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  • Floods Inconveniencing, but Not Stopping, Visitors to KC

    Floods Inconveniencing, but Not Stopping, Visitors to KC
    Flooding along the Missouri River in northwestern Missouri is putting up a roadblock for some visitors to the metro, as they say that the detour around the flooded I-29 is a major pain in the neck. The interstate is closed at Rockport, Missouri, and...
  • Charles H. Juergens

    Charles H. Juergens
    Charles H. Juergens of Costa Mesa, Ca passed on February 18, 2011 at home with his family by his side. Charlie would not want your ordinary obituary so I (Karen) his wife of 34 years have decided to honor him in my own way. Charles was fond of a small...
  • Bad Weather is Good News for Some Businesses

    Bad Weather is Good News for Some Businesses
    For many people, the plan for a snow storm means an extra trip to the grocery or hardware store to stock up on supplies to weather out the storm. So while a snow storm is never good news, for those in the retail sector it's means money flowing their way....
  • Darlene Marie (Ryan) Tabet

    Darlene Marie (Ryan) Tabet   Born October 13, 1925 Darlene passed away Tuesday morning, January 18th after a long, heartbreaking  battle with Parkinson’s. Originally from Omaha, Nebraska, Darlene was a longtime resident of Burbank, CA. She is...
  • Check It Out: Chilling winter tales

    We are in the throes of winter, and while the weather has been unpredictable and there are still a few weeks until the groundhog emerges to indicate whether spring will come soon or not, here are some chilling tales to remind you that it's still winter....
  • Now The Cold

    Now The Cold
    That was a weird snowfall last night. It worked out great for about 1/3 of the viewing area and not so great for about 1/3rd of the area and great for another 1/3 of the area. Confused, well the snow forecast was pretty good for areas from 152 in the...
  • Chicago boy who drowned in Iowa river identified

    An 11-year-old boy from Chicago drowned Tuesday night in a river in far southwest Iowa has been identified, officials said today. The boy, who was identified this afternoon as Deontae Haynes, drowned in the Nodaway River in Clarinda, according to a press...
  • New Guidelines: Start Mammograms at 40, not 50

    New Guidelines: Start Mammograms at 40, not 50
    LOS ANGELES -- Doctors should offer all women in their 40s the chance to get annual screenings for breast cancer, according to new guidelines from an organization of women's health professionals. The recommendations from the American College of...
  • Free Music Friday! A tasty treat from the Wood Brothers

    Free Music Friday! A tasty treat from the Wood Brothers
    For some reason, rock 'n' rollers seem to be obsessed with pie. Songs written about the delicious dessert are unusually numerous. From Led Zeppelin's "Custard Pie" to Warrant's "Cherry Pie" the subject keeps working its way into songs. Strange, huh?...
  • SCOTT PORTER

    Scott Porter stars as Bluebell, Alabama's golden boy George Tucker in The CW's new series "Hart of Dixie," a fish-out-of-water story about a New York City doctor (Rachel Bilson) adjusting to life in a small Southern town after she inherits a local medical...
  • Rain Chances, Heat & Goodbye Irene

    Thought I'd start with this quote today...this is from Howard Kurtz who is a media critic on CNN...he did a post today called Hurricane Hype. I didn't really watch any of the cable coverage of this...so I don't know whether to agree or not...perhaps you...