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  • Drivers expected to hit the road in record numbers this weekend

    Drivers expected to hit the road in record numbers this weekend
    Mary Ann Jones of North Carolina's Outer Banks will join nearly 35.5 million Americans expected to hit the road and drive more than 50 miles to celebrate Independence Day weekend. She and her husband plan to spend the holiday in Williamsburg....
  • Leopard mauls guide's arm in attack in South African park

    A leopard mauled a guide in an attack on an open tourist safari vehicle in South Africa's flagship wildlife park Thursday, authorities said. The attack happened in Kruger National Park as a guide and his passengers watched a leopard about 6.5 feet (two...
  • Local yacht transport firm seeks share of Australia market

    Local yacht transport firm seeks share of Australia market
    New laws making it easier for foreign-flagged vessels to cruise Australian waters have spurred Fort Lauderdale's DYT Yacht Transport to expand its business to the Land Down Under. DYT said it will send its largest "semi-submersible" carrier, the 686-...
  • Livin' on the dock of the bay

    BERKELEY, Calif. John Dinwiddie and Diane Brown own a house with twin engines. It began its life as a Delta barge, later became a floating hot dog and beer stand, and finally a marina fuel dock, before being converted to its current use as a house yes,...
  • More Indiana electronic highway signs to show travel times

    The state highway department has added estimated travel times to seven electronic message boards along Indiana interstates ahead of the Fourth of July weekend. Agency officials say those displays of distances and travel times to upcoming locations will...
  • Southwest Germany tourism officials make push for South Florida travelers

    Southwest Germany tourism officials make push for South Florida travelers
    The stronger U.S. dollar might be keeping some international tourists away this summer, but tourism boosters in Germany see an opportunity to woo more Americans over there. That's what tourism officials from Southwest Germany were hoping to do this week...
  • Indiana law spurs 'fireworks tourism' from Illinoisans

    Indiana's more lenient fireworks regulations can mean a Fourth of July boon in business for Lake County, which borders Illinois, according to experts. Most consumer fireworks are banned in Illinois. But over the border, 100 businesses are licensed to...
  • Late for a flight? No problem for Indian 'VIPs'

    Late for a flight? No problem for Indian 'VIPs'
    Show up late for a flight in India, like in most countries, and you can expect the plane to depart without you. But that wasn’t the case for senior government officials in two separate incidents recently in which commercial flights were delayed to...
  • The superfan's guide to 'House of Cards' in Harford County

    The superfan's guide to 'House of Cards' in Harford County
    Throughout Harford County, you can see the world as Frank Underwood sees it — just without the manipulation and deceit the cut-throat “House of Cards” character is known for. The Netflix series, starring Kevin Spacey as Underwood,...
  • Palm Beach County calendar

    Palm Beach County calendar
    Through Saturday, July 18 SeaScapes - Shallow Waters of Florida and Beyond Friends Art Gallery Capturing the majestic beauty of oceans and sea life on camera has taken Ben Hicks on trips throughout the world. This exhibit shows the professional...
  • Dept. of Justice investigation may not affect Orlando tourism

    Dept. of Justice investigation may not affect Orlando tourism
    Central Florida tourism officials don’t think a U.S. government investigation into possible collusion among major airlines will affect the region. "We don’t anticipate it should have a unique impact on visitation to our destination," said...