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  • Meet Virginia at the beach

    Meet Virginia at the beach
    If your idea of a breezy beach vacation involves a plane or passport, then hold off on the tropics and head instead to Virginia Beach. This resort city of nearly 438,000 people is a laid-back East Coast destination about a five-hour drive from Baltimore....
  • Words only go so far in thinning the deer herd

    Bringing up deer. Does are pretty good at it, as the statewide population of 230,000 would indicate. But in most cases, elected officials might be better off not bringing up deer at all. The beautiful critters with the soulful brown eyes can still be...
  • Woman Raped Inside Park Bathroom During Company Picnic

    Woman Raped Inside Park Bathroom During Company Picnic
    Sacramento Police are looking for a male suspect who raped a woman in a bathroom at Discovery Park Wednesday night. Police said the woman was at the park for a company picnic, and around 8:00pm she went to the bathroom alone. Frequent park-goers...
  • Sunshine State charms: 21 things to do on your Florida vacation

    Sunshine State charms: 21 things to do on your Florida vacation
    Some of the best attractions in Florida — the beaches, sunsets and environmental gems — remain blissfully unchanged over time. Yet there are always new diversions, from museums and attractions to quirky stops that shout "only in Florida."...
  • Swamp vacation

    Swamp vacation
    Stabbing my walking stick into the muck and sliding my feet forward, I waded into the swamp, one eye on the lookout for alligators, the other trying to spot the elusive orchids that draw so many people to South Florida's Fakahatchee Strand Preserve, a...
  • Apodaca: Famed bobcat's offspring possibly pops up

    Nearly five years ago, there was a flurry of bobcat sightings in my neighborhood near Newport Beach's Back Bay. In fact, it was in the community where I live that Newport-Mesa's most famous cat, Babe, was first tagged by wildlife experts. Every so often,...
  • Even in off-season there's plenty to see in the Everglades

    Even in off-season there's plenty to see in the Everglades
    MIAMI — Just because the moonlight bike tours and guided swamp walks have ended for the season and most of the migratory birds have moved on doesn't mean there's no reason to visit the Everglades this spring and summer. The hottest, stickiest,...
  • Red knot population continues to dwindle

    Red knot population continues to dwindle
    COOK'S BEACH, N.J. — The small bird sitting along this sandy spit of land is starving and dinner offerings are slim. Having flown 5,000 miles from South America and with 5,000 to go to its Arctic breeding ground, the red knot needs to fatten up...
  • White Tiger cubs born at Tanganyika Wildlife Park

    White Tiger cubs born at Tanganyika Wildlife Park
    Mom is well, the babies are healthy. Tanganyika Wildlife Park is celebrating the birth of two white tiger cubs. The cubs were born May 1, but the wildlife park doesn't know the sex of the cubs just yet. The cubs are on display in Tanganyika's animal...
  • Disney demonstrators released on bail

    Four environmental activists who were arrested Wednesday after chaining themselves to the entrance gate and unfurling a banner at Walt Disney Studios have been released after posting $1,000 bail. Two members of Rainforest Action Network dressed as Mickey...
  • A moment of Zen on Lake Woodruff

    A moment of Zen on Lake Woodruff
    Photographer Joshua C. Cruey joined Orlando Sentinel Outdoor reporter Mark Blythe and Captain Tom Hodges out of the Lake Highland Fish Camp for a day of fishing on Lake Woodruff. For those of you who are unfamiliar with the area, the Lake Woodruff...