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  • Oasis of the Seas heading to Port Canaveral

    Oasis of the Seas heading to Port Canaveral
    Royal Caribbean announced some major changes in ship deployment including the arrival of Oasis of the Seas to Port Canaveral in 2016. It will be the first time an Oasis-class ship has home ported anywhere other than Port Everglades to serve the...
  • Drivers on the Middle Peninsula urged to use caution Thursday

    Drivers on the Middle Peninsula urged to use caution Thursday
    The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) is warning drivers that snow could make travel difficult in the Fredericksburg area, Northern Neck and Middle Peninsula on Thursday, and road conditions may be slick and hazardous. VDOT has nearly 900...
  • Ringling Bros. circus eliminating elephant acts

    Ringling Bros. circus eliminating elephant acts
    The Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus says the "Greatest Show on Earth" will go on without elephants. Animal rights groups took credit for generating the public concern that forced the company to announce its pachyderm retirement plan on...
  • Lawmakers weigh tourism, local control in school year debate

    Summer foot traffic is what keeps Iowa's Adventureland, with its famed wooden roller coaster and sprawling water park, in business. That is, until mid-August. As the season wears on, rides aren't filled, concession sales lag and fewer vacationing...
  • Mural helps put riverfront high-rise on the map

     Mural helps put riverfront high-rise on the map
    How do you put your building on the map? You put a map on the building, of course. A really big map. That's what you see at the once-forgettable 300 S. Wacker Drive office building, where a mega-mural map covers a formerly blank concrete wall along...
  • A taste of Cuba: A culinary look at the next travel hot spot

     A taste of Cuba: A culinary look at the next travel hot spot
    Just a couple months before President Obama's announcement of the easing of travel restrictions to Cuba, freelance writer Margaret Sheridan visited the island. Her impressions of the humble food scene there paints a compelling picture of what future...
  • Best friends found their on-court chemistry for Muhlenberg women's basketball team

    Best friends found their on-court chemistry for Muhlenberg women's basketball team
    When spring break was inching closer late last month, the Muhlenberg women's basketball players began discussing possible road trips together. That was just in case they didn't win the Centennial Conference championship and earn a trip to the NCAA...
  • Blues surprised by size of three new additions

    The Blues welcomed their three newest additions at Wednesday's practice. Defenseman Zybnek Michalek, who is recovering from a concussion, didn't skate, but defenseman Robert Bortuzzo and forward Olli Jokinen were on the ice with the team. "It's good...
  • American tourism in Cuba still has long way to go

    American tourism in Cuba still has long way to go
    Diplomats in Cuba and the United States say re-establishing relations between the two countries is taking longer than they thought. Some say they will agree on opening embassies in Washington and Havana by the time presidents in the Western Hemisphere...
  • Zidlicky's OT Goal Gives Red Wings 2-1 Win Over Rangers

    Zidlicky's OT Goal Gives Red Wings 2-1 Win Over Rangers
    DETROIT (AP) — Marek Zidlicky made the best possible first impression on the Detroit Red Wings. His power-play goal 1:09 into overtime lifted his new team to a 2-1 victory over the New York Rangers on Wednesday night. Zidlicky, making his Red...
  • After Ebola ban, N. Korea opens marathon to foreigners

    After lifting travel restrictions it imposed because of concerns over the Ebola virus, North Korea says foreigners can now take part in one of its most popular tourist events — the annual Pyongyang marathon, a travel agency said Thursday. Even...