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  • Body of missing spelunker found; died from self-inflicted gunshot wound

    Body of missing spelunker found; died from self-inflicted gunshot wound
    Emergency workers found the body of a missing spelunker Sunday. Workers recovered the body of Kevin Eve, 25, from the Breathing Hole cave in Harrison-Crawford State Forest around 6:20 p.m. Monday. Eve went missing in October.  His car was found near...
  • When snow moves out, deep cold moves in

    When snow moves out, deep cold moves in
    The worst snow this season hit the area about 10:30 p.m., and accumulations of between 3 and 5 inches have been reported across the region, weather officials said.   About 4.7 inches of snow accumulated near Midway Airport as of 8:40 p.m., said Jamie...
  • NRDC report ranks Maryland fifth for power plant pollutants

    Electric power plants that burn oil or coal in Maryland sent more than 27 million pounds of toxic pollutants into the air in 2009. That was the fifth-highest total in the nation and a threat to public health, according to a new report by the Natural...
  • The Shawnee bonus on a family road trip to Memphis

    With two young children in tow, my husband and I decided we shouldn't try to drive from Chicago to Memphis in one day. So, after seven hours and five bathroom stops, there we were -- in Shawnee National Forest's Garden of the Gods -- with just enough...
  • Winter on the southern side of Illinois

    I love the wild ruggedness of canyons, and Ghost Dance Canyon doesn't disappoint. Sure, its walls don't stretch hundreds and hundreds of feet toward the sky, like something you'll find in the southern Utah red rock country, for instance. But, while...
  • The two Madisons

    More than two dozen towns and 19 counties (plus a parish in Louisiana) share the last name of the fourth president of the United States. But with the possible exception of that county with bridges out in Iowa, none of James Madison's namesakes is as...
  • Winter storm warnings in Garrett, Allegany

     
    The hardy residents of Garrett and western Allegany counties - and anyone headed west on I-68 - are under winter storm warnings today and tomorrow as a storm system moves up the Ohio River valley. Garrett could see 6 to 12......
  • Brutal winter blast struck 110 years ago

     
    One of the worst weeks of winter weather ever to strike Baltimore was in full fury on this date in 1899. Brutal cold and persistent, heavy snow paralyzed the city and turned the harbor and the bay into an icy prison.......
  • What Obama's trying (Applause) to tell union folks these days (Applause)

     
    Full text (Applause) of the Democrat's speech (Applause) to AFL-CIO, including the chants of support. (Chant. Chant)...
  • What I did on my summer vacation, part three

     
    I wrote a 'You Be the Critic' post soon after I started this blog 2 1/2 years ago. If you look you'll see I got exactly two responses, one from 'Robert' asking if he could submit his expenses to the......
  • Protesters drop in on Pittsburgh for G-20 summit

     
    Even before President Obama and other world leaders arrive in Pittsburgh, protesters agitating against a variety of causes are descending on the city, site of the G-20 Summit....