| Jan 16, 2015
| 3:00 AM
The freeway that hugs Israel's Mediterranean coast doesn't have an entrance or exit for Jisr az-Zarqa. To reach the Arab village, people use a one-lane tunnel that passes under the highway.
Growing up, fifth-generation Jisr resident Ahmad Jarban felt...
| Jan 14, 2015
| 11:22 AM
Under Armour Inc. has filed a lawsuit against Salt Armour Inc., saying the Boca Raton-based seller of saltwater fishing apparel has violated the Baltimore brand's trademark rights.
The complaint says consumers will be misled into thinking Under...
| Jan 17, 2015
| 5:36 PM
It was a panic-button announcement, but don’t press it just yet.
Oscar De La Hoya told reporters in Las Vegas on Saturday that a potential Saul “Canelo” Alvarez-Miguel Cotto fight is not going to happen.
“We had a deadline -- a...
| Jan 30, 2015
| 11:48 AM
Almost two months after the hack heard 'round the world, James Franco is trying and ready to move past "The Interview."
The restless, multi-hyphenate artist has made a noble attempt to refocus his attentions. Franco has three movies playing in Park...
| Jan 26, 2015
| 1:26 PM
Dianne Grenier has lived on Andover Lake since 1986. Retired from a 40-year career at Pratt and Whitney in 2017, Grenier has always been heavily involved with her community. "I am interested in all things Andover," said Grenier. "This is the community I...
| Jan 24, 2015
| 12:47 PM
After 26 years as food editor at the Orlando Sentinel, Heather McPherson knows a lot about food in Florida.
"I like to think I do," she says. "But what I think is really exciting and what keeps me in this job is that I'm still finding surprises."
| Jan 23, 2015
| 7:15 AM
Who knew that National Football League referees, in addition to their vast duties policing a chaotic game chock full of borderline violence, must also make sure nobody messes with the inflation level of the balls?
Do our beleaguered zebra-shirted...
| Jan 22, 2015
| 5:00 AM
For years it has sat half-finished with paved roads and sidewalks leading to empty lots where million-dollar homes were supposed to look over one of the region's most prized coastlines.
The interrupted development in San Clemente eventually became a...
| Feb 4, 2015
| 5:20 AM
Ice fishing is most comfortably undertaken by people who are prepared to meet their maker at a moment's notice. However unlikely, the possibility of entombing oneself beneath lake or river ice always exists, and is a disquieting footnote to an otherwise...
| Jan 16, 2015
| 12:23 AM
One of the great things about fishing in what's known as the backcountry of the Florida Keys is the variety of fish that you can catch.
There are bonefish and tarpon, redfish and trout and sharks and snook in the shallow waters of Florida Bay and the...
| Feb 3, 2015
| 3:00 PM
The push to bring more spring training baseball to Palm Beach County is gaining support as county and West Palm Beach officials work toward a $135 million stadium deal.
The Houston Astros and Washington Nationals have agreed to hold spring training in...