senate, PTA
Pop & HissA series in Sunday Calendar about what Times writers & contributors are listening to right now... There’s often more than a whiff of desperation about “back to the roots” outings by pop musicians, especially those who are well past...
email@example.comHARRODSBURG — At the Fort Harrod sixth annual Beef Festival, contestants competed in professional, amateur and youth divisions to determine who makes Kentucky’s best steaks, brisket, backyard burgers and beef ribs. A special competition...
Pop & HissColdplay has unveiled it new single "Every Teardrop Is a Waterfall."...
Money & CompanyCalifornia's gross domestic product ticked up 1.8% in 2010 to $1.9 trillion, a sign that the state's fragile recovery took hold last year. If California were an independent country, it would have the ninth-highest GDP in the world, with higher......
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