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  • Man with ties to Palm Beach County killed in Philadelphia Amtrak crash

    After flying to Philadelphia and passing out fliers with a photo of their son, missing from the Amtrak train that derailed on Tuesday evening, a Palm Beach County couple had their worst fears confirmed on Thursday. Bob Gildersleeve Jr., a 45-year-old...
  • Wandering Eye: Community defends officer in Freddie Gray case, the Sy Hersh saga continues, and more

    Wandering Eye: Community defends officer in Freddie Gray case, the Sy Hersh saga continues, and more
    Sy Hersh's big bin Laden story in the London Review of Books has drawn lots of ire and pushback from other media (Slate has slapped at it five times already). But A.J. Hillhouse thinks the legendary journalist got it right—because he copied her. In ...
  • From Rand flip-flops to Hillary bumper stickers, campaign swag piles up

    From Rand flip-flops to Hillary bumper stickers, campaign swag piles up
    As Republican presidential hopeful Rand Paul travels the country asking crowds to help him “defeat the Washington machine,” his campaign’s website is delivering the same message in a decidedly American way: hawking gear and...
  • Community News for Windsor edition

    Scot Haney and Frank Rende Named 2015 CRIS Radio Champions WINDSOR - CRIS Radio, a nonprofit and the only radio-reading service for people who are blind or print challenged in Connecticut, recently named Scot Haney, WFSB meteorologist and co-host of...
  • Verizon's AOL deal: ISPs go searching for content

    Verizon's AOL deal: ISPs go searching for content
    The wave of telecommunications mergers continued this week as Verizon, the country's most popular mobile phone network, agreed to buy AOL, the country's most popular dial-up Internet service. OK, that was a cheap shot. Verizon isn't forking over $4.4...
  • Winners of the L.A. Times' 2014 Editorial Awards

    Winners of the L.A. Times' 2014 Editorial Awards
    The Los Angeles Times' Editorial Awards for 2014 were presented Wednesday evening in a ceremony that honored the newsroom's commitment to excellence and to the search for truth. "Ours is a newsroom that’s relevant, passionate and diligently ...
  • Tribune Media looks to baseball broadcasts to help bottom line

    Tribune Media looks to baseball broadcasts to help bottom line
    Tribune Media got off to a "good start across the company" in the first quarter, according to CEO Peter Liguori. Revenues grew across its television and digital segments, and profits from continuing operations were up. The company is looking for bigger...
  • Facebook debuts Instant Articles with 9 media outlets

    Facebook debuts Instant Articles with 9 media outlets
    Facebook has launched Instant Articles, enabling media outlets to publish their stories directly to the social network. Nine big news publishers, including the New York Times, BuzzFeed and National Geographic, have signed on as launch partners. After...
  • Net neutrality rules formally published; first legal challenge filed

    Net neutrality rules formally published; first legal challenge filed
    Tough new net neutrality regulations were published in the Federal Register on Monday, triggering an effective date of June 12 and the first formal legal challenge to the controversial online traffic rules. US Telecom, a trade group whose members...
  • Food Truck success: Blog leads to full-time event business

    Food Truck success: Blog leads to full-time event business
    There’s just one problem with Mark Baratelli’s success in the food truck business: It hasn’t left much time for his Daily City blog lately. Baratelli, 39, is the founder of Food Truck Bazaar, a thriving Orlando business that...
  • Man films Burger King employee dumping oil into storm drain

    Man films Burger King employee dumping oil into storm drain
    In the parking lot of a Burger King, an employee wheeled out a vat of hot oil and dumped it down a storm drain on Saturday. As the smoke and steam billowed out from the drain's grate, Joseph May, 23, happened to be driving by. He was headed toward the...