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  • Calvert Hall College High School

    Calvert Hall College High School
    Calvert Hall College High School, in Towson, held its 2012 commencement ceremony on June 2 at the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen, in Baltimore. The following are members of the Class or 2012: Daniel Asrar Abbasi, Jordan Alexander Abraham, Charles Thomas...
  • Los Angeles riots: Community reflects during Day of Dialogue discussion

     
    How Los Angeles exploded into rioting-–and how to keep it from happening again-–were the questions being asked at a community gathering Friday morning at the First AME Church....
  • British teens ran 'stock-picking robot' scam, made at least $1.2 million, SEC says

    British teens ran 'stock-picking robot' scam, made at least $1.2 million, SEC says
    It sounded far-fetched — a "stock-picking robot" that could identify penny stocks poised to double in price. Turns out, it was. Federal regulators filed a civil complaint Friday against 20-year-old twin brothers in Britain, claiming that they...
  • Orlando Fringe 20: The 5th Fringe Festival, 1996

     
    Continuing our look at Orlando Fringe Festivals of yesteryear… In 1996, Rollins College students had the chance to study the Orlando Fringe Festival. (Well, there usually are some unexplained phenomena taking place.) Two Rollins professors offered a...
  • From the flight deck: diabetics, watch your insulin

    From the flight deck: diabetics, watch your insulin
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Changes in cabin pressure during flights may cause insulin pumps to deliver too much or too little of the medication -- possibly putting sensitive diabetics at risk, researchers report. They recommend disconnecting the pump...
  • 3 High-Ranking Nassau Cops Indicted On Criminal Charges

    3 High-Ranking Nassau Cops Indicted On Criminal Charges
    Three high-ranking Nassau County police officials were charged Thursday with several counts of misconduct and conspiracy, stemming from a case involving the son of a benefactor of the local police department. All three are accused of using their...
  • The Dad Nassau P.D. Top Brass May Have Broken The Law For

    The Dad Nassau P.D. Top Brass May Have Broken The Law For
    In the wake of three Nassau County Police commanders being arrested on accusations of trying to fix an investigation for a well-off donor to police causes, PIX11 News has learned extensive details about the donor, and about his son, who top brass are...
  • Former employee files lawsuit against pastor of First African Methodist Episcopal Church, alleging sexual impropriety

     
    A former employee of First African Methodist Episcopal Church of Los Angeles has accused the pastor, John Hunter, in a civil lawsuit with forcing her into sexual service for four years and firing her when she finally refused to comply.......
  • Obstruction at Suozzi speech: Who's kidding whom?

     
    Celeste Hadrick shares what sounds to us like a Soviet-style experience in attempting to cover yesterday's budget-disaster presentation by Nassau Executive Thomas Suozzi: The assistant Nassau fire marshal who stood at the door to the legislative...
  • Steve and Johnnie Schedule - July 13th

    OK, we're baaaack! And after a 1000 mile drive back from a great vacation in Panama City Beach we've got a lot planned for this week. As always, don't forget that, in addition to this blog, you can find us on  Twitter, on Facebook and our Yahoo group. ...
  • Cell Phones Point Illegal Border Crossers to Water

    Cell Phones Point Illegal Border Crossers to Water
    SAN DIEGO -- A group of California artists wants Mexicans and Central Americans to have more than just a few cans of tuna and a jug of water for their illegal trek through the harsh desert into the U.S. Faculty at University of California, San Diego...
  • Phone app developed at UCSD helps border crossers find water

    Phone app developed at UCSD helps border crossers find water
    Faculty at University of California, San Diego are developing a GPS-enabled cell phone that tells dehydrated migrants where to find water on their dangerous trek across the Southern California desert. The Transborder Immigrant Tool introduces a high-tech...