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Whenever I start up a conversation with someone from around the harbor, the first question I am normally asked is, "How is the boat market?" Early in 2011, it's looking like we are coming off the starting line in good shape. While attending the...
Tags: Boats, Sailing, Physical Conditions, Human Interest, Health
The injured children came into the Children's Hospital at the Oklahoma University Medical Center in Oklahoma City fast. So fast that the hospital set up a triage center in its own facility. "Every once in a while, a trauma trickles into the emergency...
Six people were rescued off Marina del Rey Tuesday evening after their outrigger canoe capsized in rough seas. All were treated and later released after they were pulled from the water about 7:45 p.m., according to authorities. The vessel overturned...
The body of a man found in a pool in Randallstown has been identified as that of a disabled man who'd previously gone missing from a group home, Baltimore County Police said Thursday. James White, 64, had gone missing from the home in Owings Mills on...
TUCSON -- The Sonora desert claims the lives of hundreds of people crossing the U.S.-Mexico border each year. Many of the dead -- about one out of three -- go unidentified. Now, there may be an easier way to put a name to some of these suspected border-...
Tags: Mexico, Tamerlan Tsarnaev
Three hikers missing in the Big Bear area for more than three days were found Tuesday by a San Bernardino County sheriff's helicopter, officials said. Ryan Shankles and Miguel De La Torre of Oceanside and David Yoder of Carlsbad were found at 10:15 a.m....
Tags: Metal and Mineral, Mining, North Fork, Auction Service
Tribune reporterA kayaker who had fallen off his craft was rescued from the frigid waters of Lake Michigan this afternoon by Chicago Police Department Marine Unit divers on the Near South Side. A fisherman spotted the man clinging to his kayak about 3:20 p.m. near...
ADVANCE, Ark. -- Searchers found an 18-year-old man who was missing in the Ozark National Forest in southern Baxter County. A crew from the U.S. Forestry Service found Jay Greer Jr. of Little Rock about 7 p.m. Friday. He was in a heavily wooded and...
The first domesticated lamb turned over coals in Mesopotamia, literally the land "between rivers," some 10,000 years or so ago. But the lamb I'll be roasting in my backyard on this Orthodox Easter Sunday — also on a spit, over coals — is one...
Tags: Judaism, Easter, Christianity, Christian Orthodoxy, Coal
Here is our weekly salute to the people, places and organizations that make Northern Michigan a special place to live. My hero A reading tutor at Lincoln Elementary School saved a child's life recently thanks to crisis training provided by the Americorps...
This post has been corrected, as indicated below.Look beyond the western painted turtle's colorful stripes and you’ll find an animal that seems to have nearly magical powers. A baby western painted turtle can freeze solid, and as long as nothing cracks it in half or tampers with it too much, the...
The Obama administration approved $1.83 billion to help New Jersey recover from the effects of Superstorm Sandy, which six months ago to the day pounded through the state and metropolitan New York City areas, bring flooding, destruction and death....
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