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  • Katy Perry's fireworks sometimes come from wearable tech

    Katy Perry's fireworks sometimes come from wearable tech
    Wearable technology means Google Glass or Apple Watch to most. But for a few designers and fashionistas — including Katy Perry — it sometimes refers to skirts, dresses, handbags and suits. Perry became a client of a brand called...
  • Weekend preview: Heavy metal, iron and lace

    Weekend preview: Heavy metal, iron and lace
    Thirty years after their white-hot heyday, South Florida heavy-metal heroes Tuff Luck on Saturday will find themselves in front of another packed house filled with rock fans eager for more of their in-your-face swagger. While the gathering at Fort...
  • State of emergency declared in West Virginia after train derails, explodes

    State of emergency declared in West Virginia after train derails, explodes
    A train derailment Monday afternoon in West Virginia caused multiple explosions and a massive fire, and the CSX-owned train is leaking crude oil into the Kanawha River, officials said. Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin declared a state of emergency about 6 p.m....
  • Nadine Velazquez to star in NBC pilot filming in Chicago

    Nadine Velazquez to star in NBC pilot filming in Chicago
    Nadine Velazquez has landed a starring role in the Chicago-bound NBC pilot, “Love is a Four Letter Word,” according to her agent. Deadline.com – which first reported the casting news – says the Notre Dame High School for Girls...
  • Offers rolling in for Bishop Moore DE Zander Zimmer

    Offers rolling in for Bishop Moore DE Zander Zimmer
    After being named the Orlando Touchdown Club's Defensive Player of the Year in December, Zander Zimmer had to figure it was only a matter of time before college football scholarship offers started flowing in. That time has come for the 6-foot-4, 225-...
  • Oscars 2015: And the winner is ... social media, for better and for worse

    Oscars 2015: And the winner is ... social media, for better and for worse
    In the old days — say, five or six years ago — an Oscar party used to mean gathering with some friends around a TV and watching the show together with a bowl of chips and a few bottles of wine. This Sunday, though, when millions around the...
  • Browns coach: Manziel in 'better place' than before program

    Browns coach Mike Pettine said Wednesday he believes quarterback Johnny Manziel is in a "better place" since entering a treatment program earlier this month. Manziel, his family and the team have not said why he sought help. Pettine did not provide any...
  • Nicki Minaj crew member dead, another critical after Philly stabbing

    Nicki Minaj on Wednesday was among those mourning the early-morning stabbing death of one of her road crew members in an incident that left another roadie injured. "Two members of my team were stabbed last night in Philly," the "Bang Bang" singer said...
  • Army, West Virginia latest to offer Jaquarius Bargnare

    Army, West Virginia latest to offer Jaquarius Bargnare
    Jaquarius Bargnare has had issues with a dislocated thumb since late this past football season. He injured it again during basketball season and the two-sport athlete at Orlando Dr. Phillips needed surgery on Christmas Eve that cost him the rest of...
  • In Israeli elections, U.S. political consultants become an issue

    JERUSALEM Israeli advertising entrepreneur Nimrod Dweck was no stranger to marketing when he started Victory 2015 (V15), a campaign to unseat Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in the elections March 17. Yet Dweck turned elsewhere for what he called...
  • Hawaii takes campaign against waterfall trespassers online

    The managers of Hawaii's state parks are turning to social media to counter online photos and statements encouraging people to visit a waterfall where a landslide killed eight people more than 15 years ago. Signs warning people not to enter and...