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  • Alan Grayson talks to News 13; WFTV previews Capital One Bowl

     
    On the local public-affairs front this weekend: Rep.-elect Alan Grayson, D-Fla., talks about health care, jobs and the economy on “Political Connections.” The program airs at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. Sunday on Central Florida News 13. Anchor Ybeth...
  • Father Bob Remains Source Of Comfort In Newtown

    Father Bob Remains Source Of Comfort In Newtown
    As he stood near the front door of the Sandy Hook Elementary School on the morning of Dec. 14, shattered glass near his feet, Monsignor Robert Weiss knew he was as close to evil as he would ever get. Newtown police officers had asked the pastor of...
  • Here's what happened to Penn State's 2012 bowl revenue

     
    The Big Ten withheld Penn State's share of 2012 bowl revenue as part of its additional action following the NCAA sanctions, which were handed down one year ago today. On Tuesday, Penn State announced what happened to the $2.26 million.......
  • Guest list: Rick Scott, Deborah Norville, Arnold Palmer; how do you make the Arnold Palmer drink?

     
    In local public-affairs programming this weekend: ***Gov. Rick Scott talks to Ybeth Bruzual on “Political Connections” at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. Sunday on Central Florida News 13. The interview was conducted 24 hours before Lt. Gov. Jennifer...
  • School board candidates debate Bloomberg's $1-million donation

     
    A record-setting donation to Los Angeles school board contests quickly became a topic Wednesday night at the first candidate forum after word broke of the $1-million contribution by New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg. Bloomberg’s donation is...
  • The Boy Scouts and the atheists

     
    From Sunday's print column, which features another collection of dispatches from Somebody Nobody Asked™, America's pre-eminent unsolicited advice columnist Dear Boy Scouts of America: All signs suggest that your national board will lift the long-...
  • Deborah Norville: ‘I am living, breathing proof you can survive’ ‘Today’

     
    Next month, Deborah Norville will mark 18 years as anchor of “Inside Edition.” She has a simple explanation for her longevity. “I don't pick fights,” said Norville, 54. “I think I'm pretty low maintenance. I try not to act...
  • Lawson Lamar-Jeff Ashton repeat, primary preview this weekend

     
    On the public-affairs front this weekend: ***WKMG-Channel 6's “Flashpoint” looks at hunger and homelessness in Central Florida. Moderator Lauren Rowe's guests are Dr. John Wright, a University of Central Florida sociology professor, and Robert...
  • Off Topic; Top 5 Concerts of the Coming Week

     
    Top 5 Concerts of the Coming Week: 1. MADE IN AMERICA FESTIVAL Seems if you want a music festival to be about America, the place to hold it is Philadelphia — the cradle of liberty and all that. Jay Z......
  • Poverty growing among L.A. County veterans, study finds

     
    Thousands of veterans in Los Angeles County are falling into poverty and unemployment, according to research commissioned by United Way of Greater Los Angeles, which issued a call to action Friday to better address the needs of returning service members.....
  • Allentown Symphony Hall to be renamed for family's support through its history

     
    On June 2, 1959, Lehigh Valley philanthropists Donald and Samuel Miller pitched an idea to the fledgling Allentown Symphony Association that would save a popular building from destruction and create a venue that for the next six decades would host......