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  • Motorcycle ride raises money for family of slain Broward County sheriff's deputy

    Broward County Sheriff's Deputy Brian Donnelly was the first to arrive at the scene last August when his friend and co-worker, Sgt. Chris Reyka, was shot outside a Walgreens in Pompano Beach. He remembers thinking how crisp the pleats were in Reyka's...
  • Seminole leaders spend lavishly as elections near

    Seminole leaders spend lavishly as elections near
    In the past seven years, Seminole Tribal Council members have spent more than $280 million from accounts they control. That spending has included paying tribal members' bills, financing their vacations and buying them cars, motorcycles, furniture,...
  • Hollister, Calif., is at odds with Abercrombie over name

    Hollister, Calif., is at odds with Abercrombie over name
    In the lush farmlands east of Monterey Bay, the day opens with the sound of big-rig trucks hauling lettuce, apricots and other produce through this quiet agricultural town of about 36,000 people. At Jerry's coffee shop, locals exchange gossip over...
  • 7 police officers die in Tijuana attacks

    Heavily armed gunmen staged a series of surprise attacks against municipal police forces in this tense border city, killing seven and wounding three in brazen assaults that shattered a four-month period of relative calm. Six police officers and an...
  • Funerary urns as modern art

    Funerary urns as modern art
    They may be cast in steel, assembled out of driftwood, machined on industrial lathes or hand-carved out of salt, but ultimately all of these urns have two common purposes: to contain and to heal. Rather than be burned, buried or sequestered in a...
  • Hampton road crews work to stop Beach Road drag racing

    Hampton road crews work to stop Beach Road drag racing
    — A gold Honda sedan screeched down Beach Road in the early-morning hours of July 10 and crashed in a front lawn. It was the most recent wreck in an ongoing saga of speeding and drag-racing in Grandview. "Once again, I am deployed overseas, and...
  • Nude pictures of former Volusia resident at center of Tennessee sex scandal involving lawmaker

    Nude pictures of former Volusia resident at center 
of Tennessee sex scandal involving lawmaker
    A former Volusia County resident is at the center of a sex scandal that has rocked the Tennessee legislature. McKensie Morrison, 22, is a graduate of Spruce Creek High in Port Orange, where she was student body president. She went on to become a...
  • Letters: Copenhagen on two wheels

    Copenhagen on two wheels Kudos to Susan Spano for her articles on bike riding in Denmark ["On Bicycle, See the Sights at a Sane Pace," Aug. 2]. Ten years ago, on a Scandinavian tour, we found ourselves in Copenhagen with a free day. Seeing bicycles...
  • Celebrate cash-for-clunkers' winners, but remember the losers

    The hits just keep on coming for the Car Allowance Rebate System, or CARS, the program that everybody still calls "cash for clunkers." Just last week, for instance, Ford announced that it is ramping up production of two of its models, the Ford Focus...
  • Harley complex tries to motor on

    ORMOND BEACH Bruce Rossmeyer's enormous black Hummer H1 still sits in his parking space at Destination Daytona, with a bouquet of fading flowers taped to the signpost that bears his name. Rossmeyer, 66, died on July 30, when his Harley-Davidson crashed...
  • Army Pfc. Nicolas H.J. Gideon, 20, Murrieta; killed in firefight in Afghanistan

    Army Pfc. Nicolas H.J. Gideon, 20, Murrieta; killed in firefight in Afghanistan
    Carol Tyndale wasn't surprised when her son Nicolas H.J. Gideon, then 19, joined the Army last summer. As a child growing up in Murrieta, he was always ready for an adventure, she said. He began riding motorcycles in second grade, leaving older boys in...