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  • Two timeless, Depression-era novels from Edward Anderson

    Two timeless, Depression-era novels from Edward Anderson
    Edward Anderson had a strange and sad career. He was born in Texas in 1905 and grew up in Oklahoma, serving his apprenticeship as a journalist on a small paper in Ardmore, Okla. Restless, he worked as a deckhand on a freighter, plied his fists as a...
  • An unlikely witness provides one last hope for soldier in murder case

    An unlikely witness provides one last hope for soldier in murder case
    At the Dillard's counter in Oklahoma City, Vicki Behenna was buying a beachy canvas purse for summer when her oldest son called from Iraq. "Mom." "Hey Mike, how are you doing?" she asked. She was relieved to hear his voice, but quickly sensed the strain...
  • Jackson Continues to Thrill the World

    Jackson Continues to Thrill the World
    Here's a look at the most interesting "Thriller" re-enactments on YouTube! Marching bands playing the eighties hit song is nothing new, but see what happens when the University of Oklahoma band puts down their instruments at 1:05 in this video: The...
  • LACMA mend fences with the Prices

    LACMA mend fences with the Prices
    JOE AND Etsuko Price are back. Twenty-five years ago, they joined with the Los Angeles County Museum of Art to fulfill a dream. The Prices donated $5 million to help construct the Pavilion for Japanese Art and promised a spectacular collection of...
  • Zach Daniel

    Zach Daniel
    Zach Daniel is the Emmy Award winning Chief Meteorologist for WTVR. His weathercasts can be seen weeknights on CBS 6 at 5, 5:30, 6, 7 and 11. Zach grew up in Atlanta, Georgia and has had a keen interest in weather since his early childhood. He's no...
  • Carrie Rose

    Carrie Rose
    CBS 6 WTVR Meteorologist Carrie Rose can be seen weekdays on "CBS 6 This Morning," "Virginia This Morning," and "CBS 6 News at Noon." She is a Certified Broadcast Meteorologist in the American Meteorological Society. Carrie welcomes viewers to contact her...
  • Kevin Gregg's surgically repaired knee 'feels good'

    The only reminders that Baltimore's Kelly Gregg missed all of last season after microfracture surgery were the scars on the nose tackle's left knee. Gregg has been physically dominating offensive linemen at training camp, an indication that the surgery...
  • Shadowy path may lead to treasure

    Shadowy path may lead to treasure
    Deep in the woods near Brushy Creek stands an old beech tree, its smooth bark etched with dozens of carvings, including biblical references, a heart and a legless horse. Bob Brewer was 10 when his great-uncle, W.D. "Grandpa" Ashcraft, pointed it out on a...
  • Sparks select Georgia forward Angel Robinson with second-round pick

     
    Possibly looking to help fill the void left by the retirement of future Hall of Fame center Lisa Leslie, the Los Angeles Sparks drafted Angel Robinson, a 6-foot-5 forward from the University of Georgia, with their second-round pick (20th overall)......
  • Adonal Foyle voted into CoSIDA Academic All-America Hall of Fame

     
    The Orlando Magic's elder statesman, Adonal Foyle, will be inducted into the CoSIDA Academic All-America Hall of Fame. Foyle, the Magic's third-string center, graduated from Colgate University in 1999, where he was a two-time Academic All-American in 1996...
  • Oklahoma, Texas A&M reportedly invited to join SEC – further proof that SEC has no interest in Florida State?

     
    Oklahoma, Texas A&M reportedly invited to join SEC – further proof that SEC has no interest in Florida State?...
  • The story behind Pepperdine

     
    The Malibu Miracle: A Memoir offers the dramatic inside story of of how a small, struggling college in Los Angeles became one of the most respected Christian universities in America. President emeritus William S. Banowsky writes the inside story of...