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  • Hurricane brings 3 more deaths to Lehigh Valley; 41,000 regain power in 1 day; 160,000 still in dark

    Hurricane brings 3 more deaths to Lehigh Valley; 41,000 regain power in 1 day; 160,000 still in dark
    The Lehigh Valley impact of Hurricane Sandy intensified Wednesday with the reports of two more storm-related deaths. Also on Wednesday, 41,000 of the region's homes and businesses that lost power in the storm had electricity restored. But about 160,000...
  • Valley makes the slow road back to normal

    Valley makes the slow road back to normal
    The Lehigh Valley's recovery from superstorm Sandy seemed to be proceeding slowly but surely on Wednesday, with streets coming to life and the area's electric utilities saying most power would be restored by the end of the weekend. But the return to...
  • Parents, daughter killed in Tippecanoe County combine crash

    Parents, daughter killed in Tippecanoe County combine crash
    Investigators have identified three people killed in a horrific accident involving a combine and a van in Tippecanoe County. It happened just before 5 p.m. Wednesday near the intersection of State Road 25 and County Road 800 South. According to a...
  • Who advances out of East, West regions?

    Miami, Ohio State Brian Hamilton Chicago Tribune Form held in the East, and each of the top seeds had its crawl-over-broken-glass win. So there's no one primed for a fall. That should make Indiana the most dangerous team, but Syracuse's length could...
  • Notebaert's natural look at food, plow to plate

    Notebaert's natural look at food, plow to plate
    The camera hovers inches above the lush tallgrass, the shot panning past the gold prairie that sways to the wind. This pastoral video imagery, projected on walls at the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum, represents time zero in the exhibit's narrative. We are...
  • Soil Samples Taken In Jimmy Hoffa Tip

    Soil Samples Taken In Jimmy Hoffa Tip
    Police drilled Friday outside a suburban Detroit home in the search for Jimmy Hoffa, the labor strongman whose disappearance is one of the most notorious and mysterious in U.S. history. Investigators were looking into a tip that a body had been buried at...
  • Romney, Santorum trade jabs ahead of Illinois Republican primary

    Romney, Santorum trade jabs ahead of Illinois Republican primary
    Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney began a Sunday campaign blitz by criticizing President Barack Obama for administration policies that he said boosted gas prices and said he backed more drilling for domestic oil and the Keystone pipeline....
  • Friday, Dec. 31, 8:30 p.m.: Huskies, Cheerleaders And John Deere

    Parade was very nice - about two hours long. Was able to give a big wave to our favorite UCONN cheerleader Kelly O'Connell. Lots of beautiful horses and more tractors than the Goshen Fair. Who knew John Deere tractors were so popular in AZ? Great mid...
  • Shaun Micheel’s mother succumbs to cancer

     
    Among the PGA Tour's more poignant storylines this summer was that of Shaun Micheel, seeking to win once more before his mother lost her lengthy fight with lung cancer. Donna Micheel's battle came to an end Thursday, passing away at age 64. “My...
  • PGA Tour Pick-4: John Deere Classic

     
    Sometimes it’s the little things that start the chain reaction. In this case, it was a spot on the charter flight taking PGA Tour pros from the John Deere Classic to the British Open. Without that little carrot, Steve Stricker probably wouldn’...
  • Sam Saunders set for Q-school process in Port St. Lucie

     
    A year ago, Sam Saunders embarked on the PGA Tour qualifying process as a freshly scrubbed pro, just months after departing Clemson University. He didn't get out of the first stage. Arnold Palmer's grandson instead spent the year playing on sponsor...