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  • Pinkberry co-founder threatened witness, sent to jail without bail

    Pinkberry co-founder threatened witness, sent to jail without bail
    Pinkberry co-founder Young Lee, convicted of assaulting a homeless man with a tire iron, is a "significant threat to the community" after threatening a witness in his trial and was ordered to jail without bail on Friday. During closing arguments on...
  • HF acid from car wash can damage car

    HF acid from car wash can damage car
    Q: I had my Honda Accord detailed, and when it was returned, I noticed significant water spots on my rear-view mirrors and the outside of the back window. I can only assume they were using hard water and did not wipe the windows fast enough. Although I'...
  • Chase leader Jimmie Johnson wins pole for NASCAR race in Phoenix

    Chase leader Jimmie Johnson wins pole for NASCAR race in Phoenix
    AVONDALE, Ariz. -- Jimmie Johnson took the first step toward trying to bolster his lead over Matt Kenseth in NASCAR's Chase title playoff by winning the pole for Sunday's race at Phoenix International Raceway. Johnson, seeking a sixth championship,...
  • How to organize a garage

    DEAR TIM: It happens every year. At some point I can park my car in the garage, but then stuff gets in the way. Within a month or two, my car is stuck outdoors in all kinds of weather. What's the secret to a clutter-free garage? How do people do it?...
  • Sebastian Vettel wins U.S. Grand Prix for record eighth straight victory

    Sebastian Vettel wins U.S. Grand Prix for record eighth straight victory
    AUSTIN, Texas -- Four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel set a Formula One single-season record with his eighth consecutive victory, winning the U.S. Grand Prix with yet another dominating drive. Starting from the pole position, Vettel got through the...
  • USF athletic director Doug Woolard's car vandalized

    USF athletic director Doug Woolard's car vandalized
    USF athletic director Doug Woolard’s car was vandalized Friday night at Bright House Networks Stadium. University officials confirmed Woolard’s tires were slashed. UCF athletics provided Woolard with a courtesy car to drive back to Tampa...
  • Tread carefully with tires

     Tread carefully with tires
    Q: My auto is a front-wheel-drive Toyota RAV4. I've had front-wheel-drivers for over 30 years, and have always bought two tires at a time and put them on the front, moving the older tires to the rear axle. I think you are misinformed about putting new...
  • Vo Nguyen Giap dies at 102; Vietnamese general led North to victory

    Vo Nguyen Giap, the communist general widely regarded as one of the military geniuses of the 20th century, who masterminded the defeat of the French and the war against the Americans in Vietnam, has died. He was 102. Giap died Friday at a military...
  • UPDATE: Police release more information on S. Sheridan shooting

    UPDATE: Police release more information on S. Sheridan shooting
    South Bend police have released new information about an overnight shooting that sent a woman to the hospital. The shooting happened just before 1 Thursday morning at a home in the 400 block of South Sheridan Street, on the city's west side. Police...
  • Fatal shooting that fueled Anaheim protests justified, D.A. says

    Fatal shooting that fueled Anaheim protests justified, D.A. says
    The shooting of an Anaheim man, whose death helped fuel days of heated protest in Orange County's largest city last year, was legally justified, according to the Orange County District Attorney’s office. Joel Acevedo, was shot and killed by...
  • Culture of fear is responsible for Trayvon Martin's death

    Culture of fear is responsible for Trayvon Martin's death
    In the U.S. we are immersed in a culture of fear, especially since the attacks of Sept. 11. The government's bottom line of all policy is national security. As citizens we are to report seemingly peculiar behavior and scary looking individuals. We lock...