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  • Police: LI Man Shoots Grandson During Argument

    Police: LI Man Shoots Grandson During Argument
    A Suffolk County man is under arrest after shooting his 20-year-old grandson early Thursday morning, according to Suffolk County Police. Police arrested Joseph Grucci, 70, at his 64 Wards Lane house in Bellport after receiving a 911 call reporting...
  • What looks like playing might be drowning

    What looks like playing might be drowning
    When we think of drowning, those of us who grew up in the age of "Gidget," "Baywatch" or even "Twilight" may conjure up images of hunky lifeguards diving to the rescue of screaming and flailing victims. Such depictions are often dangerously far from the...
  • Audubon Insectarium Starts New Ant Colony

    Audubon Insectarium Starts New Ant Colony
    As dozens of ants crawled up Jayme Necaise's arms, the entomologist braced for a bite. But the threat of a handful of escapees wasn't enough to distract his focus from the task at hand: transferring tens of thousands of Texas leafcutter ants into new...
  • Beach towel snaps into workout regimen

    Beach towel snaps into workout regimen
    Summer might be almost over, but some of us aren't quite ready to give up the swimsuits and sand. So grab a towel, head to the beach and … exercise. Yes, goofy as it sounds, that beach towel comes in handy for a quick workout circuit that taxes...
  • Fighting rare nerve disorder

    Fighting rare nerve disorder
    In school, she was known as "the Band-Aid kid" because she was clumsy and would fall a lot. She looked normal and was never overweight, but she found it increasingly difficult to run. Nancy Mollner was first diagnosed with Charcot-Marie-Tooth disorder,...
  • Pencil this in: Removing tattoo ink is costly, painful ordeal

    "You know that's permanent, right?" "Have you thought about how that'll look when you get old?" These are two comments people who want tattoos hear from those who think tattoos are pointless. I specialized in ignoring the anti-tattoo folks, but after...
  • Strokes On the Rise Among Younger Americans

    Strokes On the Rise Among Younger Americans
    First, the good news: strokes are on the decline among older Americans. But the bad news is that they are actually on the rise among the young and middle-aged. FOX 4 Medical Reporter Meryl Lin McKean is Working for You with the story of a teen who had...
  • Woman is on road to full recovery after devastating plane crash in Springfield

    Woman is on road to full recovery after devastating plane crash in Springfield
    SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A woman has bounced back after a devastating plane crash last October.  Thelma Vanhooser was pulled from the plane unconscious and rushed to the hospital. While she's still not at 100 percent, she's beat the odds to get where she is...
  • "American Taliban" by Pearl Abraham

    "American Taliban" by Pearl Abraham
    "American Taliban" By Pearl Abraham Random House, 255 pages, $25 Even now, a popular edition of “The Arabian Nights” in English is the translation by nineteenth-century British explorer Sir Richard Burton, who is also credited with being the...
  • Corona del Mar Today: New pet shop opens in CdM

    Puppies playing in a furry pile under contemporary baubled chandeliers, oversized pillows in trendy grays and blues, scented products for not-so-pleasant pet situations, faux punk rock outfits for the canine members of your family — the newest...
  • Angelenos stifled, 6-3

    Angelenos stifled, 6-3
    NORTHEAST GLENDALE — The California Collegiate League All-Star break, which begins Monday, comes none too soon for the Glendale Angelenos, who are beginning to feel the grind after a month of near-daily games. Coming off Tuesday's doubleheader in...
  • 'Beatdown time' for squad

    GLENDALE — The California Collegiate League All-Star break, which begins Monday, comes none too soon for the Glendale Angelenos, who are beginning to feel the grind after a month of near-daily games. Coming off Tuesday's doubleheader in San Luis...