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  • Churned in space? Ohio State Fair’s tribute to the shuttle

     
    Ohio apparently is commemorating NASA's now-retired space shuttle program as only Ohio can: with a butter sculpture at the Ohio State Fair, which opens August 7 in Columbus. The Columbus Dispatch reports the rest of the story, in this article  written...
  • Casey Anthony: The strange story of the lookalike

     
    WKMG-Channel 6's Mike DeForest talked to a Columbus woman who lives in the neighborhood where Casey was photographed walking. Judith Boyland announced that she would say hello to Anthony if they ran into each other. What if Anthony is her neighbor? "I'd...
  • Watch your kids at windows

     
    Fourteen times a day, 5,200 times a year, a kid in this country falls out of a window and requires treatment in an emergency department. Those are the findings of a just-released study done by researchers at the Center for Injury Research and Policy of...
  • Casey Anthony: She has had ‘limited contact’ with parents, Jose Baez says

     
    We brought her back in event that the appellate court rules some time this week," Baez said. "And we're going to follow the law. Whatever the courts decide we're going to go along and follow the law, and I'm certain she is going to do what's asked of her,...
  • New national debt data: It's growing about $3 million a minute, even during his vacation

     
    Democrat Obama has increased the national debt faster than any president in history....
  • DePaul’s new, young minister seeks love

     
    It's not what you think — William Hall, 27, is the founder of non-profit organization CommuniGize that helps inner-city youth....
  • Lessons in lying

     
    Fortunately for Kelley Williams-Bolar, reason prevailed this week in Columbus, Ohio. She’s the Akron mother who became a national cause célèbre for school-choice proponents after she substituted her father’s address to enroll her daughters...
  • Pres. Obama’s job proposal includes billions for rehabbing schools (Fl, Orange and Volusia would get money)

     
    The jobs bill President Barack Obama proposed last week includes a “$25 billion investment” in public schools that would overhaul and modernize some 35,000 public schools, the White House said today. States and “100 largest high-need...
  • 'Nano House: Innovations for Small Dwellings'

     
    In "Nano House: Innovations for Small Dwellings" by Phyllis Richardson, to be published Oct. 17 by Thames and Hudson, more than 40 living spaces, each less than 800 square feet, from around the world are featured. The focus is efficient use of a tiny...
  • Beverly Hills Socialite Sentenced for Smuggling Pot on Private Jet

    Beverly Hills Socialite Sentenced for Smuggling Pot on Private Jet
    COLUMBUS, OHIO (KTLA) -- A Beverly Hills socialite and actress has been sentenced for her role in transporting 14 separate shipments of marijuana from L.A. to Ohio by private jet. Lisette Lee, 29, was sentenced to 6 years in prison in a scheme that...
  • President Obama's Day In Seattle

    President Obama's Day In Seattle
    A campaigning President Barack Obama said Tuesday it will take a few years to dig the nation out of the recession, warning impatient voters that any candidate promising faster results "is just looking for your vote." Darting into Seattle to stir up...