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  • Obama awards officer Medal of Honor for Civil War heroism

    Obama awards officer Medal of Honor for Civil War heroism
    President Barack Obama awarded Civil War artillery officer Alonzo Cushing the Medal of Honor, the country's highest award for bravery, on Thursday, 151 years after he was killed manning his guns at the Battle of Gettysburg.
  • Romance Reader: 'Texas Born'

    "Texas Born" by Diana Palmer; Harlequin (224 pages, $5.50 paperback) "Texas Born" is on the mild side of Diana Palmer's emotional scale. You can get through it with one tissue and it won't get all that damp. But otherwise, it's vintage Palmer....

    Mystery hero meets man he rescued from burning home

    Mystery hero meets man he rescued from burning home
    The identity of the mystery man lauded as a hero for saving an elderly man from a burning home in Fresno over the weekend has been revealed. Until Monday, Thomas Artiaga's identity was unknown, but his heroic actions were seen by thousands of people...

    'Heroes of Dirt': Locally shot BMX film to premiere

    After a bumpy six years, $175,000 and plenty of blood, sweat and tears, Eric Bugbee is ready to take a victory lap as his BMX film "Heroes of Dirt" has its world premiere Saturday, Oct. 25, at Allentown's Miller Symphony Hall. "We're really psyched,"...

    Alexandre Desplat's Twin Takes on WWII: 'Imitation Game' and 'Unbroken'

    Alexandre Desplat's five 2014 releases are as diverse as ever, from the quirky sounds of "The Grand Budapest Hotel" and the action pulse of "Godzilla" to the wartime drumbeat of "The Monuments Men." But it's his last two films that are bound to draw...