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It's time for Baltimore to shut its speed cameras down. On Friday, the vendor that runs the city's program reported that several cameras have error rates as high as 5 percent, and it doesn't know exactly why. Those cameras are no longer issuing tickets....
Even in small roles, Elizabeth Banks often has a major impact on her movies. Consider her memorable, unbridled scene in “The 40-Year-Old Virgin,” in which she teaches Steve Carell’s character about the, uh, talents of a handheld...
Tags: Elizabeth Banks, Movies, Apple iPhone, Gary Ross, Celebrities
CNNLONDON -- The Australian radio station that made a prank call to a UK hospital that apparently resulted in the death of a nurse says it will donate at least 500,000 Australian dollars (US$524,000) to a fund for the nurse's family. Jacintha Saldanha...
By KELLY HAINES Salisbury It is highly suggested that teens with permits enroll in driver's education classes. It is easy to view driver's education as boring and tiresome, but it teaches young teens the precautions and safety of driving. This...
Even as Chicago prepares to test speed cameras next week, problems in Baltimore's 3-year-old camera program are raising questions about one of the bidders for Mayor Rahm Emanuel's controversial proposal that could target speeders in school and park...
When Thomas Keller tells you to eat raw tuna membrane, you do it. Small matter that the sticky, silver stuff between the fleshy parts of the fish looks like saliva dripping from a knife. After all, Keller is the famed chef behind The French Laundry, a...
Tags: Coffee, Recipes, New York City, Vetri, Chicago Tribune
In a world of ever increasing taxes and fees, hidden costs and programs that collect public dollars but don’t always do public good, it’s uplifting to read about programs that really work for the common good. The Imperial Irrigation...
Half of Hamilton County's 200 polling places opened late for Election Day, creating longer lines and even some frustrated voters. "I don't mind waiting a half an hour, but beyond that it's a little aggravating," said voter George Zourdos. "We didn't...
Tags: Local Elections, Politics, Voting, Elections
The Winchester SunElection officials expected a larger than usual turnout for today’s general election — and that has been the case at polls across the county — but officials say there have been only minor problems at a couple of precincts thus far. Many...
Tags: Local Elections, Politics, Polls, Elections, Voting
Methodist Dallas Medical Center voluntarily suspended its transplant program Thursday after what officials there have described as a human error. Methodist Dallas Medical Center on its website said it was one of the largest and most active transplant...
Two former mayors from Huntington Beach and Fountain Valley have filed complaints with the state against Newport Beach-based Atlas PAC — the committee responsible for sending three mailers that attack former Huntington Beach Mayor and council...
1. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR CLAIM A PRIZE. A PURCHASE WILL NOT INCREASE YOUR ODDS OF WINNING. VOID WHERE PROHIBITED OR OTHERWISE RESTRICTED BY LAW. 2. ELIGIBILITY: The Pump Patrol Contest" ("Sweepstakes") is open only to legal residents of...
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Dec 17, 2012 |Story| Baltimore Sun
Jun 25, 2012 |Column| RedEye
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Nov 20, 2012 |Story| Imperial Valley Press Online
Nov 6, 2012 |Column| WXIN-LTV
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