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  • Art displays take flight at JWA

    Art displays take flight at JWA
    JOHN WAYNE AIRPORT — The "Flight of Ideas" art installation noiselessly crowds the airspace above the baggage carousels at the new Terminal C here. This is where the old Terminal B garage stood before construction crews razed it to clear the way...
  • Man Wanted For Groping Woman At Bronx Subway Station

    Man Wanted For Groping Woman At Bronx Subway Station
    Cheap thrills are more than enough to land this creep behind bars. Police are asking for the public's help them identify and catch a guy who is groping women in the Bronx. At about 7:30 p.m. on December 14th, cops say a 25-year-old woman was walking up...
  • Metra apologizes for delays, Union Station fiasco

    Metra apologizes for delays, Union Station fiasco
    Metra issued an apology today to customers for the lengthy delays, crowded conditions and communication problems that occurred at Union Station on Monday evening. Metra trains on the BNSF, SouthWest Service and Heritage Corridor lines were delayed...
  • Seattle Mariners Pay Tribute to Rick "The Peanut Man" Kaminski

    Seattle Mariners Pay Tribute to Rick "The Peanut Man" Kaminski
    The Seattle Mariners and Safeco Field concessions provider Centerplate will pay tribute to Rick “The Peanut Man” Kaminski during the three-game series against the Tampa Bay Rays Friday, Saturday and Sunday, July 29-31.There will be a moment of...
  • Derailed No. 6 Train In Harlem Affects Morning Commute

    Derailed No. 6 Train In Harlem Affects Morning Commute
    If you’re heading into the city Wednesday, you might want to check your commute. A No. 6 train derailed around 4:15 a.m. this morning in upper Manhattan and it is still causing delays after the morning rush hour. MTA officials say track work was...
  • For second year in a row, BWI sets passenger record

    For the second year in a row, passenger traffic set records at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport, with 22.39 million ticket holders passing through the gates in 2011. The 2.1 percent increase came as airport officials...
  • Thoughts from Dr. Joe: The heroism of Hirschhorn

    When I was 16, I read Henry David Thoreau's “Walden.” I read about living deliberately and sucking the marrow out of life. Such musings led me to study philosophy. I learned that a deliberate life meant following a heroic life. In the “...
  • Baltimore lawyer making a name as pro boxer

    Baltimore lawyer making a name as pro boxer
    In the center of Mobtown Fight Club, a small gym tucked away in an alley off Baltimore Street, Venroy July pounds a speed bag. Behind him, his trainer Adrian Davis shouts phrases of encouragement. "Yeah! Work it champ!" Eyes fixed on the flittering...
  • Bay Shore, Long Island, Gearing For Irene's Wrath

    Bay Shore, Long Island, Gearing For Irene's Wrath
    Friday was the calm before the storm throughout Long Island. Everyone is aware of Irene, but not many seemed too concerned. As more evacuations were announced and more first responders prepared to roll out, many homes did not have their windows boarded...
  • Police order 'Occupy SD' to remove tents

    Police order 'Occupy SD' to remove tents
    SAN DIEGO -- Tents and other structures at the "Occupy San Diego'' protest at the downtown Community Concourse need to be removed by midnight, a San Diego police assistant Chief said Thursday. Chief Boyd Long said the demonstrators will be allowed to...
  • SDPD arrest 'Occupy SD' protester, remove tents

    SDPD arrest 'Occupy SD' protester, remove tents
    SAN DIEGO - Occupy San Diego protesters have been told by San Diego police they have to remove the last tent in the civic center by 6 a.m., Saturday morning. Friday morning, two men camped near city hall as part of the protests against perceived...