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  • Attorneys say girls inspired by 'John Tucker Must Die' framed teen for rape

    Attorneys say girls inspired by 'John Tucker Must Die' framed teen for rape
    PHOENIX (AP) — Attorneys for a 19-year-old accused of sexually assaulting several girls at his former high school say there is a "treasure trove" of evidence proving the girls lied about the abuse, but the lawyers want further access to Facebook...
  • 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...
  • In Brazil's slums, residents band together to protest police shootings

    In Brazil's slums, residents band together to protest police shootings
    It was Holy Thursday, and Udson Freitas was sitting on the balcony of his small house in the Complexo do Alemao favela when a girl ran onto his street below, screaming. "They killed my brother! They killed my brother!" Freitas ran down his steps,...
  • AOL's video a key lure for Verizon in $4.4-billion acquisition

    AOL's video a key lure for Verizon in $4.4-billion acquisition
    Nearly everybody, it seems, carries a smartphone. As a result, everything's going mobile. So why, then, would Verizon, already the nation's largest wireless carrier and a giant in mobile communications, want to pay $4.4 billion to buy an old-line...
  • Matt Millen hasn't minded going back to college for his TV work

    Matt Millen hasn't minded going back to college for his TV work
    Matt Millen once seemed on track to replace John Madden in the Monday Night Football or Sunday Night Football booth. He was a rising star as an TV football analyst, using plain language and humor to get to the point of a play as quickly as he got to the...
  • California's outdated bar admission process

    To the editor: I think UC Irvine School of Law Dean Erwin Chemerinsky is absolutely correct that it is time we nationalize the bar admission process. He is also correct that the current system is being used in California and elsewhere as a tool to limit...
  • Restaurant owner blasts customer after nasty Yelp review

    Restaurant owner blasts customer after nasty Yelp review
    The owner of a Thousand Oaks restaurant is mad as hell at online reviewers and he’s not going to take it anymore. Or at least that’s the reason he’s giving for refusing to apologize to a woman and her boyfriend whom he targeted in a...
  • Commissioners make historic selection for next county administrator

    Commissioners make historic selection for next county administrator
    Palm Beach County government's next leader brings continuity and experience, and makes history in the process. Verdenia Baker, county government's current second in command, will take over as county administrator, the County Commission decided Tuesday....
  • Family finances: How to get a job in today's market

    A robust job market means more opportunities for graduating college students, the unemployed and workers with a seven-year itch. But the days of submitting a resume and sitting for an interview are long gone. Many companies are taking new steps to find...
  • America needs the Alabama Facebook mom

    Some people are just naturally lucky. Take Kyesha Smith Wood for instance. By now most of the country is familiar with Wood, the Alabama mom whose unsupervised kids behaved poorly in a movie theater, much to the chagrin of fellow movie patron Rebecca...