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  • Fate of bears and wolves in the hands of voters

    Fate of bears and wolves in the hands of voters
    If politicians preying upon your attentions this season fail to inspire, you might seek common cause with the beasts — the four-legged variety rather than those running for office. Ballot initiatives aimed at protecting bears and wolves from...
  • U.S. needs more balanced approach in Middle East

    Gary Olson hit the nail on the head with his Your View article re the situation in the Middle East. Very few people have the courage to tell the truth about what is truly happening in that area. Here in the U.S., the anti-Israeli voices are squashed by...
  • Debate lowlights, X-way scandal, Uber silliness and more

    Debate lowlights, X-way scandal, Uber silliness and more
    We're going to hit four items from this week's news in quick-hit fashion. * Governor's debate. Florida's gubernatorial slop-fest went national last night in the final debate. It was ugly ... like I-felt-dirty-after-watching-it ugly. Neither man shone....
  • Lehigh Valley concert tickets on sale: Neil Diamond, Sam Smith, French Montana, Sully Erna

    Lehigh Valley concert tickets on sale: Neil Diamond, Sam Smith, French Montana, Sully Erna
    ON SALE THIS WEEK Neil Diamond (second show), 8 p.m. March 1, PPL Center, 701 Hamilton St., Allentown, http://www.pplcenter.com, 610-347-TIXX. Tickets: $65-$150, on sale 10 a.m. Friday. Sam Smith, 7 p.m. Jan. 13, Liacouras Center, 1776 N. Broad St.,...
  • Going off the rails on Metro's rail cars

    Going off the rails on Metro's rail cars
    Two years ago, the Los Angeles Metropolitan Transportation Authority became the first transit agency in the nation to pick a rail car manufacturer based in part on how many jobs the company would create. The Japanese firm Kinkisharyo International won the...
  • Bears are on the ballot in Maine as hunting methods are debated

    Bears are on the ballot in Maine as hunting methods are debated
    It has been a big year for bears in the news, especially in Maine, where voters on Nov. 4 face a question that has bedeviled other bear-heavy states: how to keep the species’ population at bay in the face of pressure from animal rights groups...
  • Moms want answers from Hogan on guns

    Moms want answers from Hogan on guns
    Despite gubernatorial candidate Larry Hogan's public flip-flopping on guns and the Maryland Firearms Safety Act — he must have some of a stance on guns. He completed a questionnaire for National Rifle Association that earned him an "A-" rating...
  • Shabazz Napier Forcing Miami Heat To Stand Up And Notice

    When the Miami Heat acquired UConn point guard Shabazz NapierĀ from the Charlotte Hornets in the June NBA draft, there was little doubt the former Husky would be on the roster on opening night. A big question: how much he would play? After a slow start...
  • Centenarians share secrets to a long life

    Centenarians share secrets to a long life
    As a young girl, Downing Jett Kay danced to music played on a Victrola and watched Model T's drive through the streets of Baltimore. She wore her hair in a flapper's bob as a member of Forest Park High School's Class of 1926, conducted interviews during...
  • Girl, 14, charged as adult in Southwest Baltimore stabbing

    Girl, 14, charged as adult in Southwest Baltimore stabbing
    A 14-year-old girl is being held as an adult after being charged with attempted first-degree murder in connection with a serious stabbing in Southwest Baltimore. Arica Leonard, who was born in 1999 and turns 15 next month, was being held in the...
  • The futility of asking for a straight answer from a gubernatorial candidate

    The futility of asking for a straight answer from a gubernatorial candidate
    Excerpts from my transcript of Monday night's gubernatorial debate at ABC-7 Moderator Ron Magers: Mr. Quinn, in the last debate Mr. Rauner asked about your proposal to make the temporary tax increase permanent after the next election. If Mr. Rauner...