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  • South Africa grants parole to apartheid-era killer De Kock

    South Africa grants parole to apartheid-era killer De Kock
    One of apartheid’s most notorious killers, Eugene de Kock, a former police colonel nicknamed "Prime Evil," will walk free after 20 years in jail. South Africa’s government announced Friday that De Kock had been granted parole. De Kock’...
  • Billie Whitelaw dies at 82; veteran British actress collaborated with Samuel Beckett

    Billie Whitelaw dies at 82; veteran British actress collaborated with Samuel Beckett
    British actress Billie Whitelaw, who collaborated closely with Irish playwright Samuel Beckett and appeared on stage and screen for decades, died Sunday in a London nursing home. She was 82. Whitelaw's death was confirmed by Charlotte Schram, general...
  • John Bowsher dies at 62; local art world figure helped open MOCA in 1980s

    John Bowsher dies at 62; local art world figure helped open MOCA in 1980s
    John Bowsher, vice president of museum infrastructure at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and a local art world figure who helped open the Museum of Contemporary Art in the early 1980s, died Monday morning at his home in Hancock Park. He was 62....
  • Angels pitcher Cesar Ramos' wife Melanie has beaten tough foe: Cancer

    Angels pitcher Cesar Ramos' wife Melanie has beaten tough foe: Cancer
    Little Addison Ramos, a 5-month-old bundle of coos and giggles, sits on her father's lap and gnaws on the hand that feeds her, turning the thumb of recently acquired Angels reliever Cesar Ramos into a teething toy. She has her father's dark hair, her...
  • Joe Cocker dead at 70; said before 2012 Musikfest show he was lucky, looked to Woodstock's 50th anniversary

    Joe Cocker dead at 70; said before 2012 Musikfest show he was lucky, looked to Woodstock's 50th anniversary
    Joe Cocker, the gritty-voiced rocker veteran who for more than 50 years has stayed relevant by evolving from blues rock of such ’60s hits as “Feelin’ Alright” to sing softer, more adult contemporary 1980s fare like “Up...
  • Middletown Health Department Offering Radon Test Kits For Residents

    MIDDLETOWN — The city health department is offering a limited number of free radon test kits for residents in January as part of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Radon Action Month. With proof of residency, the kits can be picked up in...
  • 6 firms cited for asbestos violations during work at Chute Middle School

    Federal safety officials say six Chicago area companies have been cited after workers allegedly were exposed to asbestos and other hazards while renovating a middle school in Evanston. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration says the exposure...
  • In China, app aims to shame polluters by showing who is fouling air

    In China, app aims to shame polluters by showing who is fouling air
    Sitting at a desk in his small office here, Ma Jun, one of China's best-known environmental advocates, shows off his latest tool in the fight against the nation's crippling air pollution: a computer app. Displayed on a tablet, the app shows a map of...
  • Health improvements you can make today that will pay off for a lifetime

    Improving your health and wellness can seem like a daunting task, especially if you know you have some bad health habits to break. But, several improvements you can make today can result in tremendous health benefits. The following suggestions come...
  • News the rest of the media won't give you about 2015

    News the rest of the media won't give you about 2015
    Here's the news the rest of the media won't give you about 2015. Actually, they're predictions. Or they're jokes. Frankly, there isn't much difference most of the time, unless the person doing the predicting is named Tom Skilling. Otherwise, Jay...
  • J.P. Parise, ex-Minnesota North Stars standout, dies at 73

    MINNEAPOLIS -- J.P. Parise, a Minnesota North Stars standout who also played for Canada in a landmark series against the Soviet Union in 1972, has died of lung cancer. He was 73. Parise died Wednesday night at his home in suburban Prior Lake, the Parise...