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  • Scott names four more transition-team members

     
    Gov.-elect Rick Scott released the names of four members of his transition team this afternoon — but only two of them have ties to Florida. His press release described the quartet as “a team of professionals dedicated to changing the way...
  • On the lighter side of the news...

     
    The Tulsa World reports: Members of a Kansas church that protests at military funerals may have found themselves in the wrong town Saturday. Shortly after finishing their protest at the funeral of Army Sgt. Jason James McCluskey of McAlester, a......
  • Why Texas can pay FAU $900,000

     
    It really is all about the money. Here are the latest figures on what colleges spend on football, and FAU is going up against a Texas team and spends more than $20 million more. That is about $1 million......
  • Theater review: ‘Calligraphy’ at Los Angeles Theatre Center

     
    Filial piety is an account we can never pay off, asserts playwright Velina Hasu Houston — especially in a traditional Japanese culture steeped in family obligations. Houston’s new play, “Calligraphy,” examines the enduring legacy of those bonds...
  • What price ultimate vengeance?

     
    Here is the sixth and final annual report of the state's Capital Punishment Reform Study Committee (.pdf). Starting on page 80, the document addresses an often overlooked but now particularly urgent issue with the death penalty: Cost. "What are the......
  • UCF officials say Athletic Director Keith Tribble is not a candidate for Kansas job

     
    UCF officials say Athletic Director Keith Tribble is not a candidate for Kansas job...
  • In the Limelight opens ‘The Wizard of Oz’

     
    In the Limelight, the young people's acting training program, will present “The Wizard of Oz,” starting tonight. The show is directed by Katie Corrie. Here are the details on the students' trip down the yellow brick road: WHEN: Dec. 2-4; 7 p....
  • Suspect in wife's 1994 poisoning will face murder charges in Orange County

     
    A 54-year-old man will be arraigned next week on charges that he poisoned his wife in San Clemente for financial gain, prosecutors said Friday. Paul Marshal Curry, 54, was arrested in his native Kansas last month and extradited Thursday to......
  • President Obama pardons nine felons

     
    The Democrat issues his first pardons since taking office. Who got them for what?...
  • New Interior Department report on wild horses calls for more research into population-control methods

     
    RENO, Nev. — The U.S. Bureau of Land Management needs to step up its research into population control methods for wild horses to help curb the spiraling costs of rounding up the mustangs across the West and housing them in......
  • Brand X Files: Eric Braeden dubbed 'D-bag.' Tim Gunn on making it work. '2001' footage found.

     
    Neil Patrick Harris zings Eric Braeden: Don't cross NPH! The "How I Met Your Mother" actor fired off some legendary tweets (including the term "D-bag") after soap opera star Eric Braeden allegedly pulled out of a guest spot on the comedy at the last...