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  • Missing Bronx Zoo Peahen Found In Garage [PHOTO]

    Missing Bronx Zoo Peahen Found In Garage [PHOTO]
    BRONX, NY (PIX11) -- The green peahen that one-upped a certain cobra by actually escaping the confines of the Bronx Zoo, is back in captivity. The peahen, which is a female version of the peacock, was found wandering the streets of the Bronx Wednesday...
  • Your turn: Was Jimmy Smith's absence Tuesday a 'red flag?'

    Your turn: Was Jimmy Smith's absence Tuesday a 'red flag?'
    On Tuesday morning, 27 Ravens players, including a few rookies, showed up at Towson University for an informal workout organized by Derrick Mason. But as they ran sprints and played catch on the turf at Johnny Unitas Stadium, one player's absence was...
  • Motorcyclists on the way to Washington for POW rally

    Motorcyclists on the way to Washington for POW rally
    Hoosiers with Rolling Thunder are now on the road to the nation's capital.  The motorcyclists took off from the Harley-Davidson store on East 96th Street Thursday morning. They'll be taking part in an annual peaceful demonstration on Sunday in Washington...
  • Residents pay tribute to veterans

    Residents pay tribute to veterans
    GLENDALE — Fifty Glendale service members killed in battle were honored Monday during a somber and reflective Memorial Day ceremony. The service members, who fought in either World War I, World War II, the Korean War or Vietnam War were added...
  • AT PEACE, AT LAST: AFTER 11 YEARS AND AN EMOTIONAL PARADE, VIETNAM VETS FINALLY FEEL WELCOME

    AT PEACE, AT LAST: AFTER 11 YEARS AND AN EMOTIONAL PARADE, VIETNAM VETS FINALLY FEEL WELCOME
    This story by William Mullen orginally ran in the Aug. 17, 1986, Tribune Sunday Magazine.    At 9:30 a.m. on Friday, June 13, three men left the entrance to Navy Pier and began moving west along Grand Avenue. The three were old soldiers, the point men...
  • Surrealism grande: Two bastions of intolerance collide

    I seemed to have thrown a Starbucks barista for a loop a couple of weeks ago, when I asked for a slice of pound cake and a glass of skim milk. She asked her co-coffeemaker, "Can we do that?" The other replied, "I guess so." "How much do we charge for the...
  • Dad Founds Own Publishing Company To Print Young Daughter's Stories

    Dad Founds Own Publishing Company To Print Young Daughter's Stories
    Just in time for Father's Day, a touching story comes to life. We often hear negative stories about African American dads and how they are M.I.A. Well this is one story about a Father who is leading the charge to get more African American dad's involved...
  • Looking at some numbers behind the IronBirds' slow start

    In the past six days, over the course of a trip to the West Coast, I was on six different planes, and drove close to 500 miles, so I'm a bit fried at the moment, and I'm going to write this column before I get the final results of the IronBirds' Wednesday...
  • Sanctioned insurance agents: Naughty Businesses of the Week

    Last week we shared the list of lawyers sanctioned by the Maryland Attorney Grievance Commission for our Naughty Business of the Week. This week we turn to another state agency: the Maryland Insurance Administration. Insurance agents are now referred to...
  • Soldier's remains return home after 60 years

    Soldier's remains return home after 60 years
    SAN DIEGO -- The remains of a soldier who went missing in action in Korea 60 years ago were returned to his family Thursday night by an Army honor guard. Cpl. Eugene "Mackie" Morelli was declared missing on Feb. 13, 1951, during a battle near...
  • Piers Morgan pleads ignorance, innocence in UK phone hacking scandal

    Piers Morgan pleads ignorance, innocence in UK phone hacking scandal
    Last year when CNN was talking about hiring Eliot Spitzer and Piers Morgan, I expressed my dismay at the way in which both could harm the credibility that the channel had steadfastly built through its journalism. Spitzer did prove to be an...