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  • South Florida's water park season starts with a splash

    South Florida's water park season starts with a splash
    May marks the beginning of peak splash season, with South Florida water parks extending their hours and bracing for next weekend's Memorial Day crowds. Rapids Water Park, a popular tourist destination in Riviera Beach, begins offering daily hours this...
  • At Indy course, vintage race cars take you on a roll down memory lane

    At Indy course, vintage race cars take you on a roll down memory lane
    Sure, Ed Carpenter has the pole for the upcoming Indianapolis 500, but after all is said and done, will he have memories of a 1932 Alfa Romeo racing around the track? A 2006 Ford Fusion flashing by? A 1963 Corvette cooking with gas? And, perhaps most...
  • New FCC Policy Proposal Turns Up Volume on Net Neutrality Fight

    Just outside the FCC's rather nondescript offices on the southwest side of the National Mall last week, chairman Tom Wheeler met on the sidewalk with the handful of protesters who had been camping out there, carrying picket signs urging the agency not...
  • San Francisco supervisors get behind Laura's Law mental health program

    San Francisco supervisors get behind Laura's Law mental health program
    A dozen years after state passage of Laura's Law — which allowed counties to set up programs mandating outpatient treatment of the severely mentally ill — San Francisco supervisors Tuesday vowed to take the matter to voters if a board majority...
  • 'Unforgettable' Hurricane Charley: 2004 hurricane season left a trail of lessons

    'Unforgettable' Hurricane Charley: 2004 hurricane season left a trail of lessons
    Mary Emerson will never forget Charley. The Category 4 hurricane blew the roof off her house. "I had moved from Boston to get away from bad weather," said Emerson, who relocated from Beantown in 1985 and had little reason to regret the decision...
  • Weekend preview: 'Tis the season for beer and Candye Kane

    Weekend preview: 'Tis the season for beer and Candye Kane
    Sometimes, a date requires a certain atmosphere if you want to, uh, close the deal. Beach Bar @ Newport Pier is the newest place for dinner or a drink when a classy oceanfront view may be the clincher. Set for its first weekend of business, Beach Bar is...
  • Syrian forces break rebels' long siege of prison in Aleppo

    Syrian forces break rebels' long siege of prison in Aleppo
    Syrian government forces have broken a long siege on the strategically situated prison in the northern city of Aleppo, government and pro-opposition groups said Thursday. The advance of tanks and troops into the sprawling prison complex on the...
  • NBC News Scores Exclusive Interview With Edward Snowden, Plans Primetime Special

    NBC News said it would air an hour-long primetime special on May 28 featuring an exclusive interview between "NBC Nightly News" anchor Brian Williams and former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden. The talk will be Snowden's first interview...
  • Roseanne Barr's attorneys say Zimmermans want $750k for tweet

    Roseanne Barr's attorneys say Zimmermans want $750k for tweet
    The parents of George Zimmerman want comedienne Roseanne Barr to pay them $750,000 because she posted their address on Twitter, according to federal court records. The overwhelming majority of their claim - $600,000 - is for emotional harm, according to...
  • One Hopkins student's graduation surprise -- her father, home from Afghanistan

    One Hopkins student's graduation surprise -- her father, home from Afghanistan
    There was a mistake, Johns Hopkins University officials told Amanda Valledor at Thursday's graduation.  Her diploma had been misplaced, and the biomedical engineering student would have to wait, they said.  A few minutes later, a man came to hand...
  • WWII veterans travel with their memories on Honor Flight to D.C.

    WWII veterans travel with their memories on Honor Flight to D.C.
    When 43 World War II veterans board two planes out of Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport on May 31, they will be carrying with them memories of comrades lost, just as they once carried letters from home into battle. Their Honor Flight trip,...