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Sun National StaffNEW ORLEANS -- Rescue teams searched swamped street after street, house to house yesterday for those still living in this devastated city, as the U.S. health and human services secretary estimated that Hurricane Katrina and the flood that followed...
sun reporterHurricane Rita's late shift to the east spared all but a few Texas oil refineries from significant damage, likely sparing consumers a repeat of the gasoline price shocks that occurred after Hurricane Katrina pummeled plants in Louisiana a month ago,...
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Sun television criticAfter getting swamped last year by HBO, network television staged a comeback last night at the 57th Annual Emmy Prime Time Awards. The first award of the evening went to Brad Garrett, of CBS' Everybody Loves Raymond, and the last went to the show itself...
Sun reporterA bed in Connecticut was too comfortable, so Omea Peter will tour Baltimore. Brian Jackson is here, despite little rest since Hurricane Katrina forced him out of his Louisiana home. They cover the gamut of professionals and reformed joggers who are...
If there's a broad failure to the vast majority of popular music in 2013, it's that very often nothing of consequence is being said. This is not an issue for jazz artist Christian Scott. Which isn't to say that Scott has delved into vocals or the spoken...
HARRISONBURG, Va. — When most James Madison University students were packing up for the year and heading home, Avery Starliper of Hagerstown, a interdisciplinary liberal studies major, shifted gears from focusing on studying to focusing on others....
South Bend TribuneJoe Krown knows Booker. James Booker. The Piano Prince of New Orleans. One of the most brilliant and gifted musicians who ever graced a stage — and one of the most self- destructive. “Never met the man,” Krown says. But Krown knows...
The Philadelphia Inquirer"Hope Against Hope: Three Schools, One City, and the Struggle to Educate America's Children" by Sarah Carr; Bloomsbury (336 pages, $27) In "Hope Against Hope," veteran education reporter Sarah Carr takes a penetrating look at what happened to schools...
WASHINGTON — The Army suspended the commander of its main basic training camp Tuesday for alleged adultery, the latest in a string of military officers accused of sexual misconduct. Brig. Gen. Bryan T. Roberts, a 29-year Army veteran, was...
St. Louis Post-DispatchST. LOUIS Brad Erwin was in junior high that day in August 1990, when a tornado destroyed much of his hometown of Plainfield. Ill., including two schools. Twenty-nine people died during the storm. Erwin believes the death toll could have been much higher...
The Wichita EagleWICHITA, Kan. Kansas agencies and volunteers were preparing for what they anticipate will be a request for help from Oklahoma after a tornado swept through Moore, Okla., on Monday afternoon. As of 5 p.m. local time Monday, one volunteer with the Midway-...
Heidi O'Mara has seen it all. From the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina in Alabama to the wreckage left from Superstorm Sandy in New Jersey, the 64-year-old Plantation resident has made it her mission to help everyone she possibly can. O'Mara volunteers...
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