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  • Animals

    AUDUBON SOCIETY'S CENTER FOR BIRDS OF PREY: conservation, education and raptor rehabilitation facility: 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Tuesday-Sunday (except holidays); 1101 Audubon Way, Maitland; $5 adults, $4 ages 3-12; 407-644-0190. AVIAN RECONDITIONING CENTER:...
  • Ancient dragon boating gives cancer survivors a workout

    Ancient dragon boating gives cancer survivors a workout
    If you've been in Portage Lakes State Park in Ohio recently you just might have spotted some dragons. Not the long-toothed Loch Ness kind that live under the sea, but dragon boats that glide across the water. Members of the Dragon Dream Team, all wearing...
  • Leesburg sees mini-wave of commercial development along U.S. 27

    Leesburg sees mini-wave of commercial development along U.S. 27
    LEESBURG — A mini-wave of commercial development is continuing for Leesburg, bringing new businesses and major renovations of existing buildings along U.S. Highway 27 and near Lake Square Mall. "In general, the economy is improving and we are...
  • Costa Concordia being floated in final phase of salvage

    ROME Salvage workers began floating the wreck of the Costa Concordia on Monday, more than two years after the cruise ship hit a reef and partly capsized off a Tuscan island. Technicians began working to raise the ship 2 metres by pumping air into tanks...
  • North Korean freighter runs aground off Mexico after stop in Havana

    A North Korean freighter has run aground in the Gulf of Mexico just days after a stop in Havana that sparked comparisons with another Pyongyang vessel captured last summer with a large and illegal shipment of Cuban weapons. The 430-foot Mu Du Bong...
  • PPL spinoff means uncertainty for Lake Wallenpaupack

    The proposed spinoff of PPL Corp.'s power plants into a new company would mean a new owner and name change on generators from Montana to Pennsylvania. But for the Wallenpaupack Hydroelectric Project power plant, the change would mean much more. There,...
  • Hooked on the beauty of the St. Croix River

    DANBURY, Wis. The wind was up, gusting all day, and sometimes Wendy Williamson's drift boat blew upstream, against the current. This was a few days back, on the upper reaches of the St. Croix River, above its confluence with the Namekagon, and Wendy,...
  • Big redfish a hot catch in Florida's Sebastian Inlet

    These are redfish like you have probably never seen them: 40-inchers rolling on the surface of Sebastian Inlet, slapping their black-spotted, coppery tails like tarpon. It's mesmerizing and heart-pounding unless you don't have a pulse. That's what's been...
  • A less traditional, more wacky way to catch bass

    ON BONE CREEK LAKE, Kan. Midway through a fishing trip on Bone Creek Lake, Zac Udock had a wacky idea. The bass weren't biting other baits, so it was time for Udock to go to his secret weapon the wacky rig. "This is my go-to bait," Udock said as he...
  • Piecing together deadly boat crash

    MIAMI Heather Hanono was sitting in her family's boat off Dinner Key, Fla., late Friday night as they cruised through the open bay after watching the fireworks. Suddenly her brother screamed: "A boat's coming straight toward us." In what seemed like...
  • Financing still a mystery as Nicaragua unveils details of giant canal

    MEXICO CITY The Chinese tycoon behind a plan to build a mammoth inter-oceanic waterway to compete with the Panama Canal whisked into Nicaragua this week and, in several appearances, including one with President Daniel Ortega, affirmed that "the biggest...