| Dec 28, 2014
| 7:07 PM
HARRISBURG — When the sun has set over the Susquehanna River here, Sgt. David DeLellis leads his two-man squad on patrol to retake streets that surround the 5-acre state Capitol complex.
"I want one to the left and one to the right," DeLellis...
| Dec 29, 2014
| 4:28 PM
During the 1930s, the Dust Bowl drove millions of people out of the Great Plains. Thousands of the residents who left New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina never went back. Not that many thousands of years ago, shifts in Ice Age glaciers drew people from...
| Dec 15, 2014
| 8:31 AM
University of Florida President Bernie Machen will spend his first half decade out of office as a privately funded adviser to the Gainesville school.
Machen, who will step down as president at the end of December after 11 years leading the university,...
| Dec 15, 2014
| 8:15 PM
Los Angeles gets 88% of its water from three major aqueducts, flowing from the Colorado River, Owens Valley and the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta.
But as they make their way into the region, the aqueducts cross the San Andreas fault a total of 32...
| Dec 18, 2014
| 5:27 PM
Here's a radical idea: Let the people decide.
Since the release of the Senate Intelligence Committee report on torture last week, we have been treated to a predictable barrage of overheated hyperbole. The left says the CIA program was utterly...
| Dec 19, 2014
| 12:03 PM
Steve Leveen built his business on the benefits of reading. Delray Beach-based Levenger sells products for readers and writers.
So friends and colleagues are not surprised that in 2015 Leveen will be hitting the books in a more formal way — at...
| Dec 7, 2014
| 9:40 AM
Of all the activities he is involved with at Andrew High School in Tinley Park, Travis Christner’s favorite, by far, is helping his peers.
That’s saying a lot, because the junior is involved with a long list of activities.
He is on the...
| Oct 30, 2014
| 9:05 PM
We are on vacation, we're hiking Zion National Park's spectacular trails. Two-hundred-million-year-old sandstone shoots up 7,000 feet in sheer cliff and spire, sporting colors of orange, rose, toast, salmon and purple in geometric striation.
| Nov 4, 2014
| 11:20 AM
For thousands of years, men dreamt of flying, being able to soar with the birds. So did women.
Although Orville and Wilbur Wright turned the dream into a reality in 1903 with the first controlled flying machine, women had to wait a little longer. But...
| Nov 7, 2014
LOUIS E. COSTANZO
was promoted to president at L.R. Costanzo Co. Inc., a family-owned construction-services company in Scranton.
As a fourth-generation Costanzo, he has earned a master of business administration degree from Cornell University's S.C....
| Nov 6, 2014
| 2:21 PM
When wondering whether genes are contributing to your struggle with weight, a new study suggests it might be useful to look within -- at the garden of bacteria growing in your gut.
In particular, you might well wonder whether, in addition to their...