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  • Concerns over US winter wheat may boost low crop prices

    Market concerns about the quantity and quality of the U.S. winter wheat crop being harvested and the dry conditions in other wheat-producing nations have sparked an unexpected run up in recent weeks to wheat prices. Normally, the flood of new grain...
  • OC Q & A: A new ride for Surfrider Foundation leader

    OC Q & A: A new ride for Surfrider Foundation leader
    Chad Nelsen has big sandals to fill. Since September, he has been steering the Surfrider Foundation as its chief executive officer. The San Clemente-based nonprofit is dedicated to the protection and enjoyment of oceans, waves and beaches. It's a...
  • EPA rules would hurt lower-income: My Word

     EPA rules would hurt lower-income: My Word
    I'm the president of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, co-founded by the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. Many people forget that King advocated for poor families, regardless of their race or religion, and I believe that he would find it troubling...
  • Weather: Rain should hold off for Fourth of July fireworks in downtown Orlando

    Weather: Rain should hold off for Fourth of July fireworks in downtown Orlando
    Those heading to the downtown Orlando Fourth of July fireworks display should be in luck. The National Weather Service says the line of storms that hit Lake County are weakening and it should be dry for the 9:10 p.m. fireworks show at Lake Eola. Heavy...
  • The nation's weather

    Weather Underground midday recap for Saturday, July 04, 2015 A stationary front stretched from the Mid-Atlantic to the southern Plains on Saturday, while a cold front dipped southward over the northern Plains. A stationary front extended westward over...
  • Smoke from Canadian fires blows as far south as Tennessee

    After almost of a week, smoke from Canadian wildfires continued to blanket parts of North Dakota on Saturday and some residents said they're growing tired of the hazy skies. Smoke from wildfires in northern Saskatchewan has been blowing as far south as...
  • Ball State investment policy bends to fossil fuel concerns

    A Ball State University professor who's been critical of the school's investments in fossil fuels that contribute to global warming is praising the university's recent shift in its investment policies as a significant "moral stance." The Ball State...
  • Women's World Cup: Japan keenly remembers 2012 Olympic loss to U.S.

    Women's World Cup: Japan keenly remembers 2012 Olympic loss to U.S.
    VANCOUVER, Canada — While the U.S. is using its loss to Japan in the last Women's World Cup final as motivation heading into Sunday's rematch, the Japanese are rallying around an even fresher result. Three years ago the U.S. beat Japan, 2-1, in...
  • Voters are shifting to Democrats, flashing a warning for Republicans

    Voters are shifting to Democrats, flashing a warning for Republicans
    The Gallup organization reported its latest findings on party identification late last week, and the report contained good news for the Democrats and a flashing yellow for Republicans. The Democrats "have regained an advantage" over the GOP in party...
  • Warm Sunday to complete fine holiday weekend

    A second straight day with highs in the 80s, plenty of hazy sunshine and comfortable humidity levels will combine to complete Chicago's delightful holiday weekend. The hazy skies are the product of atmospheric smoke blowing into the Midwest from Alaskan...
  • Official: Yorktown Fourth of July fireworks canceled

    A forecast calling for severe weather is to blame for the cancellation of Yorktown's Fourth of July fireworks on Saturday, according to a York County official. York County's Public Information Coordinator Gail Whittaker said via email that the event...