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  • 2,609 Pounds of Ready-to-Eat Turkey Products Recalled

    2,609 Pounds of Ready-to-Eat Turkey Products Recalled
    NEW BRAUNFELS, Texas -- About 2,609 pounds of fully cooked, ready-to-eat smoked turkey breast products sold by New Braunfels Smokehouse of New Braunfels, Texas, because they may be contaminated with the bacterium Listeria monocytogenes. The organism...
  • Shannon 'Sha' Daniels: She loved family, Gators and purple

    Thursday was Meatloaf Day at Sam Snead's restaurant, and Shannon Daniels, who loved meatloaf, made plans to meet her friends for lunch. She never made it. They found her inside her car, which was running, in the back parking lot of the Winter Park law...
  • This is what Christmas is all about

    This is what Christmas is all about
    In today's Friday Files, we're looking at everything from big public paychecks to allegations of Soviet conspiracies. But first, I want to spotlight a worthy holiday act — one that will treat some deserving kids like royalty on Christmas Day. It...
  • To fix Gulf's woes, think years and billions of dollars

    To fix Gulf's woes, think years and billions of dollars
    John Hankinson Jr., a veteran of many of Florida's biggest environmental battles, is now the federal government's point man for one of the nation's most pressing challenges: cleaning up the Gulf of Mexico in the aftermath of the largest offshore oil spill...
  • South Dakota offers a fascinating twist to fall colors

    South Dakota offers a fascinating twist to fall colors
    HILL CITY, S.D. — Calendars and catalogs tell us that fall color is best served as an array. It is red, orange, yellow and every burnt shade between. Fall colors are so broad and brilliant that the English language can't keep up to name them all....
  • Ask Tom why: What is the status of the drought in the southern United States?

    Dear Tom, What is the status of the drought in the southern United States? —Jason Tilly Dear Jason, The drought continues and is intensifying in much of the affected area in the South. The U.S. Drought Monitor classifies moisture deficit...
  • Travel details for Waco, Texas

    THE BEST WAY TO WACO, TEXAS From LAX, American and Continental offer connecting service (change of plane) to Waco. Restricted round-trip fares begin at $424. The Dr Pepper Museum & Free Enterprise Institute, 300 S. 5th St., Waco; (254) 757-1025, http://...
  • Soda and stories at the Dr Pepper Museum

    Soda and stories at the Dr Pepper Museum
    Mike Moss is one of the few soda jerks who knows what a customer means when he hollers, "Shoot me a Waco!" Sure, it's a small city along Interstate 35, about halfway between Dallas and Austin, but for folks in the know, it's where the soda pop that Texans...
  • Walter Cronkite: 'Eyewitness to a Century' exhibit

    Walter Cronkite: 'Eyewitness to a Century' exhibit
    "Hello, I'm Walter Cronkite." The stentorian voice booms from an oversize replica of an early console television. To viewers older than 40, the image on the screen is familiar, though more distant with the passing of years. Younger observers appear...
  • Friday, Dec. 31, 6:51 p.m.: I Love A Parade

    We spent the late morning & early afternoon taking in the Fiesta bowl parade. Had a great time, well done parade with high school bands from Alabama, PA, Texas, Kansas & California, just to name a few. My favorite part was the UCMB (surprise), but the...
  • Report: Teen basketball impostor tells GQ 'I know who I am'

    Report: Teen basketball impostor tells GQ 'I know who I am'
    Guerdwich Montimere, a former Dillard basketball player who is facing felony charges for portraying himself as 16-year-old Jerry Joseph in Texas, gave his first interview in 13 months to GQ magazine. In the July 2011 issue, Michael J. Mooney writes:...