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  • Swedish opposition lead narrows as elections near: poll

    STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - The Swedish center-left opposition's lead over the governing coalition has narrowed to 5.0 percentage points ahead of Sept. 14 elections, an opinion poll showed on Monday. The Novus poll for broadcaster TV4 showed the three...
  • Chick-fil-A founder Truett Cathy dies at 93

    ATLANTA S. Truett Cathy, who turned a humble hometown restaurant featuring a boneless fried chicken sandwich into the Chick-fil-A juggernaut, died Monday at 1:35 a.m. He was 93. Cathy, who died at home surrounded by loved ones, was known as much for...
  • Light shines anew in Preston church after window restoration project

    After decades obscured by aluminum siding and a dropped ceiling, the heavens opened anew on Preston City Congregational Church Sept. 7, as Sunday services featured "the big reveal" of a restored sanctuary punctuated by 24 stained-glass clerestory windows....
  • Germany's divisive road toll plan could make a loss: magazine

    BERLIN (Reuters) - A plan to introduce toll roads in Germany aimed mainly at foreigners, which has already divided the ruling coalition, is flawed and even loss-making, according to internal government documents published in Der Spiegel magazine on...
  • Roundup: Providence girls' cross-country places second in league meet

    GIRLS' CROSS-COUNTRY Providence in Liberty League Meet No. 1: The Pioneers placed second and Katie Dabbaghian broke the school record on the Carson Park course for the second time this season in the event Thursday. Pacifica Christian won the race with...
  • Making wagonloads of money in pre-Civil War Independence

    "Merchants of Independence: International Trade on the Santa Fe Trail, 1827-1860" by William Patrick O'Brien; Truman State University Press (224 pages, $34.95) Out in Independence, Missouri, the ornamental wagon wheel can still be seen in a few front...
  • Top high school linebackers in the Southland

    Top high school linebackers in the Southland
    Linebackers to watch: D.J. Beavers; Crespi; 6-1; 215; Sr.; He's mean and let's running backs know it. Breland Brandt; L.A. Windward; 6-4; 220; Jr.; Getting better and better. Darrian Franklin; Downey; 6-2; 210; Jr.; Rising college prospect. Lawson...
  • U.S. missionary with Ebola identified, as survivor shares story

    CHARLOTTE N.C. (Reuters) - A third U.S. missionary infected with the Ebola virus in Liberia was identified on Wednesday, even as a fellow aid worker with the same Christian organization publicly shared her battle with the deadly virus for the first time....
  • Nigerian doctor who died from Ebola virus treated patients, leaving dozens at risk

    A Nigerian doctor with Ebola carried on treating patients and met scores of friends, relatives and medics before his death, leaving about 60 of them at high risk of infection, the World Health Organisation (WHO) said on Wednesday. Members of his church...
  • Week 1: High school football scores

    Week 1: High school football scores
    Friday's scores Super 16 No. 11 Oak Ridge 28, No. 1 Apopka 23 - F No. 2 Dr. Phillips 24, No. 8 Timber Creek 13 - F No. 3 Mainland 41, DeLand 0 - F No. 4 West Orange 27, No. 16 Boone 24 - F No. 5 Lake Mary 38, Winter Springs 14 - F No. 6...
  • Dr. Rick Sacra, 51, infected with Ebola on mission in Liberia

    (Reuters) - A 51-year-old physician, Dr. Rick Sacra, is the latest missionary worker to be infected with Ebola while working in Liberia, the Christian organization SIM USA said on Wednesday. Sacra had been delivering babies and working with patients...