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  • Search of airfare booking sites shows identical pricing

    WASHINGTON Amid a federal probe of airline pricing practices, a search on popular air travel booking websites shows virtually identical ticket pricing between popular city pairs on several carriers. The Justice Department confirmed Wednesday that it is...
  • Fourth of July road travel expected to reach 8-year high: AAA

    Fourth of July road travel expected to reach 8-year high: AAA
    No recreational activity better symbolizes the ideal of American freedom than an Independence Day road trip. That is, at least until you run into holiday gridlock on highways packed with people similarly inspired. According to AAA, an estimated 35.5...
  • La Cañada adds plug-in hybrid to its car fleet

    La Cañada adds plug-in hybrid to its car fleet
    La Cañada will soon see its small fleet of city-owned vehicles grow by one, when a 2016 Chevy Volt arrives from a Sacramento dealership after its purchase was approved by the City Council at a budget hearing last week. The plug-in hybrid vehicle is to be...
  • U.S. spends but makes little headway on renewable energy

    A group of British scientists and economists recently launched a drive for a $150 billion Global Apollo Programme (their spelling) for renewable energy. How novel. Why no one has called for an Apollo-type energy program except for … well, except...
  • Cuomo: Tourism economic impact in NY state hit $100B in '14

    Gov. Andrew Cuomo says the total economic impact of New York state's tourism topped $100 billion last year for the first time. The governor says Thursday an economic impact report conducted by the research firm Tourism Economics found that tourism's...
  • St. Catherine of Alexandria youth group volunteers in North Carolina

    St. Catherine of Alexandria youth group volunteers in North Carolina
    When you come upon something really good, it certainly bears repeating. This was the case recently for the youth group at St. Catherine of Alexandria in Oak Lawn, which for the second straight year spent a week in Asheboro, N.C., for its summer...
  • Lutheran youths to 'Rise Up Together'

    Lutheran youths to 'Rise Up Together'
    High school youths and adults from three local churches are traveling together for the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America "Rise Up Together" National Youth Gathering in Detroit July 15-19. The gathering, which takes place every three years, is about...
  • Chicago airports to see 1.6 million holiday passengers

    Chicago airports to see 1.6 million holiday passengers
    More than 1.6 million passengers will travel through Chicago's airports for the Fourth of July holiday travel period from Thursday through Tuesday, the Chicago Department of Aviation said Thursday. In Chicago, the extended weekend includes not only...
  • 17 things you would like to see banned at Disney World

    17 things you would like to see banned at Disney World
    With Walt Disney World recently banning selfie-sticks from its theme parks and water parks, we asked our Orlando Sentinel Facebook followers what else they would like to see banned, more strictly enforced or changed at Disney. As you might expect, the...
  • Where to chill out at theme parks

    Where to chill out at theme parks
    Yes, it is hot enough for me. Thanks for asking. It's OK. Over the years, I've learned to cope, even at Central Florida's broiling-hot theme parks. But sometimes even my Tyra Banks-paraphrased motto of "Find Your Shade" isn't enough. You must go indoors...
  • For Fourth of July, city set for historic celebrations

    For Fourth of July, city set for historic celebrations
    As the sun rises on the Fourth of July, Yvonne Gray knows exactly where she'll be: at Jackson Park on the South Side, staking out a spot and preparing to boogie down to Chicago house music at the popular Chosen Few Picnic. "If you don't get out there...