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Date: April 21, 2008 School: John Wallace Middle School Town: Newington Slug: Dangerous Websites Status: Broadcast Length: 48 (use pad from beginning) DELIVERY: Good energy and inflection. Nice location for the stand up. INTERVIEWS: Great person to...
By SUSAN HAIGH Associated Press Writer HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) - The season's first major winter storm blanketed Connecticut on Friday, delivering the first blow of an expected wintery one-two punch with a heavy snow that made highway travel hazardous....
An arson fire that led to one woman's death in Etowah County has now resulted in the arrest of the victim's brother. Investigators say the arrest stems from 2 fires set on the suspect's property. The first arson fire burned a home on Red Hill Church...
City Stages Announces New Stage Construction City Stages officials announced a new way to enjoy this year's lineup of gospel music acts. Organizers plan to construct a bigger outdoor stage to accomodate a larger audience. For years, the gospel...
Times Staff WritersPhil Angelides is strolling along a grassy promenade inside Laguna West, offering his defense of the housing community he developed as a pedestrian-friendly antidote to suburban sprawl. Critics contend that the 1,000-acre project south of Sacramento...
Tribune staff reporterDispatcher Harry House sat alone in a spare booth on a hill above America's deepest coal mine. Around him, video screens transmitted gloomy, subterranean images from the long coal tunnels a half-mile below. House's computers tracked air temperatures...
Tags: Emergency Incidents, Mining, Disasters, Entertainment, Defense
Tribune staff reporterTwo thousand feet below the rolling, wind-scrubbed hills, in a remote section of North America's deepest coal mine, the walls began to creak and pop. In a dark corridor about 100 feet away, two miners watched as long steel bolts anchored into the rock...
Times Staff WritersFive pathologists slipped into the microscope lab at Martin Luther King Jr./Drew Medical Center, steeling themselves to act after months of deepening suspicion. They'd seen enough. They were convinced that their newest colleague, Dr. Dennis G. Hooper,...
Times Staff WriterCalifornia Hospital Medical Center in downtown Los Angeles announced Wednesday that it would open the county's first new trauma center in more than a decade, a critical step in the effort to shut down the trauma unit at Martin Luther King Jr./Drew Medical...
Times Staff WritersWilliam Watson doesn't have cancer. But for at least four days last week, nurses at Martin Luther King Jr./Drew Medical Center gave the 46-year-old man a potent anti-cancer drug before they realized the medication was intended for another patient. When...
Tags: Cancer, Pharmaceuticals, Meningitis, Oncology, Watts
Sun StaffFour young men were in custody yesterday and may face federal charges in the firebombing this weekend of the North Baltimore home of a woman described by Baltimore police as an outspoken community activist, city police said. The firebombing was described...
Tags: Charles Village, Demonstration, Activism, Lawyers, Politics
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