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  • NYPD officers to get training in L.A. after alleged use of chokehold

    New York City Police Commissioner William J. Bratton said the death of a 43-year-old Staten Island man who may have been placed in a chokehold by a police officer last week would probably spark a federal review and could lead to a probe into possible...
  • Put your workout foot forward at Best U Studio

    Put your workout foot forward at Best U Studio
    Dance exercise classes usually leave me sweat-free. More jock than ballerina, I spend much of the time trying to figure out where to put my feet. So I was a little hesitant to give Best U Studio a try: It combines dance, barre work and Pilates. On the...
  • A new breed of bikes built for 'gravel grinders'

    A new breed of bikes built for 'gravel grinders'
    The bike industry, always in search of the next big thing, stumbled upon it a few years ago in the form of hundreds of underground events and races being held on gravel back-country farm roads throughout the Midwest and the Great Plains. These "gravel...
  • Read House Speaker Will Weatherford's entire speech. Please.

    Read House Speaker Will Weatherford's entire speech. Please.
    TALLAHASSEE --Because you asked for it (not really), here's the entire text of House Speaker Will Weatherford's session-opening speech: Opening Day Speech - 2014 House Speaker Will Weatherford Tuesday, March 4, 2014 Remarks As Prepared Welcome back to...
  • Pool pumps to cement mixers: the House goes gaga for tinkering tax tweaks

    Pool pumps to cement mixers: the House goes gaga for tinkering tax tweaks
    TALLAHASSEE -- Although Florida's tax code is littered with hundreds of exemptions for select industries and specific businesses, lawmakers are using the rebounding economy to go bigger -- exempting everything from pool pumps to toilet seats. Florida...
  • House advances super-sized sales-tax holidays, shuts down Democratic amendments

    TALLAHASSEE -- Florida shoppers could get sales-tax "holidays" on computers, hurricane supplies, dryers, toilets, gym memberships and a raft of other goods under a plan advanced in the state House Wednesday.   Lawmakers are using the state's budget...
  • Dog-friendly fundraisers good way to exercise and help those in need

    Dog-friendly fundraisers good way to exercise and help those in need
    If you need exercise and your dog needs exercise, why not tackle it together? There’s been quite a surge in pet-centric walking events and a quick Internet search offers several Central Florida options. Many gatherings are fundraisers for rescue...
  • Aiguille Rock Climbing Camp teaches kids teamwork

    Aiguille Rock Climbing Camp teaches kids teamwork
    To make sure your kids don’t have you climbing the walls this summer, why not turn the tables on them? Rock climbing is growing in popularity with kids, and the climbing walls at the Aiguille Rock Climbing Center can help your kids learn a...
  • Beyond camp: Keeping kids' interest piqued once summer ends

    Beyond camp: Keeping kids' interest piqued once summer ends
    Summertime is a time for fun, to experiment with new activities, and engage with new people. It's also an ideal time for children to learn a new skill or hobby. But those skills often fall by the wayside when the new school year comes around, and the...
  • Gym tells woman she's 'too fit' and is intimidating guests

    Gym tells woman she's 'too fit' and is intimidating guests
    One Bay Area Planet Fitness might have taken its "gymtimidation" policy a step too far.  A Califorinia woman was asked to cover up while working out at a Richmond, Calif. Planet Fitness after a gym staff member told her she was "intimidating people"...
  • Religion run amok? Hobby Lobby's case comes to the Supreme Court

    On Tuesday, the U.S. Supreme Court is slated to hear 90 minutes of oral arguments in a case that will determine whether bosses who have religious objections to birth control can deny their female employees the contraceptive coverage to which they are...