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  • 'The Amazing Race' recap: Brought to you by Ford

     
    It's a Ford, Ford, Ford, Ford world in Belgium as "The Amazing Race" goes from five teams to four....
  • Andrea Mead Lawrence dies at 76; Olympic Alpine skier became environmentalist

    Andrea Mead Lawrence, who was the only American alpine skier to win two gold medals in a single Olympics and went on to become a leading conservationist in the Eastern Sierra, has died. She was 76. Lawrence, who spent four decades working to preserve the...
  • Splash down at Disney's water parks

    It's summer and time for the pool, right? At Disney, swimming at two wonderfully themed water parks, Blizzard Beach and Typhoon Lagoon, can happen almost year-round. Of course, the water parks are fun for older children, but surprisingly, they have...
  • Holiday home tours begin

    Holiday home tours begin
    The holiday season offers a prime opportunity to take a peek inside some of Central Florida's most interesting public and private homes. Here is a sampling of tours that feature homes all decked out for the season: Images Tour of Homes: Sponsored by...
  • Former boxer makes the transition to golf after playing it on Xbox

    Joshua Anglin never thought a chance encounter with a video game would change his life, but it has. The 26-year-old Coral Springs resident spent 14 years inside a boxing ring and amassed a 115-15 amateur record. Just after he turned pro and was getting...
  • Writing a new chapter in Napa's rebirth

    Writing a new chapter in Napa's rebirth
    What's a town gotta do to gain some cachet? The city of Napa has new homes, new hotels, new shops and new restaurants. The once-neglected river that runs through town has been reclaimed, historic buildings have been restored, and developers have poured...
  • Olympic-size gift to Calif. food bank

    Kellogg Co. donated thousands of boxes of cereal with Michael Phelps' picture on them to the San Francisco Food Bank. Kellogg declined last month to renew its endorsement deal with the Olympic swimming star and Baltimore resident after a photo surfaced...
  • In Memory of Alan Livingston (1917-2009)

    He was the creator of Bozo the Clown and also the man who brought The Beatles to America. He died over the weekend (March 13, 2009) at the age of 91 at his home in Beverly Hills, California. Alan Wendell Livingston was born in McDonald, Pennsylvania on...
  • FOX To Air First-Ever American Country Awards

    FOX To Air First-Ever American Country Awards
    The inaugural American Country Awards will take place on December 6 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. And on FOX. The ceremony will air live at 8 p.m. ACA will be the first and only country music awards show where fans choose all the winners by...
  • Start your engines: The Red Bull soapbox races in Downtown L.A.

     
    It???s a clown, it???s a giant nose, it???s a massive cob of corn! This afternoon, expect to see the unexpected at the Red Bull Soapbox Race in Downtown L.A. The popular national competition, held at 5th Street and Grand Avenue......
  • Women's downhill training postponed Sunday

     
    Another day, another delay. Poor weather conditions at Whistler Creekside wrecked yet another day in the Olympic alpine schedule as Sunday's training run for Wednesday's scheduled downhill was washed out because of poor weather conditions. The women...